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Where to Find the World’s Best Casinos

The Lone Star State isn’t known for flashy gambling houses, but at Casino Knights Inc. we throw festive casino parties that give people in Central Texas a taste of the Las Vegas Strip. Texas is a leader in energy production, beef and cowboy lifestyle, however other cities take the crown for having over-the-top casinos.

If you want to take a vacation to see some of the world’s best casinos, here are the cities to visit:

Las Vegas, Nevada

Let’s go ahead and state the obvious. Las Vegas is ground zero for casino culture. The city was built upon on it. It’s a neon-lit, high-rise oasis in the middle of the desert, and it was carefully planned out to be that way.

Extravagant doesn’t begin to describe the many casinos that line the Las Vegas Strip. But the history of the city also makes Las Vegas casinos special. There’s something unique about going to casinos where the Rat Pack once hung out and notorious mobsters did business.

Las Vegas is home to:

  • Bellagio Luxury Resort
  • MGM Grand Casino
  • The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino
  • Wynn
  • Rio All-Suites Hotel and Casino
  • and lots of others!

Monte Carlo, Monaco

There’s a reason Monte Carlo has been the setting of multiple James Bond movies. James Bond loves to gamble and Monte Carlo is filled with fabulously opulent casinos. It’s also the city that helped establish the modern day roulette wheel, so you know you’re sure to find tables to play at.

People have been venturing to Monte Carlo casinos for hundreds of years, and with high profile events like Formula 1 in the city, that won’t change anytime soon. Ironically, the most prominent casino, the Casino de Monte-Carlo, is only open to foreigners, not locals. Monte Carlo is so revered as a casino hot spot, Las Vegas has its own Monte Carlo Resort and Casino.

The most famous Monte Carlo casinos include:

The Casino de Monte-Carlo

Macau, China

Eight of the 10 largest casinos in the world are currently located in Macau, China. The city has been busy building epically proportioned casinos over the last decade, which has put Macau on the radar of every high roller. Rather than creating unique brands, Macau has many casinos with familiar, big names and even bigger footprints. For example, the MGM grand in Las Vegas is an impressive 171,500 square feet. The MGM Grand in Macau is a staggering 276,000 square feet.

The biggest and best casinos in Macau include:

  • The Venetian Casino Resort Macau
  • City of Dreams Casino
  • The Grand Lisboa
  • MGM Grand Macau
  • Wynn Macau
  • Casino Ponte 16

London, United Kingdom

London has a long history of establishing small gambling houses, but they still have so much to offer. If you’re looking for a place to play with the air of finery and refinement, then London casinos are just your speed. They also offer exclusivity and an intimate setting rather than boisterous, spectacular entertainment.

Well known London casinos include:

  • The Empire Casino
  • The Clermont Club

Atlantic City, New Jersey

Atlantic City may not be as elegant as London, but there’s sure to be a casino to fit anyone’s style. In terms of the number of casinos in the city, Atlantic City is one of the top contenders. Atlantic City also shares another connection with Las Vegas. It, too, is a city that was built around casinos.

Many will say that Atlantic City is past its glory days, and a few years ago several casinos did close their doors. But it remains one of the most prominent gambling destinations in the world. The Boardwalk, which has been featured in countless movies and television shows, has a party appeal that continues to attract millions of visitors each year.

Notable casinos located in Atlantic City include:

  • Borgata
  • Harrah’s
  • Golden Nugget
  • Resorts Atlantic City

Want to turn your next party or event into a memorable casino night? Casino Knights Inc. specializes in creating one-of-a-kind private events, fundraisers and corporate casino parties. We can bring the glitz and glamour of Las Vegas to any venue in Central Texas!

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