At this resort, guests have the option of splitting their stay between the casino and the waterfront
Hotel at a Glance: Ocean Casino Resort
Ocean Casino Resort is a stay with options. Guests can opt to spend their day trying their luck in the 138,000 sq. ft. casino, or experience the World Class Sports Book. The property offers multiple dining options, the Exhale Spa, a fitness center, five pools, Topgolf Swing suites, and three night clubs. There is something for everyone.
- Pamper Day: Exhale Spa is available for you to relax and enjoy, offering a wide variety of spa services in one of its 32 treatment rooms.
- Entertainment: There are continuous live shows at the Ocean Casino Resort. Whether you’re looking for laughs or music, dancing or burlesque shows, there’s plenty of live entertainment to immerse yourself into.
- Fine Dining and Cafes: There are 20 dining options where you can used your $20 dining credit, from upscale dining to pizza and BBQ. Whether it’s on-the-go or a sit down meal, the Ocean Casino Resort aims to accommodate all dining experiences.
- The Rooms: Every guest room has floor to ceiling windows with views of the ocean. The spa like designed bathroom and the well appointed features add to the comfort of the guest rooms.
Atlantic City, New Jersey: Casinos and Carnival Rides Lining Historical Beachside Boardwalk
No trip to Atlantic City is complete without a stroll along its signature boardwalk, which stretches for 6 miles along New Jersey’s eastern coast. Originally built in 1870 to keep sand out of hotel lobbies, the boardwalk grew in popularity as a place where you could drink and gamble during Prohibition without much trouble from the police, as depicted in HBO’s Boardwalk Empire. The boardwalk is still popular for its casinos, but it’s family-friendly, too; visitors are just as inclined to sit at the beach or stop at one of the many carnival rides.
On the boardwalk, it’s worth it to check out the Absecon Lighthouse, which is more than 150 years old. It’s possible to climb its 228 steps to the top, which features sweeping views of the city skyline and the sea.