While the world’s most stunning casinos are home to rich and famous celebs, sports stars, and royalty, these mega-casinos are preferred gambling establishments with exclusive perks.

From Michelin-star restaurants to private golf courses and entertainment venues, here are the most luxurious casinos in the world.

Venetian Resort Hotel Casino

Las Vegas’s Venice-themed Venetian is 36 stories and 475 feet tall. With rooms and suites ranging from $169-$10,000/night, it boasts a dazzling 120,000-square-foot casino. 

Luxury hotspots include the Grand Canal Shoppes, Guggenheim Hermitage Museum, and TAO nightclub. With a koi-stocked infinity pool and eight sky boxes, enjoy two dance rooms and a 40-foot terrace with phenomenal Strip views. 

Indulge in a gondola ride or dip your toes in the day pool. Cabanas with Xbox 360s, safes for valuables, and TVs await.  

WinStar World Casino. Source TripAdvisor
WinStar World Casino. Source TripAdvisor

WinStar World Casino

At a whopping 600,000 square feet, WinStar is the biggest casino in the world and has its own bull-riding arena. 

The Oklahoma casino’s hotel includes 1,500 rooms featuring an exclusive PGA-like golf course. 

Venetian Macao Casino
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Venetian Macao 

If you search online for the number 1 casino in the world or the richest casino in the world, Venetian Macao will come up. 

As the richest casino in the world, more than half a million square feet of magnificence in this party playground is for the casino. 

Relax during an Italian-style gondola ride, or try your hand with Lady Luck. With 3,000 slots and 870 table and card games, they also have 3,000 hotel rooms for high-rollers.

Monte Carlo, Monaco
Courtesy of Monte Carlo Casino, Monaco

Casino de Monte-Carlo

While the largest casino in Europe is the Casino Lisboa at 269,000 square feet, the most famous casino in Europe is Casino de Monte-Carlo.

Perhaps you remember seeing this famous casino in Never Say Never, GoldenEye, or Casino Royale. Casino de Monte-Carlo initially opened in the 1850s, and its opulence comes from the jaw-dropping crystal chandeliers, tapestries, frescoes, and gilded ceilings. 

Whether you are a Saudi prince or a trust fund baby, dock your yacht here and enjoy the coup de gras with Monaco’s elite. 

MGM Grand Macau. Source Wikipedia
MGM Grand Macau. Source Wikipedia

MGM Cotai, Macao China

MGM Cotai has 41 different casinos. It is also ranked sixth in the Top 10 Biggest Gambling Establishments. 

At 500,000 square feet, indulge in MGM Cotai’s 175 table games, 1,390 rooms, and 1,500 slot machines. 

The richness of this adult oasis includes 300 paintings (some work from the Qing Dynasty) and 100,000 plants in their indoor art garden. 

City Of Dreams 

Known for its Dancing Water Theater and iconic architecture, the magnificence here is the Hard Rock-style gamblers hub includes 2,270 rooms and suites, 30 restaurants, 520 poker tables, and 1,350 slot machines. 

As a premier entertainment and leisure destination, enjoy private gaming salons, designer shopping, and SOHO, an ultra-chick dining district. The Para nightclub lets celebs hobnob in a private two-story space. 


Las Vegas’s Bellagio takes inspiration from Europe for its luxe Italian theme. 

With a famous fountain show, gourmet restaurants, and 14,000 square-foot floral playgrounds, view Dale Chihuly’s glass exhibit “Fiori di Como” on the lobby ceiling or watch Cirque du Soleil in their aquatic theater.

With 3,421 rooms balancing elegance and beauty, view the valley from one of the 512 sumptuous suites. 

Foxwoods casino. Source Foxwood
Foxwoods casino


Located in Mashantucket, Connecticut, with 9 million square feet indoors, the casino is 344,000 square feet. The luxury at Foxwoods includes a 1,400-square-foot corner suite in the Grand Pequot Tower. With 699 rooms total, there are 86 suites and 23 villas with private butler service.  

If you are looking for real money online casinos, check out roulette at Foxwoods Resort. You can play online casino games, poker, blackjack, live dealer games, specialty games, and progressive slots. 

Foxwoods initially had 6,300 slot machines but downsized to 3,400 games to make space for more restaurants, clubs, and bars. Aside from the 249 card tables, it has a two-story arcade and adults-only mini-casinos. 

ARIA Resort and Casino. Source Visa Signature Luxury Hotel Collection
ARIA Resort and Casino. Source Visa Signature Luxury Hotel Collection

Aria Casino

Search for the richest casino in the United States or the most exclusive casino in Las Vegas. MGM’s Aria Resort and Casino are usually among the top luxury casino searches. Close competitors include Venetian and Bellagio in Las Vegas.

Located on the Strip, it brings in $15 million annually. The remarkable space includes a buzzing nightclub and five pool experiences. You can extend your visit with world-class dining, live Vegas shows, and a fine art collection. 

Shops at Crystals, sporting events in the T-Mobile arena, and shows at Dolby Live are excellent reasons to stay and play.