Hope the move isn't too late. The place was a ghost town when we were there last week.
I stopped in Monday evening, not many people at all. Walking to it on the boardwalk the place
just looks dark and uninviting. Perhaps they could do a light display on the side of the building?
Dave: Don't tell anybody I told you but Revel was supposed to have a fantastic light show on their building but it got cut out of the budget. In fact, if you look at the building it looks like a flat-screen TV.
That comes from a very reliable source in Atlantic City.
I won't tell a soul.....
The fountains fronting the Boardwalk haven't been worked on since they opened.
They appear to be dis-organized, grasping at straws.
Only one show announced-November 23rd-Aerosmith.
It won't be long before the stores and restaurants start abandoning ship-see the Pier shops.
I am not anti-Revel.
They need to hire seasoned professionals.
i have to take you at your word when you say you are not anti-revel. but here we have an instance of the revel seeking to hire exactly whom you say they need... a seasoned professional with "10 years + of in-depth casino marketing experience." your response, therefore, is puzzling. it appears to be a litany of complaints about fountains and the revel's lackluster entertainment schedule, as well as speculation as to the financial outlook for their retail tenants.
i would think you would have been overjoyed that the revel was following your recommended course of action and would have expected you to applaud their actions.
You thought wrong.
I could care less about fountains, it just shows they are in trouble. Little things mean alot.
They raved about their concert hall, yet they have had limited shows.Edited: 9:00 pm, October 16, 2012
This was posted back last september hmm..as for shows, maybe they can't afford it. I agree though, the place needs to look more inviting. It's too dark at night with the lack of lightning around the building
Any change in management at this point, can only be for the good! The Revel does not impress me, as well many, many others!
I believe they are targeting the 30's and 40's age group. My daughter (age 30) and I signed up for a revel card in August. She spent about $60.00. I was upgraded to their level 3 card and spent $400.00 in the 3/4,hr we spent there. She has gotten lots of offers such as $200 slot cash any day in October, another 150.00 slot cash oct 20th, a slot tournament, a dinner, dance and Halloween party plus $100 slot cash oct 27th and two nites comped any day every week oct and November. I received $10 slot cash on a Thursday or Friday and a food credit. This isn't enticing me to go there. Plus they really need to have some sort of boardwalk entrance rather than how it is now crossing over the incoming car area. Just my opinion on things. That all being said, I did like it and thought they had some neat slots.