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US – Borgata reopens renovated high limit slot lounge

By - 23 December 2022

Following a highly anticipated multimillion-dollar renovation, Miralto, Borgata’s high-limit slot lounge will reopen on 23 December. Adjacent to the hotel lobby, renovations to the 8,300 square-foot lounge will unveil stunning décor embracing the elegance and sophistication synonymous with Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa.

“We are thrilled to return Miralto back to our customers after this long-awaited renovation,” said the resort’s Director of Slot Operations, Demi Adebowale. “Elevating the level of luxury Borgata offers demonstrates the ongoing commitment we have to remain the market leader.”

A vast gold in-color framework combined with frosted windowpanes enclose Miralto to offer a secluded high-limit slot experience. The colors of cream, gold, and greens surround redesigned cabinetry to encase the distinctive collection of more than 100 slot games such as Dragon Cash, Lighting Cash, and the exclusive $500-dollar Red White, and Blue Wild Star.

While Miralto houses multiple hand-blown glass chandeliers, the most striking of the collection is the custom glass chandelier predominantly located in the center of the premier high-limit slot lounge in the Atlantic City market. The centerpiece spans an impressive 100 inches in diameter and is comprised of a captivating 3,456 individually cut pieces of glass, requiring each piece to be meticulously installed by hand.

In addition to the Miralto renovation, the transformation of the complete slot gaming floor is underway. The traditional lengthy rows overflowing with slot machines are transitioning into a dynamic and spacious experience with the introduction of new game arrangements and comfortable seating.

Finally, Table Game enthusiasts will no longer need to withdraw from the excitement of their game for any of the big games. Borgata continues to up the ante with enhancements with the installation of ninety-two, 55-inch televisions throughout the gaming floor.

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