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- 98%Family Travelers
Member Reviews (8)
- RevelMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness TravelersSep 02, 2013
This place is so nice but so empty. Inside and out, it looks like it would fit right in with the new casinos in Las Vegas like Aria and Cosmopolitan, but it's a little sad when you're there on a Friday afternoon and the place is deserted. At one point we were looking around and counted more dealers than players. Hopefully they can start attracting more people. The dining options and casino floor certainly stand out as the best on the boardwalk.
- RevelOct 22, 2012
Having stayed in Atlantic City a few times before, I didn't know what to expect when coming to Revel. I was amazing surprised and how beautiful this resort is. The ocean views seemed to be around every single turn. The rooms are ultra modern with a contemporary decor. Revel brings new life into Atlantic City. Loved the stay and would come again. http://www.jets-inc.com
- RevelOct 21, 2012
Though it is the newest casino in Atlantic City, it also seems to be the most expensive. Village Whiskey is a great Village Whiskey is the place to be if you love a good drink. There's more than six dozen whiskeys including a double-barrel bourbon, a 21-year rye, and a 25-year single malt. If you’re feeling adventurous, hop on a whiskey flight: a collection of three 1 oz. samples. Their signature Maine Angus burger is the best around. If you like Spanish food, Amada is a must. Iron Chef Jose Garces transports you to Spain with both the food and atmosphere. Definitely try the crab-stuffed piquillo peppers. Pay for parking at one of the kiosks by the exit before you head into the parking garage.
- RevelOct 18, 2012
This is the newest casino in Atlantic City, having just opened in the summer of 2012 and billed as the savior of the Atlantic City market. A visit to Ivan Kane's Royal Jelly Burlesque NightClub is a must. Though the line was long to get in HQ, the newest and biggest nightclub in Atlantic City, the wait was well worth it. Though guys had to pay a cover charge of $20, girls got in for free. With mixed drinks priced at $15 and up and beers at $8 a bottle, we did not stay here too long. All of the table games I saw were a $25 minimum. The basic rooms have huge marble bathrooms with sliding frosted doors and awesome views of the beach below. The next morning we went to the Indoor Outdoor Pool which has flat screens TVs and I even saw some kids playing Wii. The outdoor portion of the pool overlooks the beach and Atlantic Ocean and the food was good and convenient,but expensive.Recommended for:Family Travelers