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The 10 Most Exotic Casinos Across the Globe
Shane Addinall posted a post in BlogIf you’re getting ready to take a trip somewhere exciting, then you won’t want to miss your chance to experience what we have listed below. We’ve combined the most exotic locations with the best gambling action across the globe. With each of these must-visit spots, you can enjoy various destination-based activities along with the hottest casino gaming action. Take a look at our travel guide to 10 of the best gambling venues in the world. ➀ Monaco If there is an idyllic country to visit, it’s Monaco. It has amazing viewpoints, magical sunsets and great beaches. Depending on what time of year you go, you might also get to catch the streets turn into a racetrack. On top of it all, the second smallest country in the world comes with great gambling entertainment. For gambling action, you can head over to Monte Carlo where there are multiple exciting casinos to choose from of which Casino De Monte Carlo is the best. About Casino de Monte Carlo: Size: 108,000 sq/ft Games: 56 table games, 140 slot machines Accommodation: Linked to the Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo To-do: Fine dining, beach clubs, nightlife entertainment and more Casino de Monte Carlo is a beautiful casino that has been around for decades. The casino is not just a favourite among visitors but has also been featured in popular films including Casino Royale and several other James Bond films. ➁ Las Vegas There’s one place you can automatically put on your bucket list if you’re looking for the ultimate gaming experience. That is indeed Sin City, we’re talking Las Vegas where anything can happen. Las Vegas has plenty to offer in terms of activities, daily entertainment and a whole strip of high-quality casinos. And one casino that remains a must-visit when in Las Vegas is Caesar’s Palace. About Caesar’s Palace: Size: 166,000 sq/ft Games: 169 table games, 1324 slot machines and 16 poker tables Accommodation: Luxurious rooms available To-do: Cocktails in the garden, luxurious spa, retail shopping and more This iconic casino is a Las Vegas trademark and is at the heart of the Las Vegas strip. It puts you in the middle of the action and allows you to indulge in the best gambling action, while also giving you the opportunity to indulge in luxurious spa treatments, cocktail excursions and fine dining. ➂ The Bahamas The name says it all, if you’re in need of a holiday at the beach with minimal clothing, beautiful beaches and quality resort entertainment then it’s time to book your flights to the Bahamas. During your time in the Bahamas, you can indulge by visiting the Atlantis Resort. About the Atlantis Resort: Size: 100,000 sq/ft Games: 90 table games, 1,000 slot games, 1 poker game Accommodation: Pricey hotel suites To-do: Fine dining, water excursions including snorkel and scuba The Atlantis Resort is one of the most famous and largest casinos in the Caribbean. The casino has everything a casino player can dream of. On top of that, you’ll get to relax and take frequent breaks while enjoying the calming beaches and breath-taking views of the Caribbean. ➃ South Africa South Africa is home to more than just beautiful wildlife and nature parks, in this country, you’ll get to enjoy rich cultures, history and get your fix of exciting gambling excursions. South Africa is that hidden gem that has something for everyone, making it an ideal location to bring the entire family. If you’re keen to gamble then you’ll definitely benefit from taking a trip to Sun City Casino Resort. About Sun City Casino Resort: Size: 125,000 sq/ft Games: 33 table games, 852 slot games Accommodation: Multiple hotels To-do: Water park adventures, cinema excursions, arcades and more Sun City gives that Las Vegas feeling but with a twist, it is located in the middle of the bush. A real South African experience where you can enjoy quality gaming entertainment. If you’re looking for proper relaxation, then this is a must-visit resort. And you have the benefit of visiting nearby spots, restaurants and sights for more South African beauty. ➄ Macau Macau is easily one of the most popular travelling destinations for various reasons. Not only is it a beautiful space to visit but it is also home to a great number of amazing casinos. One of which includes the popular Wynn Macau which is located on the waterfront. This giant casino and hotel give you a taste of everything from quality gaming to relaxing stay. About Wynn Macau: Size: 100,000 sq/ft Games: 500 table games, 840 slot machines Accommodation: 1,000+ luxurious rooms To-do: Retail shopping, gourmet restaurants and a world-class spa If you’re looking for a luxurious getaway where you can truly indulge in some retail shopping, fine dining experiences and exciting gambling experiences then Wynn Macau is a must on the bucket list. ➅ Singapore If food, music and quality gambling is at the top of your to do’s for your next trip then Singapore is a must. This beautiful region offers you the chance to indulge in world-class eats, explore new flavours, attend exciting music festivals and of course visit some of the most exotic casinos. This includes one of the most expensive properties ever built, Resorts World Sentosa. About Resorts World Sentosa: Size: 152,000 sq/ft Games: 500 table games, 2,400 slot machines Accommodation: Multiple Hotels To-do: Marine Life Park, Universal Studios Theme Park, fine dining and more During your visit to the Resorts World Sentosa, you can enjoy high-quality gaming with thousands of exciting casino games to choose from. During the day you can explore the world’s largest oceanarium or take a trip to the Universal Studios theme park. The best part of staying here is that each hotel has its own theme, allowing you to choose between luxury rooms or treetop lofts if you’re a nature lover. ➆ San Juan There’s a long list of reasons why you should take a trip to San Juan, Puerto Rico but the main reasons include the breathtaking beaches and the buzzing nightlife. Of course, there are also the rich cultures and the outdoor activities that draw most tourists. Whether you adore nature, food or the beach there is plenty to do in San Juan. And for those who prefer gambling entertainment, San Juan is also home to a spectacular casino, the Ritz Carlton. About the Ritz Carlton: Size: 17,000 sq/ft Games: 17 table games, 329 slot games Accommodation: Hotel stay available To-do: Trips to the rain forest, food explorations, beach activities If a proper beach holiday with tons of outdoor excitement is what you’re in the mood for then the Ritz Carlton in San Juan is a must-visit. You will get to enjoy a classy casino atmosphere indoors while taking in the island beauty while outdoors. ➇ Oklahoma One of the main reasons anyone ever adds Oklahoma to their bucket list is to find their way on to Route 66. Other reasons include the beautiful lakes, seeing bison in the wild and getting to relax in the beautiful green country. Of course, Oklahoma is also home to the Winstar World Casino and Resort. About Winstar World Casino and Resort: Size: 370,000 sq/ft Games: 100 table games, 8,500 slot machines, 55 poker tables Accommodation: Resort stay available To-do: Lounge by the pool, quality dining This Chickasaw Nation operated casino and resort is one of the best casinos in the world. It is fully kitted with all the best games including slots, poker tables and table games. There is something for everyone and during the day you can lounge by the pool for sweet relaxation. Or you can take the time to explore all that Oklahoma has to offer. ➈ Spain Spain is the perfect place to visit if you’re looking to visit the best beaches while adding a few must-sees to your itinerary. This includes breath-taking architecture, top museums, and diverse cultures. Of course, another top bonus includes the vibrant culture which brings fun fiestas and delicious local cuisines. You can take your stay at the Ibiza Gran Hotel Casino. About Ibiza Gran Hotel Casino: Size: 51,000 sq/ft Games: 8 table games, 45 slot games, 3 poker games Accommodation: Luxury Rooms To-do: Parties, beaches, restaurants and more During your stay, you will get to indulge in high-quality gaming with the casino being one of the top attractions on the island. It also hosts a lot of Texas Hold’Em tournaments so you might get lucky depending on what time you visit. And with the location overlooking the marina and the Old Town, it’s perfect for a romantic getaway. ➉ Argentina Then there is Argentina, South America, where you can enjoy the beauty of natural landscapes. Here you can explore a range of national parks, wildlife and get to see the Iguazu Falls. On top of that, there is the opportunity to indulge in Argentinian wine, food, art and culture. If you’re visiting Argentina, we suggest taking a trip to the Park Hyatt Mendoza Casino. About Park Hyatt Mendoza Casino: Size: 32,000 sq/ft Games: 22 table games and 656 slot games Accommodation: Luxury hotel rooms To-do: Fitness centre, swimming pool, restaurants and more The Park Hyatt Mendoza Casino is famous for hosting high stakes games, so if you’re a high roller then this is definitely where you’ll want to take your gaming experience. And when you’re not busy dominating the tables or spinning away on the slot machines, you can enjoy the beauty of the natural landscapes.
Over 42 million people chose to visit Las Vegas in 2019. Most of the tourists crowd the Las Vegas Strip, making this a crowded and often overrated location. But, the smarter tourists visit Fremont Street! Keep reading to discover activities for the ultimate Fremont Street experience in Las Vegas. 1. Swim With the Sharks Even though Las Vegas in landlocked and in the middle of the desert, you can still swim with the sharks! One of the things to do on Fremont Street Las Vegas is to visit the Golden Nugget resort. This resort has a 200,000-gallon shark aquarium that tourists can swim right up to. While there will be a layer of glass separating you and the sharks, this is likely the closest experience you can safely get. In addition, you can arrange a behind-the-scenes tour to get an even closer look at the sharks. The resort also has luxury cabanas, 9 restaurants, 6 bars, and a casino. There's no shortage of fun! 2. Catch a Live Performance When deciding what to do on Fremont Street, don't forget to add a few live performances to your schedule. Freemont Street is home to three stages. The stages hold performers and entertainers every night of the year. Throughout the week, you'll find great performances, but Friday nights are when the more well-known artists perform. If you're planning a trip to Sin City, be sure to check out the entertainment schedule before you book your stay. You may just be able to schedule your trip around a free performance by your favorite performer or musician! 3. Enjoy a Vivi Vision Light Show While many people would categorize the Vivi Vision Light Show as a live performance, this spectacle is so amazing it needs it's own section. Coming in as one of the top things to do on Fremont Street, this show features the largest video screen in the world. The 1,3750-foot long screen runs above the street and plays a 6-minute show hourly each evening. During the performance, you'll see an amazing light show synced to popular music by The Killers, Imagine Dragons, Green Day, and others. 4. Stay Cultured With a Museum Trip When searching for Fremont street attractions, don't downplay the available museums. The Las Vegas Neon Museum lets you take a trip down memory-road with old neon signs from the city. Be sure to visit at night to experience all the signs lit up! There is also the Mob Museum. Learn about the Mobs which once ruled the city. This entertaining history lesson will have you viewing the city in a whole new light. 5. Get Rich Quick And no Fremont experience would be complete without the chance to get rich quick at one of the many casinos. Gambling is a Las Vegas staple, and there is no shortage of opportunities. Explore The D Las Vegas, Four Queens, and Fremont Hotel and Casino. Don't be afraid to explore beyond Fremont Street for this one. We would suggest visiting Tropicana Las Vegas Casino Hotel Resort. Plan Your Trip to Fremont Street Today! With all these fun Fremont Street activities, it's time to add this trip to your travel bucket list! Grab a few friends and plan out your dream trip today. But, before your trip, you'll want to make sure you're prepared for the ultimate trip. Bookmark the Gambler's Pick blog for all the best tips and tricks. There, you can learn about everything from Blackjack card counting to the biggest Las Vegas scandals.
11 Common Questions About Going to Vegas Answered
GamblersPick posted a post in BlogWhether it's your first time or your hundredth, the city is always changing and there's plenty to explore. Part of having a great time is understanding how everything works, so let's dive right in! Today, we're answering 11 of your most burning questions about how to have the time of your life from the moment you step onto the Strip. 1. Are Kids Allowed on a Casino Floor? Traveling to Vegas with your mini-mes? If so, you might be wondering, "Can a baby go into a casino?" The short answer is that most will allow persons under 21 to walk through, but prohibit standing around the gaming areas. Others will have stricter limits and prohibit anyone underage from even walking the floor. No casinos permit anyone under 21 to loiter or gamble in the casino area, and you can't park a stroller next to a machine. So, are babies allowed in Vegas casinos? Not if you plan to stay and play. 2. What Can a 2 Year Old Do in Vegas? If you can't gamble, go to clubs or attend a 21+ show with your toddler, what can you do? Your best bet is to plan activities that your little ones can enjoy, such as a visit to the Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay! What if they're super young? What can you do in Vegas with a baby? Use this time to check out family-friendly Vegas shows, dine at casual restaurants, and check out the fun displays right at your fingertips. The live mermaids at the Silverton Casino Hotel are always a (free!) hit! 3. Can You Drink All Night in Vegas? If you're of legal drinking age, you're entitled to drink as long as you want to in Vegas, assuming you have a designated driver to get around safely. However, keep in mind that the city of Las Vegas, along with all of Clark County, has a curfew ordinance. After 10 p.m. on weekdays and midnight on weekends, children under 18 cannot be out unless accompanied by an adult. Speaking of that DD, what if you plan to ride-share? Let's explore that question next! 4. Can You Drink in an Uber in Vegas? If you're riding in the passenger seat of an Uber, Lyft or any ride-sharing car, you'll need to toss the liquor. It's against the law for anyone in the passenger seat to possess or consume an open container of alcohol. Save the drinks for the swanky lounges and bars instead! This guide reveals the best places to get your buzz on around the city. 5. Do I Need Cash in Las Vegas? Before you leave home, go ahead and take out plenty of cash. The standard fee for an ATM in Vegas is nearly $6! You can use cash for gambling, tips, and cab fare. While most places allow you to charge most of these items to your card, some people simply feel more comfortable shelling out bills than swiping their plastic. Plus, if you gamble with cash, you give yourself an automatic limit and avoid losing more than you came with! 6. What is the Hottest Club in Vegas Right Now? If we could only pick one club in Vegas to visit while you're in town, we'd send you to OMNIA Las Vegas. Since its grand opening in 2015, OMNIA has seen a steady lineup of white-hot celebrities, along with some of the best EDM DJs on the planet, from Zedd to Calvin Harris. Come to check out the jaw-dropping, four-story chandelier, but stay for the world-class beats, incredible vibe and exclusive VIP tables. 7. How Much is a Gaming License in Las Vegas? Want to open up a gaming establishment in Vegas? If so, your first step is to decide if you want to pursue a restricted or non-restricted gaming license. A restricted license allows you to operate up to 15 slot machines and prohibits the operation from being your primary business. An unrestricted license doesn't have these limits. As expected, it's much easier (and cheaper) to go the restricted route. Start by applying with the Nevada Gaming Commission and State Gaming Control Board. Once you complete and submit your application, you'll be required to pay a $150 application fee, along with a $550 investigation fee. From there, you'll attend a hearing with the Board to finalize the details of your plan. If you decide to pursue a non-restricted license, the application process is much longer. You'll work hand-in-hand with a gaming attorney to navigate each step. The Board will charge $70 per hour to review your application, with total costs often reaching between $30,000 and $1 million for a complex investigation. 8. How Can I Drink Cheap in Vegas? Want to party it up in Vegas, but not blow your budget? Can you drink for free in Vegas? Not always, but you might get lucky! Thankfully, there are plenty of ways to drink for cheap! Your best bet is to head away from the ultra-bright lights and hit up the city's downtown area. A few of our favorite haunts for low-cost libations include Filament at the Fremont (Heinekins for $3!) Frankie’s Tiki Room Ellis Island Backstage Bar and Billiards There are also plenty of people who will tell you that you can score free drinks as you gamble in the casinos, but it's never a sure bet. To up your odds of making this plan work, be sure to tip well on the first round! If you're wondering "Which Vegas casinos have free drinks?", we've heard it's easiest to score a shot or two on the house at Hard Rock Casino, Luxor Casino, and Stratosphere Hotel. You can also get your fill while riding the High Roller Observation Wheel at LINQ Hotel. Visit during the High Roller Happy Half Hour Pod and enjoy an incredible 30-minute rotation and an open bar included in your ticket price! 9. Where Do Celebs Stay in Vegas? Vegas is a great place to people-watch and rub shoulders with celebrities. You're most likely to see them at some of the more luxurious, high-end hotels and casinos, including: Caesars Palace Palms Casino Resort Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas The Palazzo at The Venetian MGM Grand Hotel and Casino The Mirage Hotel & Casino From reality television stars to esteemed Oscar winners, you never know who you'll find partying the night away! 10. Is Fremont Street Safe at Night? You want to head to Fremont Street for the dazzling light show, but it's getting late. Should you reschedule? Nope! You should be fine as long as you follow basic precautions. Don't flash your money, stick where the crowds are, and remember to protect your valuables. The same goes for anywhere you travel in the city. That said, is downtown Las Vegas safe at night? Is it safe to walk around Vegas at night at all? As long as you stay in the well-lit tourist areas and stay aware of your surroundings, you should feel secure. There's power in numbers, and this popular city has plenty! 11. Do Fake IDs Work in Vegas? Any time you try to pull off a fake ID, you're taking a major chance. That's the case in any city, including Las Vegas. If you're attempting it at a major establishment, keep in mind that the employees there are well-trained in how to spot a fraud. They know they could lose their job if they let someone under age inside, so they'll be unlikely to give you a free pass. If you're caught, the penalties and fines for possessing a fake ID in Vegas are significant. We're talking misdemeanor charges, fines of up to $1,000 and up to six months in jail. The bottom line? Wait until you're old enough and can really take advantage of all the city has to offer, risk-free. Going to Vegas? Live It Up and Have a Blast Now that you know the answer to some of the most common questions about the city, are you ready to cut loose and have a blast? This city is known worldwide for its entertainment, dining, music and more. Whether you're going to Vegas solo or with the entire brood in tow, you'll have no shortage of things to do. Before you head out, be sure to brush up on your gambling skills with our in-depth guides!
Nevada's recreational cannabis sales are predicted to reach $30 billion by 2025. Much of this success comes from the already booming tourism industry of the state's Sin City. Chances are that if you are coming to Vegas you want to experience the relaxed weed culture. However, before you set off on your trip there are some vital tips and tricks you should know about Las Vegas marijuana. Read on to get the latest information to have fun and stay safe. Road to Legalization Even though it was legalized in 2001 for medicinal use, recreational weed in Las Vegas had to wait until January 2017 to open up dispensaries to the public. Strong support came from the people of Nevada with over 59% supporting medical legalization in 1998. Then two years later, 65% showed up to vote finally implement the medicinal program. Recreational pot also got a majority of electoral votes with 54% supporting the regulation and taxation of marijuana. Today, over 46 dispensaries are located throughout Vegas, catering to its residents and over 40 million visitors each year. Who can Buy Weed? Unlike medical marijuana where you need to be 18 years or older and possess a prescribed medical card, recreational cannabis is available to anyone 21 and over. All you need is a valid driver's license or ID from any state. Each person is allowed to purchase up to 1 ounce of dry bud and 1/8 ounces of concentrates. Medical cardholders are allowed 2.5 ounces every 14 days for any type of cannabis. Where Can You Smoke? When you ask, "Is weed legal in Nevada?" you might think since you can buy it then you can smoke it anywhere. However, smoking in public is still prohibited. This problem causes many tourists to use discrete methods of consumption, from vaping to eating edibles. Luckily, Las Vegas is in the process of legislation that will allow cannabis smoking lounges. One has already opened in October 2019 with more stuck in limbo as Congress sorts out the logistics. While smoking lounges are the future, for now, you need to find a hotel that is 420-friendly, smoke at a friend's house, or indulge under the radar, especially when in the casinos. Staying in your room to smoke and play an online casino might be your safest option. What About Growing Weed? The Las Vegas marijuana laws for growing are much more strict than other states. That is because you have to live at least 25 miles from a dispensary to grow up to 6 personal plants. This might not seem relevant for a visitor, but it is good to know if you want to move to Nevada. How to Transport Cannabis Weed in Vegas might be legal, however, driving with it has limitations. You must seal your weed in a sealed container and it must be away from anyone under the age of 18. If you are caught with open containers then a citation will be given. You know that is weed legal in Las Vegas but it might not be in whichever state you are traveling next. Finish your product before embarking to your home or to another state. Mixing Las Vegas Marijuana with Gambling Las Vegas marijuana isn't the only reason you are visiting Sin City. The casinos have and always will be the main attraction. Prepare yourself for a high time on the strip and at the tables by reading our guide to gambling.
Casinos have been around since the 1600's. From card games to slot machines, gambling is a centuries-old sport that has never dwindled in popularity. As more casino locations have started popping up, the industry has given birth to some truly "out there" destinations. Read on for our list of the top 10 weirdest casino locations. 1. Cadbury Court in the UK There aren't many basement casino locations, let alone a basement of a medieval manor. That's Cadbury Court's claim to fame, though, and it's a really unique spot. Located in the small town of Yeovil in south England, this historical spot used to be a real medieval manor. Today, the entire space can be rented out, allowing guests full use of its 30-player-capacity casino in what once was used as a wine cellar. Cadbury Court Casino (Image credit: northcadburycourt.com) 2. River's Casino in Des Plaines, Illinois USA The self-proclaimed "casino on a puddle" is none other than River's Casino in Des Plaines, Illinois. Built on a small water pit, or "puddle" as many like to call it, River's Casino was specifically designed to comply with Illinois gambling laws that specify that all casino locations must be a "riverboat" design. Located near O'hare airport and the famous city of Chicago, River's casino offers a huge gambling floor with over a thousand slot machines and fifty gaming tables, from blackjack to craps and so much more. Rivers Casino (Image credit: chicagobusiness.com) 3. Macau Palace in Macau Macau is a famous travel destination for those who are seeking casino locations. However, if you're looking to escape the traditional bright and busy spots, a trip to the Macau Palace could be just what you need. Macau Palace is a floating casino located on a barge in Macau. It's a small spot, but it still is hugely popular for wager-loving gamblers. Another unique thing about Macau Palace is it was once the setting for the 1974 James Bond movie, "The Man with the Gold Gun." It's one of those great gambling places to visit if you're interested in a quieter place with lots of culture. Macau Floating Casino (Image credit: tripadvisor.com) 4. X-Train in Las Vegas, Nevada USA There are plenty of casino locations in Las Vegas to choose from, but this is the only one that's on a train. The X-Train offers a break from the traditional casino packages and resorts in the city, allowing gamblers to play while traveling on a huge train. While the train doesn't seem to be in service yet, be sure to keep an eye out for future casino locations. X-Train Las Vegas (Image credit: latimes.com) 5. Desert Cave Hotel in Coober Pedy, Australia This casino is located in, you guessed it: the middle of the desert. The Desert Cave Hotel hails from the Australian Outback, offering visitors a one-of-a-kind subterranean gambling experience. Although this is one of the smaller casino locations on the list, it still offers a great selection of games as well as a bar and an arcade. Since the nearest casino is over 800km away, it's still a popular spot for travelers and locals alike. Desert Cave Casino, Australia (Image credit: dailymail.co.uk) 6. The Casino Jet Lounge The Casino Jet Lounge is the perfect casino for high rollers, high stakes, and high altitudes. Coming from Designescence and AirJet Designs, this mile-high casino can be installed on your private jet or on a commercial flight. There aren't many casino locations that allow you to gamble at 30,000 feet. This is one of the best gambling places for adventurous casino-goers looking for an all-new experience. Casino Jet Lounge (Image credit: airjet-designs.com) 7. Resort World in Genting, Malaysia This one might be one of the most difficult casino locations to get to, since it's built on top of a mountain. Malaysia's Resort World is located 6,000 feet above sea level. To get there, visitors hop on skyway cars in Kuala Lumpur and ride across the mountains up to the casino. There they'll find one of the most well-equipped gambling places in Asia, as well as a luxurious spa, golf, shopping, and even a theme park. The area is also surrounded by the incredible views of its surrounding 150 million-year-old rainforest. Resort world in Genting, Malaysia (Image credit: rwgenting.com) 8. Prairie Knights Casino in Fort Yates, North Dakota USA If you're scouting remote casino locations, Prairie Knights Casino has everything you could possibly want. Located in a middle-of-nowhere prairie in Fort Yates, North Dakota, this casino is like a brightly lit oasis in the middle of a green desert. The inside offers a vast gambling floor with plenty to do. The only catch is, the nearest airport is over 2 hours away. Still, there's plenty of beautiful scenery to admire: there's nothing around for miles except a vast, grassy prairie. This may not be one of the best gambling places for nightlife, but the experience it offers is truly unique. Prairie Knights Casino (Image credit: Tripadvisor.com) 9. Victory Casino Cruises in Port Canaveral, Florida USA For gambling aficionados everywhere, choosing between casino vacation packages or a cruise can be tough. Well, with this cruise ship in Florida, you get the best of both worlds. Victory Casino Cruises depart out of Port Canaveral in Florida, taking visitors on a 5-6 hour cruise down the beautiful Space Coast. While you're on it, you can enjoy over 600 slot machines and a variety of table games, including the state's only live craps and roulette tables. You can also venture to their sportsbook lounge and place bets on football, hockey, MMA, boxing, baseball, soccer, and basketball games. As an added bonus, you can also enjoy the ship's drinks and buffet as well as its shows and wild dance floor. Victory Casino Cruises (Image credit: victorycasinocruises.com) 10. Virtual Reality Casino Locations One of the most unexpected casino locations is right where you're sitting! Potentially, of course. With the power of virtual reality technology, you can slip on a headset and immediately immerse yourself within a full 3D casino experience. It's a great alternative if you aren't looking for expensive casino vacations to get your gambling on. The first virtual reality casino was launched by SlotsMillion, allowing users to play an interactive and fully inclusive gaming floor without ever having to leave their homes. It certainly gives new meaning to the question, "what's the best casino near me?" Game On! With so many options for gambling places, casino vacations never get old. Now that you know some of the most unique casino locations, get your game on and start planning your next visit! For more gambling inspiration, check out our other blog entries.