The Tropicana Casino and Resort Atlantic City enjoys a fantastic downtown location on the Boardwalk. The actual address of the resort is 2831 Boardwalk. Among other things, guests are close to shops, restaurants, and the beach. At the resort itself, plenty of other tempting things await, including a lively casino, a soothing spa, and an IMAX theater. This is one of the most complete hotels in Atlantic City, so staying entertained is a breeze for guests. Perhaps the only difficult thing at the Tropicana Casino and Resort is deciding when to sleep, as the options for things to do cover both day and night.
There are more than 2,000 guest units at the Tropicana Casino and Resort Atlantic City. These units are housed in different towers and include both rooms and suites. All of the Tropicana Atlantic City rooms and suites are spacious and contemporary and feature free Wi-Fi and cable TV. Other standard amenities include climate control, voicemail, an iron, and a hair dryer. The suites are oversized and take things to a more premium level. The most exclusive suite at the Atlantic City Tropicana is the Park Avenue Suite. Perched on the 50th floor, this elegant retreat features three bedrooms, four baths, a bar, and even a grand piano. Special lodging packages are often available at the Tropicana Atlantic City and can include such things as dining experiences, health club admission, free slot play, and gift cards for The Quarter at Tropicana. The Quarter, it should be noted, was the largest nongaming expansion in Atlantic City history and features a wealth of entertainment options.
Much like the larger Las Vegas resorts, the expansive Tropicana Atlantic City offers a wide variety of onsite dining venues. Fine dining establishments like the FIN seafood restaurant (pictured) and the Il Verdi Italian restaurant are ideal for special occasions or those times when you just want to treat yourself to an extra satisfying sit-down meal. Complementing the fine dining restaurants at the Tropicana Atlantic City are more than a dozen casual restaurants, the likes of which include a burger joint, two sports bars, a pizzeria, an Irish pub, a Mexican restaurant, and a buffet. A variety of “quick bite” eateries can also be found at the Tropicana Casino and Resort Atlantic City. These eateries specialize in such things as sandwiches, wraps, pastries, ice cream, and gourmet coffees. Whatever you have a taste for, the Tropicana restaurants most likely have you covered, and should dining in be the aim, room service is available.
For nightlife enthusiasts, the Tropicana can make for an excellent Atlantic City travel base. The resort offers 12 different bars, lounges, and clubs, and there are happy hour specials every day of the week. Among the more renowned nightlife venues at the Tropicana Atlantic City is the Boogie Nights nightclub (pictured). This club likes to celebrate the 70s and 80s and features a huge disco ball to go with its lighted dance floor. When a change of scene is in order, you and your group can head over to the Planet Karaoke Bar and test your singing skills or venture over to the popular Hooters for some casual food and fun. The Tropicana Atlantic City even has its own comedy club and a performing arts showroom that is known to play host to big name music acts.
The Tropicana Casino and Resort is one of the premier Atlantic City gambling destinations. On hand at the Tropicana Casino are more than 2,600 slot machines and 170 table games. Visitors will also find an onsite poker room and the lively Rumba Lounge. The Rumba Lounge is found right in the heart of Tropicana’s casino and displays popular sporting events on its plasma TVs. Open seven days a week, this lounge also offers bar-top video poker, a satisfying variety of domestic and foreign beers, and a friendly staff. Regardless of how much Tropicana Casino guests wish to gamble, it can be a good idea to apply for Casino Credit. This allows for added peace of mind, as it eliminates the need to carry cash. Better yet, there are no hidden fees or charges for Casino Credit.
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When a break from the beach, the shops, the restaurants, and the abundant nightlife is in order, guests of the Tropicana Atlantic City can change things up and relax by the resort’s outdoor pool. At least during the warmer months. This seasonal pool on the sixth floor of the North Tower comes complete with a bar that serves up drinks and snacks. The Tropicana Casino and Resort also offers a heated indoor pool. This small pool is part of the Tropicana Health Club, which is found on the sixth floor of the South Tower and also features steam baths, dry saunas, and a hot tub. The Health Club and pool are open daily. A fee is charged for the exercise room.