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Spielbank Wiesbaden

Kurhausplatz 1, 65189 Wiesbaden, Hesse, Germany
+49 4906 11536100
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Kurhausplatz 1, 65189 Wiesbaden, Hesse, Germany
+49 4906 11536100
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

According to Emperor Wilhelm II, the neoclassizistic Kurhaus, built around 1905-1907, is the most beautiful Kurhaus of the world. Since 1949 it also hosts the "Grosses Spiel" (big game) of the Spielbank Wiesbaden. The "Kleines Spiel (small game") is located in the colonades in front...More

Thank Claudia B
Reviewed 11 April 2017 via mobile

impressive place and building construction despite the time , is not an old buliding famous casino in germany

Thank Francisco N
Reviewed 28 February 2017

The book ending shows how the cassino was already famous more than a century ago. Perhaps not easy to imagine now but in the XIX century all these 'spa' towns in Germany were the meeting point of aristocracy and crowned heads and Wiesbaden was much...More

Thank sjpo
Reviewed 9 October 2016

This is the famous casino where Dostoevsky lost all his money and therefore had to write in 26 days his Player. However, when you look at this cold and beautiful building in the neoclassical style with elements of modernity, you couldn't feel the shadows of...More

1  Thank gentbrugg
Reviewed 5 September 2016

Well, gambling in Germany is highly regulated and the "Spielbanks" are Government owned - in a high tax country like Germany, the casino wants to make sure it wins. That means e.g. the Black Jack rules are very house friendly (most of the ones players...More

1  Thank Fabian K
Reviewed 23 August 2016 via mobile

Be careful the waters sharky. Can be expensive and has a fee to enter. Don't forget your formal wear, this is not a bus terminal casino!

1  Thank gdjal
Reviewed 19 May 2016

Unfortunately the Spielbank was closed for a private party when we were their but it looked great from the outside. Men you will need a jacket to enter when you visit. We did make it to the small bar on the side that was open...More

1  Thank Donna H
Reviewed 27 April 2016

We visited the Casino just to see what it was all about. Make sure you bring your passport with you so that you can enter. You do not have to gamble to visit, but you can dine here and marvel at the interior detailing of...More

Thank Margaret B
Reviewed 20 April 2016

Lovely building set in beautiful grounds, walk through the entrance and admire the ceiling then continue through to the gorgeous park at the rear, large lake with fountain and lovely park (and public toilets, if required! Fee payable)

Thank 57FranC2015
Reviewed 28 February 2016 via mobile

This lovely piece of architecture houses a casino with a rich history, but probably best known as the place where Dostoyevsky gathered material for his novel "The Gambler". The park in front of it is often used for picnics and the fountain is especially impressive...More

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