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5 gorgeous casinos that feel like art

From London to Macau, here are some of the casinos for art connoisseurs.

Even though the name brick-and-mortar casinos does not sound particularly beautiful, there are many casinos that prove the opposite. Many people choose to play for entertainment, but if you are a bit of an aesthete, there are casinos all around the world that will satisfy your needs. Some of them are more well-known, while some of them are gems waiting to be found.

The Ritz Club in London

If there is a place to catch a celebrity, it is the Ritz Club in London which has hosted celebrities like Al Pacino, Johnny Depp, as well as former US president Bill Clinton. This highly famous casino opened in 1998 and is a part of the luxurious Ritz-Carlton chain

The hotel is the epitome of elegance and in such a big fashion, that the word ‘ritzy’ is used to describe something fancy. Therefore, the conditions here are a bit different, as it costs a fee to enter, and the minimum bets in the games are very high.

Caesar Atlantic City Hotel and Casino in New Jersey

Atlantic City is a spectacular casino mecca and a testament to all of the top rated new casinos in New Jersey worth checking out. The city is well-known for its boardwalk where the Caesar Atlantic City Hotel and Casino are located. With a breathtaking view of the ocean, the hotel offers luxurious rooms and suites. 

The casino is a symbol of Roman-inspired architecture hence the name Caesar, and walking around the casino is almost like an exhibition in itself. After having enjoyed playing and taking in the beautiful sights, you can enjoy an indulgent meal at one of the excellent restaurants located at the resort.

The Venetian Hotel in Macau

Macau was once a Portuguese colony. Today, it is mostly known as the “Monte Carlo of the Orient” also depicted in art pieces like this one called ‘One Night in Macau’. The Venetian Macao is one of the largest casinos in the world with an impressive 550,000 square foot gambling area. As the name reveals, the casino is highly inspired by Venetian architecture, as three canal districts run through the hotel. 

Worth mentioning is also the Rialto Bridge as well as the interior designs which reflect the true Venice style. A true example of a luxury hotel, The Venetian Macao is home to many art connoisseurs and bonvivants every year.

Casino at Monte Carlo Resort in Monaco

This resort located on the island of Larvotto seeps in luxury. Not only will you find a swimming pool, a spa, and nice restaurants, the unique architecture, and design of the resort are what lead many tourists every year. Designed by architect Josep Lluis Sert and inaugurated in 1931, this resort has been featured in many movies because of its location, as it lies on a mountaintop.

Casino Baden-Baden in Germany

An old-school casino ambiance is to be experienced at the Casino Baden-Baden in the south of Germany. Designed in the style of the Belle Epoque, you can play roulette and blackjack in beautiful surroundings. The casino is decorated after royal French palaces. So if you wish to play in what feels like the Versailles palace, this is the place to be.



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