Not to worry! The spas at Borgata offer a variety of treatments that will help rebalance your wintertime blues, plus their expert staff have plenty of suggestions to help battle the impact of cold weather.
If you’re looking for a reason to unwind, relax, and perhaps have a little fun in the process, look no further than Borgata where we offer something for just about everyone, including ways to indulge and get your party on. We are, after all, the East Coast’s preeminent entertainment, dining, and resort destination. Need more motivation? Here are some of the top reasons to plan an escape to Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa.
Rob Thomas, the Grammy award-winning frontman and composer for Matchbox Twenty, will be showing off his personal side this January at Borgata’s Music Box. The celebrated performer plays three intimate shows on January 13 through 15, which will feature his signature solo vocals and style that fans have come to know and love.
It’s no surprise that we love pasta at Borgata, and our guests do, too. In fact, one of our most popular seminars, Gnow Your Gnocchi, is returning on January 14, 2017 at Fornelletto. Lucky participants will spend an afternoon sipping on wine and tasting savory bites while they learn how to make homemade gnocchi in this hands-on class.
Hardwell made his Premier Nightclub debut Thursday, Dec. 29 for Night 3 of Winter Music Week and did not disappoint.
With tables filled and the dance floor packed, Premier celebrated the final week of the year with the famed DJ. Hardwell played fan-favorite originals, including “Apollo” and “Reload”, as well as remixes of past and present radio hits, like “My Way” by Calvin Harris, and Dance chart-topper “Where R Ü Now.”
With another hectic holiday season behind us, there’s no better time for a little personal indulgence at Borgata Spas. And for the New Year, our spa specialists have got you covered head to toe.
At The Salon, treat yourself to a Euphoric Foot Ritual and receive a complementary Spa Day pass to enjoy all of our pools, gardens, lounges and facilities.
It didn’t matter if you were naughty or nice: Santa and his elves were more than happy to greet everyone who attended the Greater Atlantic City GLBT Alliance‘s Holiday Mixer on Monday, December 19. Attendees were asked to donate new gifts for Toys 4 Kids, and if the huge table of presents was any indication, the event was a sweeping success.
The holidays are coming to an end, but Premier Nightclub isn’t quite done celebrating this wonderful time of the year. Earlier this week, Cash Cash took the Premier Monday stage kicking off the venue’s Winter Music Week. Premier has top name DJs every week, but these few days of the year between Christmas and New Year (when we anxiously await a new chapter to begin) calls for something special. The venue is bringing some of the biggest DJs to one stage back-to-back nights.
One of the many joys of Christmas is the arrival of peppermint sticks – better known as candy canes. These tasty treats have the added bonus of being a great holiday decoration for the tree and coming in perfect holiday colors.
Candy canes have been around a long time. Folklore has it that they were the brainchild of a German choirmaster all the way back in 1670. He wanted a treat that would keep children quiet during nativity services and asked the candy maker to make the peppermint sticks look like the crooks carried by the shepherds that visited the baby Jesus – you know, to Christmas them up a bit.
Today we offer up another classic Christmas confection that’s sure to make your holiday dessert table a standout this season – namely the Peppermint-Chocolate Whoopie Pie from Borgata Baking Company.
What? You’re not familiar with the whoopie pie? Your grandma never made whoopie pies for Christmas?