Top 7 America’s Best Casino Resorts



When trying to find a place to have fun, it is always best to have as many options as possible. Hopefully, you don’t have a gambling addiction, because this list of the best casino resorts could cause some problems for you. In one fabulous weekend, you can attend any one of these fantastic resorts and gamble and eat your heart away, or relax while getting a manicure and enjoy the pool all day. No, not all of the best casinos are located in Las Vegas, and this trip around the country to the best casino resorts will illustrate just that.

Number Seven: Beau Rivage Resort & Casino – Biloxi, Mississippi. Beau Rivage has a 85,000-square-foot casino that offers close to 100 table games, 2,100 slot machines, over 200 video poker games, and a 16-table poker room. The building stands at a tall 32 stories and measures 3.2 million square feet, proudly being the tallest building in all of Mississippi. The hotel has 1,740 guest rooms and suites, more than 10 mouth-watering restaurants, four lounges and bars, a spa, salon, swimming pool and convention center. If you’re someone who likes to gamble and wants beautiful views of the Mississippi Gulf or Back Bay, Beau Rivage is one of the best casino resorts you can visit.

Number Six: Red Rock Casino, Resort, and Spa – Summerlin, Nevada. Other than Las Vegas, Summerlin is the city to be in when visiting Nevada. Taking a stop at the Red Rock Casino, Resort & Spa will provide you with a fun experience. Red Rock has a total of nine restaurants along with a food court with a large array of choices to satisfy everyone’s appetite and budget. If you’re a fan of swimming, you can dive into their four-acre sandbar pool, or stop at the Red Rock Casino Amphitheater and catch a great musical performance. You could also just head on over to the 20-seat keno lounge or the 600-seat bingo hall if you’re a fan of games – not to mention the thousands of slot/video poker machines.

Number Five: Seneca Niagara Casino & Hotel – Niagara Falls, New York. Seneca Niagara has quite a beautiful exterior, with 147,000 square feet of gaming space for guests to roam freely. They are also cool enough to offer the Player’s Club program, where $170 coin-in equals $1 comp dollar. They’ve got Asian cuisine, Tim Hortons Café and Bake Shop, fantastic home-style Italian food, and more. After gambling and filling up your pockets, go gleefully spend it at Yankee Candle, Crystal Boutique or Watson’s Chocolates, along with the tech-junkie gadgets in the Player’s Club Store. Pedicures, manicures, waxing treatments and all are available in the spa, along with the workout facility and steamy spa. This is clearly one of the best casino resorts in New York, next to Resorts World Casino.

Number Four: The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas – Las Vegas, Nevada. The Cosmopolitan is an actual oasis resting in the middle of Las Vegas; it just so happens you can gamble and relax there as well. Right in the heart of The Strip, this 2,995-room resort has marble-floored bathrooms and private terraces with comfy jacuzzis. The 100,000 square feet casino has slot machines, baccarat, blackjack and everything else you can think of. If you have never tasted fried chicken with wasabi honey or beef marrow bones, visiting the Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill will appease your growling stomach. For the party animals, Marquee Nightclub is a must-see venue, spanning over 62,000 square feet, with 50-foot-tall ceilings and a soundstage worth millions.

Number Three: WinStar World Casino – Thackerville, Oklahoma. You may be surprised to know that Oklahoma is home to the largest casino in all of America, beating out casino resorts in Las Vegas and Foxwoods, Connecticut. Well if that news alone isn’t worth a visit to WinStar World Casino, I genuinely don’t know what is. With eight gaming plazas and over 6,000 electronic games for guests to enjoy, they even have horse racing in the New York Gaming Plaza. For the foodies, whether you prefer a good southern home-cooked meal or exotic Mongolian dishes, WinStar has you covered. But if all of that, plus the amazing spa, is not enough, taking swings at the WinStar Golf Academy, taught by professional golf instructors, will surely put a permanent smile on your face.

Number Two: Resorts World Casino – Queens, New York. Among the top two best casino resorts, Resorts in Queens has a big bar area with a 20-foot TV screen that stretches across two floors. With electronic table games that have no dealer and lots of slot machines and restaurants, this casino is simply astonishing for slots players. Why? Sex and the City slots, Playboy Platinum slots or even the Wheel of Fortune machines – take your pick. Genting Palace offers up some authentic Chinese cuisine, served to you by veteran Hong Kong chefs. Chinese BBQ anyone?

Number One: Revel Resort & Casino – Atlantic City, New Jersey (Temporary Closed). You’ve got over 2,400 slot machines, close to 100 table games, 16 electronic tables and a poker room that holds 37 tables – no wonder it’s number one on the list. Revel Resort & Casino has managed to create a new approach to the gaming lifestyle, billed as “a new destination for uncommon recreation.” This property is worth $2.4 billion if you weren’t able to tell from the drop-dead-gorgeous exterior of the resort, which is also a beachfront property and smoke-free. You can grab hydrating facials and therapeutic massages at the 32-room spa, and hop on over to the fitness studio where you can also take part in yoga classes.

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