About Hard Rock AC in New Jersey
The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino AC holds a rich history, having been inaugurated in 1990 by Donald Trump. Constructed at a staggering cost of US$1 billion, it housed original eateries like Moon at Dynasty, Sultan’s Feast, Hard Rock Café, Robert’s Steakhouse, and II Mulino New York.
Being home to the country's first in-casino, it became a focal point on the Boardwalk. Once known as the Trump Taj Mahal, the establishment faced bankruptcy in 2014. However, Icahn Enterprises stepped in just in time.
The Trump Taj Mahal closed its doors on 10th October 2016. Subsequently, on 1st March 2017, the Seminole Tribe of Florida, in collaboration with the Morris and Jingoli families, acquired the property under the Hard Rock International brand. The venue made its grand reopening on 27th June 2018.
Later in November, the revived Hard Rock announced its plans for an online and retail sportsbook, which officially launched in 2019.
The COVID-19 pandemic adversely impacted many hotels and casinos, and the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino AC was no exception. Notably, Scores Nightclub and Robert’s Steakhouse ceased operations during this period. Despite these challenges, the establishment has made a robust comeback, competing head-to-head with industry giants.
Is there sports betting at Hard Rock AC?
Yes, sports betting is available at Hard Rock AC. The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino AC features a dedicated Hard Rock Sportsbook section where players can bet on a variety of sports. Apart from the competitive odds, patrons can watch games on over 40 TVs and savor drinks at the sports bar to make their NJ sports betting experience even better.
The establishment also provides top-notch customer service at its six kiosks, making the process of withdrawals and deposits both swift and convenient.
What other kinds of gambling does Hard Rock AC offer?
The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino AC provides an encompassing gambling experience, specializing in casino and sports betting. Here's a glimpse of the enthralling games on offer: