The local gambling empire is opening part of its inventory of high-roller accommodations to the public for the first time.
Ever wonder what it’s like to spend a night or three in a ‘high-roller’ suite, but your level of play kept you from that experience? Well, your lack of big bets is no longer an impediment to experiencing the “suite” life.
For the first time in its 40-year-history of owning and operating casinos downnashore, Caesars Entertainment, the company that owns Caesars Atlantic City, Bally’s Atlantic City and Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City, is making many of the opulent digs available to anyone with the scratch to cover the rent, regardless of the level of his or her play in the casino.
Timed to coincide with the 40th anniversary of the opening of what is now Caesars Atlantic City (originally Caesars Boardwalk Regency Casino Hotel), the Caesars Suites program runs through May 15 and includes the following:
Dennis Tower Executive Suite at Bally’s featuring Jacuzzi tub, parlor area and bar area with seating.
Emperor Suite at Caesars which includes one bedroom, 1½ bathrooms, a deep soaking bathtub and large living area.
Coastal Tower at Harrah’s, whose suites boast a variety of lifestyle-focused technology updates including charging stations, 55-inch LG LED TV’s and modern bathrooms.
“We are thrilled to . . . offer our guests the unique opportunity to experience our resorts in ways they likely never have before with the ability to enjoy a stay in a sizeable suite with added amenities,” said Kevin Ortzman, regional president for Caesars Entertainment Atlantic City.”
Rates begin at $155 per night. Go here, for more info and reservations.