Atlantic City, NJ (January 27, 2012) – Revel will open its doors in Spring 2012 offering a new, easily accessible resort, especially for consumers in Philadelphia, New York City, Washington DC and their surrounding regions.
Encompassing 6.3 million square feet, the $2.4 billion glass structure on The Boardwalk will be more notable for its lifestyle experiences than its physical size. Revel Entertainment Group’s creative teams are curating a collection of nightlife and daylife offerings, restaurants, retail theaters, experiential venues, and programming that will appeal to guests’ passions from cuisine to entertainment, popular culture, fashion, wellness, fitness and other personal interests. The resort will serve as a playground for those who engage in life with gusto and aplomb.
At opening, Revel’s glass tower will have well over 1,100 rooms, 46 retail shops, 12 restaurants, 3 clubs, a 28,000 square foot spa, and 5,500 and 600 seat theaters.
One of these restaurants is Azure by Allegretti. This will capture the sun-kissed glamour of the Italian and French Riviera, raising the seaside dining experience in the region to a new level. A native of Nice, Chef Allegretti pairs the flavors of his Italian heritage with his own French culinary pedigree to create a modern take on Riviera classics. Features of Allegretti’s menu will include handmade pastas, Mediterranean whole fish, a raw bar, and composed dishes from the land and sea, accompanied by a renowned wine list.
Revel faces the ocean, choosing a graceful glass façade that reflects the waves, literally and figuratively. Three pool areas, private and public beaches, and private cabanas will provide vibrant water experiences.
Revel will also include a 150,000 square foot casino woven within multiple layers of entertainment venues. Revel chooses to be, and inherently is an entertainment destination, inviting a new age of tourism to the U.S. East Coast.
For a glimpse of the future, and to register for updates on the resort, visit www.revelresorts.com. Revel is located on the Boardwalk between S. New Jersey and S. Connecticut Avenues.