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Atlantic City, located on Absecon Island on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, is a popular tourist destination made-famous by its sandy beach, casinos, and for being home to the world's first boardwalk. With a population of just over 40,000 residents, the city is less crowded than other tourist hot-spots. This has makes it ideal for those who want to get away from it all, but still be within a familiar setting. The city has also been the inspiration for the world-famous board game, Monopoly. Finding the right hotel among all Atlantic City hotels using Venere ensures that you find a hotel room that is perfect for you. And with a host of genuine guest reviews, hotel service ratings, and even images of the rooms, Venere is your first choice in online hotel booking solutions. Venere also provides visitors with a variety of dos and don'ts as well as other local tips and tricks to help you make the most of your Atlantic City visit.

What's Atlantic City Like?

Atlantic City is one of New Jersey's oldest cities, incorporated way back in 1854. This seaside resort is mainly popular for its gambling and casinos, so if you have a knack for gambling, look no further than Atlantic City. For the non-gambling tourist, there's plenty of other attractions that the city offers. One of them being the famed steel pier, a historical tourist destination that has seen the likes of The Rat Pack and even the Beatles. The pier is now an amusement park and is in the planning stage of becoming one of the nation's most popular hangouts. Built in 1870, the famous Atlantic City boardwalk is the oldest in the world and was originally constructed to restrict the entry of beach sand into the hotels and trains that laced the shoreline. The Absecon Lighthouse built in 1857 is the tallest standing lighthouse in New Jersey. Another peculiar attraction is Lucy the Elephant, a 65-ton building built in 1881, to imitate the look of an elephant!

How to Get Along with Locals in Atlantic City

If you want to visit Atlantic City, but are on a restricted budget, winter is the cheapest time of the year to visit the city. You'd miss out on the sunny beaches, but would still be able to gamble, eat, and drink. Also never stay in a casino, as casinos are known to charge a hefty premium for staying there! Whatever type of Atlantic City hotel you are looking for, Venere can help!

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