The Bellagio, Las Vegas
The Bellagio, owned by MGM Resorts International, is featured all manner of well-known films, TV shows, and music videos. It’s also shown on the big screen very often because it’s a simply stunning feat of architecture.
The most impressing thing of the Bellagio is its sprawling 14,000 square-foot garden which is updated and changed regularly by a team of expert landscape designers and horticulturalists. The casino offers several tables games including baccarat, three-card poker, and Vegas favourite – craps.
There is an interesting fact about the Bellagio is that it has no clocks on the wall. That’s to make sure players don’t keep eyes on the time and keep playing for longer. It’s one of intriguing secrets that architects use to persuade people to gamble.
The Venetian, Las Vegas
The design of stunning Venetian Casino, as the name would suggest, is inspired by the floating Italian city of Venice.
The Venetian, owned and operated by Las Vegas Sands since 1999, is absolutely huge, and really stands out in the Las Vegas landscape. Guests can take a gondola ride around the casino when circumnavigating the enormous venue to have the true feeling of Venice home. It’s also a smart move by the designers to make it much harder for guests to leave the casino with a fully-functioning gondola service. In terms of the gaming itself, the Venetian has Poker, baccarat, slots all in its huge 120,000 square foot interior.
Casino De Monte Carlo, Monaco
Despite their best efforts of imitation, the US’s casinos will never be able to recreate the beauty of the 19th-century venue Casino De Monte Carlo. Princess Caroline is the first person to have the idea of opening a dedicated casino in Monaco in an attempt to avoid financial ruin for the ailing Monegasque economy.
Casino De Monte Carlo is one of the world’s most famous gambling resorts, having featured in several James Bond’s incarnations and Ocean’s 12 to name but a few. This casino offers Texas Hold’Em Poker, roulette, blackjack, and one of the most breathtaking views across the Riviera.