La Renaissance Suites

Address: 190 South Kentucky Ave., Atlantic City, Jersey Shore, New Jersey, 08401, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 190 South Kentucky Ave., Atlantic City, is near Atlantic City Boardwalk, Caesars Atlantic City Casino, Bally's Atlantic City Casino, and Resorts Atlantic City Casino.
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    Travel Blogs from Atlantic City

    Home of Boardwalk Empire

    A travel blog entry by sirencall183 on May 13, 2015

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    Atlantic City was the last stop on our loop back to fly out from New York. We stayed the night at a Casino Hotel.....weird place!

    The morning was spent down on the boardwalk and beach. A tractor type machine rakes the beach to clear the debris of the night before.

















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    It begins in Atlantic City...

    A travel blog entry by rene77 on Nov 09, 2014

    128 photos

    The weekend after we got back from Barbados was a long weekend. So far we have only been away once over a long week-end either due to Matt's work or because they sort of snuck up on us. We looked at exploring areas north of New York but as we left it a bit late accommodation was a bit limited and car rental expensive so we decided to visit Atlantic City – a 2-hour bus ride away and we could book a hotel on Matt’s points!

    We left on Friday 29th of ...

    Cheese, beer, wine and more cheese...and ice cream

    A travel blog entry by manchoochoo on Nov 07, 2014

    ... it shows everywhere. We saw almost no chains at all, not even Wal Marts. No billboards. The people were friendly and healthy looking. We saw almost no lawyer offices, doctor offices, hospitals, etc., and farms were everywhere. The scenery was spectacular and the covered bridges were amazing (Note Emily and Martin as well as the above mentioned).

    We spent $1,627.49 on this trip going over our saved envelope amount by about $200. Not bad.

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    A One Night Gamble

    A travel blog entry by hollynjym on May 18, 2014

    98 photos

    ... over the years so whenever I get the chance to see more I always jump at it. The pieces were everywhere and beautiful as always.

    We had dinner at Izakaya, a fantastic sushi restaurant. It was so tasty and as always I tried some new things I haven't eaten before. This time around we tried Edamame Dumplings which were really interesting and although I have had Edamame I have not had them in dumpling form. We ...

    Atlantic City weekends

    A travel blog entry by sethfield on May 17, 2013

    I made two trips to Atlantic City while a cadet, at the end of cow and then firstie years. Cow year was post-TEE leave, when a group of Gups (Frank, Mikey, Luke et al.) rented a house near the beach. Despite some unmentionable moments (Scarlett Johansson, anyone?) we had a lot of fun and were able to enjoy some relaxing time together before CLDT and breaking up for the summer. A year later, ...