Caesars Atlantic City

Caesars Atlantic City follows the tradition and theme of its world famous sister resort in Las Vegas. It pays homage to the omnipotent era of the Kings of the Ancient Roman Empire – the all powerful Caesars of Rome. The hotel-casino reflects the opulence of the ancient civilisation with imported marble, flowing fountains and life size copies of the exquisite statues made so very famous by Michelangelo.

Caesars was the second hotel to open its doors to legalised gaming in 1979, and now boasts a casino floor of over 124 000 sq ft, housing over 3400 slots and a variety of table games.

The signature feature of Caesars Atlantic City is the Pier at Caesars. It is a $175 million dollar entertainment and shopping complex and is linked to the casino by a skybridge. It juts out into the ocean, offering fantastic views from virtually every one of its 7 restaurants.

Shopping at the Pier is not for the faint hearted – names like Gucci, Tiffany, Hugo Boss and Cache are names and brands that dominate.

Gaming at Caesars

Apart from the slots and video games, Caesars offers a number of areas dedicated to one form of gambling or another.

  • Palace East is the Asian Gaming Area and the entire room has been designed to bring good luck to the hundreds of pundits which pour into the area every day. The designers have borrowed from the ancient philosophies of Feng Shui, I Ching and Yin and Yang, in an effort to create an area of overwhelming good fortune.
  • Racebook & Keno Section – there is a dedicated non-smoking area for sports punters and keno players, which can accommodate over sixty people per sitting. An entire wall is covered by 60” monitors that display the main race of the moment. A new keno game starts every five minutes and there is a choice of either Caesar’s or Cleopatra’s games.
  • The dedicated poker area offers 24 gaming tables, and all the traditional forms of poker are available.
  • Over 3000 slots are up for grabs and cover limits from 1 cent to $1000
  • Palace Court is the high limit gaming salon and is only for the very experienced or very wealthy gambler. There are 13 blackjack tables, a single roulette wheel, baccarat and a craps table.


Entertainment has become a draw card on its own, and the Circus Maximus houses seating for 1500 yelling fans. Caesars has always managed to attract the very best performers of the day, and class acts Celine Dion, Sheryl Crow and Jerry Seinfeld have entertained at Caesars in the past. Upcoming events include Jay Leno, Julio Iglesias, Tony Bennett and Howie Mandel.