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Luxury Casino has that premium feel that we love for a roulette casino- it makes you feel like you’re playing in Monte Carlo! Plus they have a £1000 bonus and are fully licensed for the UK.
The initial bonus is a match bundle over your first 5 deposits, as follows:
1st deposit: 100% Bonus up to £150 extra.
2nd deposit: 50% Bonus up to £200 extra.
3rd deposit: 25% Bonus up to £300 extra.
4th deposit: 50% Bonus up to £200 extra.
5th deposit: 100% Bonus up to £150 extra.
To withdraw any wins, the bonus must be played through 30x. Slots bets contribute 100%. Roulette bets contribute 2% (disappointed with that las bit).
Slots: 100% Blackjack, Video Poker, 10% Roulette, 2%
For Microgaming fanatics (and we count ourselves in that list), Luxury Casino has all the top roulette games including Premier Roulette standard and Diamond edition, plus European Roulette Gold.
Microgaming Roulette Games
£1000 match bonus as detailed above – Premier Roulette – Switch Studios European Roulette – Premier Online Roulette – European Roulette Gold – Premier Roulette Diamond – French Roulette – Switch American Roulette – Wheel of Winners – Multi Wheel Roulette – French Roulette Gold
Mobile Roulette Games
This is a casino that caters well to mobile players too. We’d like to see more variants on the mobile and tablet versions, but the roulette they have is a good one. We expect the choice to build. Plus you’ll have some excellent slots to play (like Thunderstruck II), and blackjack and video poker of course.
Payment, Deposit Methods
Luxury Casino allows you to deposit and withdraw with the following credit cards and web wallets:
Luxury Casino Guide
Of course you might want a Luxury Casino in the offline world. We have reviewed quite a few in our Land-based Casino guide including the Bellagio in Las Vegas, the Casino de Monte Carlo, Les Ambassadeurs Club and the Ritz casino to name a few.
If we were to pick one super luxurious casino, we’d head for the Ritz Club in London and check in at the Royal Suite. Granted, the Ritz Club doesn’t have the buzz and the size of some of the Las Vegas properties (like the Aria and the Bellagio for example), but it doesn’t have the tackiness either. Just pure luxury.
The Royal Suite at the Ritz
The Ritz London Pure Luxury.
Opened by César Ritz in 1909, this luxury 5 star hotel in London’s Mayfair continues to wow its guests. The service is exceptional, the location unbeatable and it has one of the most beautiful dining rooms in Europe- a truly exceptional hotel. And, of course, it is next to one of the best casinos in London. If you are a guest at the hotel, you’ll find it easier to get in.
The rooms and suites have been lovingly restored to their original Louis XVI style. Head for the Green Park Suite for the best views or the Royal Suite for pure opulence. Head to our Ritz Club review to check out their famous luxury Mayfair casino.
Casino de Monte Carlo
If we are discussing the most luxurious casino in the world, and we are leaning towards roulette, then we have to mention the Casino de Monte Carlo which is the spiritual home of the game and continues to feature in the world’s top 10 Luxury Casino lists. This hotel is on many people’s bucket lists- it was on ours (tick, done, loved it).
Designed by Charles Garnier, this casino overlooks the Med and is famous for its Bohemian glass chandeliers and rococo ceilings. You’ll need to dress up to visit- a jacket and passport are required.
The Casino Monte Carlo is well known from many Bond movies including Never Say Never Again and Golden Eye, where Bond hooks up with the villainous Zenia Onatopp for a Martini (shaken, not stirred) at the bar.
Whenever we visit the Casino de Monte Carlo, we are always bowled over by the concentration of money. This is where the seriously rich come to play and it makes for fascinating people watching.
Inside the Casino it’s incredibly lavish, with room upon room of almost intimidating rococo – towering columns, gilt, marble, chandeliers and enormous paintings.
To follow the big money, you’ll need to escape the hordes on the slots and cheaper tables and head for the serious gambling in the Salons Privés right in the hub of this gloriously over the top building. Or head for the Mediterranean sunshine on the terrace which opened in 2011 for those who like to bet outdoors.
What can be better than making a Complete Bet on your favourite number with the deep blue Med in the background?
Playing on the Casino de Monte Carlo Terrace
There’s a renovated Salon Blanc bar to order your martinis at (en route to the outdoor terraces). And then there are some fabulous restaurants like the Buddha Bar- this is where this luxury casino suddenly gets hip. Or try Le Train Bleu if you like Italian food, or Les Privés for high end French cuisine.
Casino de Monte Carlo- about as far from a high street betting shop as you can imagine!
In fact there’s only one problem with going to the Casino de Monte Carlo in Monaco. If you ever visit Las Vegas and stay at MGM’s Monte Carlo casino on the Strip, you’ll probably find it’s just about the tackiest thing on the planet. I mean, this is Las Vegas, so what did you expect? But we’d advise you to head somewhere else like the Bellagio, or you’ll just spend your time comparing the two. And there is no comparison!
MGM (or rather their joint venture vehicle Victoria Partners) have been accused of illegally copying the name of the famous Casino de Monte-Carlo in Monaco, but the operator of the Monte Carlo Resort & Casino in Las Vegas has stated that the Monaco casino does not hold trademark rights to the name in the U.S.
Victoria Partners, the joint venture between MGM Mirage and Mandalay Resort Group has filed counterclaims contending that Société des Bains de Mer et du Cercle des Étrangers à Monaco or SBM for short (which runs the real Monte-Carlo Casino) does not have the rights to the Monte Carlo name.
The Las Vegas casino opened in 1996.
They do have a point- the Casino de Monte Carlo in Monaco is one of the most famous casinos in the world, and it opened in 1863.