The Borgata is one of the newest land-based casino, hotel, and spa from Marina District, in Atlantic City, New jersey, United States, opened in July 2003. This hotel and casino has a Tuscan theme (known for its landscapes, traditions, history, artistic legacy and its influence on high culture), with a modernist architecture, and it is operated and owned by MGM Resorts International (a global entertainment and
hospitality company operating). The Borgata offers one of the largest
accommodations in Atlantic City, with more than 2000 rooms.
- address: 1 Borgata Way, Atlantic City, NJ 08401, United States
- phone: +1 609-317-1000
- coordinates: 39.378353, -74.434258
The History of The Borgata
The Borgata plan started in 1999, when Steve Wynn has a major project called The Tunnel Project, who wanted to connect a tunnel (a $330 million 2.5 mile-4.0 km tunnel) from the Atlantic City Expressway to the new resort (named the Atlantic City-Brigantine Connector). After the joint venture between MGM Mirage and Boyd Gaming, Borgata was opened on July 2, 2003 at 11:45 PM. At this major project have participated two biggest firms, Marnell Corrao Associates of Las Vegas, and Philadelphia’s Bower Lewis and Thrower Architects (BLT), who have created the third tallest building (the main tower) in Atlantic City. As a part of its expansion in June 2006, Borgata installed one of the largest poker room in Atlantic City, while in June 2008, Borgata opened its second hotel, The Water Club. The Borgata offers five fine dining restaurants, including Old Homestead, Bobby Flay Steak and Wolfgang Puck American Grille, six casual dining options on the casino level, a lower level food court, 4 nightclubs, one spa (name Spa Toccare – 54,000-square-foot (5,000 m2), and a special event center (Borgata Event Center – the main music venue, with a capacity of 3200 people).
Gaming at The Borgata
The total gaming space offered by The Borgata is about 161,000-square-foot (15,000 m2), where people can find a variety of slot machines (with more than 4,000 slot machines and video slots), 50 poker table, and 180 table games (including Blackjack, Roulette, Mini-Baccarat, Pai Gow Tiles, Four Card Poker, Flop Poker, Spanish 21, Let it Ride, Craps, Three Card Poker, Texas Hold’em, Caribbean Stud Poker, Bix Six). Also, people can take a place at the Racebook Room (100 seats; 40″ color betting machines; 10 betting windows; video wall), to experience the thrill of thoroughbred harness racing.
The Borgata offers one of the largest poker rooms in Atlantic City, a variety of promotions (including $30,000 Weekly Ultimate High Hand, and many others), and plenty of tournaments:
- $10,000 Handicapping Tournament Series – the players who participate in 3 of the 5 tournaments, have a chance to qualify for the one of the Grand Prizes;
- Borgata $1 Million Guaranteed Deepstack Kick-Off – Tuesday, April 18 – Saturday, April 22; Deepstack No Limit Hold’em re-entry; $500 buy-in + $60 entry;
- Borgata $500,000 Guaranteed Almighty Stack – Tuesday, April 25 – Friday, April 28; Almighty Stack No Limit Hold’em re-entry; $350 buy-in + $50 entry;
- Borgata $1 Million Guaranteed Spring Poker Open Championship – Live Streamed, Sunday, April 30 – Thursday, May 4; $2,500 buy-in + $200 entry;
- Daily Poker Tournaments: $3,000 Guaranteed Mondays; $15,000 Guaranteed Wednesdays; $13,000 Guaranteed Fridays;
- Borgata Single Table Tournaments: daily Sit & Go tournaments ($30 buy-in + $10 entry fee; players will start with 2,000 in tournament chips; ach level will last 10 minutes; prize distribution: 1st place finisher will receive $300 in cash / $1,000 buy-in + $60 entry fee; players will start with 8,000 in tournament chips; each level will last 20 minutes; with prize distribution: 1st place finisher will receive $5,000 in cash; 2nd place finisher will receive $3,000 in cash; 3rd place finisher will receive $2,000 in cash).
Gambling Revenue – The Borgata
Borgata has by far the largest and most profitable poker room in Atlantic City. Borgata enjoys a substantial level of nongaming revenue, and also leads the market in internet gaming revenue. Compared to 2013, in 2014 Borgata’s gaming revenue was up 4.2 percent, and it was up 8.3 percent in 2015. In the first two months of 2016, Borgata gaming revenue was up 8.8 percent:
- 2016: $111 million
- 2015: $696 million
- 2014: $642 million
Atlantic City Gambling Revenue
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The Borgata Hotel
The hotel at The Borgata offers 2000 luxurious rooms and suites that let customers escape Atlantic City’s nightlife and enter a space of quite and relaxation. The perfect getaway from all the games and parties surrounding Atlantic City. This 4 stars hotel is located central Atlantic City and offers a series of amenities like spas, indoor and outdoor pools, fitness centers and boutique shopping experiences. You can search for available rooms and compare rates from multiple booking providers with one click accessing below button: