Tropicana Announces Multi-Million Dollar Renovation Project

By Paul Riegler on 5 February 2016
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DSC_1120 (1)The Tropicana Atlantic City hotel in New Jersey announced that it plans an additional round of renovations worth $25 million on the heels of a $50 million renovation program that was completed one year ago.

The refurbishments will include upgrades to 500 guestrooms in the hotel’s Havana Tower, which will receive new carpeting, textured wall coverings, new artwork, and spa-inspired bathrooms.

The property’s South Tower casino will also be renovated to match décor of the hotel’s North Tower casino, and includes the addition of a new high-limit slot area., The hotel will also redesign its entrance at Pacific Avenue, and add a convenience store and hair salon.

A new restaurant, Latin Grill, will also open inside the property as part of the upgrades. The establishment will feature Cuban tapas, entrees, and refreshments.

Construction is scheduled to begin this month and be completed by May.

With over 2,000 rooms, the Tropicana is one of the largest hotels in New Jersey. It opened in 1981, built on the skeletal framework of the Ambassador Hotel, which had opened its doors in 1919.

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