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The lights never go out on the Atlantic City casinos; in fact, they only get brighter at night, with the promise of excitement and the hope of good fortune. With most casinos open 24 hours a day, visitors will never run out of slot machines and card tables to try their luck. From the Trump Taj Mahal, the Resorts, and the Borgata, wandering down the Boardwalk opens up a never-ending selection of casinos. Visitors can spend hours exploring the two-floor casino in the Sands Hotel or trying their hand at the poker tables in Harrah's. Whatever your poison, the Atlantic City casinos are sure to supply, very generously.

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Atlantic City Hilton
  • Atlantic City Hilton
  • Nestled in an ideal location on the Atlantic City Boardwalk and boasting world-class amenities, luxury suites, and panoramic shoreline views, the Hilton Casino Resort is the ultimate destination for luxury and indulgence.
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Bally's
  • Bally's
  • Located right on the boardwalk at the historic address of Park Place and Boardwalk, Bally's Atlantic City offers a plethora of attractions, from top-notch nightlife to indulgent spas and pools, and of course, more than 80,000 square feet of pure gaming excitement.
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Caesars
  • Caesars
  • Located in the center of Atlantic City just steps from the boardwalk, Caesar's Casino & Hotel boasts over 145,000 square feet of casino space with more than 135 games.
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Harrah's
  • Harrah's
  • Rising nobly above the surrounding structures and overlooking the Absecon Channel, Harrah's Resort & Casino boasts sophisticated cuisine, world-class gambling, diverse shopping, and Atlantic City's tallest hotel tower.
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Resorts
  • Resorts
  • Just a stone's throw from the beach and boardwalk and connected to the Trump Taj Mahal by an indoor skywalk, Resorts Atlantic City offers the sophistication of fellow Atlantic City hotels at a more affordable rate.
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Showboat
  • Showboat
  • Cowboy-themed fonts and colorful illustrations cascade across the interior walls of this Mardi Gras-like casino, clashing boldly with the patterned carpets lined with rows of slot machines.
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Taj Mahal
  • Taj Mahal
  • The famed Trump Taj Mahal casino features 5,000 slots and 210 table games, giving you ample opportunity to hit the jackpot (provided Lady Luck is on your side).
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The Borgata
  • The Borgata
  • Approaching Atlantic City via the Expressway at night time, it's hard to miss the tallest building in South Jersey: a striking tower illuminated with purple neon lights, standing out clearly amongst its fellow casinos and hotels of the strip.
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The Sands
  • The Sands
  • The Sands Hotel and Casino, the newly reincarnated version of the premier Las Vegas casino, raises the stakes on the Atlantic City Boardwalk. In 2007, the Sands Hotel was completely demolished, only to come back bigger and more luxurious than ever.
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Tropicana
  • Tropicana
  • The glittering Tropicana Casino, perched on the Boardwalk at the end of Brighton Avenue, is just stunning. Walking through the gilded doors, you're greeted with a high ceiling painted with fluffy white clouds against a strikingly realistic blue sky.
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Trump Plaza
  • Trump Plaza
  • Boasting the slogan "One Name Says It All," this casino is one of the many owned by "the Donald" in Atlantic City and is situated centrally on the Boardwalk, dominating the block between Florida and Mississippi Ave.
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