Resorts Casino Hotel

In 2012, Mohegan Gaming & Entertainment (MGE) 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.

Trail of life
Represents the path walked in life
Gladys Tantaquidgeon
10th generation of Chief Uncas
Tribal Councilors
“This heart is not mine, but yours.”
– Sachem Uncas
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