~2000 rooms and suites.
~135,000 square foot casino floor.
Awesome. A casino / hotel / resort intended to captivate its guests and cater to all of their needs so that they’re not tempted to wander off to other hotels.
Enter on Borgata Way (off route 87), pay on exit, $5.
~145 Table Games:
Baccarat, Big Six, Blackjack, Caribbean Stud Poker, Craps, Four Card Poker, Let It Ride, Mini-Baccarat, Pai Gow Poker, Pai Gow Tiles, Roulette, Spanish 21, Texas Hold 'em Bonus Poker, Three Card Poker.
Aces & Faces, Bewitched, Blazing 7's, Deuces Wild, Diamond, Draw, Frog Prince, Jeopardy, Lobstermania, Mega Bucks, Monte Carlo, Palio Pix, Poker, Quartermania, Smokin 7's, Survivor, Trivia Pursuit, Wheel of Fortune, White Ice, Wild Cherries.
40 poker tables:
Texas Hold'em, Stud, Stud Eight, Omaha Eight.
No keno .
Mixx (sushi), Old Homesteab (steakhouse), Ombra (kitchen wine bar), Specchio (Italian), Suilan (Asian).
Amphora (seafood), Borgata Buffet ($27.95), Noodles of the World (noodles), Risi Bisi (Italian), Starbucks (coffee), The Metropolitan (French).
B Bar (casino), Gypsy Bar (casino), The Music Box (show bar).
Bambino (children's fashion), Borgata Collection (logo merchandise), Borgata Jewels (jewelry), Carina (women's fashion), Ciao! (gifts), Essentials (handbags), Misura (men's fashion).
Spa Toccare, barbershop, pool, gardens, fitness.
My Borgata (Red Label and Black Label) - slot dollars, comps, invitations, discounts.
Borgata's Beach in Brigantine.
Pathway to Harrah’s.
Gambling problem? Please call 1-800-GAMBLER.
Borgata is one of the newest casino/hotels in Atlantic City. It is located a bit away from the boardwalk strip, near Harrah's and has the reputation for being a hangout for twenty and thirty-somethings from the Philadelphia area. It's structure is reminiscent of Wynn or the Palms in Vegas: chic and sophisticated.
Aside from the gambling and usual hotel fare, you can find a spa and an event venue at the Borgata. Big shows like Gwen Stefani and Bob Dylan come here for their AC shows. Great dining can be found here, including the creations of Chef Bobby Flay. Casual and fine dining is available, and reservations are suggested for all dinner seatings.
Aside from being the young, hip location, Borgata is also known for being pricey. Some rooms start at $200 a night but the weekend I visited you couldn't find a room for under $400 a night.
Even if you're not staying here, take a trip over to see the gorgeous glass sculptures. The sculptures hang from the ceilings, "grow" like wildflowers and crawl up the walls. It's really an amazing sight.
Upon entering the city, you'll see numerous of huge bulidings around. Take notice of the Casino Borgota. Yellowish during daylight and violet at dusk. Fascinating!