Atlantic City, New Jersey: Caesars Entertainment Corporation recently completed over $30 million expansion of Harrah’s Resort, just in time for the summer season.
Several new restaurants were added with a complete restoration of its iconic pool and nightclub, The Pool After Dark; and a fresh redesign and enhancement of 450 guestrooms and suites. This upgrades brought Caesars total reinvestment into its Atlantic City resorts to $200 million over the last three years.
“Building on the highly-successful openings of the Wild Wild West at Bally’s and our $125 millionWaterfront Conference Center at Harrah’s Resort, we are excited to complete our master-plan enhancement project just in time for summer, and debut our finely-appointed Bayview rooms and suites, three world-class dining experiences and an upgraded nightlife experience at Harrah’s Resort,” explained President of Bally’s and Caesars, Kevin Ortzman, and Rick Mazer, Regional President for Harrah’s Resort, in a joint statement. “Atlantic City, with its iconic beach and world-famous Boardwalk, has been a mainstay summer destination for decades and our resorts – Bally’s, Caesars and Harrah’s – are committed to offering guests first-class, Vegas-style experiences – without the flight.”
New restaurants arrived at Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City in anticipation of summer are A.C. Burger Co, Coastal Craft Kitchen + Bar, weekend boozy-brunch scene; Veracruz and Guy’s Sammich Joint.
These restaurants join the ranks of classic Caesars favorites including Guy Fieri’s Chophouse at Bally’s, a traditional steakhouse with a twist; Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill at Caesars, the best spot in Atlantic City for a true, authentic British Pub experience; Martorano’s Italian Restaurant at Harrah’s Resort, Steve Martorano’s very first restaurant location in the northeastern United States and known to have “the best homemade meatballs in the world,” and Nero’s Italian Steakhouse at Caesars, the classic Italian steakhouse that boasts the absolute best view of the Atlantic Ocean and Boardwalk in Atlantic City.
Harrah’s Resort also completed a multi-million-dollar overhaul of its vastly popular Atlantic City club, The Pool After Dark. The nightclub now features a glass-enclosed heated dome, upgraded cabanas and bungalows, a new elevated stage and DJ area, dance floor and massive LED walls for celebrity performances.
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