Harrah's Resort Atlantic CityHot
Reservation Number: (800) 242-7724
Rooms: 2,010 Price Range: $89-$299
Suites: 616 Price Range: Casino Use Only
Self Parking: $10/$15 (Friday-Sunday) Valet Parking: $15/$20-$30 (Friday-Sunday)
Buffets: B/L- $21.99 (Saturday)/$42.99 (Sunday)
D- $36.99/$42.99 (Saturday/Sunday)
Casino Size: 155,073 Square Feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Craps, Roulette, Blackjack, Big Six Wheel, Mini Baccarat, Poker, Pai Gow Poker, Pai Gow Tiles, Caribbean Stud Poker, Four Card Poker, Three Card Poker, Texas Hold 'Em Bonus Poker, Let it Ride, Spanish 21, Double Attack Blackjack, Flop Poker, Ultimate Texas Hold'em, Mississippi Stud, Keno
Special Features: Parking and buffet discounts for players club members. 65-slip marina. Beauty salon. Miniature golf course (in season).
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Not the Casino you want to have a One Night Stand In, Off the strip, and not appealing. Take the Jitney back to the boardwalk. Would like to see a bit more customer service here.
This is one of the better casinos in Atlantic City. It's not on the Boardwalk, but in the Marina district. They do have a shuttle for hotel guests and Total Reward Platinum and Diamond members to take to one of their sister casinos on the Boardwalk, but it is usually full and doesn't run consistently. So I usually pay the $2.25 for the jitney which comes extremely often.
The casino has decent blackjack, and even $5 tables weekday mornings. Decent, but not full-pay, video poker. They could hire a few more people for the Total Rewards desk. The Pool is nice and doesn't allow anyone under 21 (a plus). They do have a family pool somewhere, but I've never gone looking for it. The buffet is expensive but worth the price. And one of the few places in town where the dealers have personalities and are pleasant.
We had a very nice room on 24th floor of the west tower with a view of the water. Food was delicious at the buffet and restaurants we tried. Pool is one of the nicest I've seen. The pool is indoors in a conservatory space with natural light & beautiful plants. We were there in October 2011. Employees we encountered were very friendly. Property is not located on the boardwalk, but there is a free shuttle for hotel guests without a car. We were not particularly lucky on the slots. Plenty of table games were available. Overall we had a good vacation at Harrah's. We saw the rooms friends were staying in at Caesars and our room was much nicer.
In Atlantic City, I definitely prefer the casinos in the Marina. Harrah's has a good selection of games and a variety of restaurants to choose from, including a food court to get something quick. Lately, it seems that the "college-age party crowd" arrives on Friday evening and departs on Sunday. Therefore, it is not the quietest place on the weekends! The rooms are fine but not as nice as the neighboring Borgata.
My wife and I have been going to Harrah's faithfully over the past 10-15 years. The food is great, the rooms are comfortable, there is a good variety of slot machines. Staying at Harrah's and trying the other casinos on the boardwalk, I always go back to Harrah's. My wife and I always have a very nice stay at Harrah's. Many thanks to our host (fernando desilva) who has always accommodated us with a wonderful stay. Always in a professional manner. Out of the 12 casinos that we have stayed, Harrah's is the best. The promotions and offers that we receive today are just as good as they were 15 years ago. Keep up the good work.