Bally’s Atlantic City Casino Renovation Moving In Right Direction

Last updated: November 27, 2013 at 3:15 pm. Posted by in Atlantic City, Atlantic City Casinos, Atlantic City Hotels, Bally's Atlantic City. No Comments on Bally’s Atlantic City Casino Renovation Moving In Right Direction.

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If you’ve visited Bally’s Atlantic City lately, you’ve probably noticed that the casino floor looks a little funky.

Bally's Atlantic City casino 1

Eeek! Don’t worry! It’s all better now!

That’s because it’s part of the $5.6 million renovation happening to provide you with the best Atlantic City casino experience Bally’s has to offer!

A new carpet has already been installed!

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You like? And some table games and slot machines have been relocated to give the casino floor a bit of a better flow. You’ll no longer have to go from one end of the casino to the other depending on what type of game you want to play next. And the slot machines will be color coded by denomination so you’ll find it easier to head towards a machine consistent with your budget.

Each slot area will also boast new signage and new bases while the table games will feature new comfy, cozy, plush chairs. Sweet!

When all is said and done, all walls will be painted, pillars and mirrored catwalks will be covered. The complete renovation is expected to be completed by mid-February, but everything so far seems to be moving along nicely.

Most importantly though, the Bally’s casino floor is still open for business during the transitions, some areas may just be roped off. Bear with them! We promise you’ll love the new look and feel when it’s done! Viva la Bally’s!

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