Let’s be honest, a few of us have probably set foot in a few casinos that didn’t quite match the image we’ve seen in Ocean’s Eleven or the James Bond movies over the years, but it doesn’t mean they’re all like that.
We’ve taken a little look at some of the coolest casinos from around the globe to give you this easy-to-read list that will hopefully influence your forthpcoming travel plans!
The Venetian – Las Vegas
One of the most recognisable casinos in the world, The Venetian in Las Vegas, features a Grand Canal both indoors and out, complete with bridges, waterside cafés and, of course, gondola rides to take you on your journey through the beautiful architecture of the faux city.
The Venetian also features the Palazzo Pool Deck, with no fewer than seven separate pools, as well as a gorgeous Venetian pool deck. For the gambler who appreciates luxury, this is the perfect choice.
Sun City Casino Resort – South Africa
Fancy a little break from the city? Why not head to Sun City in South Africa! Casino, golf, wildlife, what’s not to love? Not only does Sun City feature two golf courses to choose from, it also features a maze, a gym and the newly built ’Vibes’ bar – perfect for sinking a few beers and playing a few rounds of pool with your pals after an intense day at the tables!
Marina Bay Sands – Singapore
Without a doubt the most picture-perfect casino on our list, the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore; it’s unique design features a structure that resembles a boat, placed precariously across the top of three towering buildings.
At the time of writing, this is the only legal casino in Singapore, so a perfect location for travelling gamblers. The casino encompasses more than 15,000 square metres of gambling space spread throughout four floors. The casino is also home to over 600 table games and more than 1,500 slot machines!
Casino de Monte Carlo – Monaco
Perfect for travellers, not so great for locals. Monaco’s laws forbid residents from gambling so you’ll be hard-pressed to meet any locals at The Casino de Monte Carlo!! The casino features both European and American table games, as well as a wide variety of slot machines to give you a broad selection to choose from.
The cherry on the cake however, is the unforgettable Monte Carlo Country Club, overlooking the sea by the Monte Carlo Beach Hotel, featuring no fewer than 21 clay tennis courts as well as a magnificent mirror swimming pool and an 18 hole golf course overlooking the water.
Grand Lisboa – Macau
Certainly not the subtlest casino on our list (but then again, what casino has ever been subtle!) The Grand Lisboa in Macau is one of the most unique building shapes in the world, imitating the shape of a lotus leaf.
It features over 400 rooms available for guests, alongside a massive 10,000sqft two floor spa available for guests. The gaming area covers a massive 9,365sqft, giving gamblers a huge choice of entertainment.
Let us know if you’ve ever been to any of these casinos and which, if any, you’d add to our list! And if you like casinos, why not play some slots at https://casino.paddypower.com/c/slots