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New Jersey Shore Hotels

Bally's Atlantic City


  • Location
  • Variety of room options, including new Ruby Rooms
  • Spa


  • Standard rooms require refurbishment
  • Subpar dining and nightlife options

Updated 06/13/2012

Fodor's Review

Rooms come in a variety of styles at this beachfront property: the main building, the 1860 Dennis Hotel, incorporates traditional and contemporary interior schemes; Claridge Tower rooms are bright and airy; Garden Tower rooms are spacious and embrace environmentally friendly practices; and Bally's Tower rooms go art deco. That's to say nothing of the boutique hotel aesthetic in their newly renovated Ruby Rooms, with their sleek and modern red, white, brown—and zebra

print—furnishings. The spa facilities, with a multitiered complex of mosaic-tile whirlpools and an atrium pool with water-aerobics classes, are exceptional.

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Hotel Information


Boardwalk at Park Pl., Atlantic City, New Jersey, 08401, USA

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609-340–2000; 800-225–5977


Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 1,753 rooms, 100 suites
  • No meals

Updated 06/13/2012

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Dec 2, 2009

Bally's Atlantic City Review

I like Bally's for its variety of different activities such as bars/lounges, restaurants,slots and theme. My favorite is Bally's Wild Wild West. It holds my number one buffet Virgina City. The theme of a Wild West town is pretty cool. It's also a small walk to Ceasers and the new Pier Shopping Center. I also like two other restaurants. The 6ix Bistro has a far out $8.00 steak and egg breakfast. Jonny Rockets is a fun 60's cafe where the hostes

dance to Last Dance.

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Feb 21, 2006

Careful where you stay

I've stayed here several times. Whenever I go and am placed in the near ancient Dennis Tower (dating back to 1860 I believe) I've had a problem with the room. These rooms are rundown and often not cleaned properly. Some range from having spectacular views to no windows at all!! The rooms in the Clardige or Bally Tower are far nicer and well kept. I cant speak for the Garden Tower as I have never stayed there. The service is adequate but not

spectacular. The Garden Grill on the top floor of the Clardge section is a good value. I prefer to gamble in the Wild West portion, however Pennyville in Claridge is a good way to pass time but not go broke. Overall the place is decent and a good value as long as you avoid the dreaded Dennis Tower.

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