Located in the Ocean Tower, each of the 24 suites feature new marble floors, ornate chandeliers, and high-tech amenities, such as plasma TVs, video game consoles, iPod docking stations and state of the art sound system. All suites are overlooking the beach, ocean and Boardwalk and also come with electronic toilets and curtains, deluxe furniture, carpeting and wallpaper. Butler service also is available to guests.
The new suites are available for VIP customers, premium gamblers and a high rollers (players who bet $50,000 and up), however, the suites also will be available for rent during weekdays for between $1,200 and $1,500/night.
“This is one area that we really wanted to focus on. Our higher-end customers demand more of a suite experience. The suites will also be available midweek for our convention customers. We’ll keep them open for our best customers, but also for our best convention customers.” said Don Marrandino, president of the Eastern Division of Caesars Entertainment Corp., parent company of the Caesars AC.
The $9 million facelift will be followed by the remodeling of 120 guest rooms in the Ocean Tower scheduled to begin this fall. According to Marrandino, all four Atlantic City casinos owned by Caesars Entertainment have had about 60% of their rooms revamped or remodeled in the past years.