Get The Most Out Of Valentine’s Day With These Go-Tos At Atlantic City Casinos

Written By Stephanie Loder on February 12, 2024
A couple holds hands in a restaurant for a story on what to do for Valentine's Day at Atlantic City casinos

It may be cold outside, but Valentine’s Day in Atlantic City can only serve to heat things up.

Casinos, restaurants, theaters and bars offer resort visitors more than one way to put love in the air during the month of February.

Atlantic City casinos offer plenty of food and drink specials, music, romantic getaways and spa packages.

The special Valentine’s Day-themed packages offer things like room service with champagne and roses, special menu dinner items for two and love-themed shows.

Many casinos are offering special guest items throughout the month of February since Valentine’s Day falls mid-week on Wednesday.

And that gives visitors a chance to select a one-day Valentine’s Day experience, a weekend or an entire week.

Best bets for Valentine’s Day at Atlantic City casinos

Hotel room packages come with special room rates and some include breakfast in bed on Valentine’s Day.

There are options to book a room and include a room delivery of champagne and roses delivered.

On Valentine’s Day, restaurants and room service offer pairings for ‘two’ instead of the regular menu.

Check out more Valentine’s Day-themed special events at Atlantic City casinos during the month of February.

Enjoy a laugh after a romantic meal at Resorts AC

Resorts Casino Hotel takes center stage with AC Jokes, a special comedy Valentine’s Day performance at 8 p.m. on Feb. 14.

Before you go, dine out at Resorts Atlantic City with a romantic dinner at Doughtery’s Steakhouse & Raw Bar with a special surf and turf for two or visit Capriccio for an extended Valentine’s Day menu that includes Lobster Scampi and Grand Marnier Rose Water Souffle with Cherry Anglaise for dessert.

Enjoy a Latin Party for lovers with Latin Grammy Award winner El Chaval de la Bachata at 9 p.m. on Feb. 14.

Borgata has you covered throughout February

Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa is offering room packages Sunday through Thursday throughout the month of February.

Book either the “Make It a Date” package or the Suite Serenity Package. Visitors to Borgata Atlantic City get credits for dinner and in-room amenities like breakfast in bed or chocolate-covered strawberries, depending on which package you pick.

Looking for a romantic but brief escape?

The Season of Love package is a two-night stay in the Borgata Opus Suite or MGM Tower Vista Suite. Bookings are available Thursday-Sunday or Friday-Saturday.

Other quick-hitter Valentine’s Day options

Hard Rock Atlantic City offers Valentine’s Soul Jam on Feb. 18, celebrating romance with the classic music of Heatwave, The Intruders, Sonny Bivin’s Manhattans, Bloodstone and Russell Thompkins Jr. and the new Stylistics.

Get a Cupid’s Arrow-matic Couple’s Massage through Feb. 29 at Golden Nugget Atlantic City. Appointments booked for Feb 14 also receive Spa bucks for a future visit.

Ocean Casino Resort celebrates Valentine’s Day with wining and romantic dining at any of its restaurants as well as a chance to pamper yourself or someone else at Exhale Spa + Bathhouse during February.

Even anti-Valentine’s folks have options in Atlantic City

Not feeling romantic this Valentine’s Day?

Or maybe you just had a breakup and don’t want to deal with love at all.

If that’s the case, Tropicana Atlantic City has a special event just for you.

The “Cupid’s Stupid! Boogie Nights Anti-Valentine’s Day Party” on Feb. 15 offers free admission to the dance club if you bring a picture of your ex or delete a photo of your ex on your phone.

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Stephanie Loder is a freelance writer for PlayNJ. She provides coverage of New Jersey's Atlantic City casinos while also focusing on the beach, boardwalk, and special gaming events. Prior to writing for PlayNJ, she covered Atlantic City government, breaking news, and casinos for The Press of Atlantic City in Pleasantville, N.J.

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