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We was here in July when it's hot. Here you can see the opulence of the magnates through their cars in the car park, many tourists who admire their cars, many luxury shops around and so on. It's good to see how lives some peoples....More
I had never visited a casino before and was never really a big fan of the idea.
I was, however, intrigued during my visit to Monaco in April 2017 by the fact that this same casino had greatly contributed to the welfare of a Principality...More
I didn't really go inside as I am not a fan of casinos anyway but I am amazed of how it looked like even just outside of it. The surrounding areas are also amazing. Maybe because it's Christmas time as well so there were lots...More
I understand that they don't want tourists to ruin the upscale snobbishness and environment of the privileged few but really charging 12 euros just to see the interior? No thanks, I'll take my business elsewhere. To pay you must be appropriately dressed and the fee...More
To all those tourists thinking of visiting in November 2018 to January 2019, three words for you; do not bother.
My husband and I visited last week with much anticipated excitement. We tipped the cloak room and bought our entry ticket, €17 each.
The casino was quiet the evening my wife and I visited. The walk from the entrance to the table games area was surreal. Beautiful frescos and ornate carpentry/decoration was amazing! We also won some money and had a great time. Dealers were patient with a...More
We paid a short visit to people watch and how others gamble without a care in the world.
The Casino is very opulent and extravagant but watching punters drop thousands of euros worth of chips on the roulette table was a sight to behold.
Just like the movies including you need to dress up. Not too many in tuxes though. Nice place to gamble if you are into that and a pretty place. Very different then Las Vegas. Interestingly you need to bring your passports as citizens of Monaco...More
That’s a very famous casino! If you visit it for cultural purposes only you will not see much. There’s a construction fancies inside, the repair isn’t finished yet.
So, use 10€ of the 17€ entrance fee to play. I have seen how easy it to...More
Response from HikerNova | Reviewed this property |
You should stay at one of the main hotels. Hotel metropole and hotel du Paris have an inside to the casino. If you stay with them, you will immediately get invited to the high roller tables. Moreover, they can act as your... More
You should stay at one of the main hotels. Hotel metropole and hotel du Paris have an inside to the casino. If you stay with them, you will immediately get invited to the high roller tables. Moreover, they can act as your bank so u will only need to wire the money to your hotel. Is faster and safer. They r used to private parties... they get a lot of players from Asia and the middle east. Trust me... these hotels will take care of everything for u.... and they r awesome... specially the Metropole.