Revel Casino Hotel is located in Atlantic City, New Jersey, and is a hotel-casino with 4,000 guest rooms and over 200,000 square feet dedicated to casino gambling. Revel Casino Hotel currently has limited or no dining options. Closing September 10, 2014.
In efforts to rejuvenate Atlantic City, casinos and resorts have leaned on celebrity chef-run restaurants, sprawling spas and mega-nightclubs. The latest opening adds a new dimension: a smoke-free environment. Casinos are exempt from New Jersey's nonsmoking law, but when the 1,800-room Revel opens in stages starting April 2, it will be Atlantic City's only nonsmoking casino resort, intended to appeal to the 81 percent of American adults who do not smoke.
The 47-story boardwalk newcomer will house a 150,000-square-foot casino plus three pools, a rooftop garden, a burlesque stage, a 31,000-square-foot spa and restaurants run by the chefs Marc Forgione, Jose Garces and Michel Richard.
Smoking is prohibited in most outdoor spaces on the property with one exception: a small outdoor area strategically located behind the 45,000-square-foot nightclub....read the rest
Atlantic City's Revel megaresort will begin booking rooms at noon today as the casino readies to open its doors April 2.
The $2.4 billion casino and resort will make 500 rooms available to book for April 2, the start of an eight-week preview building up to a formal grand opening Memorial Day weekend, Revel spokeswoman Maureen Siman said.
Revel will phase in several hundred more rooms a week after that, she said....read the rest
New Jersey could provide as much as $200 million over 20 years to jump start a stalled Atlantic City casino project, but the state is hoping to recoup some or all of that investment.
In return for assisting the Revel casino project, the state would have a stake in the future success of the company under a plan to be reviewed by state officials on Tuesday....read the rest
As Revel Entertainment Group struggles to find financing to complete its $2 billion megacasino, they are still moving forward to make the area around the casino their own.
An ordinance up for final reading next week would designate the beach in front of Revel's South Inlet site as Revel Beach. Also under the measure, the portion of Connecticut Avenue from Melrose Avenue to Oriental Avenue would be named Revel Boulevard.
But the street name will appear with the Connecticut Avenue sign, likely calming any fans of the popular Monopoly board game potentially worried about altering the iconic street listing....read the rest
Sources confirm a Reuters News report that Revel Entertainment has signed a letter of intent with China State Construction for more than a billion dollars.
According to a filing made with the Shanghai Stock Exchange, China State Construction has signed a $1.7 billion agreement with property firm Tishman and Revel Entertainment to help build what will be Atlantic City's newest casino.
Revel's mega casino was supposed to open in 2010, but was delayed due to the credit markets and the economic downturn last year....read the rest