Las Vegas, known as the world gambling capital, immediately comes to mind when discussing casinos and luxury. This opulent metropolis positioned majestically amidst Mojave Desert is recognized for its casinos.
But this is not the only casino offering luxurious experiences; there are other top-tier casinos around the world which provide an immersive luxury experience.
At almost one million square feet, The Venetian Macao is one of the crown jewels of Cotai Strip. Guests can indulge in unparalleled luxury in one of its 3,000 luxuriously appointed suites featuring canopied beds and two LCD TVs – not forgetting various retail shops and restaurants, such as Grand Canal Shoppes!
The Venetian is best-known for its casino, the world’s largest. Although more kitschy than its Las Vegas counterpart, The Venetian remains a must-see destination for serious gamblers.
Other fun activities include riding the gondolas at Grand Canal Shoppes or sampling one of the hotel’s 30 elegant dining options. Football fans should make time to experience The Manchester United Experience; its cookie jars and teapots emblazoned with its logo provide plenty of nostalgic memorabilia from Old Trafford.
Marina Bay Sands
Moshe Safdie designed the Marina Bay Sands after drawing inspiration from card decks for this architectural feat. Boasting three hotel towers, a mall, and an observation deck across its top, this integrated resort was the most costly standalone project ever completed. Instagram even named its iconic infinity pool the most popular hotel pool of 2017.
Visitors to this hotel can experience world-class cuisine from celebrity chefs like Gordon Ramsay, Justin Quek, and Wolfgang Puck, in addition to full-service spa amenities and an onsite casino.
The Marina Bay Sands also houses a mall featuring luxury retailers and an assortment of dining options, the Shoppes at Marina Bay is the ideal spot for shoppers, with their purchases earning Sands Rewards points for each purchase made here. Indulge in some relaxation at either its spa or rooftop pool before experiencing some entertainment through events like the Spectra Light & Water Show at this resort hotel.
If you’re an experienced luxury traveler, Bellagio should be on your itinerary. A massive hotel-casino offering top restaurants, bars, show venues and botanical gardens all under one roof! Additionally, two wedding chapels and spa services can also be found here, in addition to round-the-clock room service and unparalleled customer care.
The lobby and conservatory at this iconic Las Vegas hotel are an Instagrammer’s paradise, boasting thousands of hand-blown glass flowers created by artist Dale Chihuly and surrounding greenery crafted out of glass spheres by Dale himself. However, be warned of being exposed to loud and busy environments!
Le Cirque, Picasso and Lago provide fine dining options with views of the Fountains of Bellagio; all are not cheap but many visitors to Vegas come specifically to spend money! Additionally there are numerous bars and casual places as well as the Five Diamond World Poker Tournament and Legends Room that provide even more playing opportunities – making this casino not as large but still an excellent spot.
Hotel de Paris
Hotel de Paris stands opposite Monte Carlo Casino as an extravagant white swan with Belle Epoque columns and spires as well as statuettes of nubile nymphs, making it a favorite spot of high society and artists such as Diaghilev and Lifar, who helped shape memorable moments in Ballets Russes de Monte-Carlo performances.
Hotel guests at this Leading Hotels of the World-affiliated property can take advantage of complimentary area shuttles and airport transfers (with an additional fee), in addition to an on-site spa offering a variety of treatments and relaxation amenities. Rooms and suites boast hardwood floors, gilded fixtures and marble bathrooms featuring separate soaking tubs for their stay.
Hotel Louis XV- Alain Ducasse at L’Hotel de Paris and other restaurants feature in its amenities, while guests receive passes granting free or discounted entry into properties owned by Monte-Carlo Societe des Bains de Mer. Le Bar Americain serves up cocktails while jazz, rock and blues music fill the air – perfect for sipping.