RESORTS CASINO HOTEL COUPONS IN 2015
Stay with Daily Spa Admission for Two and $20 Dining Credit at Resorts Casino Hotel in Atlantic City. Dates into June.
Dates cannot be changed once booked; valid only for night(s) purchased. 24-hour cancellation no.. read moretice required prior to check-in or reservation is nonrefundable; reservations made within cancellation window are non-refundable. No-shows will be charged total Groupon rate. Traveler name must match ID at time of check-in. No refunds will be processed by Groupon after check-in. Must be 21 or older to check in, gamble, and consume alcohol. Credit card required at check-in. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Dining credit valid at Breadsticks Cafe & Grill, Capriccio, Eastwind, Eastwind Express, or Bar One. $100 refundable deposit required on credit card at check-in. $2 tourism fee per day and $3 occupancy fee per day paid at check-in. $9.12 daily resort fee collected at check-in. Margaritaville-Themed Resort with Contemporary Games and Dining Towering above the Atlantic Ocean and Atlantic City. s famed boardwalk, Resorts Casino Hotel dazzles with Margaritaville-themed decor. The resort. s tropical feel extends to the casino, where bartenders serve island-inspired cocktails. The property holds the distinction of being Atlantic City. s first casino hotel and the country. s first legal casino outside of Las Vegas. With this Getaway, you. ll get daily spa access for two, as well as a daily $20 credit to use at select onsite dining venues. At Capriccio, for instance, you can enjoy elegant Italian food amid Old-World lanterns and white columns. Visit Jimmy Buffett. s Margaritaville entertainment complex (not included with dining credit) to enjoy more restaurants, themed gaming areas, the 5 O. Clock Somewhere Bar, and retail shops. For after-hours entertainment, check out Bar One and Margaritaville After Dark. Atlantic City, New Jersey: Casinos and Carnival Rides Lining Historical Beachside Boardwalk No trip to Atlantic City is complete without a stroll along its signature boardwalk, which stretches for 6 miles along New Jersey. s eastern coast. Originally built in 1870 to keep sand out of hotel lobbies, the boardwalk grew in popularity as a place where you could drink and gamble during Prohibition without much trouble from the police, as depicted in HBO. s Boardwalk Empire. The boardwalk is still popular for its casinos, but it. s family-friendly, too; visitors are just as inclined to sit at the beach or stop at one of the many carnival rides. On the boardwalk, it. s worth it to check out the Absecon Lighthouse , which is more than 150 years old. It. s possible to climb its 228 steps to the top, which features sweeping views of the city skyline and the sea. Down at the base, you. ll find a replica of the original light keeper. s lonely cloister and the collection of sock puppets he created to keep him company. Proving further that Atlantic City isn. t all nightclubs, boardwalk, and casinos is Gardner. s Basin, a maritime village along the bay. Here, a community of artisans uses seashells and driftwood to hand-make items such as wind chimes and picture frames. However, the Basin. s biggest claim to fame is the 25,000-gallon Atlantic City Aquarium swimming with turtles and rays. Love to travel? Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for travel tips, inspiration, and photos from around the world.