This section presents profiles of the Atlantic City Casinos, and links to separate pages devoted to each casino with more information and photos.
Scroll down to see all the casinos - click the links!
Bally's is located on the boardwalk between Park Place and Michigan Ave. Bally's incorporates a theme of "The American Old West"
The property includes the Dennis Hotel, which has always been among Atlantic City's best known, and famous hotels.
Link to: All About Bally's
The Borgata is Atlantic City's new upscale casino resort, and features a Tuscany theme. It is located at One Borgata Way in the Marina District.
It now has a new 800 room tower called the Water Club, that has 5 pools and a Spa on the roof.
Link to: All About The Borgata
Caesars is located at 2100 Pacific Avenue at the Boardwalk.
This location provides easy access to Atlantic City's famous boardwalk, and outstanding views of the beach and Atlantic Ocean.
It connects to the Playground across the boardwalk.
Link to: All About Caesars
The Trump Marina was recently bought by Landry's Restaurants.
They have turned it into The Golden Nugget of Atlantic City.
To see more about the new Golden Nugget, follow this Link: Golden Nugget
The resort is located at 777 Harrah's Boulevard in the Marina District. It occupies a beautiful waterfront location, overlooking Absecon Inlet.
It now has a new 44-story Waterfront Tower.
Link to: All About Harrah's
Resorts was Atlantic City's first casino, opening in 1978. It is still one of the finest.
This casino, which has outstanding views of the beach and ocean, is located at 1133 Boardwalk.
Link to: All About Resorts
The Tropicana Casino and Resort is located at Brighton Avenue and the Boardwalk. The Tropicana features an Old Havana theme.
The Quarter is an enclosed shopping mall which is located within the Tropicana Resort. The Quarter also includes numerous restaurants.
Link to:All About the Tropicana
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Use this Map to locate the Atlantic City Casinos.
They are clearly labeled in red.
As of September 2014 the following Atlantic City Casinos have closed: The Atlantic Club, The Showboat, The Revel and the Trump Plaza.
As of October 10, 2016 the Taj Mahal Casino has closed. However it will become a Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.
The Showboat reopened, as a hotel only, on July, 8 2016. It has 872 rooms, including 83 ocean front suites, but offers no casino games.
The Revel casino resort plans to reopen in early 2017 under the name "Ten."