On April 2, 1990, Donald J. Trump unveiled the Trump TAJ Mahal Casino Resort. Unprecedented in craftsmanship and opulence, the awe-inspiring architectural masterpiece is filled with the finest carpets, chandeliers and works of art in the tradition of the world's most grand and enchanting palaces.

Among the billion dollar property's most remarkable statistics:

  • One of the largest casinos in the world, with slot machines, gaming tables, poker tables and a state-of-the-art simulcast facility.
  • $14 million worth of German crystal chandeliers, including 245,000 piece chandeliers in the casino alone, each valued at a cost of $250,000, and taking over 20 hours to hang.
  • 4 1/2 times more steel than the Eiffel Tower.
  • If laid end to end, the building support pilings would stretch the 62 miles from Atlantic City to Philadelphia.
  • $4 million in uniforms and costumes outfit over 6,000 employees.
  • The Trump TAJ Mahal Casino Resort can generate enough air conditioning to cool 4,000 homes.
  • The Trump TAJ Mahal covers over 17 acres of prime Boardwalk real estate with 4.2 million square feet of enclosed space.
  • The main hotel lobby desk is 115-feet long with 15 separate check-in stations.
  • A city within a city, the world's most elegant and expansive themed suites with magnificent ocean views, individual spas, butler service and the private, bi-level Maharajah Club for intimate gatherings, light dining, reading and relaxation.
  • 1,250 guest rooms, including 237 suites are housed in the hotel tower.
  • From the 51st floor, at 429 feet above sea level, you are standing atop one of the tallest man-made structures in New Jersey.
  • At approximately 4,500 square feet, the Alexander the Great Suite is the ultimate residence with its own steam room, sauna, weight room, bar, lounge, living room, pantry, master bedroom and one guest room. Cost for one night: $10,000.
  • Three additional check-in areas can be found throughout the resort: the concierge-style VIP Services in the main lobby; the motor coach terminal and the convention registration desk on the second floor.
  • 70 colorful minarets adorn the roof-tops.
  • Seven, two ton elephants of carved stone greet visitors of the Trump TAJ Mahal.
  • An entire two-year output of Northern Italy's Carrera marble quarries-the marble of choice for all of Michelangelo's art-adorn the hotel's lobby, guest rooms, casino, hallways and public areas.
  • Nine restaurants can accommodate 3,000 diners at any given time. That number increases if all the banquet facilities are fully utilized.
  • 140,000 square feet of convention and exhibit space, including 22 meeting rooms and three ballrooms, the largest measuring 30,000 square feet.
  • The 63,000 square foot Mark G. Etess Arena can accommodate up to 325, 8' x 10' exhibition booths. The arena can also seat over 5,000 people for concerts and sporting events.
  • A state-of-the-art Health Club and Fitness Center with a near Olympic-sized indoor pool. The spa also offers Jacuzzi, steam baths, tanning booths and sundecks.
  • The motor coach terminal can accommodate 22 full-size buses.



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