Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Revel public preview set to begin April 2

The public will get its first glimpse of Revel on April 2, the day the $2.4 billion mega-resort opens its doors for a two-month preview.

Revel public preview set to begin April 2

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The public will get its first glimpse of Revel on April 2, the day the $2.4 billion mega-resort opens its doors for a two-month preview.

According to a press release issued this morning, all of the ultra-luxe property's 1,800 rooms will be open on that date, along with seven of its 14 restaurants. The remaining seven eateries, as well as nightclubs, retail outlets and spa facilities, will be up and running by the grand opening, which is set for May 25.

The hotel will begin accepting room reservations March 5 at www.revelresorts.com.

 Check back here later today for more about Revel's plans.

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