The Water Club

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The Water Club
The Water Club logo.jpg
Water Club AC NJ.jpg
General information
Location Atlantic City, NJ
Address 1 Renaissance Way
Opening June 2008
Owner MGM Resorts International
Height 457 feet
Technical details
Floor count 38[1][2][3]
Other information
Number of rooms 800
Website
http://www.thewaterclubhotel.com/

The Water Club is a hotel and casino, located in the marina district of Atlantic City, New Jersey, owned and operated by MGM Resorts International. The casino is one of three in the marina district of the city, along with Harrah's Resort Atlantic City and the Golden Nugget.

History[edit]

The US$400 million complex opened in 2008 and has 800 hotel rooms, 18,000 square feet of meeting space.[4] Its opening date was delayed by a September 2007 fire that damaged portions of its exterior.[5] The Water Club completed Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa’s $600 million master plan development.[6]

Hotel[edit]

Standing 457 feet tall,[7] the hotel includes access to and from Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa and includes four swimming pools and 800 guestrooms.[8] On the 32nd and 33rd floors is the Immersion Spa at The Water Club[9]

The Spa, spa lounge and spa poolside bar menu is by Chef Geoffrey Zakarian.[10]

The hotel's 18,000 square feet (1,700 m2) of meeting and event space includes two boardrooms; three additional boardrooms and eight meeting rooms.[11]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Water Club at Borgata". Emporis. Retrieved 2011-05-05. 
  2. ^ "The Water Club at Borgata". Skyscraperpage.com. Retrieved 2011-05-05. 
  3. ^ "Graph of New Jersey's twelve tallest buildings (2010)". Star Ledger. 2010. Archived from the original on 2011-07-16. Retrieved 2011-05-05. 
  4. ^ [1], “The Future of Atlantic City” | Vegas Tripping
  5. ^ [2], Fire Engineering | James M. Foley | 1 May 2010
  6. ^ [3], “Borgata, North Expansion and Water Club” | VDA Associates
  7. ^ [4], Skyscraperpage.com
  8. ^ [5], Atlantic-City-Online.com
  9. ^ [6], “Immerse Yourself at Immersion Spa But Just Don’t Look Down” | Andrew C | 1 July 2008
  10. ^ [7], “Immerse Yourself at Immersion Spa But Just Don’t Look Down” | Andrew C | 1 July 2008
  11. ^ [8], Atlantic-City-Online.com

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Preceded by
Borgata
Tallest Building in Atlantic City
2008
457 ft
Succeeded by
Chairman Tower