6 Top Casino Destinations Besides Las Vegas

Casino resorts are among the world's most elaborately developed destinations, offering fantastic entertainment, dining, and shopping in addition gambling that most serious gaming enthusiasts dream  about. Picture yourself in a stylish casino that offers personalized service, with delightful cocktail waiters at your disposal for top-shelf drinks, tasty bites, and all the Cubans you can puff on all night. Every great gambler knows that the casino environment plays an integral role in generating a favorable gambling edge. If you desire a relaxing escapade abroad but do not know exactly where to go, this guide will open your eyes to the most all-rounded destinations to travel to.

Marina Bay Sands, Singapore


A huge, breathtaking, three-tower complex with a destinctive card-deck silhouette, the Marina Bay Sands spares no cost in offering its visitors world-class comfort. It also boasts designers shops, glamorous bars, an rooftop infinity pool rated as the world's largest, and other attractions including a state-of-the-art theater, artificial canal, an ice rink, and even an amazing museum called ArtScience, "where art meets science."

Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore


Another Asian extravaganza built on nearly two-square-mile Sentosa Island, where a 2,400-slot-machine casino is supplemented by beaches and a historic fort as well as bells and whistles like a water park, an aquarium, Universal Studios theme park, yacht cruises, and adventure activities like ziplining and bungy jumping.


The Venetian, Macao


A Portuguese colony till 21 years ago, Macao draws many visitors with its Portugal-meets-China culture, especially its architecture and cuisine. But as the Las Vegas of Asia, it draws vastly more to its mix of old-fashioned and glitzy cutting-edge casinos. Perhaps its best known, the Venetian is the world's biggest, with 10 million square feet hosting 3,000 visitors per day. Along with a huge assortment of dining, shopping, and entertainment options, standouts on the premises include a recreated Venetian-style canal and gondolas and a sports arean
which can hold over 15,000 fans.


Monte Carlo, Monaco


Right next to Nice and the French Riviera, the principality of Monaco is famously home to the Monte Carlo Casino, founded in the late 1850s. All the big names in professional gambling over generations  have made their mark in this beautiful city-state (though interestingly, Monaco citizens themselves are not allowed in, hmmm), and in addition to attracting some of the world's richest plutocrats, celebrity spottings are not unlikely. A real one-of-a-kind destination for gamblers and tourists alike!
 

Hideaway at Royalton Riviera Cancún, Mexico


Southern Mexico's premier holiday island and the Riviera Maya to its south aren't known for gaming, but this adults-only, all-inclusive complex in Puerto Morelos 45 minutes south of Cancún International Airport features a stunningly glitzy Casino del Mar, where gamblers get a free $50 casino play welcome bonus. The resort offers a cavalcade of upscale amenities, including two pools; ten gourmet restaurants from Mexican to Greek to Japanese; a whopping 17 bars (indulge yourself in an elaborate tequila tasting); and a luxurious spa with hydrotherapy circuit and and extensive menu of treatments (you can also get treatments such as massages and
aromatherapy right in the comfort of your room).  

Desert Cave Hotel, Australia


Beyond any doubt the world’s most interesting and unique gambling destination is located in an coal- mining town in the Outback called Coober Pedy. A number of former mines now house underground restaurants and lodgings, including this one, with above-ground but also underground rooms as well as a complex with swimming pools, a gym, fancy restaurants, a spa, shopping outlets, and a luxury casino. This one ought to be in every gambler’s bucket list.


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