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Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort

Opened in 1990, the Trump Taj Mahal features 1,250 deluxe guest rooms and suites, five-star restaurants, New York City-style nightlife, retail shops on Spice Road, and the Steel Pier amusement park.

Posted December 4, 2012

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Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort
Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort.
Courtesy of trumptaj.com.

Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort
1000 Boardwalk at Virginia Avenue, Atlantic City, 08401
609-449-5150; trumptaj.com


CASINO: The gaming area features 210 table games, as well as a Baccarat Pit, simulcast broadcasts of thoroughbred and standard-bred horse racing, and a smoke-free poker room (home to the United States Poker Championship).

DINING: Il Mulino New York serves old-fashioned Italian classics, Robert's Steakhouse has specialties including cold water lobster tails, and the 210-seat Dynasty is known for modern Asian cuisine and upscale cocktails. Find casual fare at the Hard Rock Café, Sultan’s Feast, Spice Road, Burger, and Plate.

ENTERTAINMENT: The Mark G. Etess Arena hosts premier sporting events, while the Xanadu Showroom has featured popular musical entertainment including Earth, Wind and Fire and Smokey Robinson. Once an icon at the shore at the turn of the nineteenth century, the Steel Pier was rebuilt by Trump Taj Mahal after a fire in 1982, and now features more than 20 rides and attractions along the Boardwalk for the whole family to enjoy.

NIGHTLIFE:
Four lounges including EGO, Casbar, Lobby Bar, and the Rainforest Lounge, as well as Casbah, a dance club open on Friday and Saturday nights.

SPA: The Spa at the Taj features Swedish or aromatherapy massage, hot stone therapy, reflexology treatment, couple’s massage, and tanning facilities. You can also find a fitness center and a salon.


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