by Andrea Doyle | December 04, 2018
Harrah's Resort Atlantic City is renovating the 507 guest rooms and suites in its Harbour Tower at an estimated cost of $56 million, and the section of the property is being renamed as the Coastal Tower. In total, Caesars Entertainment has invested more than $250 million in its Atlantic City casino-resorts over the last four years, which includes the addition of the $125 million Waterfront Conference Center, the revamped Pool After Dark nightclub, and the recent debut of Gordon Ramsay Steak, the seven-Michelin-star chef and television personality's first steakhouse concept in the tri-state area.
The first phase of the renovated rooms will be unveiled by early 2019 with the project planned to be completed in its entirety by the summer of 2019.
"Building on the recent success of our world-class Waterfront Conference Center, which is the largest hotel-conference center complex from Baltimore to Boston within driving distance of one-third of the U.S. population, we are thrilled to announce the news of the Coastal Tower renovation to continue to provide an enhanced experience for our meeting planners, attendees and all guests," said Steve van der Molen, vice president of meetings operation for Caesars Entertainment's Atlantic City region.
When the work is done, the renamed tower will feature rooms reimagined with the help of local design house MPM Studios. The new rooms will offer aesthetics similar to the resort's Bayview rooms, with rich hues of lavender and blue accent colors, contrasting white and gray tones, and contemporary furniture, including a vanity dressing area. Modernized bathrooms will offer oversized showers and signature amenities.
One of five hotel towers, all rooms and suites in the new Coastal Tower will offer high-speed Internet access and accessible charging stations, in addition to featuring 55-inch LG LED televisions. 
The 2,586-room resort in Atlantic City's marina district features first-class dining, entertainment, nightlife and the Waterfront Conference Center at Harrah's, which has 125,000 square feet of meeting space.