How Atlantic City’s Ocean Casino Resort Is Bouncing Back

When New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced the immediate closure of Atlantic City’s casinos on March 16 last year to reduce the spread of COVID-19, the future was anything but certain. But instead of sitting in the dark, one casino resort identified the silver lining, remained hopeful, and decided to bet big on the future.

“When everything shut down last year, we took the opportunity to step back and assess what we could do to improve our property,” explains Ocean Casino Resort CEO Terry Glebocki, the sole female to hold the title at any area casino. “So upon reopening, we focused our efforts on our gaming product.” And after a hefty $15 million investment and comprehensive redesign effort spread over ten months, Ocean Casino Resort looks and feels more inviting than ever.

Ocean Casino Resort Loft Atlantic City
Recently unveiled, The Loft is a private 2,000-square-foot luxury gaming suite perched sky high on

As for what’s new? Guests can indulge in high-stakes thrills at The Cove, a 7,450-square-foot high limit slot area, and The Loft, a private 2,000-square-foot luxury gaming suite perched sky high on the 44th floor. There’s also two swanky lounges, Luna’s and Avila, reserved exclusively for Ocean Rewards cardmembers. If slots are your game of choice, then try one (or more) of the 250 new machines. And to help you navigate the renovated casino floor with ease, safety, and comfort, pathways were installed.

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