ATLANTIC CITY, NJ — Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa has been accepted as Associated Luxury Hotels International’s (ALHI) newest member, it was announced last month.
The 2,800-room Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa resort is ALHI’s first member hotel in New Jersey. Located in the city’s Marina District, the resort also includes the adjacent Water Club Hotel at Borgata.
The resort is now served by the ALHI Global Sales Organization to the North American meetings and incentives marketplace, according to ALHI president Jim Schultenover. The AAA Four-Diamond property is owned and operated by MGM Resorts International, which acquired the resort in August.
Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa and the cosmopolitan The Water Club at Borgata together feature 2,800 well guestrooms and suites, and 88,000 square feet of meeting and event space. Among meeting options are The Event Center, a column-free space with full banquet and meeting functionality, and The Music Box, featuring a stage and stadium seating for up to 1,000 guests.
In addition, the resort offers a 54,000-square-foot spa; another spa with floor-to-ceiling windows; five fine-dining restaurants by such renowned chefs as Bobby Flay and Wolfgang Puck; 10 casual dining options; 161,000 square feet of gaming; a 20,000-square-foot indoor/outdoor pool and garden; a 32,000-square-foot outdoor pool; four additional heated indoor and outdoor pools; 10 retail boutiques; and four nightlife experiences.
Situated just 120 miles south of New York City, 60 miles east of Philadelphia and 20 minutes from Atlantic City International Airport (ACY), Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa is easily accessible by airplane, train and car.
In addition to Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa, ALHI’s portfolio also features other MGM Resorts International hotels and resorts such as Las Vegas’s 4,004-room ARIA Resort & Casino — which is adding new meeting space to provide 500,000 total square feet for next year — along with the adjacent all-suite, non-gaming Vdara Hotel & Spa.
The ALHI portfolio also features MGM Resorts International’s AAA Five-Diamond Bellagio; 5,000-room MGM Grand Las Vegas; the Skylofts at MGM Grand, located on the top two floors of MGM Grand; the adjacent all-suite, non-gaming The Signature at MGM Grand