Resorts Atlantic City has opened 25 Hours.
new casino bar and lounge offers a European vibe and wildly
shaken martini classics.
The decor features exotic ebony woods, rich cobalt hues
and intimate booths.
atmosphere of 25 Hours is unique to the bar scene in Atlantic
City," said Audrey Oswell, president and CEO of Resorts
Atlantic City. "We've created a sultry environment
where guests can experience a private alcove and still
be a part of the action on the casino floor."
servers don what are being called French coats, a mini
version of the trench coat.
In addition to signature drinks and martinis, 25 Hours
offers wines, champagne and beer.
from the feature movie 508 Nelson will be filmed on Thursday
at Resorts. The film's story revolves around stolen money,
a motorcycle gang, the Russian mob, a masseuse and an
movie stars Jamie Harris from Lemony Snicket's A Series
of Unfortunate Events, Olek Krupa from The Italian Job,
Reg Cathey from SWAT and A Clear and Present Danger, and
Peter Scolari from television shows Bosom Buddies and
scenes will be shot on the casino floor and in a Rendezvous
has named casino industry veteran Tony Perrone as vice
president of marketing.
Perrone, who lives in Berlin, will oversee the direct
marketing department, special events promotions, the box
office and VIP services.
began his career in the casino industry in 1984. He served
in various positions at the Atlantic City Hilton for 19
most recently served as the Hilton's vice president of
casino marketing. He also serves on the board of directors
for All About Hope, a nonprofit organization based in
Atlantic City completed a $11.5 million renovation
of 25 guest floors, 700 guest rooms, four floors of suites,
and corridor and lobby areas.
are new furnishings, beds and carpeting.
also now offer high-speed Internet access, in-room safes
Corridors were repainted with variations of beige, taupe
and gold, with refurbished marble and brass accents.
are thrilled that we have completed another phase of our
hotel room renovations to ultimately offer our guests
the finest hotel experience in Atlantic City," said
Bill Hayles, Bally's
senior vice president of operations.
boxer Bernard Hopkins, president of Golden Boy Promotions
East, and former nine-time world champion Oscar De La
Hoya, president of Golden Boy Promotions, have teamed
up with Borgata
HotelCasino & Spa to present an evening of six
matches will be Aug. 4 at Borgata's Event Center.
fight card will feature Hopkins' nephew, undefeated welterweight
am extremely excited to introduce Golden Boy East and
put on our first show," said Hopkins, who lost a
controversial fight to Jermain Taylor last week. "We
are committed to delivering quality fights in an upscale
atmosphere to the Borgata and all boxing fans."
Hopkins will fight Paul Delgado, and IBF Middleweight
Kingsley Ikeke will take on Epifanio Mendoza.