by Matt Alderton | December 06, 2017

Its Resorts Casino Hotel in Atlantic City, NJ, has completed a $25 million renovation of the 480 guest rooms in its Ocean Tower, owner and operator Mohegan Sun announced this week.

Part of a larger, $100 million renovation and expansion, the guest-room update complements the resort's $35 million Jimmy Buffet-themed Margaritaville entertainment complex, which was added in 2015. In that spirit, accommodations now feature a tropical theme with sand-inspired carpeting, coral patterns, and tropical dark woods.  Rooms also have been outfitted with complimentary Wi-Fi and standard amenities such as LCD televisions, refrigerators, and laptop-sized safes.

Its updated rooms are just the property's latest carrot for groups. Along with the aforementioned entertainment complex, it also added a new state-of-the-art conference center in 2015. The facility offers 64,000 square feet of meeting space across 24 meeting rooms, four ballrooms, and a multi-purpose showroom, not to mention two theaters with seating for 300 to 1,350 people.

Atlantic City's first-ever casino, the Resorts Casino Hotel opened in 1978 and offers a total of 942 guest rooms, as well as an 80,000-square-foot casino, 10 restaurants, an indoor-outdoor swimming pool, a health club and spa, a salon, and retail shops.

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