Resorts Casino Hotel
In 2012, the Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority entered into a joint venture and management arrangement with Resorts Casino Hotel in Atlantic City, becoming the first Native American-owned casino in Atlantic City and the first time a Native American tribe has taken ownership of a commercial property in the United States.
The casino hotel sits steps away from the world-famous Atlantic City Boardwalk and the Atlantic Ocean. In 2013, the property unveiled the first Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville entertainment complex on the East Coast which includes a Margaritaville restaurant, Five O'Clock Somewhere Bar, themed gambling space, retail store and coffee shop, and LandShark Bar & Grill—the only year-round beach bar in Atlantic City. In 2015, additional enhancements to the property were made, including a $9.4 million technologically-advanced all-digital Conference Center.
Inside Resorts Casino Hotel, 1.4 million annual visitors enjoy gaming in a 100,000 square-foot casino with more than 1,700 slot machines and over 70 table games. Additional amenities include 15 dining outlets as well as six additional bars and lounges, nearly a dozen specialty retailers, an indoor-outdoor pool and a health club and spa. Guests enjoy luxury accommodations in two hotel towers, including the largest rooms on the Boardwalk in the 462-room Rendezvous Tower, and the 480-room Ocean Tower, just steps from the beach.