Bally’s, Caesars, and Harrah’s Resorts are set to re-open on July 3rd

by Administrator

In the world of gambling, there is no sure thing, but when the odds are in your favor, you can play it safe or bet it all. In accordance with directives from New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy,  and with guidance from both local and state health officials, as well as the Center for Disease Control (CDC), Bally’s, Caesars, and Harrah’s Resorts are set to re-open on July 3rd, just in time for the 4th of July weekend.

Caesars Casino, Atlantic City, NJ

Mindful of safety measures caused by Covid-19, CaesarsBally’s, and Harrah’s Resort have rearranged slot machine banks to allow for social distancing, and limited the number of seats for better spacing at table games. Additionally, all hospitality offerings & restaurants will reopen at reduced capacity in accordance with social distancing guidelines.

On the hotel accommodation front, the battle is being won by a strict set of standards. At the salons, spa and fitness centers, schedules are being adjusted between clients to allow for more time to clean and disinfect surfaces, mobile fitness equipment has been removed, and additional hand sanitizer stations have been provided. At the pool, cabanas and lounge chairs have been arranged to allow for appropriate social distancing.

Bally's Beach Bar

Ron Bauman, Regional President for Caesars Entertainment, Atlantic City region assured, “The well-being of our team members and guests is important to us, and we are focused on enhancing our health and safety protocols to provide an enjoyable guest experience that emphasizes social distancing and cleanliness.” Thus, high touch areas around the casino will be cleaned frequently, team members will wear face masks and wash their hands regularly for at least 20 seconds, practices the nation has come to expect over the past few months.

Coronavirus, covid 19 protection. Woman disinfects and cleans door handle with antibacterial wet  However, Caesars Atlantic City Resorts seeks to get back into the game without sacrificing any of the excitement of the recent past. Along with the hedonism, a humanitarian touch is the discount of up to 40% on weekday stays for first responders, nurses, military, teachers and more. The following is a small sample of dining and entertainment options for the three resorts:

Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City

Doors Open Friday, July 3rd at 10am

  • The Pool will be open 8am-6pm daily
  • Bars & Lounges: X Bar, Eden Lounge, #BarWithNoName
  • Dining: Gordon Ramsay Steak, Coastal Craft, Martorano’s, McCormick & Schmick’s
  • Casual and Quick Service: Tazza, Guy Fieri’s Sammich Joint, Pin-Up Pizza, AC Burger Co., Starbucks


 Caesars Atlantic City

Doors Open Friday, July 3rd at 10am

  • Dining: Nero’s, Betty’s Back Room, Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill, Kwi, Morton’s, Café Roma
  • Bars & Lounges: Nero’s Lounge, Toga, 2100 Bar & Lounge, Caesars Beachside Bar, Seven Stars Lounge
  • Casual and Quick Service: Tazza

 Bally’s Atlantic City

    • Doors Open Friday, July 3rd at 10am 
    • Dining: Guy Fieri’s Chophouse, Buca di Beppo, Noodle Village, Harry’s Oyster Bar (outdoor dining available)
    • Bars & Lounges: Bally’s Beach Bar (outdoor dining available), L-Bar, Mountain Bar & The Boardwalk Saloon at The Wild Wild West
    • Casual and Quick Service: AC Snack Shack at The Wild Wild West, Dunkin Donuts, Guy’s Bar-B-Que Joint, Walt’s Primo Pizza, Sac O’ Subs

  Getting back to normal might have to include the “new normal,” but as cleanliness is next to godliness, the small changes are certainly worth their weight in poker chips. The 4th of July weekend seems the perfect time to celebrate at Caesars Atlantic City Resorts, where luxury is affordable, and hospitality responsible.