Harrah’s Atlantic City is a land based casino and hotel, with the opening date in 22 November, 1980, having a Marina Waterfront theme. Harrah’s Atlantic City is a hotel and casino, from the Marina District, in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Compared with the other hotels and casinos from this area, Harrah’s Atlantic City is the second hotel by number of rooms, with almost 2590 guest rooms. Harrah’s Atlantic City is owned by Caesars Entertainment Corporation (being the fourth-largest gaming company in the world, with annual revenues of $8.6 billion in 2013; this is an American gaming corporation based in Paradise, Nevada; owning and operating several brand, and over 50 casinos and hotels). Harrah’s Atlantic City was the fifth casino opened in this area, after the legalization of gambling. Along with the Borgata and the Golden Nugget, Harrah’s Atlantic City is one of three casinos from the marina district of the Atlantic City.
- address: 777 Harrah’s Blvd, Atlantic City, NJ 08401, United States
- phone: +1 609-441-5000
- coordinates: 39.383903, -74.428095
The History of Harrah’s Atlantic City
On Saturday November 22, 1980, Harrah’s was opened, with a hotel tower of 506 rooms, known as the Harbour Tower. A new tower, the Atrium Tower, was opened by Harrah’s, six years later, in 1986. In 1997, Harrah’s took a new expansion with the opening of the Marina Tower. The 25-story Bayview Tower was opened in 2002, along with many improvements and with the expansion of the gaming space. Over the past years, Harrah’s has opened The Waterfront Tower (the second tallest building in Atlantic City, with 525 feet; also, at night, a variety of digital images are displayed on the entire surface of the tower) in 2008, including a new pool (which is located under a large glass dome, and is surrounded by palm trees and other plants) and spa (Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa, consists of 23 treatment rooms, jacuzzi and sauna rooms). Harrah’s began with a new renovation in November 2016, including 450 Bayview rooms/suites. Harrah’s Atlantic City offers a variety of facilities, including fine dining restaurant (Dos Caminos, The Steakhouse), casual restaurants (Waterfront Buffet, Oshi Modern Asian Kitchen), different stores, and the Broadway by the Bay Theater (with 800-seat).
Gaming at Harrah’s Atlantic City
Total gaming space at the Harrah’s Atlantic City is around 177,000 square-feet (16,400 m2), including a wide range of slot machines (with more than 5500 video poker and slot machines) and 139 table games (including Blackjack, Roulette, Flop Poker, Fortune Pai Gow, Spanish 21, Mini Baccarat, Midi-Baccarat, Three Card Poker, Six Card Bonus, Four Card Poker, Pai Gow Tiles, Let it Ride, High Card Flush, Criss Cross Poker, Double Attack Blackjack, Texas Hold’em Bonus, Caribbean Stud Poker), Keno (which can pay up to an incredible $250,000 – Keno Parlor from 10:00 AM to 2:00 AM daily.), and a large room with 40 poker tables.
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Gambling Revenue – Harrah’s Atlantic City
Owned by Caesars Entertainment, Harrah’s continues to produce in a declining market, and it was remodeled several times. Among the three Caesars Entertainment casinos in Atlantic City, Harrah’s is the best producer in terms of gaming revenue. Over the previous year, its revenues in 2014 were up 2.5 percent, and in 2015, were up 2.5 percent.
Atlantic City Gambling Revenue
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Harrah’s Atlantic City
The hotel at Harrah’s Atlantic City offers almost 2590 rooms, being one of the top hotels from the Marina District. Harrah’s Atlantic City is a 4 stars hotel, and offers plenty of facilities, including a casino, a theater, different restaurants, a shopping area, and is located on Harrah’s Blvd, in Atlantic City (Marina). You can search for available rooms and compare rates from multiple booking providers with one click accessing below button: