Caesars Atlantic City undergoing $200M resort transformation (SLIDESHOW)

Improvements include new valet and hotel lobby, outdoor pool, room and suite enhancements, world-class dining experiences and more

As part of its $400 million investment it is making in the Atlantic City market by 2023, Caesars Atlantic City said Tuesday that it is undergoing an additional $200 million resort transformation, which includes Nobu Atlantic City, a restaurant and distinct hotel experience within Caesars Atlantic City’s hotel; Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen, the first restaurant of its kind on the East Coast; and over 750 newly renovated rooms and suites in Caesars’ Centurion and Ocean towers.

The changes are testament to the resort’s ongoing commitment to elevating guests’ experiences at its properties. Caesars will be undertaking dramatic upgrades to its valet, hotel lobby and casino floor, as well as a new outdoor pool experience.

“Caesars Atlantic City set the standard for extraordinary experiences in the market, and we are thrilled to continue that legacy by reimagining the property from the moment guests step through the doors,” John Koster, regional president for Caesars Entertainment’s Eastern Division, said in a statement.

Caesars Atlantic City says the redesigned first-floor lobby will feature an all-new Starbucks offering mobile ordering. The store will be outfitted in a sleek, contemporary design with minimal décor for a bright and fresh look.

And, just in time for summer, Caesars plans to unveil a renovated pool experience with beach and ocean views from the rooftop of Qua Baths & Spa. The pool will feature two levels of seating with modern lounge chairs, daybeds and cabanas for ultimate relaxation, as well as a bar — serving one of the best pool views in the city — overlooking the beach and Boardwalk.

Other new enhancements also include partnering with global lifestyle brand Nobu Hospitality  and acclaimed Chef Gordon Ramsay.

“For 43 years, Caesars Atlantic City has been an iconic destination on the Atlantic City Boardwalk and critical to the market’s success over the years,” Joe Lodise, senior vice president and general manager for Caesars Atlantic City, said. “The resort transformation at Caesars Atlantic City will further the property’s evolution as one of the country’s leading travel destinations here on the East Coast — bringing the best of Las Vegas right here to the center of the action in Atlantic City.”