Harrah's spending $30M on Atlantic City hotel renovations
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ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — One of Atlantic City's top casinos is getting a $30 million makeover.
Harrah's is redoing 450 rooms and suites in the casino's Bayview Tower. The work will begin in mid-November and should be finished by Memorial Day weekend in 2017.
It is part of a race among Atlantic City's most successful casinos to remain competitive by reinvesting in their properties. Parent company Caesars Entertainment is spending $200 million on projects at Harrah's, including the recently opened Waterfront Conference Center, and planned improvements to The Pool After Dark, its fitness
The newly redone rooms are close to the conference
"When we opened the conference
When the hotel renovation is done, 1,000 of Harrah's 2,600 hotel rooms will have been recently renovated.
Harrah's consistently ranks as No. 2 among Atlantic City's eight casinos, trailing only its
A unit of Caesars Entertainment that includes two sister casino properties in Atlantic City — Caesars and Bally's — is in bankruptcy court. But that filing does not include Harrah's.
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