The new property features a private 2,000-square-foot luxury table games suite seats just on the 44th floor of the casino hotel. Everything there is set to the high limits and the VIPs get a stunning view as they place their stakes. The room features just the right aesthetics that would get high rollers gambling while enjoying floor-to-ceiling views of the Atlantic Ocean.
“Our ability to devote coveted hotel real estate to gaming, raises the bar for high-limit action in Atlantic City,” said Terry Glebocki, CEO of Ocean. “The Loft at Ocean presents a premier casino option for guests seeking an exclusive experience on the East Coast.”
Everything You Should Know About The Loft
As with every other top VIP section reserved for the casino’s best, The Loft is only open to high rollers invited to join the party. Guests of The Loft get to enjoy a real casino experience with special services including a tailored bar with the best offer in the country.
The high-limit room is home to four Blackjack tables but can be configured to fit other table games such as Baccarat or Roulette.
Ocean said The Loft is designed “with COVID-19 health and safety protocols top-of-mind.” This includes undergoing a deep cleaning after every use, “ensuring players can focus on their game of choice with confidence.”
The Loft is not the first addition to Ocean’s list of assets aimed at attracting the upper echelons of casino players. The first was known as The Cove – a $2 million high-limit slot room set up with 140 slot machines.
The Cove offers some impressive features including:
- 7,450-square-feet of high-end gaming space
- A dedicated cocktail service
- Enhanced beverage selection
- Private restrooms
- An exclusive casino cage
Ocean Casino Records More Wins
Ocean continues to soar even as many Atlantic City casinos recover from the rude shock known as the coronavirus epidemic. The operator’s marketing tactics might have paid off and are still paving the way for it as it takes lead to become the leading option in Atlantic City.
While all nine of the city’s gambling hubs saw their revenues drop due to the Covid-19 pandemic and due to the business restrictions that followed, Ocean and Hard Rock Hotel & Casino AC saw one of the best of times.
Ocean closed out the year 2020 on a positive note with the smallest percentage drop (-10.1%) in gaming revenue and casino gains (-14.9%)
Hard Rock also had a good time especially in the last three months of 2020 and the first month of 2021. The casino reported year-over-year increases in monthly revenue for those months.
February saw restrictions eased and casinos could operate at a 35% capacity. Ocean Resort reported a 2.4% year-over-year increase for that month which represented $21.8 million in gaming revenue.
Ocean has already boosted its offers during the pandemic and looks to run its operations in 2021 with all its offers in full gear.
With restrictions being eased further in March and casinos given the go-ahead to operate at 50% capacity, Ocean Resort looks ahead to new positive expectations.