New Jersey Beach Resorts

When the sun has set and a day at the beach has become a wonderful memory, it's time to get a good dinner and turn in for the night. Countless resorts along New Jersey beaches extend hospitality to those enjoying a trip to the shore. Whether it's a short, romantic getaway, a week-long family vacation, or something else entirely, reservations are at only of the many New Jersey beach resorts will give vacationers somewhere comfortable and welcoming to spend the night.

Atlantic City beach resorts are some of the most famous vacation spots on all of the East Coast, and some of the most elegant. Just steps from the boardwalk and miles of shoreline, eleven New Jersey beach resorts and casinos offer around-the-clock gaming, along with unique personality, ambiance, and amenities.

New Jersey Beach Resorts
New Jersey Beach Resorts

Three of these New Jersey seaside resorts bear the name Trump. With five-star service and luxury, the Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort offers more than 2,000 rooms, table games, thousands of slot machines, a nightclub, top-notch shopping, and top-name concerts. While each guestroom is well-appointed and welcoming; several different designs and sizes are available, from the must luxurious suites to stylish rooms with queen-sized bed. With marble or granite countertops, flat-screen TVs, and on-demand movies, the list of amenities is quite striking. The Trump Plaza Hotel & Casino and Trump Marina Casino Resort also combine gaming, elegant accommodations, and seaside views. And the marina isn't just a fancy name. Like some resorts on the New Jersey shore, guests can arrive by boat.

While the casino towers along the Atlantic City beaches are some of the best known, the list of New Jersey beach resorts isn't limited to the central coast. From Sandy Hook in the north down to the Cape May beaches, vacationers can find resorts on the New Jersey shore that turn a trip to the beach into a full-fledged vacation.

Along the north shore, towns like the Highlands, Point Pleasant, Asbury Park, and Belmar Beach form the backdrop of vacation plans when the mercury rises and school's out for the season. Many oceanfront resorts in New Jersey are perched along the coast here, all easy to access from Manhattan and Philadelphia.

White Sands Oceanfront Resort & Spa
White Sands Oceanfront Resort & Spa

Like other resorts on the New Jersey Shore, the White Sands Oceanfront Resort & Spa offers fantastic views and a wide variety of experiences. Guests are invited to a private stretch of Point Pleasant beachfront, so they don't have to worry about tags or big crowds; what a wonderful feature of New Jersey beach resorts. Along with playing in the surf, guests enjoy the heated indoor poor, full-service spa, and the well-equipped gym. When it's time to relax, visitors can retreat to their spacious rooms. White Sands offers efficiency rooms, suites, and other options, many with ocean views.

Many New Jersey seaside resorts are located on barrier islands, where beaches seem to stretch for miles on end. Along the Long Beach Island beaches, Ocean City, Absecon Island (where Atlantic City is found), and Seven Mile Island, resorts burst to life in the summertime. Just a short stroll from the Ocean City Boardwalk lies Biscayne Suites. No matter which one of the 64 suites guests stay in, they'll have plenty of room to stretch out. All of the rooms have kitchenettes, while some have private balconies and dining rooms. This family-friendly resort also features a sundeck with ocean views, a heated outdoor pool, satellite TV, and complimentary beach tags.

Acropolis Oceanfront 
Acropolis Oceanfront Resort

Along the Wildwoods beaches in Cape May County, New Jersey seaside resorts along a wide ribbon of white sand and an exciting boardwalk at the southern tip of the state. More than 12,000 guestrooms are found here, everything from funky 1950s facades and charming bed and breakfasts to the newest in luxury accommodations. The Acropolis Oceanfront Resort gives a taste of the Mediterranean along the New Jersey shore. Its rooms, suites, and efficiencies include private decks and many overlook the Atlantic Ocean. Guests also enjoy access to a heated Olympic-sized pool, limo service from local transportation centers, meals in the Aegean Room restaurant, all a short walk from the beach and boardwalk.

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