Atlantic City Poker Vacations

Home to the highest concentration of poker rooms outside Las Vegas, Atlantic City is an incredible place to take a poker vacation. Reachable in just a couple short hours via car, bus, or train, from nearby metropolises such as New York City, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington D.C., or accessible via plane and train from farther off locales, Atlantic City has been a magnet for East Coast poker players for years.

Atlantic City Hotels

In particular, the Borgata is thought to be the premier poker destination not just in Atlantic City, but on the entire East Coast. With over 80 tables in their lavish poker room, players can find everything from cash games to multi-table tournaments to sit and gos running at the Borgata at all hours of the day, every day. Whether you’re a hold’em purist or enjoy other, more exotic poker variants, you’ll find everything being offered at the Borgata.

Also worthy of mentioning is the Tropicana. Situated at the southern end of the Atlantic City Boardwalk, the Tropicana’s poker room is well appointed and offers plenty of action 24/7. While it’s no Borgata, that also means you’ll likely find softer competition at this venue’s tables.

Getting to Atlantic City Poker Rooms

Atlantic City Transportation

Atlantic City Transportation

Traveling from one poker room to another in Atlantic Citycan be a bit tedious and the costs can add up quickly if you use the Jitney (close to $3 per trip) or cabs ($13 flat fee). The good news is that all of the Atlantic City hotels promoted by Cardplayer Lifestyle boast a free internal shuttle service, the Total Express Shuttle. The four shuttles operate from 10 a.m.–11 p.m., seven days a week, once an hour. While members of the Caesars Rewards Program can travel on the shuttle for free, it’s worth bearing in mind that you’re not allowed to take luggage with you.

Your Atlantic City Poker Vacation

Needless to say, you’ll need a place to stay while on your poker trip in Atlantic City. Cardplayer Lifestyle is proud to promote Harrah’s, Bally’s, and Caesars. As all of these casinos participate in the Total Rewards Program, playing at any of their top-notch Atlantic City poker rooms entitles you to earn valuable comp dollars that can be applied to your hotel room! Just click the links below for more great info about some of the top casino hotel establishments in Atlantic City.

Atlantic CityOnce you drop off your bags and head down to the poker room, be sure to ask the shift manager there how to get their poker room rate, if available, which can save you even more money. Especially on holidays or weekends or when big conventions roll into Atlantic City, this tip can becomes especially valuable to poker players, as standard room rates will likely be significantly higher.


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