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Dog-friendly in Atlantic City

Posted by Kari Bodnarchuk  April 8, 2011 07:00 AM

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Showboat_1.jpgPack up your pooch and head to Showboat Atlantic City, which has become the only dog-friendly casino in Atlantic City. As part of the property’s new Pet Stay Atlantic City program, guests and their dogs can stay in the New Orleans Tower, where four-legged visitors will receive special treats, food and water bowls, a doggie mat, and a keepsake duffle bag. Guests are allowed to bring a maximum of two dogs weighing up to 50 pounds per room. Pooches cannot venture into the casino, restaurant areas, spa, or retail shops. Rates begin at $69 per night, based on double occupancy and not including the $40 cleaning fee.

800-621-0200, www.showboatac.com.

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