Harrah's Waterfront Tower Opens
Harrah's Atlantic City opened the Waterfront Tower this past weekend, the first in a potential deluge of expansion projects and new resorts coming to Atlantic City in the next few years. While certainly not as architecturally sexy as MGM Grand Atlantic City or Revel it is still a solid, good looking 44 story hotel tower that will keep Harrah's in the game (somewhat) when The Water Club at Borgata opens in early June 2008.
The Waterfront Tower joins the domed pool and spa which opened last year. The total tally for the Harrah's upgrade which also included upgrades to the casino, retail and restaurants will come to about $550 million dollars when all is said and done.
Frankly, I'm a bit surprised by the lack of hootin' and hollarin' about the opening of this property, but with a bajillion Harrah's owned casinos in Atlantic City, I'm tempted to think that the public is viewing the opening of the Waterfront Tower as a polished up version of the same old thing.
A neato photo of Harrah's AC towers At Sunset
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