Welcome to the Monte-Carlo Casino, a dream place! You might recognise this building from the James Bond movie, Goldeneye. Monte-Carlo Casino is one of the most famous casinos in the world, built in a Belle Époque style back in 1863.
The building was designed by famous French architect Charles Garnier, who is also known for the Monte-Carlo Opera House and the Opera House in Paris. The casino is surrounded by beautiful colourful gardens and a huge terrace with breathtaking views of the Mediterranean.
The interior is composed of decorative crystal chandeliers and stunning artwork, which creates a bright yet soft atmosphere. The windows are also made of stained glass and you will also find decorative sculptures and allegorical paintings.
There are different gaming rooms decorated in a variety of different themes to test your luck. You will find all sorts of games and entertainment, from French Roulette to English Roulette, to Trente et Quarante, Punto Blanco, Black Jack, Poker Texas Hold’em. You can also find plenty of slot machines in 3 different rooms: the Renaissance Room, Europe Room and America Room.
If you are visiting for the first time, make sure to have your Identity Card or Passport with you. Entry is free of charge but you must be over 18 to be able to participate in a game. Also, don’t forget that your clothing must be appropriate. No vest tops, shorts or swimming costumes.
The Casino is situated right in the heart of Monaco next to the famous Hotel de Paris Monte-Carlo. Alongside you will find other casinos such as the Casino Café de Paris, Sun Casino and Monte-Carlo Bay Casino just a few steps away.