What are the grandest casinos in the world?

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What are the grandest casinos in the world?

Physical casino establishments are known around the world to be amongst some of the most impressive architectural structures to have ever existed.

Indeed, they feature some truly magnificent and remarkable features and furnishings that help to provide visitors with a unique experience and pool of emotions, such as those that can be associated with grandeur and classiness.

Whilst there will be many casino players who prefer the online casino bonus that can be found with many of the online casinos around, there is still a reason to visit a physical establishment, even if it were not to have a go at the games and slot machines that are available.

1. WinStar World Casino - Oklahoma

Whilst many may not associate Oklahoma as a place to go and visit outside of the state, it is the home to one of the biggest and world’s best casinos. The WinStar World Casino and Resort is owned and operated by the Chicksaw Nation, and provides some of the best casino experiences around.

There are hundreds of different games on offer, with a space of 370,000 square feet available, whilst the casino boasts a number of amenities and extras, whilst the design simply makes it one of the grandest around the world on a consistent basis.

2. Bellagio - Las Vegas

Perhaps one of the world’s most famous casinos, the Bellagio Las Vegas casino in Nevada is instantly recognised as one of the grandest around the world. Those who visit it - or even those who have not been able to yet - will instantly recognise the impressive water features that are located outside the front entrance on the Las Vegas strip, whilst the building just radiates grandeur.

With 116,000 square feet of gaming space available for thousands of different games to be played, the Bellagio is one of the most profitable physical casinos in the world, whilst the interior design is of an impeccable nature that instantly provides players with a sense of wealth and class.

3. MGM Grand - Las Vegas

A little further down the Las Vegas strip, casino enthusiasts will be able to the highly impressive MGM Grand Vegas Casino that is world-renowned. The casino has played host to a number of huge sporting contests such as classic boxing and MMA/UFC matches, whilst it has also featured in many blockbuster films.

Depending on the route taken into Las Vegas, the MGM Grand could be one of the first places seen when driving into the city and it immediately gives of an impressive vibe. There is 171,500 square feet of gaming space available, thus making it one of the biggest buildings in the state, whilst there are a number of nightclubs, restaurants and shops that can all be visited.

4. Venetian Casino - Macau

Anyone who is impressed by how a casino can look from the outside will instantly know that Macau’s The Venetian Casino is one of the most stunning pieces of architecture that has ever been seen and built.

Whilst the bright lights can be seen from afar - which is helped by the fact that the casino is the biggest in the world - The Venetian has been designed in a rather modern design that radiates grandeur and luminous colours that can not be ignored.

550,000 square feet of gaming space has been provided, whilst there are over 3,000 hotel rooms that make this casino one of the grandest in the world.

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