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105 South Chelsea Avenue, Atlantic City, NJ 08401 – Show map
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Outdoor Pool (all year), Terrace
Sauna, Fitness Center, Solarium, Spa, Massage
Food & Drink
Free! WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed) and charges apply.
Room Service, 24-Hour Front Desk, ATM on site, Concierge Service
Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Elevator, Heating
From 4:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Free! Up to two children under 12 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Any additional older children or adults are charged USD 25 per person per night when using existing beds.
Cribs are not available.
One older child or adult is charged USD 30 per night in an extra bed.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Pets are not allowed.
Cards accepted at this property
The Annex at The Chelsea accepts these cards and reserves the right to pre-authorize your card prior to arrival.
Guests are required to show a photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all Special Requests are subject to availability and additional charges may apply.
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Featuring an on-site casino and multiple restaurants, this hotel provides direct beach access and is right on the Atlantic City Boardwalk. It has 2 night clubs and a full service salon.
Score from 958 reviews Good
This casino and resort is right on the Atlantic City Boardwalk in downtown Atlantic City. The resort offers a full-service spa, salon, 18 restaurants and a nightclub.
Score from 2223 reviews Good
In the heart of Atlantic City, this hotel is just steps from the famous Atlantic City casinos, boardwalk, restaurants, and The Walk shopping center.
Score from 560 reviews Very good
With direct access to Atlantic City's famous boardwalk and beaches, this boutique hotel is 1 block from the Tropicana Casino. It features a saltwater pool, on-site spa, and 2 restaurants.
Score from 273 reviews Good
I like that the location was near to the boardwalk and within walking distance to Tanger Outlet. The young man who provided room service was friendly and polite.
The black female at the front desk was very unpleasant. I'm not sure of her name, but she checked me in on Sunday. Lauren was great and friendly (complete opposite). The female who checked me in was engaged in conversation with her coworkers and ignored customers, even those ahead of me. The food was sub-par and over priced. The room was not very clean and there were cobwebs on the light fixtures in the bathroom.
The location to the beach is great, has a pool with dining area, breakfast & lunch café, everything is clean , no issues with the room, valet parking staff were great.
The facility is dated & could really use a little TLC. Our bathroom door would not close,
It was comfortable clean . staff at service desk excellent. and easy access to everything.
Did not have a refrigerator in the room or vends machine to purchase water/soda you had to order room service for it and be chart the service and an extr 1.50 for person. other wise good experiences.
Room was just as pictures
There were nats flying in the room, phone didn't work and they didn't fix it, wifi was worthless and slow( I just used my data instead)
Within reach of all the casinos, the boardwalk and all the attractions. Is not a casino hotel, so nice and quiet to stay in.
The staff at the front desk did a poor job and claim that I was not booked at the Hotel. I insisted I was and gaved my name 3 times. He finally found it after I complained, along with other guest that some were waiting 1hr just to get their room key. The bathroom ceiling was cracked over the bath tub the paint was peeling and had black mole, around the toilet base was stain, lamp in the room was unstable. Hallway and room carpeting needs replacing.
The bathroom was dirty and the room smelled
Too much money for it to be as simple as it was.
Staff was excellent. Food was excellent. Convenience to boardwalk and jitney. Loved the choice of two pools, both very nice. Preferred smaller size hotel.
Wish pools were open into the night for night time swim till 10 pm. Was unable to get wifi working. Bathroom could have been a bit cleaner but good for price and convenience.
The location was perfect. We really enjoyed the pool and restaurants the hotel offers. We would definitely return!
The ice machine was location in a different tower which made it inconvenient.
Old, Musty, creepy.
Rooms were clean and beds are cozy. Nice staff.
the ice machine broke down
seems to have taken it's toll on the Chelsea...I stayed there back when it first opened and absolutely loved it...I was sorry to see that the property hasn't been as well-maintained as it should have been :-(
I Love the hotel. It's got just enough swanky sophistication (and overall niceness) to be a true luxury hotel. The jacuzzi/pool were great. And it's on the beach!!! Super comfy bed and pillow.
The only thing I wasn't crazy about had nothing to do with the hotel. I am just not that crazy about Atlantic City (compared to other beaches I go to). That said, I had a great trip. The hotel was the brightest spot.
I liked the location. Right on the boardwalk
I didn't like anything else. Dirty, unwelcoming staff, no hot water, ants, room was double booked. They couldn't find my reservation.
The location was good. And the beds were nice And comfy.
We were placed next to the elevator and was very loud. There were cigarete butts all over our balcony. The bathroom was dirty and there was no way to plug the tub. The wifi might as well Have been non existent. We parked our own vehicle and it was $15 per night!!! Over all would NEVER stay there again!
The relaxing environment and the location
Ice machines were not located on each floor and once one was located it was out of ice
The view and beds
In and out wifi
The staff was very accommodating and efficient. As a 1st time visitor we were given an upgrade, which was appreciated, but the upgrade in comparison to what I have experienced at other AC locations was moderate, which concerned me alittle as a comparison to what I had originally booked. Again everyone was very accommodating and responsive. We also ate breakfast at the Hotel and it was excellent as was the location of the Hotel to the Beach and Casino.
I typically stay at the Tropicana and always saw the signs for the Chelsa and was intriged by its claim of an Art Deco flair, which I wrongly assumed would be similar to Miami Beach...it was not. It was very nice and maybe when my expectations were not met created the dissappointment. While the experience wasn't unpleasant, I don't think that I will stay in the future. There was also a "HIP-HOP" weekend, which had some unpleasant situations, which while not the fault of the Chelsa, did not support a positive experience. The only big dissappointment was the charge of $15 per day for parking, as a guest of the Hotel I thought that should have either been reduced or free.
Bed was comfortable. Waiters in Teplitzky's great
1st room was not only unkempt and dilapidated, but we were walled in on all four sides with the only air/window several feet above our heads (we are 5'3" and 5'8" respectively. We immediately asked to change rooms. Second room was at least where we could see out and had a small balcony although it was puddled with water and couldn't be used. Second room although slightly newer, was just as "worn and dilapidated furniture, fixtures, lighting, etc. We uglied it out for the weekend we were there, but would not ever return to Chelsea Annex. Perhaps the original Chelsea is in better repair; however, the overall atmosphere both during the day and evening was perceived as unsafe, with Police action outside the immediate entrance, both during the day and evening. Security was questionable internally at best. I would be hesitant to stay there even in the upgraded area of the original Chelsea without more security. Billing was/is continues to be questionable and I am still trying to resolve that issue as well. Altogether this was a nightmare experience
In the morning we didn't have any hot water
Upon arrival we were greeted by a very nice valet man who directed us to the check in desk. We then waited about 20min at the check in desk to be helped by another helpful employee who gave us our keys and told us how to get to our room. After a long walk down a hall way, through a restaurant (?), we finally arrived at the smallest, out of date, scariest, elevators and stepped in, pressed our floor, and wished for the best. We got stuck in the elevator for a solid two min before the ancient doors decided to open. As we looked out and saw the old, ratty, stained carpets and the neon glowing sign that informed us of the floor we were on (2) and the neon writing below saying "chill out" we knew we picked a winning hotel to stay in. Unfortunately the glamour did not stop there. It took us approximately 20 tries with each key card we were given to enter our room. At first the room did not seem so bad, but upon further investigation and time we begged to differ. The bed was lumpy, uncomfortable, and stained. The bathroom had yellow stained floor tile that looked like pools of urine (thank god just stains), the counter top was stained, the toilet hardly flushed, the tub did not drain (showering in standing water), the "white" towels were extremely stained, and the exhaust fan did not work so we had our own personal sauna. As we tried to sleep a door (we think the janitor's closet) kept slamming about twice every 10min so loud that it sounded like someone was trying to break our door down each time. Needless to say we hardly slept between the uncomfortable dirty bed and the obnoxiously loud door slamming of their staff. The next morning we woke up (not like we really slept due to the previously mentioned) to a woman being surrounded by two cop cars and being arrested out our window at 630am!!
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