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Casino of Monte-Carlo

Place Du Casino, Monte-Carlo 98000, Monaco
+377 92 16 20 00
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This opulently decorated marble and bronze casino has all the glitz and glamour that has made this city famous.
  • Excellent46%
  • Very good30%
  • Average16%
  • Poor5%
  • Terrible3%
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Place Du Casino, Monte-Carlo 98000, Monaco
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Reviewed yesterday

Elegant Beaux-Arts building which is the "temple" of gambling. Famous people have passed through its doors and huge amounts have been changed pockets in bets on roulette tables. The building inside is fabulous and also its location is magnificent. The casino served as a filming...More

Thank KaterinaBouza
Reviewed yesterday

We didn't find anything special about this place. Sure, it is expensive, but you don't really get anything for it. It is a normal casino (albeit decorations are a bit grand). The service is mediocre. We wanted to enter the private area, and were first...More

Thank Batsman81
Reviewed 2 days ago

If you are in Monte Carlo you have to stop here. The space is just beautiful and not to mention it sure is fun. Be sure to be dressed appropriately and have your passport.

Thank Kate40528
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Beautiful Casino. Dress code (available online). Entrance fee €15. Minimum €100 cash buy in and minimum €5 bet on roulette tables. We stayed at the Hermitage so benefited from free entry to the Casino. 2 restaurants: One formal dining, the other is less formal and...More

Thank JulesMc68
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

So the place is magnificent and it's one of those places "you've got to go to" but when inside minimum spend is €100 and waiters are dreadful!! Is cool being inside but unless you're willing to spend a lot of money, don't expect to have...More

Thank IainM23
Reviewed 6 days ago

Arrived Monaco by a short train ride from Nice. We decided to walk uphill till we reached the casino. There's also a bus service if you do not wish to walk. Once inside the casino, there's a photo area with the casino words as the...More

Thank Ptrcks
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I've never been to a casino that charged an entry fee and if you an energy when you walked in it will be sapped out of you within minutes. Very lovely place to visit but if you're there to gamble and have a good time...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

For those of us in US, that will be quite unusual, that you can not go inside the casino unless you pay a fee. But if you do not want to gamble, the lobby of the casino is also beautiful.

Thank VB0901
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Monte Carlo Casino is world famous so is certainly worth the effort of getting inside. Please wear appropriate attire - smart casual is a minimum with proper shoes etc. and bring ID. The cost of entrance, about 17 euro per person is deducted from any...More

Thank Meredith W
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

If you're in Monaco, you should at least just stop in and walk through the lobby. There is nothing amazing about this place, but at least you can say you went. Also, if you're into cars, there is always a really expensive out in the...More

Thank Tanya B
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Roy S
What is the best way to deposit stake money? to avoid a bad exchange rate etc
9 April 2017|
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Response from Oneleggy | Reviewed this property |
Sorry I really don't know. However the staff at the Casio spoke great English and were really helpful.
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pkrehman56
We will be cruising to Cannes, on Friday, May 26, and would like to take the train to Monaco in hopes of visiting the Monte-Carlo Casino. I believe Grand Prix events will be taking place that day. We will need to be back on the ship no later than 5:30 PM. Can anyone tell me if the casino will be open on Friday, May 26th, and will it be worth our while (with everyone coming for the race) to come into Monaco at all? Thanks, Kim
3 April 2017|
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Response from kamul | Reviewed this property |
The casino is open in the day, if you are there you must go. It's spectacular.
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Claaz53
I see that the Casino de Monte-Carlo is open for tours in the morning. However, do they provide guided tours, or is it just entry and we browse on our own? Thanks.
14 January 2017|
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Response from Thomas K | Reviewed this property |
The visit is for adults over 18, you need a valid ID/Passport and its not a guided tour. There are travel operators which offer this service but I think you can very well view the site without a guide. It is however much... More
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