Caesars Atlantic City is owned by Caesars Entertainment and modeled after Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Caesars is located on the Boardwalk and uses the Total Rewards card for its VIP program.
Caesars is next door to Bally’s. Of the two, Caesars is more upscale. Its restaurants and amenities reflect this.
Caesars Atlantic City casino
There are more than 100 table games at Caesars Atlantic City. Most games found in the gaming market are spread here.
Players may double down before and after splitting in blackjack. The dealer hits soft 17 in games less than $100. It stands on all 17s in the high-limit salon. Tables less than $25 pay 6-5 on blackjack. All other games pay 3-2.
Craps is five-times odds. The Field pays double on 12. Double Zero Roulette uses the la partage rule, in which even-money bets receive half back if the ball lands on 0 or 00.
Caesars Atlantic City table games
- Eight Deck Blackjack (6-5): $10 to $2,500 (9 tables)
- Eight Deck Blackjack (3-2): $25 to $5,000 (21 tables)
- Six Deck Blackjack: $100 to $15,000 (12 tables)
- Craps: $10 to $5,000 (5 tables)
- Double Zero Roulette: $10 to $200 (12 tables)
- Single Zero Roulette: $100 to $2,000 (1 table)
- Big Wheel: $1 to $100 (1 table)
- Caribbean Stud: $5 to $200 (1 table)
- Ultimate Texas Hold’em: $10 to $200 (1 table)
- Texas Hold’em Bonus: $10 to $200 (1 table)
- Heads Up Hold’em: $5 to $200 (1 table)
- Let It Ride: $5 to $200 (1 table)
- Three Card Poker: $5 to $1,000 (7 tables)
- Four Card Poker: $5 to $1,000 (2 tables)
- High Card Flush: $5 to $200 (2 tables)
- Mississippi Stud: $5 to $50 (1 table)
- Spanish 21: $10 to $500 (4 tables)
- Baccarat: $50 to $2,000 (14 tables)
- Pai Gow Poker: $25 to $2,000 (8 tables)
There are two video blackjack machines on the second level and both pay 6-5 on blackjack. The dealer hits soft 17. Players may double down or surrender before and after splitting. The limits are $5 to $250.
The best video poker game at Caesars Atlantic City in terms of payback is 8/5 Double Joker. It returns 99.91 percent with perfect play and five coins, according to VPFree2. It also has a progressive jackpot. It is available only in quarters.
The only other video poker game above 99 percent is full-pay Jacks or Better. It is spread in limits from quarters up to $5. There is 9/6 Double Double Bonus Poker from $1 to $100.
Caesars AC uses the Total Rewards players club, which is used by all casinos owned and operated by Caesars Entertainment.
Total Rewards uses a unique approach to marketing its casinos: Players are often rewarded with free hotel rooms, often without having received an offer first. Guests can log into their Total Rewards account to see what free rooms are available at a specific hotel or city.
Total Rewards sends mailers to players, some out-of-market. These offers may include free hotel rooms, airfare, food, and slot play.
Video poker players receive one point for every $10 wagered on video poker and $5 at slot machines. Some video poker machines, often ones with a return of more than 99 percent, have a reduced earn rate.
Players who earn at least 15,000 tier points in a year receive access to the Diamond Lounge. This offers the Diamond or Seven Stars cardholder free drinks and appetizers.
Caesars Atlantic City hotel
There are 1,158 hotel rooms at Caesars Atlantic City. Rates start at $39 during the slowest points of the winter. Most weekday nights start at $69. Weekends start around $250. The resort fee at Caesars Atlantic City is $10 per night plus tax.
The least expensive room is the Forum Tower King. Two-double rooms are typically $10 more. The Ocean Tower is about a $30 upgrade. The Centurion Tower is a $40 upgrade. Ocean views have a premium of $30 or $40.
There are three suites at Caesars Atlantic City. They are the Tribune Suite, Senator Suite, and Emperor Suite. Depending on the month and day of the week you stay, these can start at $449, $849 and $1,249, respectively.
Caesars Atlantic City entertainment
There are two entertainment venues at Caesars Atlantic City: Boardwalk Hall and Circus Maximus Theater. These host Broadway-style shows, concerts, and magic shows.
Caesars offers a rooftop pool, and there is a bar by the ocean as well a lounge inside the casino.
Caesars Atlantic City dining
- Nero’s Italian Steakhouse: This upscale dining option offers steaks, seafood, and pasta. It is open for dinner Thursday through Saturday, as well as Sunday brunch. Brunch is a buffet.
- Morton’s The Steakhouse: Morton’s is more of a traditional steakhouse. It offers steaks, seafood, chicken and chops. It is open nightly for dinner service.
- Buddakan: This upscale pan-Asian restaurant offers standard menu options for its niche. It is open for lunch and dinner. It has a split service Monday through Friday.
- Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill: This celebrity chef restaurant has a British influence. It offers typical bar fare, including burgers, steaks, seafood and fried foods.
- Café Roma: This option is open for breakfast, lunch dinner and late night. Its menu consists of breakfast items, sandwiches and burgers.
- Qwi Noodle House: Serving standard Asian foods, this option is open for lunch and dinner. It is open late on weekends.
- Phillip’s Seafood Restaurant: Phillip’s is best-known for its crab cakes. Other menu options include shrimp, crab, lobster and fish. It is open for lunch and dinner seven days a week.
- Souzai Sushi & Sake: As the name implies, this is the go-to spot for sushi at Caesars. It also has a traditional Asian menu. It’s open from 11 am to midnight seven days a week.
- Palace Court Buffet: The buffet serves lunch and dinner. Weekday lunch is $27. Dinner is $34.99. Total Rewards members receive a $2 discount.
There are three quick-serve options available at Caesars: a coffee shop, Auntie Anne’s, and Cinnabon.