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Bally’s Atlantic City

Opened in 1979, when gambling was legalized in Atlantic City, Bally's offers various styles in four hotel towers, American western-themed gaming areas, award-winning restaurants, a relaxing spa, and designer shopping destinations.

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Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa

Opened in 2003, the 40-story Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa has become Atlantic City’s highest-grossing casino.

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Caesars Atlantic City

Located in the heart of Atlantic City, Caesars was opened in 1979 as the second casino in town, and is known for its ancient Roman theme, four-story waterfront shopping mall, a spa complete with Roman baths, and the highest limits in town for gaming.

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Harrah's Resort Atlantic City

Set in the marina, Harrah’s is the tallest hotel tower in town. Inside you will find 113,000 square feet of casino fun, nightlife attractions at the Pool, and an award-winning spa.

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Resorts Atlantic City

Opened in 1978 as the first legal casino in the eastern United States, Resorts’ 27-story Rendezvous Tower of Resorts stands out in the Atlantic City skyline and features the largest standard guest rooms in town.

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Tropicana Casino and Resort

Opened in the fall of 1981, the Old Havana-themed Tropicana features 2,125 rooms, an indoor and outdoor pool, the new Quarter shopping mall, and the Bluemercury Apothecary spa.

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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.

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