Bally's Atlantic City
About the Hotel
Why We Love This Hotel
- Located steps from the Atlantic City boardwalk’s multitude of shopping and dining options
- 24-hour casino with over 100,000 square feet of gaming space
- Houses celebrity chef Guy Fieri's Chophouse restaurant
Located steps from the Atlantic City boardwalk’s multitude of shopping and dining options, Bally’s Atlantic City offers budget-friendly accommodations with round-the-clock entertainment for guests.
The hotel’s 104,000-square-foot, 24-hour casino has 1,840 slot machines and 170 table games on the recently renovated gaming floor. Live bands and DJs provide entertainment to the Wild West-themed Mountain Bar’s lively crowd each weekend, while a total of six bars, including Bally’s Beach Bar (open seasonally), keep the cocktails flowing. For the cowboy at heart, a mechanical bull stands ready for that infamous eight-second ride. The resort’s 11 restaurants range from the upscale Chophouse by celebrity chef Guy Fieri to the casual, family-friendly Buca di Beppo.
An impressive pool and spa facilities set this hotel apart from the rest. The indoor pool sits beneath an atrium, allowing the absorption of natural light year-round without the burden of unpredictable weather. The pool area also has seven mosaic-tiled whirlpools and a seasonal outdoor deck. The spa hosts 10 treatment rooms, two steam rooms and three saunas. Access to the pool is $5 per hotel guest per day during the week (Monday-Thursday) and $10 per hotel guest on weekends (Friday-Sunday) and holidays.
With over 1,700 guest rooms, the hotel offers several price points to suit different budgets. The Dennis Tower has the most wallet-friendly options, while the more posh, recently renovated Jubilee rooms offer more style at slightly elevated costs.
A resort fee of $23.68 per night, plus tax, is applicable. The fee covers basic Wi-Fi, fitness center access and unlimited local calls.