Revel Resort and Casino

Atlantic City boosts its luxury image with its latest addition, Revel. This monumental super-casino offers state-of-the-art entertainment, dining and gaming.

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Revel Resort and Casino

500 Boardwalk, Atlantic City



Casino: With a gaming floor that’s both massive and intimate (clocking in at 130,000-square-feet) Revel updates casino staples to provide a unique gaming experience. A network of 100 tables, includes brand new games and old favorites.  Revel’s slot machines surround you with immersive, interactive video.


Dining: Jose Garces, a James Beard award-winning Iron Chef, has opened three restaurants in Revel—Village Whiskey, an up-scale burger joint; and Distrito Cantina and Amada, two restaurants offering distinct Latin menus. Other restaurants include Mussel Bar, a Belgian pub; Lugo Cucina, which offers a gourmet Italian menu; Central Michel Richard, American cuisine with French flair; Azure, which incorporates flavors from the French and Italian Rivieras; American Cut, Marc Forgione’s classic steakhouse; O Bistro and Wine Bar, California cuisine from Michel Richard (another James Beard winner); and One, a hip eatery complete with a live DJ and specialty cocktails.


Entertainment: Ovation Hall is a 5,500-seat amphitheater designed by Sceno Plus. This venue offers the latest in sound and music technology, and will feature big-name entertainment.


Nightlife: The Social features two stories and three different bars, promising something for even the haughtiest of partygoers. Weekend mornings offer a Bloody Mary bar and a DJ to make sure you start your day happy. Live music, comedians and a Sports Theater, in addition to Uber Happy Hours, are meant to make evenings unforgettable.


Spa: Bask comes from a chain of award-winning spas, offering luxurious therapies and top-notch fitness classes. This 32,000-foot sanctuary features mineral pools, a hammam and a Himalayan-salt grotto. Fitness classes include Core Fusion, yoga, SurfSET courses and a beach bootcamp.

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