Fantasea Resort - Flagship
4 rentals: $80 - $143 per night
12 resales: $200 - $11,000
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Whether your interest lies in the town's wonderful beaches and exciting boardwalk, entertainment, magnificent casinos and restaurants, acclaimed shows and famous head liners, or simply watching the sun set from your luxury suite's balcony - The 32 story Flagship pleases both families and couples. Play in the surf, or shop at our many nearby shops and boutiques.
Commonly known as The Flagship Resort.Fantasea Resort - Flagship
60 North Maine Avenue
Atlantic City, New Jersey 08401 map it
- Health Club
- Indoor Pool
- Laundry Room
- Live Entertainment
- Whirlpool/Hot Tub
- Grocery Store
- Playground Area
- Water Skiing
- User: angelas122
- Posted: Jan 3, 2014
On a recent visit to AC we visited the Flagship Resort. We had stayed there before and were surprised to see all the new improvements. My husband and I usually travel with my sister and her husband and always have found this resort to be clean and well-equipped for our needs. We love the views from our unit and from the restaurant and even visited the restaurant when we stayed elsewhere. A couple of months ago we went on the timeshare presentation to see the changes, etc. Unfortunately, during our tour, I got a call that my dad had been hospitalized and we had to cut it short. Our salesman and his manager graciously offered to gift us then and there but we preferred to return to complete our tour as planned. Upon our return last month, we got an offer that sounded too good to be true. This was probably due to our visit in winter, a slow sales season. Still, due to our present situation approaching retirement, we had to decline. There was no pressure whatsoever, and of course we expect to be invited back in the future. Looking forward to our next visit, possibly in warmer weather and an improved financial situation for us.
- User: starburst
- Posted: Jan 3, 2004
- Updated: Aug 31, 2011
My family and I have been at this beautiful oceanfront resort on the AC Boardwalk (9) different months of the year.
The incredible views of the ocean, bay, AC, and Brigantine Island do not diminish during off-season visits.
On-site is an indoor pool, restaurant, fitness center, indoor parking garage, & concierage.
- User: lesliea75
- Posted: Jul 17, 2011
My kid and I visited this Resort around Spring of 2011. I was offered the famous Tour. I declined it many times. David (sales person) was very persistent. He also trashed other resorts. I noticed he was way too friendly; saying he could show me around; Always asking if everything was going well. He made me feel very very uncomfortable. I never took the tour. I thought David was a weird man.
A few weeks later, a man called me around 2-3am; I didn't answer. I txt him the next day asking who was he. He started to send text messages. He claimed I had given him my number. I told him no. The area code was from New Jersery, I live in NYC. I had only been to NJ to this resort; don't know anyone in NJ. I asked lots of questions; but he was not familiar at all. He then identified himself as "David." I asked him if he works at this Resort; he said, yes. He was the same sales rep I met at this resort. I told him to stop txting since he stole my number from their computer. He continued. I told him I was a minor (which I'm not) and that I was going to report him. David then claimed that he got my number out of the JOB application I had filled out and that he had been calling to go over the application.
He then became angry; he said HE WAS NOT GOING TO HIRE ME for lying on the application (about my age). I explained to this CRAZY sales man that I have never applied for a job there; I had a good job in NYC; I live in NYC; I had no plans of moving to NJ. He kept txting, calling me a liar; he won't hire me; I better find another job. This was his excuse to continue calling; he created this story in his head.
Please notice that the first time he called me was around 2-3am. I asked him: "what employer calls a woman at 2am to talk about a job?" I guess he noticed I was serious about reporting him. He never apologized; he clearly stated that I had applied for a job with him.
If he did this to me, I'm sure he has done it to other single women who visit this resort. Now I'm sure David has mental health issues and he doesn't take NO for an answer. Men like him are dangerous.
He stopped txting after a couple of days. The location is far from everything, but there is a bus right next to the Resort. Staff was nice, except, David Sales Rep. The resort was clean; weird smell. I didn't like the blankets. I bought blankets.
- User: arnie7
- Posted: Jun 26, 2011
While on vaction in Atlantic City, we were pressured by thier marketing department to take a tour and was offered $100 to tour, so we did. Upon our arrival the lobby was dirty and had a musty and mildew smell. Once meeting with the salesman David LaMonte he was very high pressured and would not take no for an answer. He then preseeded to bash the competitor timeshares in the city which we thought was very unprofessional. After my wife telling him no numerous time and my self telling him at least 2 times, He then brought in his Sales Manager, to again attempt and pressure us into buying, when we told him NO he stormed out of the cube. We collected our gifts and left. I would not recommend this ti anyone, and I am reporting Flagship and Fantasea to the BBB and Atlantic City to pull thier license for the marketers on the Boardwalk. The markting team had two people approach us on more than one occassion and badgered us until we said yes to take the tour, basically harrassed us. The rooms are decorated nicely (at least the models) but had a mold and mildew smell. The location is in the worst part of AC, with thier "Promises" that it will change, which I would only believe it when I see it. No one on the staff even acknowledged us as we were walking around the resort.
- User: 68425
- Posted: Jun 20, 2010
Stayed there for my birthday in June (4-11,2010) and was very pleased. When we got there they put us in a room that was not ready and immediately moved us to a remolded room with two bathrooms. TV in front room would go off line due to new cable service. Transportation to Ballys was nice because it was about 1.3miles away. There is a jitney service that you can get to other places for $2.25, runs often. The concierge was great and turned us on to free shows at clubs. Met some nice people and with all that plus a view of the ocean and neighborhood we would recommend this location.
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