Largest casinos in the world (see top 10)

Published on 16 February 2020

There are some people that say size doesn’t matter. But when it comes to gambling, you want to be playing at the world’s biggest and best to get the full gambling experience.

You’ll find a ton of giant casinos in Las Vegas and Macau that we haven’t included in the list, but we just wanted to give you a taste from all around the globe.

So here are the top 10 largest casinos in the world:

MGM Grand, Las Vegas, US (171,500 sq. feet)

This place opened in ’93 and stormed onto the scene as the biggest hotel complex, and with a staggering 6,852 rooms it’s the still the biggest hotel in the US. The tower is 293 feet high and you’ll find all your favorite games there – 2,500 slot machines and 139 table games.

Outside the casino is just as exciting too, with five swimming pools you can go for a dip any time! And for CSI fans there’s an interactive game themed around the hit TV show. There used to be live lions in the casino but thankfully those days are long gone.

Crown Casino, Melbourne, Australia (220,000 sq. feet)

Home to the Southern Hemisphere’s second largest casino resort offering, this casino is also where the Asia-Pacific World Poker Series tournament takes place. With 3,000 slots and all your favorite table games you’ll be in casino heaven.

But if that doesn’t float your boat you can get your kicks from laser tag, bowling, or at one of the many nightclubs.

It’s famous for its celebrity guests who’ve been known to come and be entertained in the 1,500-seat ballroom. But if that still doesn’t convince you, let the high-brow restaurants or elegant hotels offering 1,604 rooms, take you to your magic place. So what if there’s a 5-star price tag? It’s a 5-star venue and stay at the Crown Towers.

Rio Hotel Casino, Klerksdorp, South Africa (266,330 sq. feet)

Known until 2006 as the Tusk Rio Casino Resort it is now the largest casino in the Southern Hemisphere, teeming with fun and games. If you’re not enticed in by the private poker rooms and table games, or grand selection of 257 slot machines then have a go on the go-karts!

And the kids have their own arcade, so whilst you soak it up on the gaming floor or in the huge entertainment complex or the Escapades Theatre, you can be assured that they’ll be having fun too.

If you’re looking to kick back and get some rest then fear not, there are 70 rooms to choose from in-house all done in a tasteful and elegant style. One of the largest casinos in the world that also caters for families!

MGM Casino, Macau, China (267,000 sq. feet)

This vast casino offers players and visitors an impressive array of gaming options across its two giant floors. Choose from 1,145 slots and 400 tables before heading back to one of the 600 suites. The hotel facilities are in a 35-storey tower that also offer a chance for some TLC in the spa and gym, or splash out in the mall where you’ll find top brands and delicious restaurants.

Not only is there plenty to do whilst you’re here, you can also use the exterior as a time travel machine as it will transport you back to the Lisbon train station of the 1800’s. History and culture trip sorted!

Casino Ponte 16, Macau, China (270,000 sq. feet)

With stunning architecture paying tribute to Macau’s Portuguese heritage and a gold mine spot on a UNESCO site, this casino is definitely up there on the list of the largest casinos in the world.

Not only does it offer fantastic gaming facilities in the form of over 300 slot machines, 109 gaming tables and two VIP halls, because of its location the views from the hotel rooms across the city skyline are incredible. You can soak uyp the beauty in one of the 423 beautiful rooms.

City of Dreams Casino, Macau, China (420,000 sq. feet)

With a name like that there’s a lot to live up to, but this place really does deliver. Boasting a mega 1,515 slots and 450 live dealer tables, there is so much to play here. But that’s merely the tip of the iceberg.

Macau’s biggest nightclub with an impressive immersive LED installment, and the House of Dancing Water Show will tempt you away from the gaming. Two things that absolutely shouldn’t be missed and give the whole place a young, hipster vibe. There are four hotels and an enormous 175 sq. feet shopping complex where you can splash all your winnings.

Montréal Casino, Québec (526,488 sq. feet)

Made up of three interconnected buildings this casino is unlike any other with its many windows and low ceilings. The main building is set over six floors and you can get stuck into over 3,200 slots machines, 115 live game tables, as well as plenty of Keno and electronic games.

With great bars and restaurants to choose from too and an amazing cabaret show, you’ll be tempted in by more than just the gambling.

The Venatian, Macau, China (546,000 sq. feet)

The largest casino offering from the legendary location that is Macau. This casino not only impresses through sheer scale but also with the razzle-dazzle. If you’re after luxury and glitz, this is where you want to be playing.

There are 6,000 slot machines and 824 tables for endless fun, as well as 24 different restaurants and four swimming pools. On top of this, you can get your retail therapy from any of the three massive shopping areas and wind down in a luxury suite – there are 2,905 to choose from.

WinStar World Casino Resort, Oklahoma, US (600,000 sq. feet)

Whilst Las Vegas and Macau are the world’s big gambling destinations, it’s this southern state’s empire that takes the hotspot position on the list of the world’s largest casino. With over 8,400 slots to get your hands on, a poker room with 55 tables, and 100 table games you’ll never be bored.

Foxwoods Resort Casino, Connecticut, US (9,000,000 sq. feet)

Ok, so little cheat on the massive figure here because this resort has seven casinos for you. That’s right, you could go for a week and only just about cover them all.

And there’s plenty to choose from regarding your gaming options, with 250 table games and over 3,400 slots. But it doesn’t just end there. You can relax in the world-renowned spas or take aim on the golf course.

If luxury shopping is your thing then you’ll love the Tanger Outlet Mall with 85 high-end shops and located right between the two hotel towers where you’ll find 2,226 rooms. Plenty of food and drink options here, including a Hard Rock Café and gourmet cuisine.