Top Casinos in the World

Posted on 02/21/2014 ~ Categorized as Play
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Top Casinos in the World

If you live or work abroad, then that means you’ve probably got the risk-taker attitude.  And there’s nothing an adrenaline junkie likes more than a good gamble, especially if it’s in a posh setting with free drinks.  When it’s time to take a break from your new life overseas, check out these world-class casinos across the globe.

The Ritz-Carlton - San Juan, Puerto Rico

This classy hotel and casino overlooks the Atlantic Ocean and the beautiful beaches of Puerto Rico.  It has over 340 slot machines, roulette, mini baccarat, let-it-ride games and blackjack all in close proximity to the hotel, spa, and delicious house restaurants like the BLT Steak.

Ibiza Gran Hotel – Ibiza, Spain

Ibiza, which is famous for its full moon parties and music, is the ideal location for a stylish casino like the Gran.  Overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, this sleek hotel has top notch pools for relaxing, as well as a full service spa.  Amongst the modern interior, you can find Hold ‘em tournaments, lots of slot machines, and all the gaming tables you can ask for.

The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino – Las Vegas, NV USA

No casino list is complete without including Las Vegas, and the Palazzo is a prime example of everything that Vegas represents.  This all-suite hotel features bathrooms adorned in marble, sunken living rooms, and lavish European-inspired décor.  The contemporary hotel has everything you could ask for in a casino: high stakes games, slots for miles, and full sports betting.  As a bonus, The Venetian, the Palazzo’s sister casino, is connected via the Grand Canal Shoppes arcade, so you have the option of either place for dining and gambling.

Sun City Resort – South Africa

This place is far more than just a casino and hotel.  Sitting on two premier golf courses, the resort features a water park, a crocodile pool, and an elephant sanctuary.  If that’s not enough for you, then you have the option of checking out the Pilanesberg Game Reserve next door where you can see the classic Big 5 of Africa’s wildlife either by land or by air in a hot air balloon.

Marina Bay Sands – Singapore

If decadence is what you’re out for, then look no further than Marina Bay Sands.  The casino has over 2,200 slot machines and 500 gaming tables.  And when you need to take a break from gambling, you can relax in the luxurious infinity pool that overlooks the city, visit the eighteenth-century French museum, or grab a massage in the Banyan Tree spa.  Plus, the dining and shows are among the best in the business.


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