Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Atlantic City, Caesars Atlantic City is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its quiet environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Caesars Atlantic City makes it easy to enjoy the best of Atlantic City.
Rooms at Caesars Atlantic City provide a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Caesars Atlantic City guests have access to a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. You can also enjoy a pool and a lounge. Need a place to park? There is paid public parking available on-site.
While staying at Caesars Atlantic City Hotel, visitors can check out Kennedy Plaza (0.1 mi) and Central Pier Arcade (0.6 mi), some of Atlantic City's top attractions.
While visiting Atlantic City, you may want to try some oyster at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Dock's Oyster House, Harry's Oyster Bar & Seafood, or Morton's The Steakhouse.
If you’re looking for something to do, Atlantic City Boardwalk (0.2 mi) and Boardwalk Hall (0.2 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Caesars Atlantic City Hotel.
Whether you’re traveling for business, pleasure or both, Caesars Atlantic City is sure to make your visit to Atlantic City one worth remembering.
My family and I arrived at Caesar’s ready for a girl’s trip and it turns out my aunt never confirmed the reservations. A few of our party were ready to panic but Alex was phenomenal! He was the epitome of world class service and kept everyone calm while he helped us to book new rooms (adjoining). Not only was Alex incredibly helpful and friendly during check in, when it was time for us to venture out onto the boardwalk, he gave us directions as well. Can’t say enough about the service we experienced! Thank you Alex!
We had a wonderful time at Caesars as usual,we've been coming there for at least 25-30 years,things are different but Caesars is handling it well and the ocean hasn't changed.,we enjoyed the beach immensely, we were also thankful Tazza's was still there and we had fun playing the slots.
I traveled 146 miles, one way, for a girls trip at Tropicana hotel and casino. I’m a member of Caesars rewards for many years and a loyal customer of Caesar and Bally’s. I was so excited when Tropicana merged with Caesars until Friday of last week. One of the girls of the group was added to the reservation along with me in June. Unfortunately, I had to call the hotel, one week prior to the trip, to inform them that the girl added to the reservation could not attend the girls trip. I asked the reservation clerk to adjust the reservation and give me the new total I would be charged without her. I made a copy of the reservation to show the clerk when I arrived, but that didn’t matter to them; they proceeded to tell me that she was not taken off the reservation and since she was not present I had to pay full price for the weekend. After speaking to the phone manager and the manager at the casino Friday night, they both told me that my status didn’t matter and there was nothing they could do for me. The managers were very unconcerning about keeping a loyal customer who gambles often. They both told me that there was nothing they could do to keep me there for the weekend. As a result, we will not give Tropicana our business; we ended up returning home that night. Therefore, I spent so much time and money in one day since I traveled a total of 392 miles, eight hours and one hundred dollars in gas. Besides that, the hotel and casino act as if we are not in a pandemic anymore. That location was a spreader that will add to the spike of people with covid in our nation. There were approximately 99% of the population of people that were not socially distant or wearing a mask. Someone in charge should follow up with the service you are providing before you begin to lose your loyal customers.…
We stayed at Forum and it was pretty nice and clean. Loved the hallway colors. Bathroom is tiny tiny! Beds were not Queen sized like they said it looked like double Overall OK trip. Tried going to chef Ramsay but it was booked although there were empty tables. That was a turn off too. Ended up eating in 1st flood at Kiwi and food was great.
We went here for a friends 21st birthday. The hotel itself was clean and overall pretty nice, although much of it is starting to show its age. The rooms were clean and looked like they were updated about 10 years ago, and the rooms look different based on what tower you are in. I would recommend the Centurion tower. My biggest complaint would be the casino. We went for a 21st birthday, and we were definitely the youngest group there. We expected to get ID'ed (we are all 21 and 22 years old) but we were harassed nonstop by security. The first night, we were escorted to the security station, and forced to wear bright neon bracelets. I think it is good that Caesars takes this seriously, but we were told that we would stop being bothered once we had the bracelets on, since we would not need to be constantly ID'ed. But it didn't stop. Within a span of 20 minutes, 3-4 security guards questioned us, a waitress ID'ed us and gave issue to my friend whose ID expired a few days back despite security being fine with it. Again, I am glad Caesars takes this stuff seriously, but it was a little bit excessive and embarrassing. Overall, the stay was nice and we enjoyed.…