Looking for an alternative to the beach, where you can enjoy some of the night-life as well? Try Atlantic City! These are not ordinary hotel rentals; rather, they offer resort-type or upscale accommodations to the vacationer who has chosen Atlantic City, New Jersey, as the destination for the annual excursion.
The Flagship property, located at the northern end of the famous Boardwalk, has one- and two-bedroom suites that offer all the usual amenities, EXCEPT that these rooms have a full kitchen. The building proper has a casino, an indoor pool, and a fitness center. Garage parking is available for registered guests.
Atlantic Palace and is another excellent choice for a vacation rental. Studio and one- and two-bedroom suites are available. None of them have kitchens, but each room suite does boast a small refrigerator and a coffeemaker, as well as a Jacuzzi. The views of the Atlantic City skyline, the Boardwalk, and the Atlantic Ocean itself are fantastic.
Fairfield Atlantic City at Skyline Tower, recently went underwent a renovation that cost approximately $75 million. This now-like-new property has a one-bedroom suite, and a one-bedroom deluxe unit, both of which have a partial kitchen. There is also a two-bedroom deluxe unit that includes a full-size kitchen. All sleeping quarters in these units are private.
Atlantic City also offers a number of beach houses for rent. Once such property is the Lucky Beach House. This 2200 square foot, 4-bedroom, 4.5 bathroom residence is only minutes from the beach. $1800-$2500 per week will give one access to this unique form of lodging.
Another home, located on the waterfront, is also available for rental. The three-story structure has a deck, gourmet kitchen, and beautiful marble floors. Everything is included, and its location makes getting to casinos and other area attractions and activities a breeze.
This property can be rented by the night for $500-$650. A security deposit of $500 is required; however, it is refunded upon leaving, as long as nothing has been damaged or destroyed.