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  • Well when in Rome...I mean Monaco, you have to visit the Casino. It is quite impressive on the the outside and the location oozes the high life. When you go in, it is beautiful. However don't forget b...  more »
  • You can't beat the old world elegance of this casino, the timeless beauty of the decorations and furniture. As a casino it's average compared to Caesars Palace and other casinos in Las Vegas or even P...  more »
  • We were traveling in the Nice area of France and were so close to Monaco, we decided to check it out. The city of Monte Carlo, built into the hillside is difficult to navigate. We finally found the Ca...  more »
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  • Nice decor, not much going inside, very small. Low stakes and only a few tables (maybe 30 euros to play blackjack) and digital slots (10 cents to 1 euro mostly) with a few video playing card machines that you can bet higher at. Looks like any serious gambling is reserved for members in the back. Need ID to enter and not for casual dressed after 6pm (no tennis shoes/sneakers). 18 and over after 6pm. Not sure how they are profitable given their penchant for refusing higher stake gambling to foreigners/visitors. Overall the most boring casino I've ever been too, though great decor and well maintained. I could not play the 2 euro slots without a loyalty card that I had no idea how to obtain. In general I'd skip unless you are into exotic cars which plenty are parked outside. It's unfortunate, this could be a great casino with a little more awareness that good money comes in all dress codes and passports.
  • Nice casino. Be careful of the dress code if you are going at night. Nice bars but price is according to the atmosphere.
  • A grand and rich decor from inside. Collection of some of the best cars in the world around the Casino. A great setting and a fabulous Casino that will always remind you of James Bond
  • I had a great time here even though I don't gamble! The entry fee is 10€ and it is well worth it for the novelty. If you ask for it they will give you an informative brochure about the casino's history etc. You are allowed to take pictures of the casino outside and inside (not in the playing rooms). You are also allowed to use their toilet facilities even if you don't pay the entry fee - a handy tip if you can't find one available in Monaco! The minimum table bets are 25€ and you need to pay extra to get into other rooms. I settled for having the "James Bond" cocktails (16€ each). My friend and I asked the server if we were allowed to take pictures inside and he wasn't sure so he asked his manager. The manager gave the all clear and now I have "prohibited" pictures inside the casino!
  • The inside building is very beautiful, worth to visit. Entrance ticket in summer is expensive (17€), although you get it discounted if spending more than 30€ in the bar or restaurant. The casino itself is small: 129 slot machines in two spaces, 4 table cards and 4 roulettes (in the main room). To play in two of the roulettes it was necessary to buy 500€ in chips. Minimum bet 5€.