- Borgata’s high-limit slot lounge Miralto reopened last week after undergoing renovation.
- The MGM-owned resort also reopened the famous Old Homestead Steakhouse last December 22.
- Borgata is the top-grossing casino in Atlantic City and its hotel is the largest in New Jersey with 2,798 rooms.
Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa reopened its high-limit slot lounge Miralto last week.
Miralto is officially OPEN! ✨#BorgataAC's high-limit slot lounge has reopened unveiling stunning decor! More than 100 slot games have returned including Dragon Cash, Lightning Cash, and the exclusive $500-dollar Red White, and Blue Wild Star.
🎰Press your luck TODAY! pic.twitter.com/Op5K13eeXW
— BORGATA (@BorgataAC) December 23, 2022
The space was closed in early October to make way for renovations.
In a statement, Borgata Director of Slot Operations Demi Adebowale said:
The Miralto Reopens
Located adjacent to the hotel lobby, the 8,300 square foot lounge has a stunning decor that embraces the elegance and sophistication that is synonymous with Borgata. In its press release, Borgata described the renovated Miralto as covered in “vast gold in-color framework combined with frosted windowpanes” to offer a secluded high-limit experience.
The colors of cream gold, and green surround the redesigned cabinetry that encases the collection of over 100 slot machine games such as Dragon Cash, Lightning Cash, and the $500 Red, White, and Blue Wildstar. In the center of the Miralto is a collection of glass chandeliers. This centerpiece spans 100 inches in diameter and is composed of 3,456 individually-cut pieces of glass.
Aside from the Miralto renovation, Borgata is “transforming” its entire slots gaming floor. The traditional long rows of slot machines will transition into a “dynamic and spacious experience” with the introduction of new arrangements and comfortable seating.
The resort is also making improvements for table game enthusiasts by installing 92 55-inch television sets throughout the gaming floor so there is no need to move to catch a big game.
Borgata’s Two Other Reinvestment Projects This Year
The Miralto is the third reinvestment project announced by Borgata this year. Borgata introduced the B Prime Steak early in the summer and in September, it renovated the long-time celebrated Old Homestead Steakhouse.
Old Homestead is famous for its location in New York City’s Meatpacking District, which opened in 1868. That restaurant is known for its giant porterhouse steak for two, a $350 Wagyu steak on its lunch menu, and the $180,000 Thanksgiving Dinner a couple of years ago.
The Borgata’s Old Homestead, which reopened last December 22, has an interior inspired by that first location. The restaurant’s menu includes seafood, sides, and steaks like its domestically-raised and hand-massaged wagyu beef. The bar serves unique cocktails such as the Sherry Special, which combines Woodford Reserve bourbon and chardonnay topped with champagne float, and the Blue Crush which is made with blueberry brandy.
Meanwhile, the B Prime Steakhouse opened last June 23 on the casino floor, next to the BetMGM Sportsbook. The steakhouse’s menu features a 42-ounce B Prime Tomahawk for 2, 18-ounce Wagyu Chateaubriand, and a ”Taste of Japan” steak flight which includes A5 Kobe beef. Its other offerings include steak tartare, crab cake, and wagyu cheesesteak bites.
About Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa
Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa is the top-grossing casino in Atlantic City. Established in 2003, the resort was originally a joint venture of MGM Mirage and Boyd Gaming, before MGM eventually bought out Boyd. Currently, the resort’s real estate is owned by VICI Properties while MGM Resorts owns its operations.
It features a gaming area of 161,000 square feet with over 4,000 slot machines, 180 table games, and 50 poker tables. The BetMGM Sportsbook and Bar at Borgata has 8,000 square feet of space and features a 40-foot LED video wall and six betting windows while its bar has a selection of 20 craft beers and specialty bar bites.
The resort has a second venue for sports betting in the Race and Sports Book located adjacent to the North Entrance and Poker Room. The Race and Sports Book is also the only spot in Atlantic City where horse racing bets can be placed. Borgata also offers online gaming within the state of New Jersey via borgatacasino.com, borgatapoker.com, and borgatasports.com.
The casino hotel has 2,798 rooms and suites and is the largest hotel in New Jersey. It also boasts 106,000 square feet of meeting and event space, a 2,400-seat Events Center, a 900-seat Music Box Theater, a Premier Night Club, 11 retail boutiques, 13 fine dining, and casual restaurants, Spa Toccare, a Roman-style outdoor pool, and the Borgata Beer Garden.