Atlantic City Cheap Hotels in Atlantic City

Just an hour from "Philly", on America's eastern Seaboard, is this favorite gambling seaside resort town. Boasting glitzy casino hotels and large chain hotels with great prices, Atlantic City has all the top drawer services, facilities, decor and dining you might need.

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When to visit based on price

Your best time of year to visit Atlantic City, and realize savings on hotel rates and airfare is between September and November. You should also be rewarded with fewer vacationers and less crowds. Keep in mind that for travelers who are only interested in the Casino’s, these can be busy all year long,

Key Attractions

When one thinks of Atlantic City, thoughts immediately go to the Boardwalk, Casino’s and the beaches. The Boardwalk was created back in 1870’s, and it’s 4 miles of wood and two iconic piers contain bars, shops, restaurants and amusement parks. This is an excellent environment to take a long walk while enjoying that bag of salt-water toffee.

You’ve probably never heard of Lucy the Margate Elephant, but you might want to visit her. Located around five miles out of town, this six-story elephant was built in 1881 to attract homebuyers. Today you can climb up to the platform on her back for awesome views of Atlantic Beach. If you tour her belly, you’ll be in what was once a “secret beer garden” back during Prohibition.

No doubt your want to visit a casino or two while in Atlantic City, for sure Caesars Palace and the shops. However, there’s one very special and top attraction here in Atlantic City, and that’s Wild Wild West Casino located in Bally’s. This is especially true for the younger crowds, because the music is always good and bars are lively, and usually full. As per the name, it’s a western theme here, right down to the ladies outfits.

Having Fun

There’s plenty of fun for all ages in Atlantic City, with its casino action, shows, amusement park rides, and of course the beaches and watersports.


You will find the Pier Shops at Caesars to your liking if you won large on the gaming tables. Names like Gucci, Salvatore Ferragamo and Burberry are found here and more is your funds can survive. If you are more budget minded, or had a not so fulfilling gambling experience, the Atlantic City Outlets are a great place for good bargains too.


Your close enough for a day trip to the “City of Brotherly Love”, Philadelphia. Here you can check out the crack in the “Liberty Bell”, Visit their excellent Philadelphia Zoo and get up close with a Snow Leopard and more. Check out some of the foods that make this city famous, like Soul Food, and more. If you really want to see Philadelphia, see it from the air. The Zoobaloon is a helium-filled balloon with a gondola that holds up to 30 guests. It takes you 400 ft above the ground for spectacular viewing of the city.

Another destination for a day trip off the boardwalk is Historic Smithville, which for those who didn’t get their fill of shopping the malls can fulfill fantasies. These shops are small boutique shops, making you feel you are back in the 1800’s.

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