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With a bustling nightlife and continual activity on the boardwalk, Atlantic City is a place for adults to play. But that does not mean Atlantic City is not family-friendly. You can also find plenty of family activities for families going on Atlantic City vacations. Visit the Absecon Lighthouse or stop by the Atlantic City Aquarium for fun for all ages. You will also enjoy beaches and cultural attractions as part of your Atlantic City travel. For a different taste in seafood, you will find plenty of restaurants serving up a fresh catch of the day.

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Tropicana Casino and Resort Atlantic City

3 stars
3.6 / 5 1228 reviews
‘Round the clock action at Atlantic City’s largest resort Grab a map to explore this immense complex of gaming and good times right on the beach and Atlantic City Boardwalk. Gamers can take a seat at one of 3,000 slot machines in the 148,256-square-foot casino, while picky eaters delight in choosing from among 21 restaurants. After dark, 13 bars, lounges and clubs cater to bachelor and bachelorette parties with great success, earning the resort six nightlife awards from Atlantic City Weekly. A mix of karaoke, dancing, IMAX movies, live comedy and DJs offers non-stop action until dawn. Highlights New Jersey's largest hotel teems with dining, shopping and a 24-hour casinoLive entertainment in 14 venuesThe Quarter: three floors of Old Havana-themed streetscape with shops, restaurants, theaters and a spaBook a private poker table for a private dealer and VIP treatmentIndoor pool plus seasonal beach club and outdoor pool Rooms A whopping 2,100 rooms in four towers open to views of the beach, boardwalk or city. Both the standard rooms and classic rooms in the North Tower deliver basic accommodations. For free Wi-Fi and the best views, request a classic room in the newer Havana Tower, with forest green carpet and a light floral motif. Features As part of the Tropicana, The Quarter shopping complex calls out with a brightly colored streetscape reminiscent of Old Havana, with palm trees, a Latin band and rooftop lounge. Stroll the shops or book some pampering at bluemercury spa. In summer, guests flock to the pool and beach bar. Rent beach chairs or a VIP cabana. Valet parking and self-parking are available (fees apply). Transportation Atlantic City International Airport  (20 minutes) Philadelphia International Airport  (1 hour, 15 minutes) Attractions Beach and Boardwalk (0.2 mi/ 0.3 km)Pier Shops at Caesars  (0.6 mi/ 0.9 km) Atlantic City Convention Center (0.8 mi/ 1.3 km) Atlantic City Outlets  (0.9 mi/ 1.4 km) Ripley's Believe It or Not (1.1 mi/ 1.8 km) Central Pier Arcade ( 1.1 mi/ 1.8 km) Steel Pier Amusements (1.6 mi/ 2.5 km) Atlantic City Historical Museum and Art Center (1.7 mi/ 2.7 km) Absecon Lighthouse  (2.1 mi/ 3.4 km)Atlantic City Aquarium (2.1 mi/ 3.4 km) Business Free Wi-Fi in some rooms Staff of certified meeting professionals coordinates 600 meetings a yearEvent venues include an IMAX theater and Comedy Stop TheatreBusiness center with Internet workstations, facsimile, equipment rental, shipping, copying and printing services  (some fees apply) Policies and fees Guests must be 21 years old or older to check-in.All adult guests must be registered with proper identification. Hotel key required to access hotel guest elevator. Credit card required at check-in. Tropicana does not permit coolers or excessive amounts of food and beverage to be brought into the hotel.
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Trump Taj Mahal Hotel

4 stars
3.8 / 5 586 reviews
Signature Trump glitz and one of the world's largest casinos The Donald must be a gambling man. A casino-centric resort, the Trump Taj Mahal is set on 17 acres of beach and Boardwalk real estate works hard to offer eclectic decor and plays hard in the slots, table games and poker departments. Opulent, Trump-style touches play off the palace theme in rooms and public areas. Stay fit and feel great in the Taj Spa & Fitness Center, a therapeutic enclave with an indoor pool, Jacuzzis, steam bath, workout facility, and TLC-minded pros at the salon and spa (daily fees apply). Highlights19 dining choices include 4 formal restaurants, Hard Rock Cafe and StarbucksVoted "Best Casino" by the readers of Casino Player magazine Adjacent to the Steel Pier amusement park ridesTaj Tower's legendary Penthouse suites RoomsOcean views, from partial to panoramic, fill guestrooms that deliver wireless Internet access (fees apply), premium mattresses, makeup mirrors, on-demand movies, games, and digital music. Bunk down in the newer Chairman Tower Suites at Trump Taj Mahal for bold bedding, floor-to-ceiling windows, and glass walk-in showers. Suites focus on luxury with raised whirlpool baths and iPod docking stations. Features In ode to the hotel's name, interior design at the Trump Taj Mahal is on a grand scale. Seven two-ton elephants carved in stone greet arriving guests. Seventy minarets adorn the roof and $14 million USD worth of German crystal chandeliers hang inside. Carrera marble adds glitz throughout the property. Gaming is king here in Atlantic City at one of the world's largest casinos. The party continues at two performance venues and a handful of bars, lounges and dance clubs open as late as 6 a.m. Dining Curb any hunger craving at Taj's 19 restaurants, cafes, sandwich shops and specialty eateries. Burgers, pizza, noodles, soup, Zagat-rated Italian cuisine, steak and sushi top the list. In early 2011, look for an outpost of the Atlantic City icon, White House Sub Shop. Casino Deep pocketed players appreciate the Baccarat Pit, a high-limit gaming salon. Duck into the Simulcast Facility to place real-time wagers on horse races from up to 20 tracks around the country. The Poker Room, one of the city's largest, hosts the annual United States Poker Championship. Transportation Atlantic City International Airport (13 mi/ 19 km) Philadelphia International Airport (66 mi/ 105 km) Attractions Beach and Boardwalk (across the street)Steel Pier Amusements (across the street)Central Pier Arcade (0.3 mi/0.5km)Ripley's Believe It or Not (0.3 mi/ 0.5km) Atlantic City Historical Museum and Art Center (0.7 mi/ 1.1 km)Pier Shops at Caesars (0.8 mi/ 1.3 km)Absecon Lighthouse (0.8 mi/ 1.3 km)Atlantic City Outlets (1 mi/ 1.6 km) Atlantic City Convention Center (1.3 mi/ 2.1 km) Atlantic City Aquarium (1.6 mi/ 2.6 km) Business Wi-Fi Internet access throughout hotel (fees apply)22 meeting rooms, three ballrooms, and an arena with a 5,000-person capacityOn-site UPS Store for copying, printing and shipping services (fees apply) Policies and fees Room fee from 12 to 25 Nov is $15 USD. However, reservations booked moving forward will incur the additional $15 USD fee.Roll-away cots and cribs are available in-room for a $25 charge.
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Resorts Atlantic City

3 stars
3.5 / 5 95 reviews
The largest standard guest rooms at Atlantic City's first casinoThe first casino in Atlantic City, Resorts Atlantic City opened in 1978 and recently added the Rendezvous Tower with new guest rooms. Its Boardwalk location is a short walk to the rides and arcade on the piers. On the third floor, a retractable glass roof reveals a heated indoor/outdoor pool and party-sized hot tub, free to guests. Stretch out for a suntan on the ocean-view sundeck. A casino, two theaters, a handful of restaurants and a 24-hour cocktail lounge keep choices varied but not overwhelming. HighlightsLargest standard guest rooms in Atlantic City inside the new Rendezvous Tower Free indoor/outdoor pool with retractable glass roofSpa, salon, and health club (fees apply)Margaritaville occupies over 17,400 square feet. Within the tropical-themed space is a 5 O'Clock Somewhere Bar with eye-catching flair bartenders and cool concoctions, a coffee shop, and a casino area that includes 12 Margaritaville-themed table games and 160 slot machines RoomsNotably newer, Rendezvous Tower rooms are the largest standard guest rooms in town complete with Art Deco style, twin sinks, a makeup mirror and makeup desk. Find panoramic views and jacuzzi bathtubs in the Rendezvous suites. Avoid a line with electronic checkout from all rooms, plus premium channels, pay movies and Wi-Fi access (fees apply). Features Guests find action everywhere they turn from this high-rise Boardwalk locale on the beach. Dining highlights American favorites (steak, burgers, pizza, and casual, beach-inspired seafood) with Italian and Asian restaurants tossed in the mix. A daily fee grants guests access to the health club, home to a cardio fitness room, steam room, sauna, whirlpool, lockers and showers. Valet parking is available (fees apply). Transportation Atlantic City International Airport (12 mi/ 19 km) Philadelphia International Airport (66 mi/ 106 km) Attractions Beach and Boardwalk (across the street)Steel Pier Amusements (0.1 mi/ 0.2 km)Central Pier Arcade (0.2 mi/ 0.3 km)Ripley's Believe It or Not (0.2 mi/ 0.3 km) Atlantic City Historical Museum and Art Center (0.4 mi/ 0.6 km)Pier Shops at Caesars (0.7 mi/ 1.1 km)Absecon Lighthouse (0.7 mi/ 1.1 km)Atlantic City Outlets (0.7 mi/ 1.1 km)Atlantic City Convention Center (1 mi/ 1.6 km) Atlantic City Aquarium (1.7 mi/ 2.7 km) Business Six event rooms, including three with ocean views and seats for 1,250 in the Superstar Theater Policies and fees Starting 28 February, resort fee will be $5 USD per room per night and will be collected upon check-in. Resort fee includes local phone calls, cardio room access and pool access.Check-in time on Sundays is 5:00 PM.
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Harrahs Resort Atlantic City

4 stars
3.8 / 5 803 reviews
Impressive casino complex in Atlantic City's chic Marina DistrictHarrah's massive flagship resort has so many activities that you'll never need to leave the grounds. This is a poker lover's paradise-not to mention the home to the World Series of Poker. Harrah's Resort guests can choose from seven dining options including the Steakhouse, McCormick and & Schmick's and a food court. Check out the live music and karaoke at Harrah's five bars, including the Miami-themed "Pool After Dark." Looking for a little pampering? Visit the Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa. Families can enjoy the Family Fun Center complete with pool, mini golf and shuffleboard. Reasons to stay A pool featuring a 90-foot glass dome that converts to a club at night Seven waterfront boutiques for avid shoppers Free transport to other hotels located on the Boardwalk Separate family-friendly pool and entertainment options Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City roomsExpect waterfront views from many of Harrah's impressive 2,500+ rooms that range from deluxe rooms to penthouse suites. Deluxe rooms feature one king or two queen beds and a separate seating area. Harrah's luxury and premium rooms feature premier bedding and bathrooms built for two. Waterfront and penthouse suites have floor-to-ceiling windows, separate living and dining rooms, soaking tubs and LCD TVs. Things to do nearby Steel Pier Amusements (2.1 mi/3.4 km) Atlantic City Outlets (2.2 mi/3.5 km) Historic Gardeners Basin (2.3 mi/3.7 km) Atlantic City Aquarium (2.4 mi/3.8 km) Beach and Boardwalk (2.8 mi/4.5 km) Policies and fees The hotel charges a $10 USD assessment fee per room per night.The family pool in Harbour Tower will be open starting 24 May from 10AM to 6PM daily. Guests must bring room envelope and photo identification.
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Caesars Casino and Hotel

4 stars
3.7 / 5 236 reviews
Shopping and colossal decor exude Old Rome decadence Hail Ceasars, a well-placed beach and Boardwalk hotel that astonishes guests with the grandeurs of ancient Rome. The larger-than-life theme touches nearly every surface. Visit the rooftop bar, famous casino, and a spa with three pools reminiscent of the glorious and historic Roman public baths (fees apply). A bridge from the second floor stretches over the Boardwalk to indulgent shopping at the Pier Shops at Caesars. More than 135 table games, an Asian-infused gaming area, and Roman palace high-limit salon make the casino a Boardwalk landmark. Highlights A luxurious spa plus abundant dining and shopping for a lavish getawaySought-after names in entertainment take the Circus Maximus stage with stadium-style seating for 1,500 fansMimosas with Sunday brunch from a buffet with panoramic ocean viewsCentral location on the beach and BoardwalkHome to the World Series of Poker and over 135 game tables Rooms Rooms and suites in three newly renovated towers include carved-wood dressers, a shimmering mirrored wall, a mosaic-tile bath and options for a custom lighting scheme. Some rooms face the interior, but Luxury Rooms offer skyline views along with flat-screen TVs, fine architectural details and designer-style appointments from the flooring to the headboards. Features Eighty stores and restaurants offer retail temptations at the Pier Shops at Caesars -- including Burberry, Tiffany & Co. and Apple -- all on a vibrantly lit pier over the Atlantic Ocean. Adults only can mingle at the seasonal rooftop pool and bar. Come nighttime, duck into Dusk nightclub or admire Grecian goddess dancers in the Toga bar. Ask for details about the Pet Stay per-friendly rooms (fees apply). Dining Ten restaurants in Caesars and eight more in the Pier Shops introduce flavors and design as lavish and themed as the hotel itself. In Mediterranean-inspired Mia, dine under Majestic Roman columns and soaring ceilings. At the exotic, dreamlike Buddakan, chef Stephen Starr transports guests to an ancient Chinese village complete with rock gardens, thatched roofs and a dramatic twilight sky. A gigantic golden Buddha watches over the long, communal table. Other restaurants include Morton's The Steakhouse, La Piazza and vp Burger Bar. Recreation Qua Baths & Spa features Roman rituals in massage rooms, facial studios, and three deluxe Couples Studios for romantic massages and body treatments. Take in the peacefulness of the tea lounge with its tea sommelier, plus crystal body art, herbal steam room, and cedarwood sauna. A fitness concierge personalizes workout regimens (fees apply). Transportation Atlantic City International Airport (13 mi/ 19 km) Philadelphia International Airport (66 mi/ 105 km) Attractions Beach and Boardwalk (across the street) Pier Shops at Caesars (across the street)Atlantic City Outlets (0.3 mi/ 0.5 km) Atlantic City Convention Center (0.5 mi/ 0.8 km) Steel Pier Amusements (0.8 mi/ 1.3 km)Central Pier Arcade (0.8 mi/1.3 km)Ripley's Believe It or Not (1.1 mi/ 1.8 km) Absecon Lighthouse (1.3 mi/ 2.1 km)Atlantic City Historical Museum and Art Center (1.5 mi/ 2.4 km)Atlantic City Aquarium (2.2 mi/ 3.5 km) Business 24-hour business center with Internet access copying, printing and faxing services (fees apply)24,000 square feet of meeting space includes the 17,135-square-foot Palladium BallroomA few blocks from the Atlantic City Convention Center Policies and fees Valet Parking $10 USD, Self Parking $5 USD (subject to change) Guests booking on or after 30 August 2013 need to pay $10 USD Assessment Fee per room per night, which will be collected along with room and tax. Minimum age to check into hotel is 21.
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Fort Lauderdale Atlantic City Sat, Dec 13 - Wed, Dec 17 $137
Orlando Atlantic City Thu, Jan 15 - Sun, Feb 8 $132
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Best time to take a vacation to Atlantic City

  • Best Time to Go

    You can enjoy Atlantic City vacations any time of the year. Since it’s right on the coast, the weather is milder than inland, which makes it a great vacation spot in any season. Take in the Atlantic City Airshow, one of the premier events in the city during August, along the boardwalk. Autumn provides a brilliant display as the trees change color and the temperatures get cooler. For quiet Atlantic City travel, you can plan a visit in the winter or early spring, where you will see many attractions open without the lines.

Insider tips for Atlantic City travel

  • The Melting Pot

    Experiment with fondue for your entire dinner at The Melting Pot.

  • Wine Cellar

    Enjoy a guided tour through the Wine Cellar and production area, wine tasting and an afternoon of golf at the Renault Winery Resort and Golf.

  • Atlantic City Trolley

    See the city on the Atlantic City Trolley, where you can travel to many of the famous attractions of the area.

  • Gardner's Basin

    Take in a free concert at Gardner’s Basin, sponsored by the Atlantic City library, and enjoy a long Saturday afternoon of music.

  • Red Door Spa

    Book an afternoon at the Red Door Spa at Harrah’s for a relaxing treat with numerous treatment options for a customized experience.

Atlantic City highlights

  • Caesar's

    Caesar’s at Atlantic City is one of the largest gaming areas to provide nonstop entertainment for casino fans.

  • Trump Taj Mahal

    Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort, where you will enjoy the luxury of the atmosphere, whether you win or not, and can play the slots or table games.

  • Central Pier Arcade

    Central Pier Arcade and Speedway provides numerous activities such as paintball, go-karts, amongst plenty of other fun things for the whole family.

  • Steel Pier Family

    Steel Pier family amusement park, where you can enjoy rides and attractions along with exciting fun-filled shows.

  • Atlantic City Historical Museum

    Atlantic City Historical Museum provides information about the history of the area to visitors during their Atlantic City travel.

  • Lucy the Elephant

    Lucy the Elephant is the biggest attraction outside the casinos, and has been named a National Historic Landmark.

  • Marine Mammal Stranding Center

    Marine Mammal Stranding Center provides care for stranded animals and also features a museum with life-size replicas of many sea creatures.

  • Historic Cold Spring Village

    Historic Cold Spring Village, with 26 restored buildings, gives visitors a glimpse into the history of the area.

  • Absecon Lighthouse

    Absecon Lighthouse, the third tallest lighthouse in the US, stands 171 feet tall, and visitors can climb to the top for a spectacular view.

  • Atlantic City Aquarium

    With over 18 tanks, visitors to Atlantic City Aquarium can watch exotic sea animals, and even touch and feed some of them in this interactive attraction.

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