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Idéalement situé entre le port de pêche et la Reine des plages, la superbe façade de 25 mètres de hauteur du Palais des Jeux attire votre regard. Passez sous la délicate marquise de l’entrée et découvrez de grands volumes soulignés par des moulures...more
We were not allowed to get into the casino because we had our residency cards from the Republic of Mauritius where we usually live. They were not deemed as appropriate identity papers. I thought that was insulting for us but even more insulting for the...More
Impressive, in a sort of Bucharestian way, building and a shade less seady than your usual European casinos. It's essentially all slot machines with an additional three or four roulette tables tucked away in a corner. Take your passport.
Must produce a passport to get in and pay a minimum of E20 Lots of electronic gaming machines and no explanation. Sad sight of people just pressing a button over and over again. Tried asking a person who spoke English and he said it was...More
I actually did not get into the casino.
Was not permitted as I did not have my passport in hand. They would no accept my passport I had in my dock-scan on my phone. Or my photo drives license.
From the desk it did not...More
The Casino is attached to the cures marines hotel that we enjoyed, and there is a very comfortable parking with very good security
The casino is a "vacation style" - I prefer it sinceI do not gamble often