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Lisboa Casino, Macau

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Play a few games at one of Macau's most famous casinos, Lisboa Casino, a venue known for its lavish decorations and extensive gaming facilities. When you enter, remember to look up at the lobby's ceiling to see the Portuguese-style painting of a boat facing down a storm. The casino offers both Chinese and Western game tables, including roulette and blackjack, and slot machines. If you have extra money to spend, ask for a VIP room for private gaming. The attraction also offers fitness centers, shopping outlets, a sauna, massage rooms, and more on site. To visit Lisboa Casino and other attractions in Macau, use our Macau vacation builder.
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  • July 26, 2017
    What used to be complicity Casino by. The casino entrance and stairwell, art still have special feeling. But spurned the old from the new Casino area compared unfavorably, but its presence is alive and well. It might be is not a casino game and want to play here is good in it. This well-established Casino goodness come alive, because as opposed to next to the new Grand Lisboa.
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  • July 21, 2017
    The Casino once a high-flying in the scale. Contrast with the new mega-Casino to symbolize Macau S.A.R. of old and new. And maintained the building, from the ground floor upstairs, jade great works of art are exhibited in and is not to be missed. Places to visit in order to enjoy the casino more than the old days feel.
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  • July 19, 2017
    Compared with the new casino at spurned antiquity, are not that great. Each location such as baccarat or Roulette is made of granule, that whole confusing. But I had stayed at the hotel, went to the middle of the night real 24-hour Street sales and it was fun in it. Talked about their giant hot springs in Japan, a similar thought.
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  • February 5, 2017
    Compared to the new casinos in Macau, they can't compete. It's not only that the interior is tired and the variety of games not that big, they lost their "Mojo". The staff is not particularly friendly, the drinks mediocre and the location without style. However it's our opinion, but we like the new ones like the Venetian much more.
  • December 29, 2016
    Wish I could give less than 1 star. Read this saga before you consider this place. Caught their shuttle bus from the ferry to the casino, as we had 6 hours to waste before we could get on a ferry back to Hong Kong. The bus was worse than most we'd been on in Cambodia and Vietnam! It dropped us off at the casino underground. It's an absolutely atrocious place, old and run down, the carpets are old, electrical wires sticking out of the ground with some traffic cones around it. We went to leave our bags in the cloak room and the lady not only opened our bag, but poked around in it with a stick and pulled out my phone, sun glasses, water and 3DS, made us take the phone and DS out of their cases and everything, then we weren't allowed to leave the water, phone or sunglasses(?!) in the backpack and had to carry them around with us. Then later when we went to pick up our bags and go back to the ferry, when we went to exit and get on the bus we were told we needed to get a ticket (for a free shuttle bus mind) from the 4th floor (we were below ground) where there was no elevator and only escalators distanced far apart. Keeping in mind we had got on several free shuttle buses from other hotels /casinos that were much nicer, larger and had free Wi-Fi on board and they didn't require a ticket or even proof of staying at that hotel or casino. We had our bags and I was going to stay while my boyfriend went on his own to find the tickets, but then they said it was fine to take our bags into the casino... What?! So the ordeal with the cloak room makes literally no sense now. Angry, we trudged up to the 4th floor, got the ticket, returned to get on the bus, which took around 10-15 minutes, by which time we'd missed the bus we could have caught, then as the man at the door collected the tickets from us, only then does he say the bus wasn't coming for another 20 minutes, but we weren't allowed back inside then, so we waited for 20 minutes outside in the cold which is the time I used to write this scathing review. Do not waste your time or money at this pathetic place, we are outraged at how absurd it was.
  • March 7, 2017
    Unlike other new casino, this giant pineapple provides you nothing more than all kinds of gambling 24/7. There's nothing much else to do here besides that.
  • April 10, 2016
    The Lisboa casino is across the street of the iconic Macau landmark, the Grand Lisboa casino. It looks like a miniature to it. Both of them represent the old 80's era casinos, just like the Vegas Fremont St.ones.
  • January 17, 2017
    Outstanding design, a lot tourist here too!

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