We could book a ‘Centurion Tower, Two Queens’ room at Caesars Atlantic City Hotel and Casino. It was a nice room and bathroom, pretty standard size but fine for what we needed for a few nights with views back across the city. They do have a strange Wi-Fi restriction, you can only connect two devices each day. We don’t understand this but it is common across many Caesars properties we have stayed at.A good location in the middle of the main strip of AC hotels, you can walk straight out onto the seaside boardwalk. When we were there it was mid December (2018), so a lot of things were ‘closed for the season’ and even though we got some sunny days, it was very chilly and we mostly just walked/scooted along the vast boardwalk.
Price = $48.67 NZD per night (which was the resort fee) (Had we booked directly for this room the cost would have been $250.77 USD/$378.90 NZD per night (including all resort fees and taxes) and while we certainly wouldn’t have paid this to stay here, the complimentary nights are a great bonus from all our low end Wyndham stays)
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Our second stay at this hotel was at the end of March 2019, there were definitely more people around Atlantic City compared to our previous stay in mid December, but still not everything was open again yet. We walked the boardwalk and beach, watched the loaders and tractors get the beach ready for summer by pushing straw debris into the ocean and raking the sand.
For this stay we had a ‘Centurion Tower, Premium, Ocean View, Two Queens’ room, a slightly nicer room and bathroom to last time, similar size and furnishings and with views towards the ocean (despite the streaky windows)Price = $7.54 NZD per night (which was just the taxes) (Had we booked directly for this room the cost would have been $224.90 USD/$321.29 NZD per night (including all resort fees and taxes)