NJ’s Tropicana Atlantic City completes $50M renovation

Tropicana Atlantic City completed a $50-million renovation. The revitalization included upgrades to the property’s North Tower hotel rooms, a completely renovated casino with new games, an all-new AtlantiCare LifeCenter Fitness center and the addition of the Tropicana Multimedia Light and Sound Show.

The highlight of Tropicana's renovation project is a free multimedia light and sound show on the property's re-imagined Boardwalk facade. LED screens, strobe lights and continuous digital media displays light up the night in a choreographed multimedia light and sound show.

The multi-million dollar revitalization included a floor-to-ceiling makeover of Tropicana's 434 North Tower hotel rooms. Guests may now enjoy a new atmosphere created by the modern design featuring new lighting and expansive bathrooms.


Like this story? Subscribe to Hotel Design!

Hospitality professionals turn to Hotel Design as their go-to news source for the latest products, projects, and trends for hotel interior designers and architects. Sign up today to get news and updates delivered to your inbox and read on the go.

The renovation also includes a complete transformation of the North Tower casino floor, creating an all-new upscale modern look and feel. The new layout includes the addition of 10 North, a new lounge with a double-sided fireplace, new seating and bar-top slot machines and is scheduled to debut in July.

Four new retail locations located in The Quarter will welcome Tumi, women's boutique Marshall Russo, designer watch and jewelry purveyor Time After Time, and athletic wear from Step up.

Also as part of the renovation, the AtlantiCare LifeCenter Fitness opened through a partnership with AtlantiCare. This two-story, 12,455-square-foot fitness center offers fitness equipment, programming and amenities including locker rooms and showers, as well as studios dedicated for Yoga/Pilates, group indoor cycling and cardiovascular exercise classes. Guests enter through The Quarter entrance near Starbucks or from Brighton Avenue.

Casino Reinvestment and Development Authority funded these projects with Tropicana.

Steve Callender serves as the GM of Tropicana Atlantic City.

Tropicana Entertainment owns and operates eight casinos and resorts in Indiana, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada, Missouri, New Jersey and Aruba. Tropicana properties collectively have approximately 5,525 rooms, 8,035 slot positions and 304 table games. The company is based in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Suggested Articles

The company has allotted $40 million toward upgrades at the Bahia Principe Grand Tulum alone.

The Orleans' smaller size makes it suitable for more intimate bathrooms or those with distinctive footprints.

The latest designs offer new ways to control sound in rooms while maintaining the desired visual aesthetic.