The Ocean is known for having the best waterfront view, as well as being LGBTQ friendly. And now it is the most festive hotel in Atlantic City. The hotel has launched an array of holiday initiatives to brighten up the Garden State this holiday season. This past summer, The Ocean celebrated its fifth birthday, and it is keeping the momentum through the winter season.
The Ocean has launched holiday-themed rooms and suites. The hotel has transformed an entire floor into a holiday-themed bungalow. Nineteen rooms and suites are available to satisfy your Christmas cravings. Options include a one blu bedroom suite, a studio suite blu, social suite, or a blu Queen room furnished with a holiday tree, festive décor, and a few yuletide surprises.
If you like to party, you will certainly enjoy the Jingle Bell Bar: A Holiday Pop-Up Experience. Located in 1927 Lounge, the pop-up merges festive cocktails, nostalgic décor, and various entertainment to create a one-of-a-kind Christmas experience. Even better, it is located right off the casino floor. This is the perfect spot to celebrate with friends and family as well as to gather content for social media.
The fun doesn’t stop there. My Big Gay Italian Christmas was performed at Ovation Hall this past Saturday, Dec. 16, 2023, and the hotel has rolled out Santa’s Hideaway Adventure at The Ocean. This imaginative encounter transports guests from the boardwalk to the North Pole, where they have the opportunity to meet Santa Claus. Attendees can then visit the many shops at Santa’s Hideaway Adventure and pick up holiday gifts. Within the tristate area, this is a unique experience available at The Ocean.
And the hotel and casino property is giving back to the local community with its return of Seasons of Giving. This initiative assists more than 20 non-profit businesses across the Atlantic City region. The Ocean dedicates time, resources, monetary assistance, and donations to multiple causes impacting the community between now and the end of the year. Areas targeted include food insecurity, homelessness, youth support, education, family services, and health and wellness.
Watch the video of the infamous Jingle Bell Bar here.