The Most Luxurious Casinos in the World
We all want to indulge in a bit of gambling sometimes. Thanks to Novibet Casino and other online casinos, every game is available on your fingertips from the comfort of your home. However, land-based casinos are not going away anytime soon. It’s not that online casinos are not worth it, it’s just that the whole casino atmosphere and luxury creates a unique experience that’s simply too hard to resist.
Las Vegas may be the gambling capital in the world, but there are many expensive and luxurious casinos that look and feel much better than the casinos in Vegas. Of course, most of them are exclusively available to high-rollers only – if you’re one, we strongly suggest visiting any of the ones on this list.
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
If you’re ever in Singapore, you shouldn’t miss this glorious structure. Opened in 2010, the Marina Bay Sands is a major resort which houses hotels, exhibition centers, museums, theatres, celebrity chef restaurants, an incredible infinity pool on top of the buildings, and of course, the world’s largest atrium casino.
The casino ranks among the biggest ones in the world, featuring more than 1,600 slots and over 500 tables. Of course, nothing comes cheap at such a beautiful resort, but if you can afford it, you’ll definitely enjoy it.
Bellagio, Las Vegas
Everyone knew that Vegas must be somewhere on this list. The famous Bellagio opened its doors in 1998 and became an instant hit with celebrities, featuring in more than a few Hollywood pictures. The resort became MGM property in 2000.
This popular Vegas casino is constantly in the headlines, be it for a positive or negative reason. It is often a target for robbers as it houses expensive stores and the world’s biggest brands. Fitting for a casino that considers itself the best.
Oh, did we forget the incredible fountains? They are an attraction of their own, and you get to watch them for free even if your pockets aren’t deep enough for a few rounds of blackjack at the casino.
Hotel de Paris & Casino, Monaco
If Vegas is the gambling capital of the USA (and probably the world), Monaco is the gambling capital of Europe. The Hotel de Paris & Casino resort was opened in 1863 and houses more than a few hotels and casinos. It is aimed at high-rollers, so you can easily see the world’s most expensive cars parked outside. Yes, this is the spot where all Monaco visitors photograph themselves with million-dollar supercars.
Additionally, the Casino de Montem has earned quite the reputation as a high-roller casino for itself as the main setting for the James Bond novel Casino Royale.
Venetian Macao, China
When it comes to size, no one can match the Venetian Macao. With a stunning 546,000 square feet of property, the casino and hotel resort can rightfully be called a man-made marvel. It is the largest casino resort in the world, the largest hotel structure in Asia, and the seventh largest building in the world by area.
Of course, it’s also very pricey, meaning that you probably won’t be able to afford to gamble at the resort unless you’re not a high-roller.