Sadly many people did write off Atlantic City after the financial crash of 2008, for in the years following the meltdown, visitor numbers dropped through the floor, which saw the demise of many casinos in that once major gambling destination and holiday destination.
As it always the case regarding land based casinos, it is the survival of the fittest and it would appear that Atlantic City has finally got over its dry spell of visitors, for income generated by the many casinos that stuck it out and remained opened, along with the new casinos that have recently opened, is on the increase.
One casino that you may be aware of which is based there is the Borgata Casino, we reported a few days ago that they won the award for the 2018 property of the year at the Global Gaming Expo, well they are already trying to cash in on their new found fame.
The Borgata Casino have put together a range of vacation specials, which are proving to be very popular, and as this is the year they celebrate their 15th year of operation, there will be plenty of them going live in the very near future ,too.
If you do get the urge to pay the casino resort a visit, then you will likely not be disappointed – room and suite prices are very reasonable, much more so if you take them up on their current offers and deals, and the gaming floor is huge at some 161,000 square foot.
With 4000 gaming machines of every possible description, and some 180 gaming tables along with a standalone poker room there really is something for everyone.
Steven is a seasoned freelancer writer from Coventry in the UK. He specialises in writing about the gambling industry and aims to provide unbiased, trustworthy and high quality content to the public. Whilst away from his freelance writing work he enjoys watching the football and following the F1.