Enjoying thrills at the roulette table or savouring fine dining, doubling down at black-jack tables or indulging in spa treatments or wrangling with one armed bandits or unwinding on the beach. With these casino resorts, you won’t have to give up either.
Stay where you play. When you’re not striking it rich, you can treat yourself to a spa treatment, gourmet meal or a shopping spree with these casino hotels. Bet on our selection , because this is one gamble we promise you won’t lose.
1. Ibiza Gran Hotel , Spain
Adorned with elegant design elements and a collection of commissioned modern artwork, the hotel offers the added appeal of a great location, overlooking the port, marina and Old Town. Best known for its jet-set tourism and exuberant nightlife, Ibiza is the perfect spot for a casino. Classy and understated (words not often used to describe gambling joints), Casino de Ibiza is a stylish venue that suits its Ibiza Gran Hotel settings.
2. Trump Taj Mahal, USA
The name says it all here. Once owned by billionaire Donald Trump and themed on the Taj Mahal, this casino is a glorious sight, boasting a stunning interior fit for any palace. There’s no shortage of gambling space either, with over 2,500 slot machines, 200 game tables and a huge poker room.. Whether you rake in the chips in the exclusive high limit gaming salon, place a bet in the smoke-free poker room or simply toss a few coins into the slots, you’ll relish the action at this impressive property.
3. The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino, Las Vegas
This all-suite hotel’s European-inspired casino features everything a gambler’s heart could desire, including a race and sports book, high limit poker salon with butler service and 112,000-square-foot poker room showcasing hand-painted frescoed ceilings. As for the suites, they define pampering, with their sunken living rooms, marble-clad bathrooms and tastefully palatial décor.
4. The Venetian Macau, China
Macau really can rival Las Vegas in terms of glamorous gambling. Perhaps the best of all in this remote region is the Venetian Casino, modelled on Vegas’ own Venetian complex. With over 530,000 square feet of floor space, spread across four themed gaming areas, it’s the world’s largest casino.
5. Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
At Marina Bay, it holds its own in this extravagant setting, with more than 2,300 slots and almost 500 gaming tables. There are high-end productions ranging from The Sound of Music to Beatlemania and a collection of large-scale installations that make this sprawling property feel like a living art gallery. In the realm of fine dining, expect only the best.
6. Sun City Rustenburg, South Africa
Sun City is more of a resort than a casino but it still offers a great gambling experience. Its list of table games include craps, Let It Ride, Stud Poker,bacarrat and single-zero roulette, along with just short of a thousand slot machines. The resort itself boasts hotels, nightclubs, and two 18-hole golf courses, both designed by legendary golfer Gary Player.
7. Caesars Palace, Las Vegas
This is a Roman-style luxury hotel complex complete with marble columns, famous spiral escalators, and over 150,000 square feet of casino heaven. Table games, poker and slot machines make up one of the finest gambling venues around, with a dedicated sports and horse racing betting area that’s filled with flat screen TVs bringing bettors the latest sports from around the country to the comfort of their private booths.
8. Hotel De Paris, Monaco
After a decadent meal of Riviera-inspired cuisine at Le Louis XV — Alain Ducasse, you can dress up and head for Place du Casino’s legendary Casino de Monte-Carlo, a Belle Époque landmark that served as a setting in the first James Bond novel, Casino Royale.Famous for its jet-set lifestyle and magnificent casinos, Monte Carlo is ideal for a high rolling holiday.
9. Foxwoods Resort Casino, USA
While Foxwoods Resort Casino bustles with activity, its surroundings are serene with lush green scenery. It is located in the Mashantucket Pequot Reservation in Ledyard, Connecticut. It features 4.7 million square feet of gaming space. It has more than 380 gaming tables available, offering games like blackjack, craps, roulette and poker. It also has 6,300 slot machines.
10. Bellagio, Las Vegas
One of the most famous casinos in the world, the Bellagio sets itself apart from the rest with its opulence and elegance. The eight-acre lake that separates the building from the Las Vegas strip is made even more beautiful by its world-renowned dancing water fountain, seen in films like Ocean’s 11. The casino itself is probably best known for its high-stakes poker room which hosts World Poker Tour events, but it also offers a stylish gambling experience, probably more suited to the high rollers.