Top 100 Casinos In The World

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Must do things before you die?

100 Things To Do Before You Die
Bathe nude at midnight on the Riviera.
Have love affairs going on in Paris and Clacton at the same time.
Dress up and go to the opera.
Set aside a whole day to gorge on everything you love that is bad for you, and don’t feel at all guilty.
Be a film extra.
Tell a complete stranger the story of your life without hiding anything.
Make love on the kitchen (or dining room?) table.
Make love in a bed of flowers. (No, not the flowers printed on the quilt cover!!)
Make love on a railway train.
Learn to roller-skate.
Learn how to take a compliment well.
Buy a round the world ticket and a rucksack and set off.
Have your portrait painted/drawn.
Send a letter in a bottle.
Try something risky like pot-holing, rock climbing or parachuting.
Ride a camel in the desert, in the nude.
Plant a tree.
Learn to say no, and mean it.
Be served champagne and caviar at a luxury hotel while you lie in the bath with your lover.
Write a fan letter to the person you most admire.
Learn to waltz, rumba or tango faultlessly.
Travel alone on holiday to somewhere weird and wonderful.
Write that novel/paint that picture that you’ve always talked about.
Dance all night long and then go straight to work, just for once.
Sing at the top of your voice from the peak of a mountain.
Join an expedition.
Drive a racing car full throttle.
Shower in a waterfall while you sip cold coconut milk served by a stunning South Sea Islander.
Ask for a raise, and get it.
Spend the night in a haunted house – alone.
Tell your worst enemy what you really think of them.
Take a day off from work.
Learn icon painting.
Walk the Great Wall of China.
Read the Kama Sutra and put some of the theory into practice.
Sign up for the New York Marathon – and boast about it to your friends.
Experience weightlessness.
Ask somebody you scarcely know, but really fancy, out to dinner.
Make a proper fool of yourself.
Get your own way.
Lie naked on a mountain top one summer’s night and look at the stars.
Leave home.
Spend a whole day in bed with a good book.
Forgive your parents.
Learn how to change a tyre, and your mind.
Write passionate, romantic letters to your loved one.
Learn to juggle.
Spend New Year’s Eve on the beach with a Pina Colada.
Have something named after you – a rose, a park bench, a dog?
Be on TV (or radio) and enjoy your 15 minutes of fame.
Grow sunflowers from seed.
Spend 6 months getting your body as perfect as it can be.
Drive a convertible car with some loud rock music, mirror shades and your hair streaming in the wind.
Accept yourself as you are.
Ride in a hot air balloon.
Attend a big jam-packed rock concert.
Kiss someone you’ve just met.
Lose more than you can afford to at roulette in a fancy casino.
Let yourself be fed dewy seedless grapes.
Give a ball for your friends.
Buy a one-way train ticket to somewhere you’ve never been, and go there!
Spend one month in a palm hut on a tropical island, or an igloo in the Arctic.
Throw away all your junk.
Memorise a poem.
Write your autobiography.
Give away a week’s pay to a tramp.
Hold a Christmas party in July.
Attend a summer solstice celebration and dance naked round a bonfire.
Try it – you might like it.
Learn to whistle.
Rescue a dog/cat from a dog/cat’s home.
Kiss a baby.
Fast for one day and give the money saved to a third world charity.
Learn to put up a shelf, properly.
Make a video of yourself doing the dance of the seven veils.
Show the seven veils video to your loved one.
Ring your best friend and tell them how much you like them.
Discover the origins of your surname.
Share your Christmas with a lonely elderly person.
Ski naked down Everest with a carnation up your nose.
Have an affair with a famous person.
Stand for parliament.
Build a jacuzzi in your garden.
Make a record and get it on local radio.
Break a record and get into the Guinness Book of Records.
Smile at everyone you meet for one whole day.
Buy a cheap dinner service and throw it at the wall.
Put a mirror on your bedroom ceiling.
Learn self-defence.
Drive a tractor.
Treat yourself to a pair of hand-made shoes.
Do a bungee jump off San Francisco Bridge.
Put up a bat box in your garden.
Learn to recognise the constellations.
Buy a parrot and teach it to say something really rude.
Make love in a wetsuit.
Tie dye your best shirt.
Learn to play the drums.
Watch a romantic film with a box of tissues handy and really let go.
Plan your funeral.

How many of these HAVE you done, how many of them would you even WANT to do?! What “must do” things would you put on a list of your own?
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11. Bellagio~ Las Vegas

The Bellagio

Square feet: 155,000
Gaming machines: 2,449
Table and poker games: 207
Restaurants and bars: 20
Hotel rooms: 3,933

Located on the Las Vegas Strip and a member of the Leading Hotels of the World, the Bellagio is a luxury hotel and casino owned by MGM Mirage (MGM). Opened in 1995, the Bellagio is inspired by the Lake Como resort of the same name in Italy. In addition to its casino, it has more than 200,000 square feet of meeting and convention facilities.

12. Caesars~ Atlantic City

Ceasars

Square feet: 145,100
Gaming machines: 3,027
Table and poker games: 163
Restaurants and bars: 11
Hotel rooms: 1,140

Caesars Atlantic City is the East Coast flagship of Harrah’s Entertainment, which acquired Caesars Entertainment, parent of famed Las Vegas casino-hotel Caesars Palace as well as Caesars Atlantic City, in 2005. Harrah’s now operates or manages casino resorts on four continents.

13. Starworld Hotel & Casino~ Macao, China

Starworld Hotel & Casino

Square feet: 140,000
Gaming machines: 500
Table and poker games: 284
Restaurants and bars: 7
Hotel rooms: 507

It may not be one of the larger resorts in Macao, but the Starworld doesn’t disappoint. The resort provides dazzling decor and superior services for its guests, which in part made it win the 5-Star Diamond Award granted by the American Academy of Hospitality Sciences in 2008.

14. The Venetian Resort-Hotel-Casino~ Las Vegas

The Venetian Resort-Hotel-Casino

Square feet: 120,000
Gaming info: 3,086
Table and poker games: 309
Restaurants and bars: 18
Hotel rooms: 4,027

Can’t make it to Italy? The Venetian Resort-Hotel-Casino, owned by Sheldon Adelson’s Las Vegas Sands, offers States-side tourists the chance to ride gondolas on a quarter-mile recreation of the city’s Grand Canal. The hotel boasts more than 4,000 suites, an 85,000-square-foot ballroom and 19 restaurants. It has a Madame Tussaud’s wax museum and its theater is the Vegas home of the Blue Man Group.

15. Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino~ Paradise, Nev.

Rio All Suite Hotel & Casino

Square feet: 120,000
Gaming machines: 1,245
Table and poker games: 104
Restaurants and bars: 18
Hotel rooms: 2,500

Known as The Rio, this casino is located off the Las Vegas Strip in the unincorporated area of Paradise, Nev. It made a splash in 2008 by teaming up with a local gentlemen’s club to open what the Rio called a “European style” topless pool. Last month, however, the hotel announced it was suspending operation of the pool following a visit by local police.

16. Wynn, Las Vegas

The Wynn

Square feet: 110,000
Gaming machines: 1,900
Table and poker games: 167
Restaurants and bars: 22
Hotel rooms: 2,716

This $2.7 billion resort is the flagship property of billionaire Steve Wynn’s Wynn Resorts (WYNN). It features an 18-hole golf course (co-designed by Wynn himself) complete with a 37-foot waterfall next to the final hole. Wynn is in the midst of a divorce and he and his wife, Elaine, recently sold more than $200 million in company stock.

17. Wynn Macao~ Macao, China

Wynn Macao

Square feet: 100,000
Gaming machines: 1,270
Table and poker games: 390
Restaurants and bars: 6
Hotel rooms: 600

Following the decision by the local government to end the longtime monopoly of local tycoon Stanley Ho, Steve Wynn was the first to open a Vegas-style resort in the Chinese city. His Wynn Macao, opened in 2006, features a sound-and-light show on a “Performance Lake” containing 800,000 gallons of water. Armani, Boss, and Chanel are among the designers with shops in the Wynn’s arcade.

18. Resorts~ Atlantic City

Resorts

Square feet: 100,000
Gaming machines: 2,500
Table and poker games: 95
Restaurants and bars: 8
Hotel rooms: 942

This casino and spa complex was the first to open in Atlantic City after New Jersey legalized casino gambling in 1978. However, Resorts has suffered from the economic downturn as well as from competition from Native American-owned casinos in the Northeast. In August, the hotel’s owner, Colony Capital, asked the state to approve the transfer of its stake to its lenders, including Credit Suisse (CS).

19. Trump Plaza Hotel & Casino~ Atlantic City

Trump Plaza Hotel & Casino

Square feet: 91,181
Gaming machines: 2,137
Table and poker games: 105
Restaurants and bars: 12
Hotel rooms: 728

This Trump-branded casino-hotel designed by architect Martin Stern opened in 1984, but The Donald lost control of it in 2005 when it emerged from a second stint in Chapter 11. Trump and his daughter Ivanka are now trying to retake control of the Plaza and two other Atlantic City hotels, vowing to pour money into an effort to spiff them up.

20. Gold Coast Hotel and Casino~ Las Vegas

Gold Coast Hotel & Casino

Square feet: 86,600
Gaming machines: 2,100
Table and poker games: 59
Restaurants and bars: 9
Hotel rooms: 711

Located one mile west of the Las Vegas Strip, this casino is owned and operated by Boyd Gaming, which also operates the Borgata in Atlantic City, among many other casinos. The Gold Coast was built in 1986 and had a major upgrade in 2002 that added more restaurants, gaming machines and tables, and parking spots.
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In Macau, Betting on a Poker Boom

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Giant Macao

In the casinos of Macao, the only city in China with legalized gambling, the most popular games have long been baccarat, blackjack, and roulette. Matt Savage wants to get Chinese betters focusing on straight flushes and full houses instead. Savage is director of the Asian Poker Tour, which recently completed a 12-day poker tournament for local and Western players at Macao’s StarWorld Hotel & Casino. He says poker is growing rapidly in the former Portuguese colony—albeit with a different atmosphere. “You see a lot more people jumping up and getting very excited, which you don’t see in the U.S. all the time,” says Savage. “It has become more exciting for the players to play here.”

Think of gambling, and Las Vegas comes first to mind. But recession has hurt America’s longtime casino hub: Revenues on the Strip dropped 15% in the first half of the year, following a record-setting 11% drop in 2008. Macao is hurting, too: For the first half of 2009, gaming revenues dropped 12%, to $6.5 billion. But big-name gaming companies like Las Vegas Sands (LVS) and Wynn (WYNN) are counting on Macao for growth. In 2008, the city’s casinos reported revenue of $16 billion, compared with $12 billion for Vegas and $5 billion for Atlantic City.

The Asian Poker Tournament, held this year on Aug. 12-23, is Asia’s biggest, attracting players as well as Internet qualifiers who join online. The majority of the 350 to 450 players in this pokerfest came from Hong Kong, Macao, mainland China, and other parts of Asia—as well as some from Europe and the U.S. According to the organizers, this year’s tournament attracted many more locals compared with a year ago. Eventually, the goal of the Asian Poker Tour is to expand across the region, says Savage. Poker “is really growing globally,” he says. “It’s an exciting time.”
Fast Expansion

What seems to be clear is that poker has a huge potential for growth in Asia. Tom Hall, executive vice-chairman and CEO of AsianLogic, the Hong Kong company that owns and operates the Asian tour, recalls how the expansion started in the Philippines and Korea and is now picking up in mainland China as well. “Three years ago there were no poker rooms in Macao,” says Hall, who points out that there are now 60 tables at three casinos: the Wynn and Lisboa as well as StarWorld.

During the latest 12-day festival of poker, professional players came to Macao from the U.S. for the first time. Among them was Guangzhou, China-born Johnny Chan, who became the first player to win 10 World Series of Poker titles. Another was J.C. Tran, a 32-year-old pro poker player from Sacramento who has already won more than $8 million during his career. According to Chan, the Asia tour is special because he gets to experience a different type of poker culture. “It’s not like a typical tournament in Las Vegas, where you are up against the pros and you know everyone,” says Chan. “These players are playing in a totally different way.”

The tournament wasn’t limited to the pros. Ciaran Carter, 29, is from Sarnia, Ont., and works for the Canadian government but loves poker so much that he spends up to eight hours a day playing online. Carter says the setting and organization of the Macao tournament was impressive. Even so, he adds as he sips some complimentary white wine given out by the organizers, he had expected to see a “bigger number of participants and more of the world’s top players.”

Poker may eventually become a new source of revenue for Macao’s casinos, but a stroll around the city’s main gambling halls during weekdays shows how some of these venues are struggling to keep their tables full and their slot machines humming. American-born Savage notes, however, that the economic crisis “hasn’t affected us nearly as bad as in other areas…. Even though the game has, in the U.S., maybe plateaued, around the globe it keeps expanding.”
Legal Barriers in Much of Asia

Along with Macao, another market with potential is the Philippines, where a new poker room opens almost monthly. The Asian Poker Tour’s first event of 2009 took place there in January with more than 260 participants from over 30 countries. Of the 27 money finishers, 12 were Asian.

The poker industry seems to recognize the potential for further growth, both for land-based as well as online poker operators. But significant entry barriers remain. One of the biggest: Online gaming is illegal in most Asian countries, making it difficult to show poker tournaments on TV to popularize the game. The Philippines, for instance, has become the fastest-growing poker nation in Asia with about 18 poker rooms around the country, thanks in part to TV broadcasts. In the U.S., televised poker “has led to a growth in poker in the casinos and play in the communities,” says Hall.

Language is another stumbling block. But Savage says he’s optimistic players in Asia can transcend the language barrier. “Poker is an international game,” he says. “People learn very early to say raise, bluff, and call.”
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Ibiza Spain

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Ibiza Spain

Ibiza is the third largest island in the Balearic archipelago, located in the Mediterranean Sea just about 40 miles from the east coast of mainland Spain. It is a top international tourist destination, boasting many fine beaches and a vibrant nightlife scene. You will also discover world-class dining, high-end boutique shopping, and large resorts and luxury hotels. The Port of Ibiza features an array of opulent yachts, lending to the city’s reputation as a vacation destination for the rich and famous. There are a wide variety of activities to enjoy, from scuba diving and snorkeling to boating and fishing.

Talamanca Beach is just one of the beautiful stretches of coastline that define the best of the Ibiza beaches. It is an expansive, curvy beach with a promenade, restaurants, bars, and all of the public facilities you need. Lifeguards are on duty and there is parking onsite. This is a hotel located near the old town portion of Ibiza. A boardwalk spans the length of the beach. Las Salinas can be reached in less than ten minutes from Ibiza town and is a must-see beach in the area. There are restaurants, bars, and boutiques, as well as a host of water sports and activities. It is a long and unspoiled beach with remote stretches that are ideal for a romantic walk. Las Salinas is located on the southernmost point of the island. Sa Caleta is another impressive beach. It is less than fifteen minutes from Ibiza town and is stunningly beautiful. The backdrop consists of steep, red mountains. The shallow water is perfect for families with small children.

If you can drag yourself off of these pristine beaches you will also find a world of activities around town, from our casinos, clubs and bars to cool cafes and trendy galleries. Ibiza is a wonderful, if pricey, vacation destination that offers the full resort experience. The authentic Mediterranean cuisine and fine wine is a perfect complement to the natural beauty of the island itself.

Casino De Ibiza

Casino de Ibiza

Located in the Paseo Marítimo-one of the best-known leisure areas in Ibiza- Casino de Ibiza is the best place to spend a different night.

  • GAMING ROOM
    • American Roulette
    • Black Jack
    • Caribbean Poker
    • Punto Banco
    • Coming soon….. Texas Hold’em Poker
    • TEXAS HOLD’EM TOURNAMENTS
      • Sit&Go’s: Tuesdays and Fridays from 10.00 pm
      • Private gaming rooms. Bar and Snacks
    • Schedule from June to October: Open daily from 6.00 pm to 5.00 am
    • Schedule from November to May: Open daily from 6.00 pm to 4.00 am
  • SLOT MACHINES ROOM
    • Slots, Videopoker, Keno, Bingo, Pick a Game (5 different games)
    • JACKPOTS
      • Pick a Game : 26.000 €
      • Reels Royce: 40.000 €
    • Bar and Snacks
    • Schedule from June to October: Open daily from 6.00 pm to 6.00 am
    • Schedule from November to May: Open daily from 5.00 pm to 5.00 am

 

 

CLUB AMNESIA

The clubs of Ibiza start to become famous worldwide. Although due to neighbors complaints the authorities oblige them to cover the dance-floors, which had traditionally functioned in the open air. Nevertheless Amnesias expansion is unstoppable. From four bars it grows to sixteen, from thirty employees to more than two hundred in mid summer. These include waiters, spectacular go-go dancers’, security, light-jockeys and office workers amongst others.

 

In 1999 the UN claims Ibiza cultural heritage. The island reaches one hundred thousand habitants and the label Amnesia extends from magazines to records, cloths’etc. Its fame grows like its foam, that foam that names one of its most important performances. Today in the 21st century who hasn’t heard of parties like ‘Cocoon Club’, ‘La Troya Asesina’ or ‘Cream’? Disc-jockeys like Sven Väth, Paul Van Dyk, Dj Tiësto, Danny Tenaglia, Laurent Garnier or Carl Cox are just some of the legendary stars to have passed through the dj booth.

One of the secrets to its success lies in the quality of its sound. Today the discotheque has one of the most advanced sound systems (Expanded Amnesia Technology) due to the dynamic electronic process. Its function is to analyze and submit frequencies that provoke the human body to feel sensations that compare to having a sound massage’ enjoy it!

Amnesia Light Show

From 2006 til date, Amnesia has been awarded for 3 consecutive years the prestigious BEST GLOBAL CLUB award in the Winter Music Conference which is held every year in Miami during the last week of March.

 

In 2009 Amnesia installed a system of 24 color lasers with the latest technology controllable like a robot. 23 lasers are 1 Watt RGB and there is one high power RGBY Matrix. The combination results in a spectacle unimaginable.

 

Currently Amnesia is about to begin to open franchises in four key destinations, these franchises must meet strict requirements to guarantee to be as similar as possible to the original club of Ibiza.

Always Beautiful People Partying In Amnesia

There is no doubt that Ibiza is the capital city of fun. Here you will find the very best nightlife and the best clubs and DJs from all over the world. The island bars and discos offer more than just music. They also put on incredible and fun audiovisual spectacles which are advertised in the streets around the port of Ibiza. In consequence, it is not unusual to find celebrities soaking up the atmosphere on the terrace bars and in the discos on the island.
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Sun City South Africa Casino & Safaris Game Reserves

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It’s always tempting to try one’s luck at the casino – the intoxicating sound of the jingling slot machines, the flashing lights, and the promise of big winnings to those successful in flirting with Lady Luck.

Sun City, South Africa’s premier holiday resort, offers 2 casino areas open daily.

The Jungle Casino in the Entertainment Center, has over 250 slot machines, while the Sun City Hotel Casino has over 330 slot machines in both smoking and non-smoking venues.

The casino at the Sun City Hotel also offers black jack, American roulette, poker, and punto banco. The Salon Prive has higher stakes, while the International Room is reserved for games with very high limits.

Sun City’s casinos function on a smartcard cashless system and have a Bureau de Change which accepts all major currencies. A passport is required for foreign exchange transactions.

Not too sure where to begin? First-timers needn’t be intimidated. The Sun City School of Gaming provides all the insights into the etiquette and skills of gambling.

Sun City, unique in the context of world resorts, with a combination of features unmatched anywhere, draws thousands of visitors each year to its four top-quality hotels, a Vacation Club plus magnificent sporting and recreational facilities including 2 world class golf courses, and the magical Lost City water-park, The Valley of Waves. Only 187 km from Johannesburg, the resort, situated in the bushveld of South Africa‘s North West province, is surrounded by the imposing mountains of the Pilanesberg. The wide choice of conference venues ensure a level of convention and banqueting facilities which few can beat.

The malaria-free Pilanesberg National Game Park is home to South Africa’s Big 5 – Elephant, Rhino, Lion, Leopard and Buffalo.

Sun City Resort is an environmentally friendly destination and has been awarded Gold classification from the Heritage Programme for its commitment to the principles of sustainable and responsible environmental practice.  In addition to this, Sun City Resort was awarded the 2007 Overall Imvelo Responsible Tourism Award in South Africa.  Imvelo, meaning “nature” in Nguni, forms part of an ongoing hospitality industry campaign to encourage industry members to accept voluntary guidelines by promoting responsible tourism.

The resort is an extended wildlife area where Vervet Monkeys and Chacma Baboons can still roam freely.  They should therefore be acknowledged and treated as wild animals.  Should they be fed, they will lose their natural fear of humans and become aggressive and dangerous.  Guests are requested to assist the resort in following the easy guidelines below:

  • Do not feed or tease the monkeys and baboons.
  • Keep all doors and windows locked when vacating your room.

 

Sun City Safaris- Madikwe Game Reserve

Sun City- Pilansberg Reserve

Madikwe Game Reserve is only an hour and a half drive from Sun City and is one of South Africa’s largest game reserves. The reserve is fast becomming one of the country’s prime safari destinations.

Madikwe is a region dominated by Kalahari thornveld and is punctuated by rugged hills and seasonally flooded pans.

However, if a guided Africa safari is what you’re after, there are a number of private game lodges that offer guided game drives in the company of knowledgeable rangers.

Madikwe lies outside the Southern African malaria belt, making it an ideal family safari destination.

Since the reserve was proclaimed in 1991, its 75 000 hectares have been restocked with animals indigenous to the area. Species introduced here include all of the Big 5, cheetah, spotted hyena, giraffe, hippo, zebra and a wide variety of antelope and other herbivores.

A Madikwe safari is the perfect add on to a SunCity holiday.

Sun City Safaris – Pilansberg Game Reserve

 

Sun City Safaris-Pilansberg Game Reserve

Situated just outside Sun City, the Pilanesberg Game Reserve encompasses 55 000 hectares of pristine South African wilderness.

The Pilanesberg Game Reserve is third largest reserve in South Africa and has the added bonus of being malaria-free which makes it an ideal family safari destination.

Visitors can choose to explore the reserve on a self-drive adventure – there are over 200km of excellent roads – or to experience a guided game drive at one of the many luxury lodges within the reserve.

The Pilanesberg Reserve boasts prolific wildlife, including the Big 5, varied habitats and wide open landscapes. Other species likely to be seen here include hippo,zebra, giraffe, crocodile, cheetah, hyena and a variety of antelope.

One of the most memorable to ways to see the wildlife in the Pilanesberg is on a balloon safari over this spectacular landscape.

While many guests at SunCity Africa visit the reserve on a day safari, a few days spent exploring this wilderness is a great add on to a Sun City holiday.
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Top 10 Casinos In The World (8) Park Hyatt Mendoza Argentina

Park Hyatt Mendoza Argentina

A beautifully restored, nineteenth-century Spanish colonial façade greets guests at this luxurious property, located on the Plaza de la Independencia. Although the city of Mendoza is best known for its surrounding vineyards and nearby Andes’ ski resorts (which can be seen from the guest rooms), this hotel gives visitors plenty of good reasons to stay in town. Its two-level casino unites elegant European ambience with personal service to create an atmosphere that lures in glamorous gamblers from around the world. The variety of table games includes all the usual suspects, as well as punto y banca, a local variation of baccarat.
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Top 10 Casinos In The World (7) Hotel De Paris Monaco Monte Carlos

Hotel De Paris Monaco Monte Carlo

Famous for its jet-set lifestyle and magnificent casinos, Monte Carlo is ideal for a high rolling holiday. As for the lodging of choice, none can compare to Hotel De Paris, connected to the Place Du Casino by a mere flight of stairs. Despite how popular this opulent hotel has become since it first opened in 1864, it still retains an air of discretion. As for its indulgences, you’re invited to explore them all, beginning with the 300,000 vintages offered at Le Bar Américain. After a decadent meal at Le Louis XV Alain Ducasse, we suggest you get all dressed up (ditch the shorts and flip-flops) and head for one of Place Du Casino’s five distinct venues, the largest being the legendary Casino De Monte-Carlo, which served as the setting for the first James Bond novel, Casino Royale.
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Top 10 Casinos In The World (6) Jupiters Queensland Australia

Jupiters Queensland Australia

Situated on a tropical island on Queensland’s Gold Coast, Conrad Jupiters is one of Australia’s largest hotels. But it’s not the massive size that makes this place appealing. Instead, it’s the feeling of exclusivity that exists despite this size. Each of the 593 guest rooms, 29 suites and two penthouses boasts a private view overlooking the Pacific Ocean, and the 24-hour casino has an elite gaming room: Club Conrad. Following a $53 million renovation, the vast casino offers more than 70 table games and 1,300 gaming machines. Jupiters motto is “Bet with your head, not over it,” and if you follow this advice, you’re sure to have money left over to spend at the hotel’s five restaurants, Touch Therapy spa and Paradise Gifts boutique. As for freebies, the landscaped pool, tennis courts and comprehensive fitness center will make you feel as if you’ve hit the jackpot.
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Top 10 Casinos In The World (5) Venetian Macau China

Venetian Macao China

Modeled after its sister property in Las Vegas, The Venetian Macao is just one of the many lavish casino hotels that are giving Macau world-class status as a gambling mecca. This massive place is all about bigger-is-better. Its 3,000 suites each have a minimum of 750 square feet of space, and if you can drag yourself away from your lavish split-level accommodation, take time (and lots of it) to explore the casino. It’s said to be the largest in the world at 550,000 square feet, with 870 gaming tables and 3,400 slot machines. Though you can spend 24/7 placing bets, the hotel has more to offer, including a shopping mall, health and wellness center and entertainment that includes Cirque De Soleil performances and headliners from around Asia.
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Top 10 Casino In The World (3) MGM Grand

MGM Grand

Think big, play big, win big — this could easily be the philosophy behind the MGM Grand. Even though Vegas is known for its monster-sized accommodations and casinos, this hotel still manages to stand out. The 30-floor main building alone has 5,044 guest rooms and suites, and the Grand Pool Complex features five swimming pools, a meandering “lazy river” and waterfalls. The property also houses a convention center, the 16,800-seat MGM Grand Garden Arena, an educational lion habitat and an interactive CSI crime-solving experience. But none of this compares to the casino, weighing in at 171,000 square feet. Divided into four separate gaming areas, it boasts every possible way to place a bet and, hopefully, win big
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