Last year, Caesars Entertainment turned its eye to the eastern coast of its empire announcing a $400 million, Las Vegas-style makeover for the properties in the area. Since then each of the company’s East Coast resorts – Caesars, Harrah’s, and Tropicana – have undergone major renovations involving interior redesigns, new celebrity dining concepts, and more to create the ultimate seaside conference destination.
Caesars Atlantic City’s recent transformation further cements the company’s commitment as a leader in world-class hospitality on the East Coast. The resort’s combined upgrades come together to create new levels of sophistication and approachable luxury as soon as guests arrive at the revamped valet and hotel lobby designed with sleek, minimalist décor and complimented with an all-
The resort’s rooftop pool also received a makeover last summer and now features two levels of seating with modern lounge chairs, daybeds, and cabanas as well as a bar overlooking the beach and boardwalk. The most unique part of the resort’s enhancement comes with the anticipated addition of Nobu Hotel Atlantic City. Similar to its presence at the resort’s Las Vegas sister property, global lifestyle brand Nobu Hospitality recently debuted its world-renowned sushi restaurant, Nobu, in an immaculate space overlooking the Boardwalk with floor-to-ceiling windows as well as a distinct hotel experience within Caesars itself opening later in 2023.
Atlantic City’s iconic landscape played the part of aesthetic muse for the redesign of Caesars’ accommodations. The new rooms feature harmonious hues of blue and cream complemented by modern furniture including bathrooms with oversized showers, mirrors, and signature amenities. Next door at Harrah’s, the newly enhanced rooms blend the casino’s upscale brand of hospitality with more coastal and vibrant elements, drawing inspiration from the historic Atlantic City Boardwalk and nearby Marina District.
A cavalcade of outrageous comedy, jaw-dropping stunts, and absurd fun is making its way to the boardwalk this June with the debut of THE HOOK, Atlantic City’s first-ever permanent entertainment residency. Taking over what was once the historic Warner Theatre (once known as the “Wonder Theatre of the
World”), THE HOOK is the latest project from Spiegelworld, the brilliant and ridiculous minds behind the longstanding Absinthe show at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. The multi-million dollar undertaking will retain the original theater’s original ocean-view façade but will be bringing a live show to its stage as well as an East Coast installment of the theater company’s “Italian-American-Psychedelic” restaurant Superfrico.
In addition to the Nobu restaurant at Caesars, a flurry of new dining concepts have made their debut across the three Atlantic City properties including Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen which brings its eye-catching red and blue design — a nod to the teams featured on the iconic chef’s show — and signature menu of beef Wellington, lobster risotto, and artisan cocktails to Caesars. Tropicana takes the culinary crown with eight new restaurants including Ossu Japanese Tavern, Hash House A Go Go, and il Verdi.
In addition to the exciting new aesthetic and culinary updates, Caesars Entertainment’s investment is also bolstering the company’s journey toward sustainability. DSD Renewables and Caesars Entertainment are working in tandem on an 8.4 MW solar portfolio spanning the Atlantic City properties. Once completed, the installations are expected to generate 10,425,453 kWh of clean, renewable energy annually helping propel Caesars toward its goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 100% before 2050.
A numerical overview of all the changes coming to Caesars Entertainments Atlantic City properties:
• $400 million reimagination
• 300,000 square feet of space
• 6,500 guest rooms & suites
• 3 extravagant seaside resorts
• 1 contact, 1 contract