Online gambling is great and offers a whole host of benefits and perks, but there’s just something about going into a beautiful casino, sitting at a proper table and enjoying the lively atmosphere while taking part in some in-house gambling.
That’s why I’ve compiled a list of just a few of some of the amazing casinos from around the world. So, wherever you are, or wherever you’re going, you’ll ever be short of somewhere amazing to play the tables.
Europe – Casino de Monte Carlo, Monaco
Casino de Monte Carlo is explicitly for tourists and foreign nationals, Monaco natives are not allowed to gamble in the world’s most famous casino. This makes the atmosphere really interesting and lively, with people from all over the world rocking up in their rented Lamborghinis and Ferraris and indulging in a little table action. The casino offers some of the best service in the world thanks to generous funding from the government and the monarchy.
Australasia – Crown Casino, Melbourne
This upmarket casino offering has some of the best poker facilities in the world because of its ties to the World Series of Poker – it is hosted here every year in the Asia-Pacific leg of the tour. There are a range of tables to choose from, all with different stakes, so there is something for everyone and every budget. If you want to go extremely high with your betting, this may not be the best option for you, as the maximum isn’t the highest in the world. But the experience at the world-class may outweigh the low maximums.
Asia – The Venetian, Macau
Not to be confused with Vegas’ Venetian, the largest casino complex in the world is the Asian counterpart to the USA’s Venice inspired casino. With real canals and gondolas, a visit to The Venetian doesn’t even necessarily have to revolve around gambling (but it’s better if it does!). There’s shops, restaurants, a hotel, mini golf and loads more entertainment you could spend days in here without ever leaving and you’d barely notice the time pass.
USA – Bellagio, Las Vegas
Despite being a bit of a tourist trap thanks to its famous fountain show, the Bellagio is a truly beautiful casino with great private rooms. These private rooms, called ‘The Office’ have really high maximum bets and pots often exceed $1 million. Even if you’re not betting that sort of money, the slot machines and blackjack table are always a great way to dip your toes in lower-tier gambling and betting.
South America – Trilenium Casino, Buenos Aires
The Trilenium Casino is the one to go to if you’re looking for impeccable levels of service in the heart of Argentina. It’s the biggest casino in South American and is a haven amongst the streets of the city. Choose from digital games or physical table and get every need catered to by your own personal waiter. Remember to tip generously, Argentina is a lesser developed country and the waiters make less than £10 a day for long hours. Leave a game early and save that cash to thank them for their outstanding service.Follow me on social media