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The Chelsea Luxe

1,326 reviews
+1 609-348-2200

Top Amenities

Fitness Center
Bar or Lounge

Find Sun, Sand, and Chic Amenities at The Chelsea

What Do the Rooms Include?

Standard rooms at The Chelsea include one king or two queen beds. On-Demand television on 37-inch screens offers plentiful choices for a night in. A sleek work space and complimentary Internet help you stay connected while you’re away. With iPod docking stations you can always plug-in to your favorite tunes.

What Amenities/Features Does The Chelsea Offer?

Relax at The Chelsea with the soothing saltwater Oasis Pool or the sandy beach behind the resort. Beach service is available from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. On weekends, the rooftop Cabana Club pool is open as well. Stay in bikini shape at the fitness center where chilled water and large screen TVs make working out a pleasure. You can enjoy on-site dining at Teplitzky’s or Dining on the Fifth Floor.

How Much Will a Stay at The Chelsea Cost?

Rooms at The Chelsea run between $149 and $179 a night on average, though rates vary seasonally.

What Activities Are Popular Near The Chelsea?

The Chelsea is just steps from the Atlantic City Boardwalk with plentiful shopping and dining options. The Tropicana Casino and Resort and Caesars Atlantic City are nearby if you’re interested in gaming. Other nearby attractions include the Comedy Stop, Atlantic City Miniature Golf, and Opry Glow Golf.

How Do You Book a Spa Appointment?

The Sea Spa at the Chelsea offers ten private treatment rooms and a couple’s room. You can book massages, body treatments, nail treatments, facials, and other luxurious pampering services by calling 609-428-4554.

What’s the Bottom Line?

The Chelsea is free from the commotion of a casino hotel, yet offers all the luxuries you would expect from high-end Atlantic City hotels. The affordable rooms are a prime choice for an oceanfront escape. 

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111 South Chelsea Avenue
Atlantic City, NJ 08401
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User Highlights
"Quiet surroundings" "Close to all the fun"
99% appreciated the closeness to the beach.
Parking was ok, according to 53%.
"Delicious breakfast" "Excellent breakfast"
"Ac didn't work" "Air conditioner didn't work"
78% said the beds were comfortable.
Only 69% said rooms were big enough.
"Front desk rude" "WORST check-in experience"
76% found the staff to be very friendly.
58% indicated the reception staff was not good.
"Restaurant was dirty" "Fine dinner"
Only 50% were satisfied with the menu.
The price was too high for 60%.
Bar and Beverages
"Cocktail lounge closed" "Bar frozen"
Wellness Area
"Fantastic spa" "Free spa services"
For only 50%, the fitness area was satisfactory.
"Horrible water pressure in the shower" "Dirty pillows"
52% said rooms were dirty.
66% complained about the bathroom.
"Damp smell in the room" "Dirty hallway floors"
52% said rooms were dirty.
62% thought it was rather dirty.
"Older property" "Older annex"
60% thought the building wasn't nice.
For 72%, the lobby entrance was sub-standard.
"Older annex" "Tacky decor"
74% criticized the unstylish hotel.
For 72%, the lobby entrance was sub-standard.
"Wi-fi did not work" "Weak signal"
94% said the wifi quality was bad.
100% thought it was a great value.

Good to know...

Rooms could be cleaner
Hotel facilities could use a good clean
Entrance area is not particularly attractive
Bathroom could be optimized
Expert Reviews
This boutique hotel has a convincingly swank vibe that could double as a set location for the TV hit Mad Men. The lobby's electric-purple couches and white-resin mushroom sculptures...
Midcentury-style boutique hotel with a kitschy diner and hip pool scene steps from Atlantic City’s iconic boardwalk
Lonely Planet
This stylish place looks a little better in the photos than in real life (maintenance can be patchy). But it's reasonably priced, either in the quieter Luxe section or slightly groovier...