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  • Hard Rock Atlantic City Summer Debut

    Grand Opening of Hard Rock will happen this summer in Atlantic City It’s been almost a year since the Seminole Tribe of South Florida — which owns the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino brand – announced it had purchased, with two local businessmen,

  • Nathaniel Rateliff Does Bruce Springsteen Atlantic City

    Nathaniel Rateliff Does Bruce Springsteen Atlantic City   For all us Nathaniel Rateliff fans, this Atlantic City version  cuts right through you.   On Monday, Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats visited The Tonight Show

  • UFC Coming to Atlantic City

    UFC Fans Should be Thrilled in Atlantic City The UFC’s return to Atlantic City, N.J., has its main event. This is a big fight guys, and will draw a huge crowd The promotion is close to finalizing Edson Barboza vs. Kevin Lee as the

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Atlantic City also known as "America's favorite playground" or the new 21st century "DoAC" first hotel was built in 1853. By 1874 almost 500,000 people per year were coming to Atlantic City. Another hotel called the United States Hotel held 2000 guests. It was the largest in the nation. Atlantic City Boardwalk was built in 1870 and grew in length to 7 miles. In 1944 a hurricane destroyed much of it. During the early 1900's Atlantic City was booming. It's fascinating to know the history of Atlantic City of what hotels were located where, and were eventually knocked down to make room for the landscape we see today. For example the classic Marlborough-Blenheim made room for Bally's Atlantic City. The 1960's brought despair to Atlantic City hotels. Finally in 1976 gambling was approved. This would begin a new boom for Atlantic City hotels. Resorts the first casino, was converted from the old Chalfonte-Haddon Hall Hotel. So began a new era in construction of Atlantic City hotels and casinos. This era lasted until a few years ago when Atlantic City again took a negative turn. In 2014 three Atlantic City hotels and casinos were closed. The good news is in 2015, money is pouring back into Atlantic City. The Revel was bought, Claridge redone, the Tropicana and Borgata are pumping millions into improvement. While the nostalgia of Atlantic City like horses diving into water, Mr. Peanut roaming the Boardwalk are history, the new Steel Pier improvements, and Atlantic City shopping experiences show for a bright future for the only city in the United States that has beach, boardwalk, entertainment, fine restaurants and gambling.