Multimillion-Dollar Miralto Slot Lounge on Borgata

Multimillion-Dollar Miralto Slot Lounge on Borgata

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Multimillion-Dollar Miralto Slot Lounge on Borgata

Atlantic City’s Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa’s high-limit slot lounge has reopened. After a two-month, multimillion-dollar refurbishment, the 8,300-square-foot Miralto debuted on December 23.

Dragon Cash and Lighting Cash are among the 100 slot machines in the high-limit lounge.

The lounge opened one day after Borgata reopened its iconic Old Homestead Steak House, which opened in 2003. The top New York City restaurant was open for almost a century before that. Manhattan’s 1868 venue opened. Both sides of the river have had the experience for 20 years.

Anthony Caratozzolo, Vice President of Hospitality, said of the steak house: “This magnificent refurbishment gives a fresh feel and excitement to the guest experience from the moment of arrival to the finish of the meal. The restaurant staff is as happy to see our visitors as they are.”

Complete Gaming Area Refurbishment

  • The 160,000-square-foot mass gaming floor at Borgata is also being remodeled.
  • “We are happy to return Miralto to our patrons following this long-awaited renovation,” stated the resort’s Director of Slot Operations, Demi Adebowale. “Increasing Borgata’s luxury shows our commitment to staying the market leader.”
  • Miralto, conveniently located next to the main lobby, offers a luxurious, private gambling experience. Redesigned cabinetry in cream, gold, and green behind frosted windows houses the slot machines.
  • Multiple hand-blown glass chandeliers and a centerpiece electrolier over 8 feet in diameter at 100 inches enhance the atmosphere. Craftsmen installed almost 3,000 hand-cut glass elements in the chandelier.
  • The main slot floor is being redesigned with additional space, dynamic flow, and comfy seating.
  • The gaming floor will have approximately 100 55-inch TVs.

Borgata Leads Atlantic City Revenues After 19 1/2 Years

Borgata turns 20 on July 2, 2023. Since the Supreme Court lifted the sports betting restriction, the property has led Atlantic City gaming.

Borgata earned $62.3m of the city’s $251.7m gaming revenue in September.

The city’s monthly revenues rose barely 1% year-over-year. Borgata’s September iGaming revenue was $41.1m, up 8% year-over-year.

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