Summer Scene In Full Force As Multiple AC Casinos Reopen Pools
If New Jersey residents weren’t already in the full swing of summer, the updated Atlantic City pool scene should help. Several Atlantic City casinos just reopened their pools, creating lots of additional fun ways to enjoy yourself.
While many love to gamble or experience different restaurants around the area, there’s nothing quite like lounging by the pool in the summer heat.
Garden State residents don’t have any shortage of options, either. The pools at Resorts, Caesars, and Bally’s reopened this month.
Even those who visit Atlantic City often are in for a treat, as both Resorts and Caesars underwent plenty of enhancements in these areas. Let’s take a closer look at what amenities each provides for the rest of this summer.
Atlantic City casino pools reopen
There are many great options when it comes to finding a quality pool to spend your time at in Atlantic City. However, recent renovations will likely have lots of visitors lining up at both Resorts Casino and Caesars, as they each made significant upgrades for guests.
Resorts AC pool remodel
Resorts opened its newly improved pool deck on Tuesday, July 26. The area is sure to make heads turn, as the $4 million renovation is finally complete.
The casino features a new, 45,000-gallon pool, but most importantly, a retractable roof to allow the pool to be used throughout the entire year. This new structure includes 248 different glass panels that stretch over the entire pool. It stands 20 feet in the air and makes Resorts the only location in AC with a setup like this.
The roof opens and closes with ease, while including both an air conditioning and heating system.
Resorts’ new pool extends 50-feet long, 26-feet wide, and is positioned on the third floor of the Ocean Tower. This provides some incredible views of the beach and AC Boardwalk.
In addition to the pool itself, Resorts added 100 new lounge seats in the pool enclosure and sun deck. There is also a 12-seat bar ready to make your favorite cocktail, as well as a renovated fitness center.
Outside of swimming and laying in the sun, the deck area is a great option for gatherings like parties and weddings. And now with a retractable roof, the Resorts pool is available year-round.
Hotel guests can attend the pool daily, opening at 9 a.m. and closing at 8 p.m. during the summer.
Caesars pool deck transformed
Although Caesars AC doesn’t showcase an entirely new pool, it did make several adjustments. Its new design includes two separate levels of seating, with modern lounge seats, daybeds, and cabanas.
This new experience is located on the rooftop of Qua Baths and Spa, with another fantastic view of the city around you.
As part of the $200 million poured into upgrading the facility, Caesars guests will have the ability to enjoy their favorite drinks at the pool bar.
Since capacity is somewhat limited, reservations are required for those staying at the hotel. Securing a chair costs $10, compared to the daybeds starting at $50.
Guests can appreciate both great food and beverage, as the Caesars mobile app allows you to order cuisine from any of the hotel’s restaurants.
The pool deck is now open seven days a week, as of Friday, July 22. You must be at least 21 years old to attend, while the pool hours begin at 10 a.m. and close at 6 p.m.
The area also is utilized for nightlife events, as a live DJ is playing music for several hours each night of the weekend. Between 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. on every Thursday through Sunday, guests can enjoy some drinks, dancing, and music.
Bally’s pool now open
Despite the fact that Bally’s recent projects that totaled $100 million for its property didn’t include a pool upgrade, there’s still lots to be excited about. In between visits to its new rotating Carousel Bar and The Yard, hotel guests can take part in Bally’s pool and fitness center completely free of charge.
There’s a quality indoor pool at your convenience, along with an outdoor bar and observation deck all summer long.
Pool attendees must be at least 21, or with an adult, as there’s no lifeguard on duty. The pool is now open for use, available daily from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.