Luxury Casino Guide (New)

Few splendors rival the thrill of gambling. This is a guide to my favourites, where I have lost and won serious amounts of money. Disclaimer note: please gamble responsibly … Paul!


The Bellagio Hotel and Casino.

Whatever a regular hotel and casino would offer, Bellagio ups the ante. In the casino, they have slots but they offer slot hosts for those who have too much money to spend. The casino has restaurants, but the Bellagio offers several Michelin rated restaurants like Picasso and Le Cirque, with James Beard award winning chefs like Todd English and Michael Mina.

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The Ritz Club.

The Ritz Club takes its unique idea of being an artisan when it comes to casinos to the maximum. Not to be confused with the Ritz Carlton, the Ritz Club is a London hotspot that caters only to private guests. Patterning itself like a palace, guests can game, dine and socialise in this ultra exclusive club 24 hours a day. The staff service is impeccable and club members wait on virtually nothing.

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Casino de Ibiza.

Containing a spa that offers reflexology, body wraps, steam room and hot stone massages. Plus, there’s detoxification wraps to undo the previous night’s heavy drinking. The luxurious part isn’t just inside the property, either. With weather that hardly ever gets above 85 degrees in the summer, guests can step out and explore the island town and hit the beaches or the many five star restaurants in the area.

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Park Hyatt Mendoza.

The Park Hyatt Mendoza gives the most luxurious bang for its buck. In this place, it’s the little things that count. The place is a throwback to old school colonial Spanish architecture and every nook and cranny is as clean as a whistle. The rooms are extremely modern and the entire hotel is committed to an attention to detail.

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The Cosmopolitan.

The Cosmopolitan relies on its nightclub which is the highest grossing nightclub in all of the United States. The club comes with VIP table service, cabana service and probably some services off the menu to keep the high rollers coming back. The casino is over 100,00 square feet alone and overlooks the Las Vegas Strip.

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Casino du Liban.

In Lebanon, the government actually gave the Casino du Liban a total monopoly over gaming in the country. Because they get to win all the money, the amenities are awesome! The place is so exclusive, they don’t let in government employees or anyone that doesn’t earn at least $33,000 a year.

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St. Eugene Golf Resort and Casino.

The most luxurious part of this place is its golf course, they have really outdone themselves on the links. Not stopping with the views of the Rocky Mountains, a guest can book tee time, buy a fantasy golf package, build an itinerary, converse directly with a pro shop employee or even get golf lessons while they stay.

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Monte Carlo Casino.

This place is the height of luxury, it’s even been used in several Bond films. The beach club has personalised tent service, pools with a view of the Mediterranean sea, man made lagoons, and even a detox / relaxation centre right on site.

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Wynn Macau.

This place has stores like Gucci, Cartier, Chanel and Hugo Boss inside the casino. The best part is that there’s even a Ferrari apparel dealership, they also have an art gallery that includes rare pieces like the Buccleuch Vases and 400 year old statues. There’s even a dragon made entirely of crystal.

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Venetian Macao.

There is over 500,000 square feet of gaming space, there is also a 15,000 seat arena on the property that has hosted NBA exhibition games. With a million feet of meeting space, business people can get themselves into trouble even while traveling for work. For a small fortune, a guest can book a 3,800 square foot suite that comes with a butler and limousine service.

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