Borgata is Italian for "little village."
Borgata is an MGM Resort Luxury Destination, a family member of world leading entertainment corporate – MGM Resorts International.
Borgata introduced the first Las Vegas-style resort to the East Coast and has maintained its market-leading position in Atlantic City since its 2003 debut.
In-house Executive Pastry Chef Thaddeus DuBois formerly served as The White House Executive Pastry Chef to President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush.
Borgata is home to FIVE World Class Chefs – Bobby Flay, Wolfgang Puck, Geoffrey Zakarian, Michael Symon and Michael Schulson.
Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa and The Water Club both hold the prestigious Four Diamond Award from AAA.
Borgata is home to Atlantic City's largest poker room.
Borgata has the only race book in Atlantic City with 75+ tables.
Borgata is home to some of the biggest names in entertainment – including Lady Gaga, Jerry Seinfeld, Sebastian Maniscalco, Chris Rock, Sting, Mary J Blige, the Killers, Steve Aoki, Cash Cash, and more.
Borgata has more than 106,000 square feet of total event space.
Borgata was the first to launch online gaming in 2013.
To show our appreciation, Borgata is proud to be party of MGM Resorts' "Military & Veterans Program" (MVP). Every military and veteran guest who signs up for an MVP card is automatically upgraded to Pearl, which provides guests with complimentary valet and self-parking, a dedicated buffet line and other exclusive M life Rewards benefits.
Borgata is committed to recruiting, hiring, developing, training, promoting, compensating all team members on the basis of merit, qualifications, abilities and attitude and to do so in compliance with all applicable laws related to equal employment opportunity. In order to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities at all levels of the workforce to all individuals, employment decisions will be made without regard to race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, gender identity or expression, affectional or sexual orientation, gender, age, marital status, nationality, atypical hereditary cellular blood traits, liability for service in the armed forces in the United States, disability (where reasonable accommodation may be made to allow for such disability), rehabilitated offenders status or any other basis prohibited by state, federal or local laws.