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4 of the world’s best high-roller casinos for 2020 (when they reopen)

By LLM Reporters on 21st March 2020

If visiting casinos are your most favoured form of entertainment then you’ve, no doubt, had the chance to visit quite a few and enjoy the fruits of what is on offer. With the need to continue evolving due to tough competition and offer high rollers a greater experience each time they visit, casinos are really pushing the boat out for their guests.

No longer a selection of slot machines and gambling tables, there are exclusive high stakes rooms and rewards for the serious gambler, fine dining restaurants to take a break from betting in, private bars in which to sip on a sophisticated cocktail and high-end hotels in which to luxuriate in before returning for more action the next day.

Though online gambling is proving to be a popular and accessible form of entertainment for those who like a flutter, nothing quite beats the entire experience of what land-based casinos give to their guests. As pointed out by Lioncasinos it is very difficult to be handed a luxurious cocktail while playing your hand on your sofa at home and nothing quite beats getting dressed up for the occasion and looking your opponent in the eye.

In light of this we take a look at some of the world’s most exclusive casinos and what they offer their guests that you simply can’t take pleasure in online.

Wynn, Las Vegas

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The epicentre of glamorous gambling, Las Vegas is brimming with casinos within luxurious hotels, which also hold huge entertainment venues, Michelin-starred restaurants and high-end shops. Offering the full experience, these hotels are constantly redeveloping to ensure they are the best of the best and this is true when it comes to offering an exclusive experience for their more discerning guests too.

With one of the largest casinos at almost 200,000sq ft of gaming area, expect invitations to VIP events and other benefits. High limit tables go up to $10,000 on double deck blackjack tables and, for serious gamers, expect to gamble between $10,000 and $50,000 a night. If you book a suite you can take advantage of a private gambling experience by playing on a high roller table in the suite with experienced dealers, and you will also benefit from late room makeups. You can also take advantage of Wynn Sky Casino on the 63rd floor, you’ll need to book a private room and start with $300,000 in your pocket.

The Ritz Club, London

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Head across the pond to The Ritz Club where exclusivity and opulence shine through. Set in the five-star Ritz Hotel on London’s famous Piccadilly, this private members’ club offers membership at £1,000. Once your membership is approved you can turn up in one of the club’s limousines and make use of the tables in the hotel’s former ballroom, which oozes glamour and resplendence. Play American roulette, blackjack, punto banco, and three card poker 24 hours a day, seven days a week and expect a very high level of personal service along with fine food and drinks to enjoy too.

Wynn, Macau

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Macau is often referred to as the Monte Carlo of the east and it’s not difficult to see why. Surpassing Vegas as the number one gambling destination, with over 40 casinos, Macau offers a range of super-luxe hotels and resorts that the discerning gambler will love. It’s a Wynn resort again, and the Macau version may not be as large as it’s counterparts, but it is certainly the place to go for high rollers. With expensive interiors and tables with minimum bets as well as a swanky and exclusive high roller’s room, 350 table games, over 1,000 slots and a rather grand entrance with Sky Cabs, Wynn is the place to go. Dine in one of the many glorious restaurants, grab a luxury suite and shop in some of the finest boutiques too before heading back for another spot of gambling fun.

Casino de Monte-Carlo, Monaco

The home of traditional gambling, Monte Carlo mixes its southern French charm with distinguished settings for a night at the table. Casino de Monte-Carlo is one of the world’s first major casinos and offers its guests palatial settings, plush interiors, exclusive French games, private rooms and a loyalty program as well as a grand bar and gourmet cuisine within its restaurants. You can also head to one of the gala evenings that take place at the casino, which offer diners various experiences such as dining in the dark and live entertainment.

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