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The Eclipse Pool at Ocean Resort Casino in Atlantic City, NJ


Mackenzie Bender, PR and communi- cations manager for Spooky Nook Sports, notes that The Warehouse Hotel is connected to Spooky Nook’s sports complex. “Starting with full access to our state-of-the-art fitness center, and easy access to our ever-changing rock- climbing walls, guests can fill their day with activities to keep their hearts rac- ing and adrenaline pumping.”


While it’s true that first impressions are important, sometimes they don’t tell the full story. While the hotel may look like a warehouse from the outside, “When you walk into the Warehouse


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Hotel, you’re greeted by an amazing lobby with none of the typical framed floral prints and vases of dried flowers you find in traditional hotels. Wood pal- lets that have been recycled from when the hotel was built grace the walls. Our amazing glazed concrete floors and stainless-steel front desk are far from your ‘normal’ hotel aesthetics.”


“We show off our former warehouse architecture with exposed piping and metal beams in our ceilings,” Bender continues. “Almost all of our rooms have remnants of the piping running through them as well, proving once


again, you are not staying at a standard hotel.”


The hotel offers energy efficiency throughout, including in guest rooms with the property’s energy conscious lighting system.


“Your room key activates the light switches in the room, so when you leave for the day, everything turns off, saving precious energy and resources,” explains Bender.


“Modern hotels are changing the vision of what people see when they hear the


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