Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa
1 Borgata Way
Meaning “little village” in Italian, the Borgata is located at Renaissance Pointe, and offers 2,002 luxury rooms and suites, fine dining destinations, and the largest poker room in town. Opened in 2003, the 40-story Borgata is Atlatic City’s highest-grossing casino.
CASINO: A 161,000-square-foot casino including more than 4,000 slot machines and 200 table games like blackjack, roulette, and Baccarat, along with daily poker tournaments at the 50-table poker room.
DINING: Borgata boasts more than a dozen restaurants including fine dining at the Old Homestead Steakhouse, known for its 36-ounce Gotham rib steak; the swanky Japanese pub Izakaya; the ultra-modern Bobby Flay Steak; Wolfgang Puck American Grille, where you can try the gulf shrimp and sweet corn risotto with asparagus, parmesan, and crisp parsley; and its newest dining destination, Fornelletto, which dishes out authentic Italian meals. Also serving at the Borgata are the Metropolitan Café, Bread + Butter, and Noodles of the World (N.O.W.).
ENTERTAINMENT: With 3,200 seats, the Event Center regularly presents top-name entertainers. The 1,000-seat Music Box theater is for more intimate events and comedy shows. Comedian Lewis Black is among the frequent attractions.
NIGHTLIFE: There’s plenty at Gypsy Bar, B Bar, MIXX and the 600-capacityPremier, which features live bands and pulsating dance beats.
SPA: Borgata’s Spa Toccare is a 54,000-square-foot European-style retreat with an extensive line of treatments, such as the table Thai massage and the jade stone facial. There’s also a salon, fitness center, barbershop, indoor pool and outdoor gardens.
SHOPPING: The 11 specialty boutiques located in Via Borgata offer fashions, gifts, toys and home essentials, including towels and linens from the Borgata Bed. You’ll find high fashion at Whim; men’s apparel at Hugo Boss and Misura; fine jewelry at Antica Murrina; and fine wine at Vintage.Click here to leave a comment