Finding an ideal hotel in Atlantic City does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Harrah's Resort Atlantic City, a nice option for travelers like you.
Rooms at Harrahs Atlantic City offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with wifi.
A concierge and room service are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. A pool and breakfast will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Harrahs Atlantic City, parking is available.
While staying at Harrahs Atlantic City, visitors can check out Gardner's Basin (0.7 mi) and Absecon Lighthouse (1.5 mi), some of Atlantic City's top attractions.
If you’re looking for a French restaurant, consider a visit to Le Petite Creperie, which is not far from Harrahs Ac.
If you’re looking for something to do, Brighton Park is a nice way to spend some time.
Harrah's Resort Atlantic City puts the best of Atlantic City at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Paid for a king corner room. I assumed this meant a real corner room with windows on 2 sides. I was wrong. I assumed someone would make up my room during my stay. I was wrong. I assumed the place would be clean. Again wrong with the same filthy coffee cup with a cigarette in it in the elevator all 3 days I was there. Then there were the bugs in my bathroom, and then there were the whiskers all over the back of the bathroom sink (not mine). They could give these rooms for free and you would still pay $90 or so in resort fee, NJ occupancy and hotel taxes.....believe me it's not worth it even if they off you a room for free.
The first 2 rooms (Water Tower) were disgustingly filthy!!!! The 3rd room (Coastal Tower) was bearable. I did go to car for my sanitizing wipes and cleaners (did housekeepings job!!!) I never in my life experienced such filth in a hotel ever in my life. I feel customer service could have handled such inconvenience a lot better!!
Came here for a trade show. Stayed in the Waterfront tower. Rooms renovated. Great bed and nice bathroom. Downstairs it was easy to get to fitness center and Starbucks. Many food options. Nice convention center. Valet not free for Ceasers Platinum. Charge to use the indoor pool. Large casino and poker room.
Newly renovated rooms are absolutely gorgeous. Went from 1960’s to 2020’s. Outstanding design and decor. Delightful staff, accommodations, gaming and food. Great variety of table games and slot machines. Very generous giveaways. We can’t wait to go back😊
The room was next too the elevators and you could hear them all day and night. How annoying. No people to deal with, everything is online or on your phone. They have limited useful employees, most of whom are rude. Check 8n was forever. Room service order by text, what 45 min for cold soggy, food with wrong order. Too far away from the beach and boardwalk to go for a nice walk. The place was dirty and there was an extra charge for everything. The hand sanitizer dispensers were mainly water.. They use facial recognition cameras like China, all over the place. Stay away from this dump.
The rooms were dirty and it looked like they didn’t change the linen they had to change our rooms three times before we got a room that was clean I don’t think that I’ll ever be back to Harris in Atlantic City
I only come here for conferences, and I can say this place has progressively gotten worse. Rooms are described as premium and luxury and updates, but in reality, most of the rooms are old and dated. I reserved a waterfront, king, non-smoking. I was given a dusty 2 queen in Bayview that smelled like an ashtray (this was designated a non-smoking room apparently). More than that, the smoke detector was covered in a plastic bag! I wonder what the fire marshall would say about that. Calling the desk got me nowhere. There are very few food options during the week. I tried to check in at 1030am and was told the room wasn't ready, and they would text me if it was ready before 1pm. That's fine it was early. They never texted me. I got my key after 1pm, and was told nothing about early check in. When I went to check out, I was charged a $25 early check in fee for BOTH days I was there. Despite not being told of these hidden charges, and all the other displeasure I had on this trip, the lady who said she was a manager despite the receipt saying she was a cashier (no name tag but the receipt said her name was Diana) would do nothing for me other than remove the second early check in fee. If I have any more conferences at Harrah's, I'll be skipping it, or staying at Borgata…
Room issued was not cleaned!! I was issued a room and when I came upstairs to my surprise it looked liked there was a party in there and the cleaning crew never showed up to clean. There was trash cans overflowing, bed was a mess
Harrah's and Caesars Management should be proud of themselves for not making an exception to refund the 2nd night of my reservation while I rushed to NYC to be with my son who was going into surgery. Considering the amount of money spent by patrons from the New Jersey Association of Justice, it was more important for them to screw over their customers. And the haze of pot in the hallways and coming into my room was a lovely touch. Thanks you also for not responding to my call to switch my room. For these pathetic customer 'service' issues, you get the lowest rating possible. Nicely done Harrah's. And good riddance.
We stayed here against our will for a recent dance competition and booked at a group rate. The conference center area where the competition was held is near the pool and was quite nice. The comp occurred on the weekend so the hotel restaurants and Starbucks had longer hours vs. weekdays and it was convenient using the app to order food on our phones. If I had not had to check in to the hotel for one night, this review would be 4 stars but unfortunately I did. My first impression of Harrah's was being berated by a valet when we drove up to the (not crowded) entrance to check-in and unload. The valet yelled at me in front of my two children and said I had to valet the car immediately and could not unload there. I had purchased early (9 a.m. to 1 p.m.) check-in so the entrance was not overly crowded. We pulled what we could out of the car while the valet stood there glaring at us and were told at the front desk that our room wasn't ready but they would text me when it was. No one ever texted me so at 2 p.m. I followed up and voila - somehow my room was then ready. I have traveled extensively this year and the only way to describe the front desk personnel is defensive and ready for an argument. Not at all friendly or guest-focused. We eventually made our way up to the room after having my car pulled up from the valet which took around 15 minutes and the entire room in the Bayview Tower reeked of cigarette smoke and marijuana. Both my younger daughter and I were wheezing after only a 1-night stay in this horrible room. Thankfully you are spared on the weekends from the ongoing construction noise in the Water-something Tower next to Bayview. In the end the valet worked out since it is a 15-minute or so walk from self-parking to the conference center where the kid activities are held and when everyone was checking out on Sunday, only one elevator in the self-parking garage was working. If management knows who was working the valet area around 10:45 a.m. on Sat. 4/30, that individual should not be guest-facing and single-handedly ruled out any chance that we would ever stay at this hotel again in the future.…