Tropicana Atlantic City announces multi-phase renovations

Tropicana Casino & Resort Atlantic City announced a series of renovation projects that will include major improvements to its guestrooms, restaurants and casino floor, as well as changes to its nightlife offerings.

Construction will begin in the Fall 2012 and will be completed by the end of the year.

Included in the plans are renovations to 16 floors of the North Tower, which include 437 standard rooms and junior suites. Overseeing the design and aesthetics are Bergman Walls and Associates, Atlantic City-based SOSH Architects and Steelman Partners. The new rooms will feature contemporary furnishings, graphic carpeting, textured wall coverings and modernized bathrooms.

In addition, a new Italian fine dining restaurant will be introduced and will offer a private dining room and 150 seats. The new Italian restaurant will be located next to FIN with a Trattoria anchoring the two gourmet restaurants.

The new Trattoria, a restaurant-within-a-restaurant, will offer guests a casual Italian Café dining experience. The aesthetic features hardwood floors, textured brick walls, a brick pizza oven and pendant lights.

Tropicana opened the Boogie Nights dance club, which features sound, lighting and interactive environments. They will also expand Tango’s Lounge. The expanded space will include over 30 additional seats, a new dance area and a relocated stage adjacent to Boogie Nights.

Additionally, the casino floor will be enhanced with close to a $4-million investment in over 150 slot games.

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