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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Caesars Atlantic City
2100 Pacific Avenue
609-348-4411

When Caesars opened in 1979, it was the second casino in town. Its ancient Roman theme remains unique, and the adjacent Playground expands the fun to the beach side of the Boardwalk.

CASINO: More than 145,000 square feet of gaming space, with over 135 table games, high-limit slots and Gladiator Games poker tournaments.

DINING: Morton’s Steakhouse features generous steak and seafood specialties. A sky bridge connects the hotel to the Playground, an enclosed pier extending far over the sand (formerly the Pier Shops). Playground restaurants include Buddakan, for Asian fusion; the Continental, for a retro global tapas menu; and Phillips Seafood, known for its jumbo lump crab cakes.

ENTERTAINMENT: Big names are always stopping in at the stadium-style Circus Maximus Theater, which seats more than 1,100.

NIGHTLIFE: Dusk Nightclub is one of the hottest spots on Boardwalk. Other nightlife options include Retro’s, with throwback music; and Toga, the Roman-themed bar serving signature drinks like Aphrodite’s Kiss, Godiva’s Delight and Eve’s Temptation.

SPA: Channel your inner goddess at Qua Baths and Spa’s Roman baths, 15 treatment rooms, including a luxurious couple’s studio and an outdoor rooftop pool.

SHOPPING: The best in AC, thanks to the Playground, a multi-level shopping experience with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. You can shop at dozens of luxury brand stores, including Gucci, Apple, Tiffany and Michael Kors.

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