Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa
Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa
Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa in Atlantic City offers an unparalleled travel experience on the East Coast. The 2,000 room stylish casino-hotel, located at Renaissance Pointe, presents a destination designed to rival those once found only in cities such as New York City and Las Vegas.
After igniting Atlantic City’s revival with its 2003 opening as the first new hotel property in 13 years, Borgata – a joint venture between Boyd Gaming and MGM MIRAGE – has experienced overwhelming popularity and near-capacity occupancy since its debut.
Designed in classic Italian style, the casino hotel’s 2,000 guest rooms and suites include six tiers of chic accommodation — 1,600 Classic Rooms (460 square feet); 313 Fiore Suites (700 square feet); 8 Studio Suites (900 square feet); 39 Opus Suites (1,000 square feet); 40 Piatto Suites (1,500 square feet); and two Residences (5,000 square feet). Stylish amenities, including floor-to-ceiling windows; 300-thread-count Egyptian cotton sheets and Egyptian cotton bath sheets; ultra-comfortable custom-made Sealy Plush mattresses; large bathrooms with granite countertops and marble walls and floors; oversized glass-enclosed showers with therapeutic showerheads and body sprays; high-speed internet access, and three phones, each with dual lines, are included in each suite and room in the hotel.
With a 161,000-square-foot casino floor incorporating 4,100 slot machines and 200 table games, Borgata puts the high-octane excitement of casino gaming on display in all its glory. Among the available table games are poker, blackjack, roulette, Baccarat, novelty games, Racebook, Pai Gow tiles and Sic Bo. Borgata’s preeminent poker program continues to gain momentum with daily tournaments in Borgata's 85-table Poker Room, the largest in Atlantic City.
Borgata’s 12 destination restaurants bring a world of culinary experiences to Atlantic City including the New York–landmark Old Homestead Steakhouse. Acclaimed chefs Bobby Flay, Michael Mina, Wolfgang Puck, Michael Schulson and Stephen Kalt join Borgata's stellar lineup of fine dining restaurants with Bobby Flay Steak, SeaBlue, Wolfgang Puck American Grille, Izakaya and Fornelletto. Also on-site: The Metropolitan Café, Oyster Bar and Gelato Bar; Gypsy Bar; B Bar; Borgata Buffet, and Noodles of the World (N.O.W.) and Roma.
Today's headline acts perform at Borgata's entertainment venues. The 2,400 seat Borgata Event Center has been host to the likes of Pearl Jam, Gwen Stefani, Sting, Carly Simon, Kelly Clarkson, Aerosmith and Lenny Kravitz. The Music Box, a 1,000-seat theater hosts more intimate events and is home to Borgata's nightly Comedy Club. Live bands and pulse-pounding beats can be found at Borgata's four nightlife hotspots:
With a variety of original nightlife concepts under one roof including Gypsy Bar (Borgata's resident rock and tequila bar), B Bar (Borgata's ultra-lounge), MIXX (Borgata's nightclub), and mur.mur, an intimate nightclub experience with celebrity guest DJs, Borgata offers guests the ultimate sense of nightlife escapism.
Borgata’s European-style, 54,000-square-foot Spa Toccare, complete with salon, fitness center and barbershop, is the place to relax and escape in Atlantic City. Spa Toccare offers an extensive menu of rejuvenating treatments, while The Barbershop is a bastion of masculinity complete with a pool table and shoe shine. Guests seeking a relaxing respite can find it in the indoor pool and outdoor gardens.