Walk under the Art Nouveau arches famed of Parisian Metro stations and enter the Casino Café de Paris, Monaco. Despite its old world exterior expect a shock when you enter a world of blue light and electronic wizardry that lies within. This urban joint leaves more regional places like the Casino Ruhl in Nice in the shade!
The Casino Café de Paris is a hot spot for fans of electronic gaming and slot aficionados and better still this electronic Aladdin’s Cave is open 24/7 so you can indulge in a world of gaming whenever the urge takes you! Wwe’re not talking a monster palace here like the MGM Grand Las Vegas, but this casino is pretty big for the French Riviera.
For the roulette fan who likes their wheel spin on the less traditional side, the generous helping of electronic games on offer at the Monaco’s Casino Café de Paris are certainly enticing.
This popular casino is a haven for roulette fans with a slew of electronic roulette games. Do you fancy a whirl at Alphastreet Roulette with eight seats? Or how about interactive EGT Roulette with eight seats? And that’s even before you have a crack at Video Roulette.
There’s even a Pinball Roulette version of the king of table games where a flipper springs the pill into action! Now I’ve seen it all!
To make the very most of Monaco’s gorgeous surroundings you can take your gambling al fresco at one of two outside terraces. Here there are 100 slots to while the hours away and of these, there are a good few that are the latest in sci-fi film tie in titles. The feeling on the terrace is a perfect combination of private and fun.
The terraces also provide the perfect place for a game of “English” roulette, that is a game on a 37 pocket wheel with its own distinctive coloured chips and what’s more, this version of the game doesn’t suffer announced bets so you need to listen out for the famed “no more bets” deadline.
This thrilling roulette variant can be enjoyed from the scenic terrace while you occasionally gaze out at the Med, but sadly only in the balmy months between May and October.
Naturally there are traditional roulette wheels in action here from 8pm so there’s just time to enjoy the people watching and bustling ambience before you can start placing your bets. If you’re not just a roulette lover, you can also indulge in a spot of blackjack or craps in the traditional way here too, again, just make sure ready for an evening game, unless you want to take advantage of the world of cutting edge electronic gaming on offer- it’s said to be the best selection on the Riviera!
Food, Glorious Food
If you get peckish after all the roulette wheel fun you’re luckily able to eat at the casino’s restaurant and bar around the clock, so you can play to your heart’s content without worrying about what time you fancy a flutter!
And this isn’t the home of the style police so don’t worry that you’ll need to get your best outfit on to fit it in this popular spot.
This casino has a great location in the middle of Monaco’s scenic heart, the Casino Café de Paris, found directly opposite the world famous Casino de Monte Carlo- nice neighbourhood!
Lots of non-gamblers come here to enjoy the outside seating and dining which makes this a very busy place at times but if you like a buzzy atmosphere this is real must do on your visit to Monaco- plus it has a view of the principality that’s to die for!