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.

Bally's Atlantic City.
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Bally’s Atlantic City
Park Place and The Boardwalk
1900 Pacific Avenue
609-340-2000

Opened in 1979, Bally’s offers various room styles in four hotel towers and    western-themed gaming areas.

CASINO: Choose your own adventure at themed casinos and slot parlors like the Wild Wild West Casino, Claridge Casino and Coyote Kate’s Slot Parlor, spanning more than 225,000 square feet of gaming action with classic games and a popular Poker Room with weekly tournament schedules.

DINING: Top choices are the authentic Asian cuisine at Noodle Village; and unique creations of beef, veal, pork, lamb, poultry and fresh seafood at Harry’s Oyster Bar and Grill. You’ll also find popular chain outlets: Buca di Beppo, Johnny Rockets and Guy Fieri’s Chophouse

ENTERTAINMENT: Heavyweight-boxing matches frequent Bally’s, as well as concerts and comedy shows at Bally’s Main Ballroom.

NIGHTLIFE: Enjoy tropical drinks at the L-Bar in the lobby and chic cocktails at Blue Martini. There are two big bars on the 6th level – the one at Guy Fieri’s Chophouse and the more exclusive Diamond Club.

SPA: The Spa at Bally’s has a full line of massage and skin and body treatments like the Salt Water Taffy Scrub or the Ocean Water Body Mask. At Bellezza, a full-service salon, spruce up your look with hair, makeup and nail and skin treatments.

SHOPPING: Check out the unique gifts and collectibles at Studio, an upscale boutique featuring designer fashions from Cole Haan, Tommy Bahama and Dolce & Gabbana. There’s also Park Place Jewelers, souvenirs at Picks ‘n’ Wicks in the hotel lobby and various items at the Gift Shop and Spa Pro Shop.

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