Design Inspiration from the World's Most Awe-Inspiring Casinos

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Design Inspiration from the World's Most Awe-Inspiring Casinos

Gambling isn’t all about the money you win. It’s also about the glitz and glamour that the space can give you. Brick and mortar casinos can make you feel like you’re stepping into a palace, a 5-star hotel or a James Bond movie. Las Vegas isn’t the only king of sin city; many casinos give off the feeling of opulence and splendor. From gold embroidered walkways to 50 feet tall chandeliers, these casinos will leave you breathless before you even sit down to play poker.

Casino Helsinki, Finland
Casino Helsinki is one of the few casinos that donates all of its profits to charity. The casino is housed in a historic hotel that features multiple floors for gambling and entertainment. Inside, you’ll find a vibe that’s similar to a nightclub. It’s dark and full of backlit steps, bars, chairs, and tables. A large screen with over 30 monitors plays music videos for your enjoyment. Take gambling with you back at the hotel with Casumo which features multiple online slot games that are a great pair to the ones you’ll find in Casino Helsinki.

Regency Casino Mendoza, Argentina
Located in the Park Hyatt hotel, this luxury casino and spa sits in gorgeous Argentina in a restored 19th-century Spanish colonial building. This villa setting takes you up the stairs, through large spinning doors, and into the purple lit grand hall. In the middle, there is an area for you to sip a cocktail. Once you’re done, feel free to peruse that various slot machines and table games. Unique to Mendoza is a form of roulette called punto y banca which was first introduced in the country you’re in now.

The Venetian Macao, Macau
The Venetian is nestled in a large, Venice-themed resort located in Macau, Asia. Before you step into the casino, you’re met with rows of shops that imitate northern Italy architecture. Once in the Macao, the first thing you should do is look up. You’ll see hand-painted cherubs sitting on clouds, similar to the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. To make the space more authentic, the designers added gondolas that were designed in Italy. You’ll never get bored here with the over 1,740 slot machines and 640 table games, so stay a while and have a drink.

Casino Baden-Baden, Germany
One of the best-known casinos in Germany, Baden-Baden is a luxury establishment that has a 200-year rich tradition. The building takes from classic French architecture by implementing ornate gold designs and red, dramatic walls and carpets. You’ll no doubt feel aristocratic in the Belle Epoque inspired casino. If you get the chance, check out the Oana Rosen, a sushi and steak restaurant that has a different vibe and aesthetic than the rest of the building. Still, the Oana Rosen's modern look is to be desired.

Wynn, United States of America
We can’t have a list of the most fashionable casinos without including Las Vegas. The Wynn is a premier casino/resort that caters to the wealthiest high-rollers around. Gold and flora can be seen at every inch of this casino, with large decorative fountains often being the focal point of the room. The Wynn features one of the widest varieties of slots and games in Las Vegas, as well as high-limit salons, a state-of-the-art sportsbook, poolside gambling, and poker.

The Ritz Club, United Kingdom
Posh can hardly describe the Ritz club, as it’s long history is known the world over. Found in London, England, The Ritz is a multiple back to back winner of the International Gaming Awards and is prized for its fantastic customer service and delicious restaurants. This private members club has gold embellishments, ceiling-to-floor red curtains, giant chandeliers, and priceless art. Going in for a quick peek if you’re ever in London would be quite the treat.

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