Atlantic City Hotels On The Boardwalk
Wondering where the best Atlantic City hotels on the boardwalk are? Atlantic City is the East coast sin city where we go to give away our salaries and houses, and to create new debts. Where, for whatever reason, we always arrive with hopes of winning, but always leave with nothing but an empty wallet and despair. Where, unfortunately, prostitution is illegal, but despite all these negatives about the lesser neon city, it always brings us back with the same hopes and dreams, only to take them right from our hands and destroy them yet again. During your time in Atlantic City, you might as well stay and enjoy the great hotels they have along the boardwalk.
- Bally's. Bally's Hotel and Casino is your place for a good time. Filled with many restaurants and bistros, both high class and moderate, you will never have to even leave the building. Be sure to stay clear of Pickles Deli; it is not a lovely meal. Within Bally's is the Wild Wild West Bar and Casino. The whole casino floor is designed as if it were an old western film with a 24-hour happy hour at the bar. Yes, that's right. 24 hours. The bar is also equipped with cowgirl dancers and little cowboys who walk around. There is also a mechanical bull ride which is always a good time.
- Tropicana. With a Lobby and shopping strip designed like an Italian villa, you are sure to enjoy the wonderful architecture. The Tropicana is a great stay if you want to feel like you're at home. It has normal restaurants and stores like Hooters, Starbucks, ice cream shops, delis, sports bars, even barbeque. They have a comedy club named The Comedy Stop where you can enjoy a nightly performance along with your dinner. Plus they've got that whole orange juice thing going for them.
- The Chelsea. The Chelsea Hotel in Atlantic City is a beautiful and peaceful resort. There is no casino which makes it nice to stay here to get away from all the gambling and obnoxious people. The rooms are beautiful and comfortable with amazing ocean views and the spa is peaceful as well as relaxing. You can enjoy a night of fine dining or dive into a delectable meal at their own diner, Teplitzky's. Not to mention, the bartenders within the walls of the Chelsea are sometimes something to write home about.
- Trump Marina. We'll be honest, the Trump Marina doesn't really have anything going on for itself unless you're willing to spend the extra buck for a fancy suite, but it does has the cheapest table minimum throughout the entire city. As in like one dollar Blackjack tables all day kind of cheap.
- Caesars. Caesars Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City is a prestigious building in a prime location. It is decorated with alluring columns in the fashion of Ancient Rome made to imitate the Coliseum. The hotel rooms are far from impressive. As you enter your key into the door to open it up, you're imagining giant cathedral-styled rooms with gold-coated furniture and laurel wreath headdresses and togas for your taking, but as you turn that handle you see nothing more than a bed, a table and four walls with a window here or there. Occasionally you'll see a chair or two. "Et tu, Brutus?" Et tu.
These hotels perched upon the Atlantic City Boardwalk are not the only hotels along the water, but a solid foundation to enjoy your visit in the gambling community. So choose your stay, blow away your money, and thank god that it is no longer the prohibition so you can spend even more money on alcohol to cope with losing that bundle of cash.