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The only place to find legalized gambling in China, the special administrative region of Macau is sometimes said to rival Las Vegas in terms of its gambling and extravagant casino nightlife and revenue. Culturally, Macau, bordered by the South China Sea on two sides, has lured tourists with its mixed Portuguese and Chinese heritage, but it has since become known internationally as a gambling mecca. For those looking to try their luck, there are several convenient casinos in Macau, many of which are situated within a parent hotel.
Casino Golden Dragon
The Hotel Golden Dragon in Macau is home to the Casino Golden Dragon, conveniently situated on the hotel's second and third floors. The 72,000 square-foot casino features over 100 gaming machines and 70 gaming tables, as well as an additional 15 private gaming tables. Showcasing a carnival-style theme and decor, the casino even has distinctively themed VIP rooms, including a private room based on the renowned carnival of the Caribbean island of Trinidad, as well as a room themed in honor of Mardi Gras. Amenities at the casino include a bar and cafe area, as well as a noodle shop. The hotel itself offers nearly 500 guest rooms, complete with amenities such as satellite television service, complimentary broadband Internet service and even a tea-making facility. The hotel also has four different restaurants, as well as a business center and swimming pool facility.
Hotel Golden Dragon
Rua de Malaca
The Fortuna Casino is located in the basement and lobby area of the Fortuna Hotel in Macau. The casino provides a variety of table games, including baccarat and blackjack. The hotel also features a casino on its sixth floor, which also offers gaming tables, 10 in all, and offers baccarat around the clock for those patrons looking for late night or early morning entertainment. The sixth-floor casino also hosts a food buffet. The hotel itself is home to approximately 342 guest rooms, with amenities such as broadband Internet and cable television service, mini-bars and safe deposit boxes. A nightclub and spa facility are also located on the hotel premises, as well as several eating establishments, highlighted by the Abalone Ah Yat Restaurant, which serves up authentic local dishes such as shark's fin.
No. 63 Rua de Cantao
Casa Real Casino
The Casa Real Casino is located in Macau's Casa Real Hotel, on the first, second and ground floors. The casino, open 24 hours, features 80 gaming tables as well as nearly 250 gaming machines. Table games include fan-tan, baccarat and blackjack, with a minimum bet of 100 Hong Kong dollars. The hotel, which offers nearly 400 guest rooms, also features a health club and business center that caters to business-oriented patrons, as well as a complimentary shuttle service to other local attractions and facilities. The casino hotel also has three eating establishments, including the Imperial Chinese Restaurant, which serves traditional Cantonese cuisine, as well as banquet and meeting space.
Casa Real Casino
Avenida do. Dr. Rodrigo Rodrigues
No. 1118, Macau