Vacation rentals in Atlantic City

Vacation rentals in Atlantic City

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Highlights Atlantic City

  • Upmarket urban rentals
  • Wide selection of entertainment activities
  • Lively city getaway
  • Casino Resort vacation
  • Vibrant nightlife
  • Jersey Shore beaches

Best Vacation Rentals in Atlantic City

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Vacation Rental for 6 Guests in Atlantic City, Atlantic County
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Atlantic City, Atlantic County
Vacation Rental • 1991 ft² • 3 Bedrooms
9.5
(102 reviews)
Modern and comfortable 3 bedroom + 2.5 bath townhouse.Close to the inlet beach (life guards on duty), restaurants, fishing boats and more. The AC Convention Center is nearby for those looking for a place for the family traveling for business or sport-related events.Amenities: Private driveway, patio, fully furnished, air conditioning, cable, Internet access, dining table, breakfast bar in the open kitchen.Kitchen supplies: Keurig 'k-cups' coffee maker, blender, toaster over, pots/pans, tableware and everything you would need to cook and even entertain.
from $290 / night
Vacation Rental for 6 Guests in Atlantic City, Atlantic County
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Atlantic City, Atlantic County
Vacation Rental • 6 Guests • 2 Bedrooms
9.0
(14 reviews)
Wyndham Skyline Tower, located one block from the world-famous Boardwalk and Trump Taj Mahal, is not only close to all the Atlantic City action, but also assures you a wonderful on-site experience.My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, families (with kids), and big groupsWyndham Skyline Tower places you in the heart of all the action. Just a few blocks away, the Atlantic City Boardwalk is sure to entertain with its charming saltwater taffy shops, gift stores and arcades. Venture over to the Trump Taj Mahal, Caesars Atlantic City, Bally's and Harrah's for late-ni...
from $423 / night
Hotel for 4 Guests in Atlantic City, Atlantic County
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Atlantic City, Atlantic County
Hotel • 872 ft² • 1 Bedroom
9.6
(9 reviews)
Note: Only the person whose name is on the reservatoin will be allowed to check in. We are unable to change or add additional names.ABOUT THE SPACE Spacious and inviting, the One-Bedroom Suites are your pick for convenient comfort. The vacation suites are the perfect choice for families and easily accommodate up to four guests. Prepare a meal in the fully equipped kitchen outfitted with a microwave, refrigerator and stove, or enjoy a morning cup of coffee out on the private balcony. The full kitchen is a great money saving amenity by ensuring you don't have to eat every meal out. Amenities:...
from $149 / night

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Prices and availability

Current Vacation rental prices Atlantic City

$335for 2 Mar - 9 Mar
$502 annual average
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Current vacation rental availability Atlantic City

54%for 2 Mar - 9 Mar
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Vacation rentals in Atlantic City

Urban Jersey Shore Locations

This buzzing casino resort town on the New Jersey shore has something for everyone. You will not have a dull moment in this fantastic beachfront urban playground that also happens to boast miles of wide, white sand beaches and gorgeous glassy bluegreen Atlantic Ocean waters. Atlantic City is a coastal paradise where you can relax and unwind with the salty seabreeze in your hair enjoying the bracing surf and treading the soft sand beneath your toes. Dine at quirky eateries by day and get dolled up in the evening for a sophisticated night out on the town. Dinner, cocktails, dancing, clubbing, gambling, live shows and theater make this a dazzling destination for a fun, city getaway.

A perfect vacation rental to suit your needs

Find a perfect, chic rental to suit the number of guests in your group. There are lovely, spacious, tastefully furnished, vacation rentals on offer for groups from as few as 4 people to as many as 21! Many of the snazzy, stylish, fully equipped vacation rentals on offer have access to a private pool and boast an ocean view and a terrace for sipping sundowners. Most vacation rentals in the area are a short, less than 3 mile hop from the beach and there are plenty of properties that feature a gorgeous secluded yard with comfortable garden furniture so that you can make the most of your vacation home away from home.

Vacations in Atlantic City

The area and getting around

A vibrant, beachfront urban playground

Atlantic City is around 2 hours South of Manhattan and only an hour from Philadelphia making it the perfect summer destination for a fun-filled long weekend getaway or summer vacation. There are miles of ocean and pristine beaches for hours of leisure and watersport action. The possibilities for windsurfing, boating, fishing, jet skiing, kayaking and so much more are limitless along this gorgeous stretch of New Jersey coastline. This resort city with its vibrant, upmarket, casino and entertainment scene truly offers the best of both worlds where you get a chilled out beach vibe combined with all the glamour and glitz of sophisticated urban attractions and nightlife.

Inland Pine Forest Paradise

For nature lovers unable to resist the call of the wild, Wharton State Forest is an easy 34 minute scenic drive north west of Atlantic City. This magnificent 122800 acres of dense pineland offers tranquil ponds for boating and is a renowned paradise for canoeing because of the narrow twisting streams that course throughout the area. There are miles of unpaved roads for hiking, mountain biking and horse riding. Deep in the forest in a clearing you will come across the stunning heritage village of Batsto that dates back to 1766. This pristine forest is a beautiful place to reconnect with nature in all seasons.

Travelers and activities

Atlantic City for entertainment and nightlife enthusiasts

Atlantic City has no less than 9 extravagant, glittering, gaming casinos and these over the top, luxury entertainment complexes are what make Atlantic City buzz . Take your pick from high stakes poker, roulette or slot machines with big wins at Golden Nugget, Harrah’s, Resort’s, Tropicana, Hard Rock, Ocean Casino, Bally’s, Borgata or Caesar’s that all compete for attention with over the top attractions. There are plenty of diversions for visitors not keen on casino action. Enjoy sumptuous dining in elegant restaurants, sip ritzy cocktails in plush lounges or dance the night away in one of Atlantic City’s glamorous nightclub venues. Whether you take in a show, a dance performance or a live music concert, you will find plenty of action out on the town in the evenings.

Atlantic City for a family getaway

While Atlantic City is largely an adult playground there are plenty of reasons why this is a wonderful family vacation destination for families with kids. The main beach is uncrowded with a wonderful stretch of clean, white sand and plenty of convenient amenities and informal eateries just a stone’s throw away. Brigantine Beach just north of Atlantic City has a glorious, sleepy seaside town vibe while Lucy Beach, just 20 minutes south of Atlantic City at Margate, boasts the delightful six story 1800s Lucy the Elephant landmark. Visitors enter via a spiral staircase in the elephant’s leg! Steel Pier is the place to go for roller coaster thrills, gorgeous views and great amusement park food and kids of all ages will be enthralled by the weird and wacky displays at Ripley’s Believe it or Not attraction by the Atlantic City boardwalk.

Did you know that in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s Atlantic City’s most popular attraction was a diving horse!

Top 5 travel tips for Atlantic City

1. Try Parasailing

Parasailing pros will tell you that parasailing is not scary at all! In fact the whole experience promises to be rather serene as you float gently on the air currents while being towed by a powerful motor boat! What better way to see Atlantic City than from high above the Atlantic Ocean while gazing down at the quaint streets, the boardwalk and the high rise hotels and casinos! Atlantic City Parasail has been in business for 2 decades and this is your go to parasailing provider with state of the art boats and an impeccable safety record.

2. See a ballet performance

Atlantic City Ballet is a world renowned classical dance company that puts on exquisitely extravagant performances in the plush, opulent, Circus Maximus Theater at Caesar’s Hotel and Casino. Featuring the best dancers from around the world, this ballet company is about to celebrate their 39th season. The dancers from this ballet company are known for their technical excellence and amazing stage presence. Throw on a pair of heels and a snazzy dress or grab a dinner jacket and head out for a sophisticated evening of ballet, dinner and a casino visit!

3. Visit Ripley’s Believe it or not

No trip to Atlantic City is complete without a tour of this iconic Atlantic City institution where over 400 mind boggling, eye bending, weird and wonderful exhibits will amaze, delight and entertain visitors of all ages. This fun house contains some of the wackiest, oddball treasures you have ever seen! We’re talking about the world’s smallest production car, a roulette table made of thousands of jelly beans or a lock of George Washington’s hair amongst other oddities! There is a fantastic lazer beam maze room to round off your visit!

4. Ride the Coasters at Steel Pier

This iconic amusement park built on the pier was founded in 1898 and this is the place for state of the art amusement park rides! Hop on board the giant observation wheel to admire the Jersey Shore sunset. There are wild roller coaster rides that are guaranteed to make everyone scream and the Monster Plunge attraction was dreamed up for the especially adventurous visitor. Book a breathtaking helicopter ride for an incredible birds eye view of Atlantic City from high above as you soar over the shimmering ocean and glittering skyline of casinos and entertainment complexes far below.

5. Stroll the boardwalk

It is easy to spend several leisurely hours on Atlantic City’s boardwalk strolling by the sea, soaking up some sun and browsing a host of attractions on the way. Several of Atlantic City’s casinos open onto The Boardwalk making it easy to wander in and see if Lady Luck is on your side at the slot machines or card tables or you could just take a peek at the lavish, extravagant casino decor! There are restaurants, shows and nightclubs aplenty inside the towering entertainment complexes that line this famous walkway. Street musicians, boutiques, luxury shops, small local restaurants and homemade regional treats like fudge and salt water taffy will all compete for your attention in this vibrant hub of where it all happens in Atlantic City!

FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Atlantic City

What is the average price for vacation rentals in Atlantic City?

Last year, rentals in Atlantic City had an annual average cost of around $565 per night.

Which months allow you to save the most on vacation rentals?

After analyzing our data from last year, the months that allow you to save the most in Atlantic City are March, April and October, with average prices of $493, $517, and $539, respectively.

During which months are vacation rentals more expensive in Atlantic City?

Analyzing the data from last year, we found that costs per night for accommodation here are usually higher, on average, during the months of January ($642), December ($640), and September ($579).

Should I plan a trip to Atlantic City well in advance?

It is better to book sooner than later in Atlantic City as only 26% of the accommodations are free throughout the year, according to last year's data.

What time of the year can I find more available vacation rentals?

October, January and December are, in order of highest to lowest, the months that have the largest number of properties available, with an average availability of 48%, 44%, and 43%. However, even during these periods of time, when rental availability is the highest, the average is only 45%. So it is still important you always book a little in advance to make sure you get the rental of your dreams.

Are there many rentals in Atlantic City?

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