Feb 20, 2019 - Feb 21, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Atlantic City is located in New Jersey, and is widely known for its casinos, beaches, boardwalk, and nightlife scene. It is sometimes referred to as the “Gambling Capital of the East Coast.” The popular board game Monopoly is based off of this city, and it has been host to the Miss America pageant since 1921.
Atlantic City has grown in popularity over the years, and there are many attractions to explore on the boardwalk, which serves as the central location for hotels and casinos. Visit Playground Pier, an underwater themed shopping center. Check out the historic Absecon Lighthouse, and the World War I memorial. Spend a day at the beach, and mosey over to the famous Steel Pier amusement park!
There is so much to experience in Atlantic City, and Skyscanner is here to help you select the best accommodations for your stay! Easily sort listings by price, stars, amenities, hotel brands and more to find the perfect hotel for your individual needs.
The majority of the hotels in Atlantic City are located around the boardwalk, allowing for easy access to beaches and other attractions. Some hotels can be found in the Marina district, which is about 2 miles north of the boardwalk.
On average, standard hotel rooms in Atlantic City are approximately $200-$300 a night. High end hotels run from $300-$400 a night, and can rise during summer, which is typically when rooms fill up quickly.
Yes! The hotels in Atlantic City are so unique, you could spend a whole day exploring the different themed buildings. Tropicana Casino & Resort pays tribute to the famous former casino of the same name in Havana. There is a Cuban-inspired atrium, Broadway style theater and indoor pool. Caesars Atlantic City is an ancient Rome inspired hotel with multiple bars and nightclubs, rooftop pool and spa with Roman Baths.
There are several luxury hotels along the boardwalk in Atlantic city. Borgata Hotel is a 5-star hotel and casino in the Marina, with a spa, 6 pools, several dining options, with suites including soaking tubs and large, flat screen TVs. The Claridge Hotel in a historic 4-star hotel, that hosted legends like Frank Sinatra and Marilyn Monroe. The 1920’s themed restaurant with prohibition style bar will take you back in time.
Many of the hotels listed above are well suited for families and offer amenities such as complimentary cribs, stowaway beds, and baby proofing kits upon request. Resorts Casino Hotel Atlantic City is a favorite for kids; this hotel features an indoor/outdoor pool, a 1000-seat movie theater and is located on the boardwalk for quick access to the beach.
I loved this place. Its like Vegas but with a beach flair! I went in November, so it was pretty dead around but it was still beautiful. Cant wait to visit again!
Cheered my love who ran the april fools half marathon @ atlantic city. Not just for gamblers there is shopping and concerts !!
Atlantic beaches come with a big bonus –they’re free. No beach tags required. The boardwalk is just steps away when you've had enough of the surf and sand.
Well, Atlantic City has lost its charm, if it ever had one. When I was there (summer of 2014), it was a ghost city. Many casinos had closed their doors and streets were sketchy. I hope it bounces back...