As 2019 comes to a close, you are probably wondering how you will spend the New Year’s Eve. You are most likely on a tight budget, a consequence of the tough economic times. Despite this, you still want to welcome the New Year in style. It seems it is your lucky day, as the Hard Rock in Atlantic City has irresistible offers for you.
A news article published on Casino.org highlights that the Hard Rock Casino is offering its guests a special New Year’s Eve Package at only $2,020. The package will be inclusive of a one night stay in a Roxy Suite, a private dinner with unique wine pairings at the Council Oak fish, a bottle of champagne and two free tickets. For the tickets, you will have to choose between a ticket to Howie Mandel’s Comedy or DAER Nightclub.
As with every year, the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority will light up the sky with fireworks from as early as 9 pm. The fireworks will be set off from the Tropicana on the Boardwalk. With the fireworks being set off that early, guests of all ages are set to enjoy the spectacle.
Casinos across Atlantic City are also offering unique packages and most of them still have available rooms. Despite the favorable offers, you should come prepared to pay a premium rate for your stay. When compared to Las Vegas, the rates in Atlantic City are more affordable. According to a report by Casino.org last week, a two-night stay in a standard room in Las Vegas would have you part with $1,471, inclusive of taxes and resort fees.
For a similar stay at a resort in Atlantic City, you will part with $1,008 if staying at Borgata and $784 if staying at Harrah. Tropicana will be charging $854 while Caesars will be going for $736. The lowest charges are from a hotel on Boardwalk that is not a gaming venue, Showboat, which will be going for $580.
Reports from authentic sources have also hinted that the Prices have included the taxes and resort fees. All the rooms at the Golden Nugget have been booked for New Year’s Eve. Despite the rooms in Atlantic City being more affordable, the celebrities they will be hosting are not as popular as those who will be in Las Vegas.
Statistics for the third quarter that have recently been released, showed that the gross profits for the casinos in Atlantic City have increased. However, their hotel rooms were not booked as much as in 2018, and what’s funny is that the establishment ought to have sought for ways they could accommodate more people, and this could be the cause for a reduction in the numbers, but they didn’t.
The city has 15,102 hotel rooms, which had an 81.2 percent occupancy in 2019 as compared to 84.1 percent in 2018. The daily charges to the rooms also increased tremendously with Borgata recording the highest rate at $174.08. Revenue from gaming has also increased by 7.7 percent to 2.477 billion.