Borgata reopens high-end lounge after multimillion-dollar upgrade
By Bob Garcia
The Atlantic City casino is ready to welcome VIPs to the new-and-improved Miralto lounge
Residents and visitors to Atlantic City can now enjoy a great amenity as the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa located in the area has decided to open its completely renovated high-limit slot room adjacent to the hotel lobby. Measuring 8,300 feet, Miralto has been open since late last week, after undergoing an expensive renovation that lasted approximately two months.
Any Americas Cardroom fan who decides to check it out will find a high-limit lounge that houses 100 slot machines, including the property’s $500 Blue Wild Star and Red White exclusives, as well as titles such as Lighting Cash and Dragon Cash. A day prior to this lounge opening, the Borgata had reopened the doors of the legendary Old Homestead Steak House, which has been part of the Borgata since the property opened nearly a decade ago.
“This beautiful redesign brings a new vibe and energy to the guest experience from the moment of arrival to the conclusion of the meal,” Vice President of Hospitality Anthony Caratozzolo said of the steak house. “I think the restaurant team is as excited to welcome our guests back as they are to return.”
These new upgrades at the resort are part of a larger-scale remodel of Borgata’s slot gaming areas. Demi Adebowale, Director of Slot Operations at the resort, said the company is pleased to return Miralto’s services to guests after a long-awaited renovation. Adebowale added that raising the level of luxury offered by the resort is a clear ongoing commitment to remain the market leader.