The woman answering questions on the phone (Sun. 7-22-2012 @9:45AM) should go to a class on attitude problems in customer service; therefore my last trip to the Alantic Club was my last trip to the Atlantic Club!!!
This place has the newest slot machines of any other Atlantic City casino and it was the cleanest also. The food is the most reasonably priced and tastes good too. The buffet at $16 was twice as good as any other at half the price. Very elegant atmosphere with a large selection of machines.
It's been a few years since we've visited this property. New management has done a nice job on the transformation. The aisles are wider, the place is clean, staff is friendly. There's no parking fee. I think it's much improved from the Hilton Days. They are aiming at the ordinary player whose not a high roller. Their motto , "A casino for the rest of us" fits. I think they will gain market share and retain players. SLot club is uncomplicated and straight forward. I hope their strategy works.
This place is usually dead. The reason it's at the southernmost casino on the Boardwalk and a number of blocks from the center of the action. If Hard Rock opens its casino a bit further down, it will definitely help ACH.
I'm pretty sure they have a rule that you have to be at least 55 years old to deal here. And many of the dealers aren't very friendly. They used to have a couple of video poker games here that I liked, but I can't find them here anymore. There is no excitement whatsoever. And the players club doesn't have its own desk. You sign up for your card at the cashier cage. So don't need to cash in chips when a bus pulls in, since everyone on the bus is in line for their cards and free play. With so many better casinos in Atlantic City, try any of the others.