The nine Atlantic City casinos have announced million-dollar investments in their facilities despite their profits falling more than 80% last year due to COVID-19. In various statements to the media, the spokespersons have assured that they are preparing for a post-pandemic future, where the reduction in visitors increases competition.
Here are some of the investments prepared by gambling establishments in Atlantic City:
- Hard Rock: $ 20 million to renovate hotel suites, open a Starbucks store, buy new slots and table games, a new restaurant, and improved oceanfront services.
- Ocean Casino Resort: $ 15 million in casino floor improvements, as well as outdoor amenities like pools, cabanas, and the beach.
- Harrah's (Caesars Entertainment) - Opened three new restaurants, a new spa, and a renovated bar.
- Atlantic City Casino (Bally's Corp, formerly Caesars Entertainment): $ 90 million
It should be noted that numerous health and safety measures have been put in place since they reopened last July, including limiting the casino floor occupancy to 50%.
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