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Massive 4-star resort north of Atlantic City boardwalk features a casino, restaurants, nightclubs, and a spa; stay includes dining credit
This sprawling 4-star hotel and entertainment complex overlooks the Absecon Inlet in Atlantic City. Some guest rooms have views of the water; downstairs, there’s an indoor pool that exudes summer vibes all year long.
No trip to Atlantic City is complete without a stroll along its signature boardwalk, which stretches for 6 miles along New Jersey’s eastern coast. Originally built in 1870 to keep sand out of hotel lobbies, the boardwalk grew in popularity as a place where you could drink and gamble during Prohibition without much trouble from the police, as depicted in HBO’s Boardwalk Empire. The boardwalk is still popular for its casinos, but it’s family-friendly, too; visitors are just as inclined to sit at the beach or stop at one of the many carnival rides.
On the boardwalk, it’s worth it to check out the Absecon Lighthouse, which is more than 150 years old. It’s possible to climb its 228 steps to the top, which features sweeping views of the city skyline and the sea.
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This premier 24-hour gaming resort features over 2,000 rooms and suites, numerous restaurants, shops, bars and lounges, pools, and a spa
Tropicana Atlantic City puts up some impressive numbers. More than 2,400 slots are spread across the casino floor, which also boasts an abundance of table games such as blackjack, craps, or roulette. And though the poker room in Tropicana Atlantic City is open 24 hours a day, the casino’s not the only place to find big numbers.
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Beachfront Casino Resort
4-star hotel and casino near the Atlantic City boardwalk with nightly entertainment and numerous restaurants and bars
Bally’s Atlantic City sits on the famous Atlantic City boardwalk, so guests don’t have to leave the property to enjoy the city’s legendary nightlife. The hotel boasts a casino with slots, table games, plus live music and nearly a dozen restaurants that range from an upscale steakhouse to a pizzeria.
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4-Star Atlantic City Hotel
This boutique hotel near New Hampshire’s Hampton Beach has been around since 1912; it features a newly renovated restaurant and bar
Ashworth by the Sea has stood along Hampton, New Hampshire’s Ocean Boulevard for more than 100 years. The hotel’s retro sign—made up of slanting white letters set across a brick wall—is a distinctive feature along this oceanfront, which is regarded as one of New England’s finest. The boutique hotel’s ocean-view rooms overlook the Atlantic Ocean. Each room has an individual style and floor plan, as well as amenities such as wireless internet and flat-screen TVs.
Hampton overlooks the blue-gray waters of the Atlantic Ocean from a seaside perch in southeastern New Hampshire. Every summer, visitors flock to Hampton Beach, the town’s main draw and one of only four shorelines in the country named a "superstar beach" by the Natural Resources Defense Council. This award goes to beaches with a long record of clean swimming water. Beginning on Memorial Day weekend, Hampton Beach hosts weekly fireworks displays and 80 evening concerts, and all are free to the public. Visitors can also grab bites to eat or beers at one of the many bars and cafés lining Ocean Boulevard, which runs along the coast.
The town dates back to the mid-17th century when it became the fourth English settlement in New Hampshire. To learn more about Hampton’s history, head a few miles inland to the Hampton Historical Society. The grounds contains a 19th-century schoolhouse, an 18th-century barn, and a small museum with photographs and documents from the town’s early days.
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Beachfront Hampton Inn
Centrally-located hotel a walking distance from Chinatown, with complimentary WiFi and flat-screen TV
For those who want to explore the vibrant, artistic side of New York, The Gatsby Hotel may be a great choice. Its location between Lower East Side and Nolita-SoHo allows guests to walk to many attractions, including Chinatown and Little Italy, as well as conveniently get to landmarks like Empire State Building and the Statue of Liberty with other modes of transportation. In the evening, guests can relax in their comfortable, modern rooms and watch movies and shows on a flat-screen TV with premium cable channels.
If you were a German, Irish, Polish, or Jewish immigrant coming to America in pursuit of a better life in the 19th or early 20th century, odds were good that you’d wind up sharing space in an overcrowded tenement building on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. The neighborhood—one of the city’s oldest—was a refuge for New York’s newest and poorest residents for generations. You can learn more at the Tenement Museum, located in a five-story brick building that once housed some 7,000 working-class immigrants.
In recent years, the Lower East Side’s identity as a welcome mat for newcomers has shifted as gentrification began to reshape the neighborhood. Pushcarts and rundown storefronts have given way to trendy boutiques along Orchard Street and a chic "restaurant row" on Clinton Street. What’s more, the relocation of the New Museum has attracted a slew of contemporary-art galleries. Some of the old mainstays have stuck around, though, including Katz’s Delicatessen and Russ & Daughters, which has been selling premium smoked fish, bagels, and other specialty foods since 1914.
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