Tropicana Casino & Resort Atlantic City

Tropicana Casino & Resort Atlantic City

Coordinates: 39°21′08″N 74°26′44″W / 39.3523°N 74.4456°W / 39.3523; -74.4456

Tropicana Casino & Resort
Location Atlantic City, New Jersey
Address 2831 Boardwalk
Opening date November 23, 1981
Theme Old Havana
No. of rooms 2,129
Total gaming space 148,000 sq ft (13,700 m2)
Signature attractions The Quarter
Casino type Land-based
Owner Tropicana Entertainment
Operating license holder Tropicana Atlantic City Corp.
Previous names TropWorld Resort
Years renovated 1996, 2003, 2004, 2007
Website www.tropicana.net

The Tropicana Casino & Resort Atlantic City is a luxury hotel, casino, and spa resort located on Brighton Avenue and the Boardwalk in Atlantic City, New Jersey. It is owned by Tropicana Entertainment and is one of the largest hotels in New Jersey with just over 2,000 rooms. Tropicana has over 3,000 slot machines and 135 table games and also features The Quarter, a shopping mall located in the complex.

Read more about Tropicana Casino & Resort Atlantic City:  History, Gaming, Dining, Entertainment, Nightclubs, Spa & Salon, The Quarter, Controversy, Incidents

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