Tropicana and The Quarter Earn Atlantic City’s Only ‘A+’ From the Washington Post

The Quarter is ‘AC’s Undisputed Star … ‘ – Washington Post

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J., March 23 /PRNewswire/ — On Sunday, March 13, 2005, the Washington Post featured Atlantic City, NJ on the cover of its Travel Section branding The Quarter and Tropicana Casino and Resort with the city’s highest mark and only “A+.” The Washington Post also highlighted the remaining properties along with other dining and entertainment venues in the city, conceding that “things in AC are changing rapidly.”

Dennis C. Gomes, president of resort operations for Aztar Corporation, Tropicana’s parent company, had this to say, “We are honored that the Washington Post has given Tropicana and The Quarter an A+. Since its debut in November 2004, The Quarter has been overwhelmingly received by the mainstream media. We have truly become a resort destination.”

Here are a few more quotes from the Washington Post:

“Atlantic City, NJ is dancing to a new beat. And it goes all night” … “For proof, look no further than The Quarter.” … “For the moment, The Quarter is the big dog.” … “It’s all quite impressive (The Quarter) …” … “You can’t stray far without bumping into some sort of fun diversion …”

Undoubtedly what’s the city’s most sensational, sultry and sizzling hot new destination, The Quarter at Tropicana is the largest non-gaming expansion in the history of Atlantic City. In addition to offering guests first-rate dining, shopping, entertainment and spa options, the Havana Tower adds 505 new hotel rooms, 45,000 square feet of meeting space, and 2,400 new parking spaces.

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