Atlantic City regulars have made Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa the number 1 casino hotel destination in the area since 2003. And it’s easy to figure out why. With Borgata’s headliner shows, great nightlife, first class dining, casino and poker room, how could anyone doubt it would become the leader in Atlantic City?
But Atlantic City insiders also know that it was in 2007 when Borgata truly became a complete destination with the opening of The Water Club Hotel.
Just check out the amenities at The Water Club, which completed the $600 million master plan for Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa.
The 43-story, $400 million hotel features 800 guestrooms and suites; Immersion, a two-story spa on the 32nd floor, 18,000 square feet of meeting and event space; three Residences modeled after chic, urban lofts; five heated pools – indoor and outdoor, each offering a distinct experience; and boutique retail shops including Hugo Boss, Just Cavalli and Fixation, while offering direct access to and from Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa.
That’s straight out of the brochure, but anyone who regularly stays at The Water Club will tell you there’s so much more to the experience than a simple list can convey. In a word, it’s elegance.
Check out this resume for a Vista room:
300-thread-count Egyptian cotton sheets
Sony 40″ LCD HD TV
Sony iPod docking station
Rain Dome shower heads
Lather bath products
Signature custom beds
High-speed internet access (*charges apply)
That’s living large. You can take virtual tours of all of Borgata’s classic rooms here.
And like the Borgata experience, fine food is a staple at The Water Club through the Sunroom Lounge with a menu of delicious bites created by Borgata’s Culinary Lifestyle Consultant and Iron Chef Geoffrey Zakarian. The lounge is an experience all to itself in a sun-filled space (well, in the daytime of course), cascading water and elegant gardens. It’s a great space to either begin the day with freshly squeezed juice and coffee, or relax and unwind at night with your favorite cocktail and tapas.
Zarkarian—who you know from Food Network’s “The Next Iron Chef”, “Super Chefs”, “Iron Chef America”, “CHOPPED” and “The Best Thing I Ever Ate’’—brings 20 years of experience to The Sunroom and all of The Water Club’s menus.
Add to that The Water Club’s indoor and outdoor pools and the full-scale indulgence of Immersion Spa—all in walking distance of Borgata’s nightlife, dining and entertainment options—and you have an unparalleled Atlantic City experience.
So come on down and stay awhile at Borgata’s Water Club Hotel and find out what the insider’s already know—nobody does Atlantic City like Borgata.