The Borgata has a big wallet

It was not long ago that Borgata held its grand opening for its $12 Million, 8,000-square-foot sports lounge, Moneyline Bar and Book. The venue was quick to draw people in thanks to its 40-foot LED video wall, six betting windows, delicious food, craft beer, and VIP area.

And given all it has to offer, the media couldn’t help but notice that Moneyline Bar and Book, isn’t just ideal for sports fans. But also for everyday pleasure seekers who are simply looking for a good night out in Atlantic City.

But now, we’re learning that the Borgata is ready to open its wallet again. And this time they’re planning to inject another $14 Million to the property. But let’s see what this extreme makeover is about this time.

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Lobby with a new bar and VIP check-in

The number 1 earner in Atlantic City is ready to splash out more money on renovations. In fact, the upcoming upgrades to the casino are apparently necessary to ensure customer satisfaction. But are also essential to make sure the Borgata casino keep its momentum. And continue to draw crowds to capitalize on its Moneyline Bar and Book.

The $14 Million renovation project will mostly focus on the overall look of the hotel. And the lobby revamps should be complete at the end of September. This way, the casino can make a great first impression with its exclusive VIP check-in. But the casino also plans to add a new bar in the lobby. This way, waiting will be fun and relaxing.

Room upgrade The Borgata has a big wallet

The Borgata has also announced that it’s not only the main area that will get a fresh coat of paint. In fact, MGM has also set aside a considerable chunk of cash to upgrade 312 hotel suites. The room upgrade should be completed early next year. And should make Borgata even more appealing as Atlantic City is experiencing an influx of tourism.