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|"Great location & helpful staff."||(in 133 reviews)|
|"Room was great and very comfortable."||(in 201 reviews)|
|"Great 9th fl OCEAN VIEW."||(in 49 reviews)|
|"Bathroom smelled like urine very badly."||(in 46 reviews)|
|"Wait for elevators was ridiculous."||(in 43 reviews)|
|"The room smells very bad."||(in 155 reviews)|
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Told we would get a two room with two doubles and got one room.
My wife and I showed up and was poorly attended to. The lady at the counter kept complaining to her coworker about work. Told me my room that was booked is not available. Left and went into another room behind the counter without saying anything and her coworker came to call her after she noticed we were still waiting. The lady came back and told us that the room is now available. Went up to the room and noticed it isn’t even our room that we requested to be with ocean view. Engineer/service guy walks into our room 5-10 minutes into our stay in the room and apologized as my wife was in the bathroom with the door open. I asked him why he opened the door and didn’t knock and he said the room wasn’t supposed to be in service because AC wasn’t working, no tv in the room and corner of tv stand was Broken. We went back downstairs and waiting another half hour to be attended to and was given 2 small beds in one room. Worse hotel experience!! I couldn’t even complain in ththe morning because the checkout line was longer than a line for the movie theatre. Horrible experience all around. I want a refund!!!
The best for location and interior
Valet parking have very good service
Receptionist is fair service
Really terrific stay overall. Connected to 3 Casinos, while not being a "casino hotel" was great. Staff was very friendly and professional The decor of the hotel itself is old-school and charming, while the standard rooms feel like a modern hotel. Really reasonable rates. The pool area is very nice with lots of seating and mock-cabanas. When we went it was overrun with kids, but I know there are adults only hours in the evening (which we did not take advantage of - should have!)
Only minor complaints here - towels in the room are small, and when we requested extra (we were initially provided two towels for a 4 person room) we were told that all the towels in the hotel were in use! But it was only a couple hours before they brought us more. No big deal. The elevators can be terribly slow on occasion. Most of the time its fine, but there were one or two instances where we waited a solid 5-10 mins for one to come. The drain in the tub is slow, so if you take a shower you will be standing in 2 inches of water by the time you're done.
Excellent From Start to Finish!
There's a classic Atlantic City feel to the hotel that cannot be outdone by most other properties in the city. Rooms are more spacious than others and everyone was helpful! Even their self-park employees were so helpful to give us helpful information on the hotel and its neighbouring properties (especially since the food choices helped our starving selves upon arrival.)
Would have been nice if the counter at the second floor, which looks like a check-in and concierge counter itself, told guests to turn around and check-in at the first floor. It makes the hotel look a percent abandoned, so it makes that little spot look more like a museum half-done.
The Claridge - A Radisson Hotel was named the “Skyscraper by the Sea” in 1929 and still holds true to the name today. Famous icons such as Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra and Al Capone are among the guests who have stayed at the prime oceanfront location and today, the hotel appeals to individual travelers, artists, and convention goers.
The hotel is ideally located near the boardwalk and beach at Park Place near plenty of entertainment, restaurants, bars and casinos. Next to the hotel is beautiful Brighton Park where local and international talent often turns a space into a gallery showcasing their work. A three-minute drive will bring guests to plentiful shopping venues at the Tanger Outlet Mall. A 13-minute walk will bring guests to the Atlantic City Convention Center and the Atlantic City Rail Terminal so they can travel the world’s famous playground, Atlantic City.
Accommodations at The Claridge - A Radisson are unique and appealing with 1920’s era décor and striking details. Standard rooms are spacious with bold ivory carpeting, dark-wood furnishings, and gold patterns with black accents. All rooms offer a flat-screen TV, coffeemaker, mini-fridge, and safe. The suites feature separate living areas and include a wet bar. Many elegant suites also feature ocean or bay views.
A range of features keep travelers, couples, and even families occupied while on-site. An indoor pool, rooftop bar, restaurant, arcade, and on-site art gallery are all main attractions for guests. The hotel also showcases an on-site public theater, conference rooms, event halls, and an opulent grand ballroom where business and personal events are held.
Appealing to today’s Atlantic City traveler, The Claridge - A Radisson hotel offers easy access to entertainment and the famed boardwalk and beach. The intriguing history, 1920’s design, and themed 500 black-and-gold rooms make the hotel unique to the area.
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