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Trump Taj Mahal

Atlantic City, NJ
1000 Virginia Avenue Atlantic City, NJ, 08401
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Reviews

  • Foxy Roxy 2 days ago

    Already a problem. Booked the Roxy Suite over two months ago and the room was not stated in the reservation confirmation. Called today to confirm room to find out they put us in a much smaller suite for the same rate. The Roxy Suite isn’t available. This is not acceptable. Also when we booked the reservation it stated our room had a balcony. Apparently the rooms may have balconies, but you can’t go out on them, they will be locked. Just like the last time I️ stayed at the Regal Suite at the Taj. What a let down. Looking for another hotel. Totally screws up our plans to stay in the same hotel as of band member friends on 7/12. Very disappointed.

  • William Weaver 2 days ago

    Was definitely run down some as Taj Mahal but at least they didn't charge for parking if you stayed there. HRC charging over $500 for two night mid week stay in a basic room and still wants all but top tier members to pay for parking. one of nice things about HRC restaurant was ability to dine on the Boardwalk, so of course HRC is moving the restaurant

  • chris squier 3 days ago

    It is going to be an awesome experience especially if you love music the place will be beautiful and everyone will be satisfied Hard Rock Will rock you!!!!!

  • Fran A 5 days ago

    (Review is for the Previous Taj Mahal Hotel) Rooms are fine except for the room Windows which are filthy on the outside. The hotel is in need of maintenance. Ice machine on level 39 is broken and seems to have been broken for a while now. Elevators are dirty. Employees are very nice. Location is excellent for family's looking to visit the steel pier

  • Ray D 44 days ago

    UPDATED MAY 2018: This former Atlantic City icon, the Trump Taj Mahal, has been massively/completely renovated, especially the decor: Indian elephants have been replaced by giant guitars. On June 28, 2018, a casino of 2400 slot machines and 130 table games is expected to open, along with a hotel of approximately 2000 rooms, several restaurants, retail shops, other hotel amenities including a full-service spa (which they will call a "Rock Spa" 😂🎸 ), two arena-type entertainment venues (seating appropriately 7000), and of course a 400 seat Hard Rock Cafe. My current 5 star rating here is based solely on the sheer excitement I'm seeing in this city where I've worked for almost 30 years (I'm happily employed at one of the Caesars properties and we're ready for the competition 😂). ANOTHER huge casino resort here in A.C. is also putting on their final touches, and has amazingly set an opening date for the very same day as Hard Rock: the Ocean Resort Casino (in the building of the Revel property which opened and closed in the early part of this decade. This summer should be an interesting time as Atlantic City makes its apparent comeback.

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