By Skip Charles in Vegas

Two Caesars-owned Atlantic City casinos will be getting a $170 million makeover of their hotel rooms this summer as part of a $400 million investment their parent company is making in the city over the next three years.

Caesars Entertainment says the work will include redoing hotel rooms at Harrah’s and Caesars.

The company pledged a minimum $400 million investment in Atlantic City during hearings last year before state gambling regulators on the merger of Caesars Entertainment and Eldorado Gaming, which was approved. The new company retained the Caesars name.

“These exciting plans over the next three years will revitalize Caesars’ brand of hospitality, and will continue to position Harrah’s, Tropicana, and Caesars Atlantic City as leading resorts in the market,” Anthony Carano, Caesars president and CEO, said in a statement. “We remain bullish on Atlantic City, and this commitment will further position us for long-term growth and success.”

“We appreciate Caesars’ dedication to the market as the largest employer in Atlantic County,” added Atlantic City Mayor Marty Small. “Their three-year reinvestment plan doubles down on this commitment, which will undoubtedly reinvigorate Atlantic City.”

The work will begin with approximately 600 guest rooms and suites in the Centurion and Ocean towers at Caesars, and Harrah’s Atrium Tower.

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