Caesars Atlantic City to see major renovation
Caesars Entertainment is investing two hundred million dollars to renovate Caesars Atlantic City.
The plan is to renovate different areas of Caesars Atlantic City, such as the casino floor, the hotel lobby and other spaces. The lobby situated on the 1st floor is going to be fully changed, and they are going to add a service for ordering Starbucks online. The news version is going to have a modern design and minimalistic details.
They will also make some investments in the food department by bringing the set of Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen to Atlantic City and there might be a possibility to develop a TV program.
By the end of the year they will see the addition of Nobu Hotel Atlantic City with everything renovated.
Caesars is also going to repair the pool and include daybeds, 2 levels of settings and a bar for developing customer experience. From the rooftop they will have ocean beach views as well.
This whole renovation project is included in the four hundred million investment, which will help Atlantic City to strengthen their place around the East Coast.
“Caesars Atlantic City has always been a famous destination for the last forty-three years. This entire change is going to make Atlantic City a popular travel destination, and will bring the very best of Las Vegas to Atlantic City.”
commenced J. Lodise, the GM and the SVP of Caesars Atlantic City.
“Caesars Atlantic City has a high standard for great experience, and we are happy to keep the legacy. With our big investment we want to boost clients’ experience and help Atlantic City to have better tourism economy results.”
added J. Koster, Regional President, East at Caesars Entertainment, Inc.