3 reviews of Trump's Castle Casino Resort "Absolutely phenomenal place as far as Atlantic city goes. Donald Trump, the racist, sexist, classist, and pretty much every other -ist, presidential candidate who wants to “Make America Great Again” has been inspiring nasty racist behavior since the eighties, a new report reveals. In any event, Trump Plaza, as the casino continued to be known, enjoyed flush years in the 1980s but declined after the opening of the Trump Taj Mahal in 1990. Landry's took control of the property on May 23, 2011. It's not Montecarlo or some other super fancy place but In typical Trump fashion it is very well appointed and a lot of attention is paid to detail. If you want to have a good time for the night in Atlantic City I can't see any reason to go to a different property." May 1984: Trump Plaza opens. Claim: "Donald Trump has been in public eye for over 30 years and he was never once accused of being racist by anyone until he decided to run against the Democrats." The Trump Plaza is the last of three Atlantic City casinos formerly owned by President Donald Trump, and will soon be demolished, Atlantic City Mayor Marty Smalls said. So Trump figured out a way to erase that debt—at least for himself. Two, the Trump Castle and the Taj, now have new owners, but the famous Trump Plaza, which once hosted Wrestlemania and Mike Tyson fights, stands derelict and is set to be demolished. But the three casinos he still controlled—the Taj Mahal, the Trump Plaza, and the Trump Castle—were still deeply in debt. July 1991: Trump … It was later renamed the Trump Marina. In the fall of 1996, he sold the casino for $485 million to Trump Hotels, the public company he controls. The games basically are collections of casino games offered in the actual Trump Castle: roulette, craps, poker, slots, baccarat, and blackjack. Up to 4 players can compete at once in hotseat mode in Trump Castle 1 and 2, and over the modem in Trump Castle 3. Golden Nugget Atlantic City is a hotel, casino, and marina located in Atlantic City, New Jersey.Opened in 1985 as Trump's Castle, it was renamed Trump Marina in 1997.Landry's, Inc. purchased the casino from Trump Entertainment Resorts in February 2011, and the sale was approved in late May. April 1990: Trump opens the Taj Mahal, a 42-story, $1 billion casino-hotel, Atlantic City’s first mega-resort. The Inquirer wrote that a casino lawyer told the paper that “Fred Trump is ineligible for licensing, and Trump Castle should be required to return the … Trump personally bought the Castle after Hilton Hotels Corp. was denied a casino license. July 1985: A second casino, Trump Castle, opens.