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The Top 10 Hotel Spas in Atlantic City, New Jersey

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A trip to one of the casinos in Atlantic City doesn’t always have to be to gamble or to experience the nightlife. There are many spas inside each resort that, sometimes, get overlooked because of all the non-stop entertainment that goes on. The Jersey Shore Girl rounded up the top 10 hotel spas in Atlantic City for readers looking for self-care treatments, whether it’s a massage or facial, or even a body scrub. Some spas have day passes, so even if a guest wants to spend a few hours at a private hot tub or sauna, there’s always that option. Read on for JSG’s top spa roundup in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

Breathe Salt Spa at Tropicana | 2801 Pacific Avenue

Breathe Salt Spa features a salty escape where guests will find many salt therapy treatments used to help relieve upper respiratory conditions. Prior to each spa treatment, guests can choose their favorite aromatic salt and indulge in the benefits. Here, the anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties of salt, per the spa’s website, have been shown to effectively help treat conditions of the skin such as eczema, acne, and psoriasis. Other body services, facials, and massages are provided such as the Coconut Bliss Tropical Body Buff or Magic Milk Probiotic Calming Facial. A day pass at Breathe Salt Spa costs $50 for both guests of the hotel and non-guests.

Read More: The 12 Best Spas at the Jersey Shore

Exhale Spa + Bathhouse at Ocean Casino | 500 Boardwalk

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There’s a reason why Exhale Spa + Bathhouse has been named Spas of America’s No. 1 New Jersey Casino Spa and the No.2 Spa in the Garden State. The 40,000-square-foot spa features a one-of-a-kind bathhouse with a jetted pool, jacuzzi, Himalayan Salt grotto, and lounge area. Guests can prepare their skin for the summer with the Glow Body Scrub, which exfoliates and improves the surface while detoxifying the body. Exhale has monthly deals, available every Tuesday and Thursday, such as a $150 fusion massage or a $150 true facial. A day pass at Exhale Spa is $99 per hotel guest or $120 per non-hotel guest.

Qua Bath + Spas at Caesars | 2100 Pacific Avenue

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Qua inside Caesars is more than just a place where guests can indulge in a massage or facial. It’s also a luxurious retreat where people can relax in the Roman baths, called Roman Rituals after the traditions of ancient Rome, which includes three different pools — one cold, one warm, and one hot. Per the website, “Here, surrounded by natural stone, warm woods, and the gentle flow of waterfalls, you are free.” A three-hour day pass ($75 for hotel guests and $105 for non-hotel guests) can be purchased to experience the pools — including a private heated outdoor pool- steam room, sauna, and the fitness center featuring state-of-the-art equipment.

Rock Spa + Salon at Hard Rock1000 Boardwalk

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Hard Rock’s Rock Spa + Salon will, literally, rock you. Featuring “Solid As A Rock” deep tissue massage and “We Will Rock You” warm stone massage, Rock Spa has over 30 treatment rooms — two of which are Rhythm & Motion rooms that take guests on a rhythmic massage journey using bass vibrations. There is a co-ed Vitality Pool area that includes a heated hydrotherapy tub and specialty shower with a Caribbean Rain experience. For the ultimate experience, though, an entourage can book the “Celebrity Experience” — a private spa suite where guests will be treated like “rock stars” (think complimentary champagne and cheese platter). A day pass at Rock Spa costs $50 Monday through Friday and $100 on Saturdays and Sundays (prices are for both guests and non-guests).

Resorts Spa + Health Club | 1133 Boardwalk


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Resorts Casino Hotel has a relaxing spa and health club that provides hotel guests with massages, skincare treatments, and body treatments for a reasonable price (a 50-minute classic massage is $110). For $15 per day, guests (of the hotel only) can enjoy the spa’s steam room and sauna. The best part is the indoor therapeutic saltwater pool that has breathtaking views of the boardwalk and ocean. Although it’s indoor, there are many lounge chairs outside for those who want to tan or relax in the sun.

Sea Spa Sanctuary at Tropicana | 111 South Chelsea Avenue

The Sea Spa Sanctuary, also located inside Tropicana, is described as a “whimsical playground” that has the Elements sanctuary — a large area featuring a luxurious jacuzzi, invigorating dry sauna, steam room, and heated benches and floors. The 7,000-square-foot safe space is available to guests (hotel and non-hotel) for just $50 per day, not including special services, or guests have the option of hosting a spa party — whether it’s for a bachelorette party or birthday party — and taking over the vibrant Tea Room.

Spa Toccare at Borgata | 1 Borgata Way

Spa Toccare is just one of the many self-care spaces at Borgata along with The Salon, The Barbershop, and the gym aka the Pump Room. The spa itself is an escape from the bustling casino since it’s connected to an indoor pool and adjacent outdoor garden. Providing a variety of treatments for all different types of people, Spa Toccare has the Athlete’s Massage, which is a therapeutic massage for pain relief designed to increase range of motion and recovery of overworked muscles. There is also the Botinol Facial, an innovative, non-invasive anti-aging treatment boosted with retinol, alpha-lipoic acid, and peptides that provide guests with an instant and long-term youthful look. A day pass, for both hotel guests and non-hotel guests, can be booked for $80.

The Spa at Bally’s | 1900 Pacific Avenue


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The Spa at Bally’s, open Thursdays through Sundays, is one of the more affordable spas inside an Atlantic City hotel. The 50-minute Swedish massage is $109 while a 75-minute Deep Tissue massage is $199. Guests don’t have to visit the spa to get a massage — they can also book a room package where a 30-minute therapeutic massage is included or they can make a reservation to get a massage at the beach bar cabana. This spa also has a scalp, foot, and chair massage at $2 per minute. This hotel does not have any day passes due to its limited services.

The Spa + Salon at Golden Nugget | 600 Huron Avenue

Patrons will feel “Golden” at The Spa + Salon at Golden Nugget with the vast array of spa and salon services designed to leave guests feeling “relaxed and refreshed or energized and invigorated.” There are some benefits to booking a service at this boardwalk hotel’s spa including complimentary access to the outdoor H2o Pool and Bar as well as access to the indoor fitness center, jacuzzi, sauna, and steam room area. Every Friday from 2PM to 6PM there is even a “Spa Happy Hour,” when guests can enjoy 20 percent off one full-price treatment. A day pass at this spa costs $40 per day for both guests and non-hotel guests.

See More: The Best Spas in Northern New Jersey

The Spa at Harrah’s Resort | 777 Harrah’s Boulevard

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The Spa inside Harrah’s Resort, located less than a 10-minute drive from the boardwalk, is the perfect “escape” for those who had a late night of partying. Featuring “escape” body treatments, such as the detox, stress melter and remineralizer, escape massage, and escape facial. At The Spa, there is even a deluxe couple’s suite featuring a private shower, jacuzzi, and fireplace. This spa provides complimentary access to Harrah’s glass dome pool complex, which is famously known for turning into The Pool After Dark at night. A day pass costs $75 (for hotel and non-hotel guests) for use of the sauna, jacuzzi, and steam room, plus access to Harrah’s pool.

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