Brand new Atlantic City hotel opens just for Mark Wahlberg -

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Wednesday, 9 May 2018

Brand new Atlantic City hotel opens just for Mark Wahlberg

Mark Wahlberg had an entire hotel all to himself and his entourage. (Jordan Strauss/Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)
Atlantic City's Ocean Resort Casino gave a sneak preview to VIP investor Mark Wahlberg, who reserved 20 of the not-yet-opened hotel's 1,400 rooms for a weekend shindig.
On Saturday, Wahlberg, a co-owner in the hotel's HQ nightclub, flew in by private plane from Atlanta, where he was filming, to party with his entourage. He then hit the golf links with co-owners Frank Ruocco and Bruce Deifik on Sunday.
"They opened the entire hotel, complete with a full staff," said one insider of Wahlberg's red carpet treatment. "They gave him a 2,000 square-foot suite."
We're told that Marky Mark was in town to give the summer hotspot formerly known as Revel a trial run before its June 28 opening. While visiting, Wahlberg also planned to shoot episodes for his "Wahlburgers" reality TV show.
The hotel property is expected to make a big splash on the Jersey Shore, where it operated as Revel from 2012 to 2014 before declaring bankruptcy. The property's most infamous celebrity moments came weeks before the hotel closed when former NFL star Ray Rice punched his fiancée in an elevator. The incident was caught on tape and Rice never played football again.
The hotel expects to change more than just its name and image after its $2.5 billion renovation wraps up next month. We're told there are still a dozen floors that need to be refurbished before opening day, but construction is going as planned.
"Wahlberg is building his own Boardwalk Empire," according to a source close to the project, citing the new hotelier's role as a producer on the HBO show "Boardwalk Empire."

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