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The new DraftKings Sportsbook at Resorts Casino Hotel, Atlantic City, NJ


Resorts Casino Hotel Atlantic City, NJ


Following the completion of more than $125-million in recent property renovations, Resorts Casino Hotel, a Mohegan Sun property, has ann- ounced new expansions and amenities that will continue throughout 2019, fur- ther transforming the property into a vibrant entertainment destination with even more immersive offerings.


Over the last five years, Resorts has celebrated the openings of the $35-mil- lion Jimmy Buffet Margaritaville and Landshark Bar and Grill Entertainment Complex, a first-of-its-kind iGaming Lounge dedicated to the online gam- ing experience, a completely revamped casino floor with 800 new slot machines, new luxury VIP player lounges, a renovated Ocean Tower fea- turing 480 guest rooms, and the addi- tion of a $5 million conference center with 12,000-square feet of meeting and event space with state-of-the-art tech- nology.


Additionally, the casino recently launched the DraftKings Sports Book at Resorts, which features: 5,000-square feet of action; ultra-high definition LED


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video walls; 16 betting kiosks; five bet- ting windows; a VIP seating area with food and bottle service; an extensive list of sports betting odds and a view of all odds live; as well as a highly trained and knowledgeable staff.


“Since Morris Bailey purchased Resorts, it has undergone an overall transformation that really aligns with his vision for the property and has brought visitors of Atlantic City to our boutique-like hotel, along with an ele- vated level of service and entertain- ment that one can only expect from a powerhouse brand in the gaming and hospitality business,” said Mark Giannantonio, president and CEO of Resorts Casino Hotel. “With more than 21-acres on the famed Atlantic City boardwalk and significant improve- ments in the near future, Resorts Casino Hotel continues to position itself as a thriving, all-encompassing property, while increasing guest offer- ings and making crucial investments to encourage new and returning visitors to select Resorts as their go-to destina- tion for entertainment in Atlantic City.”


Resorts recently announced an expansion of its Landshark Bar and Grill. Fins Bar, as it will be known,


expects to celebrating its grand opening event on May 16, 2019, and will boast a 2,300-square foot boardwalk deck, a new large capacity bar complete with an additional 150 seats, more outdoor speakers, exterior string lights, cozy fire pits, exciting food and drink specials, plus live entertainment seven days a week.


Other recent additions at Resorts include the opening of Mukashi Traditional Sushi Bar along with Wet Willie’s Daiquiri bar.


Seaview, a Dolce Hotel Galloway, NJ


Situated on 670 scenic acres along Reed’s Bay, the award-winning Seaview, a Dolce Hotel, reopens to guests this summer following a multi-million dol- lar renovation that has transformed its 296 guest rooms and public spaces and updated the dining and meeting areas of this iconic property.


The renovation was inspired by the hotel’s celebrated Jersey Shore history and includes a hint of art deco nostal- gia. Just eight miles from Atlantic City, Seaview offers a serene, retreat-like set- ting to go along with its 27,000-square feet of event space. For meal functions,


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