Resorts Casino is located in Atlantic City, New Jersey, and is a hotel-casino. Resorts Casino currently has limited or no dining options.
Massage: Swedish Massage, Heated Stone Massage, Shiatsu Massage
Salon Services: Facials
Sauna: Dry Sauna, Wet Sauna
Additional Services: Wraps, Fitness Center
KATIE TEDDER and her girlfriend, Julia Arikh, had endless options when they were deciding where they would celebrate Arikh's 30th birthday. Their choices included Atlantic City's Borgata Hotel, Casino & Spa, where the two have been longtime regulars. But as a recent Friday evening was melting into Saturday morning, the pair wasn't partying at AyCee's hippest adult playground but on the 13th floor at Resorts Atlantic City. For Tedder, 56, of Ewing Township, N.J., the visit was nothing less than a revelation. "I feel like I fit in here," she said gesturing toward the dance floor. "I am so proud I lived to see this."...read the rest
The city's oldest casino will turn back the clock by resurrecting the $2 blackjack table.
However, Resorts Atlantic City will also collect a 25-cent fee per hand for bets of between $2 and $5 at its new "Retro Blackjack" games.
The fee was approved Wednesday by the New Jersey Casino Control Commission and is the first of its kind in Atlantic City....read the rest
Credit Suisse Group AG has taken over New Jersey's oldest casino, becoming the second European bank in 16 months to claim ownership of a defaulting U.S. gambling resort.
Colony Capital LLC last week handed over Resorts Atlantic City's deed to mortgage holders led by Credit Suisse's Column Financial in lieu of foreclosure, after missing payments on a $360 million loan since November 2008. Credit Suisse had bundled $175 million of the loan into a commercial mortgage-backed security sold to other investors, according to documents filed with New Jersey's casino control commission. Resorts, the first U.S. casino outside of Nevada when it opened in 1978, becomes Atlantic City's first bank-owned casino. Deutsche Bank AG is paying to complete and open the $3.9 billion Cosmopolitan Resort & Casino in Las Vegas since it foreclosed on a $760 million loan to developer Ian Bruce Eichner last year....read the rest
Officials said Saturday's birth was the first time a baby has been born on a casino floor since legalized gambling came to Atlantic City in 1978.
Workers at the Resorts Casino said they pride themselves on service, but this weekend, it was the security guards who delivered---literally.
Security supervisor Charles Baldwin has worked at Resorts since the day it opened. But he said that he never helped bring a baby into the world on the casino floor.
“Her water broke and she just told us the baby was coming and we just laid her down on the floor and went from there,” said Baldwin....read the rest