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The Mind-blowing Art and Architecture of the World's Most Famous Casinos



A well-crafted casino can provide you with a memorable playing experience. Typically, casinos strive to exude sophistication and refinement, particularly in their interior design, to attract players and keep them at the tables for longer. Indeed, many casinos establish themselves as world-class through innovative architecture, attempting to entice guests before they even arrive. Here you will find breathtaking art and architecture at some of the world's most prestigious casinos.

The Bellagio – Las Vegas, USA
Opened in 1998, Bellagio resort is one of the most luxurious casinos in the world. Its architecture is heavily influenced by the Italian town of Bellagio. The design exudes luxury and refinement. Roger Thomas, a four-time award-winning architect, designed this casino.

In between the Bellagio and the strip is a large eight-acre lake, which hosts a large fountain show called the Fountains of Bellagio. Its beauty can also be seen in its unique lighting fixtures, hand-blown glass flowers, ornate decorations, exquisite rugs, and tall ceiling. Moreover, the 116,000 square foot gaming area is where you can get the finest gambling experience.

The botanical gardens, conservatory, artwork exhibition, and spectacular ballet around the fountains are some of its other impressive features.

Casino de Monte Carlo – Monte Carlo, Monaco
Built-in 1863, the Casino Carlo offers an unforgettable royal experience. It is officially named Casino de Monte-Carlo. Dedicated from the very beginning to the art of gaming, the Monte-Carlo Casino is the epitome of luxury. This magnificent building was designed by Charles Garnier, who also designed the majestic Paris Opera.

The architecture in this building has an emotional impact, from the Boucher-style frescoes to the sculptures, bas-reliefs, and caryatids displayed in the atrium, along with an astonishing gold and marble construction.

On the shores of the Mediterranean, this remarkable architectural masterpiece dominates the principality of Monaco. In addition to hosting Monte-Carlo's finest hours, the casino has produced prestigious resorts and provided an ideal setting for gaming. Casino Monte-Carlo also houses the Monte-Carlo Opera, which presents world-famous productions.

Sun City Casino Resort – South Africa
Officially opened in 1979, Sun City Casino is another deluxe casino best for those who try putting it all on red. The opulent furnishings, incredible architecture, and delicious cuisine make Sun City the ultimate millionaire's playground.

Besides the original Sun City Resort, it features three themed sub resorts, Cabanas, Cascades, and The Palace of Lost City. Furthermore, Sun City features two international-standard golf courses and a vacation club.

Sun City Casino offers a legendary luxurious ambience and glitz. At Sun City Casino, modern technology and exciting games are combined to create a spectacle that provides thrills every minute for experienced players and first-time visitors alike.

The Venetian – Macau, China
Las Vegas Sands of America owns Venetian Macau. Architecturally, it is among the most impressive in the world. It is the second-largest casino globally, and the building has the seventh-largest floor area in the world.

The architectural style is heavily influenced by Venice, including canals and gondolas. Even though it lacks the charm original Italy has to offer, those seeking contemporary elegance will find it more than satisfactory here.

It consists of 39 floors with 10,500,000 square feet of floor area on Macau's Cotai Strip. A total of four themed gaming arenas are available, namely Imperial House, Golden Fish, Phoenix, and Red Dragon. With almost 550,000 square feet of gaming space, the casino has over 3,400 slot machines, including Platipus slots, and over 800 tables.

Conclusion
We've added the list of some inspiring art and architecture of the world's most famous casinos where you can seek the feeling of royalty, luxury, and joy. Find one that appeals to you and make a plan to visit it on your next vacation.










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