It’s no surprise that this casino resort, which opened in 2010, was seen in “Crazy Rich Asians” and other films as it’s arguably the most iconic building in Singapore. Equal parts hotel, casino, and rooftop park, it’s an architectural wonder in the shape of the Roman Numeral III, appropriately composed of three towers housing 2,500-plus guest rooms.
This casino stays open until at least 2 a.m. on weeknights and is open 24 hours on weekends, so you can try your luck at the slots or any of the 40 different table games whenever you want. Be sure to set aside time for everything else the resort has to offer.
The proximity to New York City and the appeal of the beach boardwalk have lured people to Atlantic City for generations, and the Ocean Resort Casino will keep them coming. Gamesters love the 2,000 slots, 125 table games, and major sports-book operation.
If you are seeking paradise (aren’t we all?), you don’t need to venture far off the Florida coast to find it. Atlantis is literally in paradise as the resort and casino occupy all of the Bahamas’ Paradise Island.
Many world travelers find their way to this major casino on the Italian-Swiss border. Its history dates to 1917, but it’s best-known today for the new building that opened in 2007: a nine-story, $200 million gem designed by Swiss architect Mario Botta, whose other projects have included major museums and churches worldwide.
The Mirage may be a fitting name for a casino resort in the Nevada desert, but the only illusory feature is its signature “volcano,” which “erupts” nightly as waterfalls pour off the side and cascade into a lagoon. When it opened in 1989, it was the world’s most expensive hotel-casino and the first mega-resort on the Vegas Strip.