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Enjoy Atlantic City's best at the Skyline Tower!

Wyndham Skyline Tower, located one block from the world-famous Boardwalk and Trump Taj Mahal,! This 32-story high-rise overlooks the Atlantic City Boardwalk where you can eat, shop and play the days away. Close to all the action of Atlantic City and within walking distance to the best attractions, museums, beaches, amusement piers and casinos in the area, this location is a perfect jumping off point to nearby cities.

$75 per night
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Beach Front + Free Parking and Seasonal Pool

Ocean front studio with amazing views all the way down the beach. Watch sunrise over the ocean, sun by the third floor pool, walk right out the front door onto the world famous boardwalk... Just steps away from all the nightlife, food, sun, and casinos make our ocean front studio your home in Atlantic City. We provide a cook top, microwave, and dorm fridge so you can save some money by cooking in or reheating, while easily stepping out to the one of the dozens of amazing restaurants nearby.

$94 per night
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Luxury Ocean Front Condo Upgraded w/ Free Parking

Wake up with mile long ocean and boardwalk views in my beautifully updated ocean front condo! Watch sunrise over the ocean, sun by the third floor pool, walk right out the front door onto the world famous boardwalk... Just steps away from all the nightlife, food, sun, and casinos make our ocean front studio your home in Atlantic City.

$106 per night

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Ocean Front Condo Unit - Amazing Sunrise!
$86 per night
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Glamorous Studio Condo - Best Getaway for Couples!
$103 per night
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Luxury Beach front Studio - Romantic Getaway!
$112 per night
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Chic Ocean Front Studio | Walk in Shower | Parking
$111 per night
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*Now Available* Amazing View & Beach Access!
$98 per night
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Large luxury beach front condo + Free Parking!
$114 per night
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Boardwalk and Ocean Views - Direct Beach Access
$83 per night
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Beach & Boardwalk - Endless Summer Sunrise Studio
$114 per night
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Penthouse beachfront + Free Parking + Pool!
$133 per night
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Beach & Boardwalk Front for 4 + Free Parking
$86 per night
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Direct Ocean Access - Free Parking Boardwalk View
$94 per night
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Rarely Available Mid Century Modern Beach Front!
$104 per night

Your guide to Atlantic City

Welcome to Atlantic City

Atlantic City lives up to its reputation as America’s playground. Often thought of as the epicenter of East Coast casinos, the New Jersey shore town really grew out of its beach culture. In an effort to keep sand off of hotel carpeting in 1870, the city built a boardwalk — the first in the world. Though it had a practical purpose, it gave birth to a entirely new genre of beachgoing. Now the four-mile-long walk is itself a piece of Americana, serving as a magnet for both family fun and around-the-clock frivolous entertainment. The area is also known for its outlet shopping, golfing, spas, and fine dining—with top-name chefs heralding restaurants throughout the city.


How do I get around Atlantic City?

The quickest way to your Atlantic City vacation rental is to fly into Atlantic City International Airport (ACY), just a 20-minute drive from the boardwalk. Taxis and rideshare services are available, as are car rentals. More flight options are available to Philadelphia International Airport (PHL), just about an hour away via the Atlantic City Expressway. You can take a train to the terminal next to the Atlantic City Convention Center via NJ Transit, while buses run from New York, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C. Once you’re in town, the major casinos have their own parking garages — and it might be easiest to leave your car there and get around town on the jitney, which runs 24 hours a day every day. While trams run along the boardwalk, for a more classic experience, get a push on the rolling chairs, which were introduced in the 1880s when they were the only vehicles allowed on the planks.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Atlantic City?

New York City has the New Year’s Eve ball drop, but here in Atlantic City, it’s all about the Beach Ball Drop, the seaside city’s official method of ringing in the summer season Memorial Day Weekend. From that holiday weekend through Labor Day, the peak season brings warm beach weather along with plenty of festivities, such as summer concerts, live entertainment, and outdoor movies. But along with the beachfront thrills come the big crowds. The spring and fall months allow for more room to breathe, but also usher in cooler weather. While the casinos are popular year-round, many area attractions follow the ebb and flow of the crowds, closing for the season in the fall and reopening when the temperatures rise.


What are the top things to do in Atlantic City?

Beach & Boardwalk

No doubt the marquee attraction of the Jersey Shore, the boardwalk traces the beach, where surfing, parasailing, fishing, boating, windsurfing, and kayaking are all options. On the other side, large-scale casinos are interspersed with throwback shops, serving up famous saltwater taffy and frozen custard. And for a true taste of Americana, head out to the Steel Pier amusement park, dating back to 1898.

Absecon Lighthouse

Just off the northern end of the boardwalk rises New Jersey’s tallest lighthouse — and the country’s third-tallest — at 171 feet high. Climb its 228 steps to a vantage point mixing Atlantic City’s skyline with a view of the vast ocean, as well as an original Fresnel lens used when the beacon opened in 1857.

Civil Rights Garden

Atlantic City hosts the first large Civil Rights monument in a northern state, which opened in 2001 by the Carnegie Library. Eleven black granite columns line the winding path through the garden representing the road from slavery to equality. Also on site are a reflecting pool and bronze bell, whose vibrations cause ripples in the water.