A more discriminating crowd stays here off of the action-packed Boardwalk at the beautiful Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa. After its 2003 opening as the first new Atlantic City hotel property in 13 years, the five-star Borgata has maintained its popularity. High-quality nightlife, frequent casino upgrades and a focus on memorable food tells the tale. A distinctive interior favors subtle, European flair over loud, Vegas-inspired glitz. Notice plush attention to detail from slot machine footrests to dramatic staircases down to the pool and gardens.
The property offers five fine dining restaurants. There are four original properties and one expansion location, Old Homestead, having its original location in New York City. Two of the fine dining restaurants bear the names of their celebrity restaurateurs; Bobby Flay Steak and Wolfgang Puck American Grille. The property’s Italian restaurant is chef Stephen Kalt’s Fornelletto. Also part of the fine dining offerings, a Japanese cuisine restaurant, and Izakaya, billed as a “Modern Japanese Pub”.
The 161,000 square feet (15,000 m2) casino floor offers about 4,000 slot machines and 200 table games. Borgata’s poker program features daily tournaments and high-stake tournaments in conjunction with the World Poker Tour.
Borgata’s European-style spa, named Spa Toccare, is a 54,000-square-foot (5,000 m2) spa with a salon, a barbershop, a fitness center, an indoor pool and outdoor gardens.
– Business Center
– Fitness Center
– Room Service
– Swimming Pool