Gambling at the Hilton Casino

Written by Zac Johnson
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Late last night Reena and I decided to run down to Atlantic City for a bit. We didn’t have any specific casino in mind this time, so I mentioned we should hit up the Hilton Casino, since I just received a letter from the Senior Casino Host there. I never went to the Hilton before, but I saw it was at the end of the boardwalk casinos, so I wasn’t sure what to expect. We pulled up to the Hilton and it actually looked pretty nice, not to mention they had surface parking, so I would never have to worry about fitting in the garage.

Once inside we enjoyed the scenery and the casino floor. Even though it was already 1am once we arrived, I noticed this casino seemed a bit slow and calm (which was a good thing). They had two craps tables open, so that was where we started. I cashed in for $500 worth of chips… and that didn’t last more than 10-15 mins. Once those chips were out, I cashed in for another $1100. This time around was a lot better and last for about an hour. We left the craps table up $200 in total.

Another cool thing I liked about the Hilton was they had some slot machines that I hadn’t seen before. They had a roulette slot machine and I tried it out for a bit and pocketed a quick $75. Then after that we hit up some poker and blackjack games, both on machines. I lost$20 on poker and Reena made an extra$50 on the blackjack game. After this we decided to leave while we were still ahead.

In the end, the Hilton Casino in Atlantic City was pretty decent, and I’m glad the senior casino host took the time to contact me. Maybe on my next visit there I will get to meet up with her. I have no idea how the rooms are in the place, but if they have any of the incentives offered by the Resorts, then I’m sure we will be back there soon enough!

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8 Replies to “Gambling at the Hilton Casino”

  1. Its been several years (probably 10 or 11) since I was in Atlantic city. I guess Vegas has me hooked if I plan to go gambling. And then there is always Canada just a few hours north of me.

    Maybe its time to take a quick trip to the east coast for some some good Atlantic city action. 🙂

  2. Zac,

    Thank you for your blog and mentioning my letter. I am sorry I missed you on your recent visit here. I look forward to meeting you soon.

  3. Hilton is sick…can't wait to return to Vegas, need to make some Affiliate cash flow first, thats why I'm Here!!!

  4. They are linked by a nice walkway so they are in effect one place. However, you don’t have to walk through the casino to get to the hotel. They have their own entrances.

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  6. I don't believe any of the Resorts-owned casinos have this capability yet. your best bet is to try calling the casino directly and get transferred to customer service or the player's club desk.

  7. The Las Vegas Hilton is at the north end of the Strip. It is east of Las Vegas BLVD on Paradise Rd. It does have a Monorail stop but it is still a long way from the New York New York. For a good look at where the casino's are in relation to each other, I suggest Yahoo Maps.

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