Atlantic City’s Borgata Casino officially announced the long-awaited relaunch of its high-limit Miralto lounge. The renovated play space underwent an extensive multi-million redesign, featuring many top-of-the-line amenities, appealing to wealthy bidders. The casino also plans to overhaul the rest of the slot and table game spaces to offer a more polished and engaging experience.
Miralto Remains a Premier Luxury Gaming Space
Borgata’s Miralto high-limit slot lounge reopens on December 23 after an extensive two-month rejuvenation project. The 8,300 square-foot space offers a hand-picked collection of over 100 slot games like the $500-dollar Red White and Blue Wild Star aimed at high-volume bettors. The lounge caters to the most discerning tastes, featuring private restrooms, exclusive cashiering services, and elegant, refined decor.
Director of slot operations at Borgata Demi Adebowale was excited to announce the lounge’s long-awaited reopening, welcoming clients to experience the updated interior and immerse themselves in a secluded high-limit slot experience.
Elevating the level of luxury Borgata offers demonstrates the ongoing commitment we have to remain the market leader.
Demi Adebowale, Borgata director of slot operations
The Miralto lounge is situated next to the hotel lobby, and its renewed interior features a cream, gold, and green color palette, accentuated by redesigned cabinetry. Frosted window panes and a golden framework separate the space from the rest of the floor, providing a secluded, luxurious place for patrons to enjoy an undisturbed betting experience.
A custom glass chandelier over 8 feet in diameter dominates the area’s central space. 3,456 individually cut, hand-placed pieces of glass draw in visitors, welcoming them to one of the premier high-limit slot lounges in the Atlantic City market. The space perfectly matches the elegance and sophistication valued by Borgata and gives a clue to the casino’s future projects.
Borgata Envisions Additional Extensive Updates
The Miralto renovation is the next step in Borgata’s plans to refresh its offerings. The Old Homestead Steak House reopens with Miralto, offering an unparalleled dining experience and extending its 100-year heritage of serving the finest cuts of beef. A newly designed dining room and expanded bar welcome new and returning guests to savor its legendary food and beverage menu.
Borgata also plans an extensive redesign of its 161,000 square feet gaming space, envisioning a dynamic and spacious interior complemented by comfortable seating and new arrangements. Ninety 55-inch televisions will allow fans to remain connected to their favorite games without interruptions. The casino is investing substantially in the future, recognizing the need to stay relevant within its market niche by keeping its offerings fresh and exciting.