Full House – Some of the best Casino resorts in the World

We all know that casinos are unreal. They have some of the finest chefs in the world opening shop have entertainment unrivalled by any other establishment in the world. However, there are a lot of casinos out there, some are fantastic and some are nothing more than ordinary. So if you have made enough money from online casinos and want to try your hand at land-based casinos here are some of the best.

Foxwoods Resort Casino, USA

The second largest casino resort in America is surprisingly not found in Las Vegas but in sleepy Connecticut. Surrounded by greenery the Foxwoods is actually a fantastic place to relax for all ages. If you wanted to go and gamble you can play at one of the 380+ gaming tables spread across six casinos.

While you’re playing your children can keep themselves amused in the two-story arcade. Besides gambling, there are two championship golf courses, a bowling alley, comedy clubs, nightclubs, and numerous spas. The Foxwoods has everything that any gambler could want as well as being able to saturate the demands of families.
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

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This Singaporean casino is an architectural triumph, which considering it cost $5.7billion (a world record) to build you’d expect. The resort has revolutionised the Singapore skyline and is every bit impressive inside as it is outside. Canals run through the building, which also houses some of the best restaurants on the planet, a museum, and is littered with fine arts adorning the walls. The hotel’s magnum opus has to be the SkyPark. Located 55-stories high it gives you unprecedented views and a dip in the 150m infinity pool certainly is an exhilarating experience and a memory that will last a lifetime.

Sun City, South Africa

To call Sun City a casino would be a gross injustice. Granted it has two huge casinos, one of which is the home to the infamous Salon Prive, a high-stake venue. But it also has a water-park, four hotels, two golf courses, an elephant encounter and is located next to the Pilanesberg Game Reserve, meaning you can even safari. If you like your golf there are two Arnold Palmer designed courses, one of which contains 38 crocodiles in the water feature on the 13th hole, so aim for the fairway. Like its name suggests, Sun City is much more of a city than a casino, and it is an insane city at that!

Monte Carlo Casino, Monaco

No casino is steeped in as much history as Monte Carlo. Located in Monaco, the playground of the rich and famous, the Monte Carlo has been attracting A-List celebrities since opening in 1864. Unlike other casino hotels Monte Carlo is naturally opulent, it is a reserved beauty unlike the in-your-face style casinos we have grown accustomed to.

Being in Monaco means that you have a lot to go and explore, most notably the marina, which not only houses boats the size of office blocks but it also gives you a genuine of bumping into very famous faces. As for gastronomy, the hotel has the legendary Alain Ducasse, one of the best chefs to ever grace the earth, whose Le Louis XV restaurant holds three Michelin stars – the most a restaurant can receive.

Your are also not too far away from the beautiful Saint-Tropez, one of the finest areas of beach in the world and another haunt of the rich and famous (Elton John is one of many who owns a property there), sadly due to French gambling regulations you cannot gamble there but there is CasinoTropez.com online, which takes inspiration from St-Tropez so you can get you can get a sense of the glitz of Tropez despite the French’s dated laws. Monte Carlo Casino, and Monaco as a whole, is a place like no other in the world.

Casino resorts offer luxury, decadence, entertainment and not just gambling. The gambling is brilliant but, more often than not, it doesn’t take centre stage, so do not be perturbed by the gambling element. These are just four of the best resorts in the world but there are loads out there, all of which are reasonably priced.

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