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A Stylish AC Boardwalk Affair
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• A One-Night Stay for Two Guests in an Avenue Annex King Room or for Four Guests in an Annex Oasis Queen Room, Sundays through Thursdays ($69), Fridays ($89), or Saturdays ($189)
• Or, a One-Night Stay for Two People in a Luxe Water King Room or for Up to Four People in a Bay View Two Queen Room, Sundays through Thursdays ($89), Fridays ($119), or Saturdays ($229)
• Two Solarium Passes
• Late 1 p.m. Checkout
• Combine Vouchers to Stay Up to Three Nights
When it comes to all-American resort towns, it doesn't get much better than Atlantic City. Home to the country's first boardwalk and the world's first seaside amusement pier, AC draws millions of visitors each year to its deep beaches, endless entertainment, and saltwater taffy. For those chasing more action than carnival games, the city is considered the gambling capital of the East Coast, with its neon-lit casinos dotting the skyline.
The first non-gaming hotel to hit the Boardwalk in more than four decades, The Chelsea—a boutique 20-story hotel featuring two restaurants and a few bars—sparkles with signature style, namely the old-school glamour of America's original resort town. The Luxe tower houses posh rooms appointed with one king or two queen beds, sleek and modern décor, and partial views of the Bay. Rooms in The Annex, meanwhile, offer one king or two queen beds as well as retro-cool balconies and bathrooms.
Sit down to a delicious breakfast or lunch at Teplitzky's, the hotel's classic diner, and grab a cup of coffee or an early-morning plate of stuffed challah French toast. Later, head next door to the casino at the Tropicana before indulging in a sumptuous at dinner at Dining on the Fifth. And before your stay is over, be sure to head for the 10,000-square-foot Sea Spa to soak in the Jacuzzis, unwind in the steam room, or bask in the sauna.
PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON December 3, 2021
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON December 30, 2013