Borgata Hotel to undergo $50M redesign project

Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa unveiled details of its $50-million room redesign project. Scheduled for completion in July, the project will refresh all 1,566 guestrooms and corridors.

The redesigned rooms feature 300-thread-count Egyptian cotton sheets with Fili D'oro linens, hypoallergenic poly-filled pillows, and Borgata's signature beds. The bathrooms feature oversized showers for a spa-like atmosphere.

 

Each redesigned guestroom has similarly been outfitted with a 46 inch flat-screen TV, Internet access and a Bittel integrated phone unit offering multimedia functionality, including speakers, clock radio and alarm, iPod charger and player and a USB charge port.

Located at Renaissance Pointe in Atlantic City, Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa features 2,000 guest rooms and suites; 161,000 square feet of gaming; 182 gaming tables; 3,475 slot machines; the largest poker room in Atlantic City with over 80 tables; 11 retail boutiques; six fine dining; six casual dining options; a 54,000 square foot spa; 70,000 square feet of event space; four signature nightlife experiences; and parking for 7,100 cars.

The resort also features the Water Club at Borgata, with 800 guest rooms and suites; a 36,000 square foot spa; 18,000 square feet of meeting space; six designer retail boutiques; and five heated indoor and outdoor pools.

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