High-rollers across the world flock to luxurious casinos to try their luck and enjoy the fantastic facilities at their disposal. For a luxury casino is so much more than poker tables and roulette wheels; big money is spent on keeping gamblers enticed and entertained, meaning that luxury casinos so often turn into player’s playgrounds. We’ve put together a list of the most luxurious casino hotels around the world, but if you can’t afford the high price tags, you can always recreate the experience at home with www.galacasino.com and a bottle of bubbly!
Bellagio, Las Vegas
The Bellagio is famous for its impressive fountain show, but there’s so much more to the AAA Five Diamond award-winning hotel than that. The whole place is decked out in plush fabrics in rich hues, the epitome of opulence and romance. There are seven fine dining restaurants on site, as well as a spa and salon. Guests can relax in the Conservatory & Botanical Gardens, or hire out a private cabana by the pool.
Of course, in Las Vegas if one casino doesn’t tickle your fancy, there are plenty more to choose from. If the Bellagio isn’t upmarket enough, why not try the Playboy Room at The Palms? For a lofty $40,000 per night, you can swim in your own private pool suspended over The Strip, sleep on a rotating bed and enjoy your own personal butler service. If that still isn’t enough, maybe the Maserati and Ferrari dealership in the nearby Wynn Las Vegas will sate your desire for luxury.
Monte Carlo Bay, Monte Carlo
Known for being one of the most expensive destinations in the world - and the preferred holiday spot of millionaire tycoons and celebrities alike - Monte Carlo has a host of luxurious casinos. We like the sound of the Monte Carlo Bay; neo-classical architecture and stunning sea views give this casino hotel a luxurious feel, and guests can enjoy the one-of-a-kind swimming pool lagoon, complete with solarium, water features and terraces. After a hard day relaxing and gambling, they can enjoy a drink on the terrace at the Blue Gin bar, or head to one of the many restaurants including Alain Ducasse’s La Trattoria.
Atlantis Paradise Island, Bahamas
The name of this hotel says it all – this is truly a paradise on earth. Atlantis Paradise Island is the largest casino in the Caribbean, and is also home to ‘The Current’ – just one of the many rides in the waterpark; The Current is a mile long and takes 11,000m3of water. There is also a collection of marine exhibits and aquariums throughout the resort. Not only that, but Atlantis Paradise Island has hosted a variety of shows over the years, pulling in big names like Sheryl Crow, Michael Buble and Katy Perry.