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The Trump Taj Mahal

The Trump Taj Mahal Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Trump Taj Mahal opened in 1990 after the success of the original Trump Plaza a mile down the boardwalk. The not-so-subtle exterior reveals the Indian theme from afar and is just as dated as the original gold interiors and crystal chandeliers. The enormous 17-acre property has 2010 rooms spread across two towers: the original Taj Tower and the newer Chairman Tower. Contemporary rooms in the Chairman Tower -- with bursts of color and floor-to-ceiling windows -- are some of the most desirable. While common complaints include fees for parking, Wi-Fi, and use of the fitness center, this hotel is kept clean and there are plentiful restaurant and nightlife options.
Harrah's Resort Atlantic City

Harrah's Resort Atlantic City Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Open since 1980, Harrah's -- located in Atlantic City's Marina District -- completed a $500 million expansion in 2008, which included the addition of a new 44-story Waterfront Tower with contemporary furnishings and bay views. The resort offers 2,590 rooms in five towers (older rooms are in major need of renovations) as well as a slew of impressive amenities. Unlike at other Atlantic City resorts, the casino is not the main draw here; rather, action is centered in the adults-only indoor pool, a glass-domed oasis with constant 82-degree temperatures and tropical plants. At night it becomes "The Pool after Dark," a lively club scene with DJs and occasional celeb appearances. Other highlights include a Viking Cooking School, Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa, and gourmet restaurants. But it's not within walking distance of the beach or boardwalk, and there are fees for Wi-Fi and parking.

Revel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The newest hotel on Atlantic City's boardwalk, Revel is a pristine luxury property with a smoke-free policy that helps keep its casino fresh and airy. The spacious rooms are top-notch: All feature ocean views from floor-to-ceiling windows, sexy bathrooms with double vanities and large showers, and tech-friendly amenities such as massive flat-screen TVs, remote-controlled lights and shades, free Wi-Fi, and even door sensors that let staff know when room service carts have been pushed into the hallway. The resort has everything that other luxury properties in Atlantic City offer, such as numerous celebrity chef-helmed restaurants, several nightclubs, a theater, a pool, and a beautiful spa, but Revel offers a more serene vibe. Like at other resorts, however, the restaurants are overpriced and there are long lines at the nightclubs, but fist-pumping locals and visiting bachelor and bachelorette parties would argue that it's worth the wait.
Caesars Atlantic City

Caesars Atlantic City Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Caesars is one of the oldest properties in Atlantic City, but extensive renovations have kept it feeling like one of the newest. It's situated along the boardwalk, steps from the beach and luxury shopping, and has a dramatic lobby with Roman-inspired columns and painted ceilings. Though the overall feel is more up-to-date than boardwalk neighbors, some of the 1,140 rooms still show wear and tear: Stick to the Centurion and Ocean Towers, where rooms have sophisticated decor, flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, and spacious bathrooms. Upscale property amenities include an impressive spa, an adults-only rooftop pool with views, as well as a plush stadium-seat theater for live entertainment. Tack on gourmet restaurants, a clean casino, and decent nightlife options, and what you get is a dependable choice for adults (though families are certainly welcome). Expect fees for Wi-Fi and parking.
Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa

Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This behemoth hotel and casino on the outskirts of Atlantic City is a hub of entertainment, and arguably the city's premier destination. The 2000-room property (which opened in 2003) overlooks a marina at Renaissance Pointe. Floor-to-ceiling windows keep rooms bright, and a 2012 renovation means all rooms and suites are well-appointed with flat-screen TVs and Keurig coffeemakers. Entertainment is outstanding, from celebrity chef restaurants -- including Bobby Flay Steak and Wolfgang Puck American Grille -- to poker tables, an Italian-inspired indoor pool, and spa treatments. However, beyond entertainment, there is no outdoor pool and the hotel is not within walking distance of the boardwalk or beach.
Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino

Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The first of two Trump Hotels in Atlantic City opened its doors back in 1984. The Trump Plaza is located at the center of all the boardwalk action -- its white and black facade rises 39 floors above the beach -- and many of the 906 rooms and suites offer incredible ocean views. The lobby, with its 80s-style gold and crystal decor, is dated, but the resort does offer appealing features such as an 800-seat theater, range of restaurants, and indoor pool. During the summer months, the Beach Bar is a hot spot for outdoor drinks and live music, but rooms lack modern touches such as flat-screen TVs and duvet covers. Fees are rampant: Expect to pay for parking, Wi-Fi, and use of the fitness center.
Tropicana Casino & Resort Atlantic City

Tropicana Casino & Resort Atlantic City Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Tropicana is an enormous megaresort with over 2,000 rooms and suites spread across three towers. The rooms, which are plagued with dated decor and tube TVs, are not the highlight at this boardwalk hotel. Its Havana-inspired three-story streetscape called the Quarter is much more inviting, with an IMAX Theater, shopping, restaurants, and nightclubs. The Tropicana also draws visitors for its high-end spa, Broadway-style theater, and seasonal outdoor pool and bar -- not to mention the huge casino floor. A location right on the boardwalk and freebies such as Wi-Fi are convenient perks, but beware of long lines at check-in.
Bally's Atlantic City

Bally's Atlantic City Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Bally's Atlantic City is a hotel and casino with a prime spot along the beach and Boardwalk, next to sister property Caesar's Palace. The 1,760 rooms and suites are spread throughout several buildings -- including the historic Claridge Tower -- and have coffeemakers and mini-fridges. The Ruby Rooms are the most recently renovated and feature contemporary decor along with nice linens, (some) flat-screen TVs, and iPod docks. However, not all areas are the same, and many rooms still contain worn, outdated furnishings and tube TVs. Hotel features including the attached Wild West Casino, an indoor pool with huge skylight, fitness center, and 24-hour room service. This big complex has several nightlife options and restaurants ranging from casual to upscale, but expect fees for parking, Wi-Fi, and use of the indoor pool and fitness center.
Resorts Casino Hotel Atlantic City

Resorts Casino Hotel Atlantic City Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Resorts Casino Hotel opened as the first casino in Atlantic City in 1978. Located on the boardwalk, this hotel has evolved its original Art Deco theme into a "Roaring Twenties" theme, building on the success of HBO's Boardwalk Empire. Dated rooms are split into two towers: the original Ocean Tower and the newer Rendezvous Tower (which opened in 2004). Rooms lack modern amenities such as duvet covers and flat-screen TVs, but there is an indoor/outdoor pool, and nightlife options -- including ProBar, the city's first gay club -- are solid.


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