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“Casino Iguazu comparable to Las Vegas”
Review of Casino Iguazu

Casino Iguazu
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Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
Owner description: Casino Iguazu with 34 gaming tables, Roulettes, Black Jack, Baccarat, Poker and Dice, Texas Hold'Em, 200 modern slots machines with progressive prizes, video games, electronic roulette, video slot machines, traditional slot machines and 10 electric terminals of the traditional Roulette make it one of the most swinging casinos in Latin America. For more discerning guests, we offer two VIP rooms with personalized attention and absolute privacy.
Useful Information: Wheelchair access, Activities for older children, Food available for purchase, Activities for young children, Stairs / lift, Lockers / storage, Bathroom facilities
Reviewed May 5, 2017

After living in Las Vegas,We were very impressed by
this Casino.What is more important The slot machines do pay
we were able to gain $ 500.00 that did cover all our expenses
for the 3 days in Puerto Izagu

Thank bridget H
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Reviewed March 28, 2016

When you are located on the border with Brazil and have machines supposed to accept reals/brazilian currency, don't tell customers you can't change US dollars in reals and please learn some English!

Thank Catherine P
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Reviewed January 6, 2016

Well, my guess is that there are no legal requirements for payouts and it is obvious. Be careful, you can dump quite a bit of USD! Yes, I said USD. They do have a few machines that take Reals and Argentinian Pesos, but most are USD and they are not cheap and do not pay. The tables aren't much better and the staff was quite cold - almost rude. If you want to experience a casino in a different country, I guess it is ok for an hour or so, but just monitor your cash flow.

Thank VATravel36
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Reviewed February 18, 2015

As many other people wrote, the place was empty when we went there. The staff was not very friendly and didn't help us play (it was our first time at a Casino and we didn't know how to do this). We couldn't have so much fun, as we fought we would.
The place is beautiful. If going to Puerto Iguazu from Foz do Iguaçu, just enter the Casino for a visit.

Thank CaCPC
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Reviewed February 9, 2015

Very enjoyable, although not up to Buenos Aires, but much less expensive too. We thoroughly enjoyed the dancing and the stories it told, and the live music accompanying it. Venue was a small dinner theatre. Take a warm coat as the airconditioning was powerful and appeared to be trying to refrigerate us. We didn't gamble, despite the free token provided.

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