City of Dreams Macau

City of Dreams Macau  Introduction

City of Dreams is a Casino in Macau China. It was built by Melco Crown Entertainment who are also the current owners and management of the casino. This land-based casino opened their doors on the 1st June 2009 with a total gaming space of 420 000 square feet. It also has 2270 rooms expressly set aside for the High Rollers. The casino consists of five towers which are 2 Grand Hyatt Macau Towers, NUWA known previously as the Crown Towers, The Countdown Hotel formerly known as Hard Rock Hotel, and the Morpheus.

There are three separate casinos with 1514 gaming machines and 450 table games. There are 30 restaurants and bars and approximately 175 000 square feet of high-end retail space spread across two levels.

City of Dreams Attractions

City of Dreams is not merely about gambling. There is so much more to this land-based Hotel and Casino. Visitors will be enamoured by the Aquarium or the Vquarium, which is four video walls that display images of subsea ocean scenes on the acrylic.

Then there is the Bubble Fountain which features a large water sphere and the Dancing Water Feature. It’s a show called “The House of Dancing Water” and can be seen at the Dancing Water Theatre, which contains one of the world’s largest commercial pools.

Casino Games at City of Dreams Macau

City of Dreams Casino has the following games available;

  • Baccarat

  • Commission Free Baccarat

  • Blackjack

  • Caribbean Stud Poker

  • Craps

  • Roulette

  • Sic Bo

  • Three Card Poker

They also have a VIP Programme with comp allowances and cashback for their high roller clients. It’s a City of Dreams guaranteed with everything in one place: casinos, night clubs, gyms, shopping, restaurants and more. A one-stop destination for the rich and famous, as well as avid gamblers.

On the Job

On the Job

Crown Casino Melbourne

Crown Casino Melbourne  Introduction

Crown Casino Melbourne is located on the south bank of the Yarra River in Melbourne Australia. It initially opened in 1994 on the north bank of the river and relocated to the south side in 1997 and today is still one of the central features of the Southbank precinct. The entire complex is the size of two city blocks making it the largest casino in the Southern Hemisphere. It also hosts four hotels, and it is accessible by tram routes all passing by Melbourne City Centre and Southern Cross railway station.

About Crown Casino

On the opening night, the actress Rachel Griffiths infamously ran through the casino topless in protest of the project. Crown Casino is open 24/7 except for Christmas Day, Good Friday and Anzac Day when it closes between 4 am to midday.

They have a license for 540 tables and 3500 poker machines with values ranging from one cent to one dollar. They also offer other games like craps, blackjack, poker pai gow, baccarat and Roulette. This casino was also the first to introduce an electronic version of Roulette known as Rapid Roulette. Added to their selection of games is the electronic Vegas Star Roulette and Rapid Baccarat. The slot machines at Crown Casino are by Ainsworth, Aristocrat, IGT, Konami, Shuffle Master and WMS Gaming.

The Crown also hosts the Aussie Millions, currently the wealthiest Poker event in the Southern Hemisphere. In 2013 it became home to the World Series of Poker Asia Pacific, the latest expansion of the WOSP.

Incidents at the Crown Casino

In 2013 a player who had access to Crown Casinos security feeds via an accomplice cheated the casino out of $33 million. Two years later Rochelle Nolan and de facto wife of comedian Russell Gilbert committed suicide in one of the hotel rooms, and 2016 eighteen employees of Crown Casino were detained by Chinese police accused of gambling crimes.

Crown Casino has also had notable guests, including Nicole Kidman, Tom Cruise, Katie Holmes, Katy Perry, Kim Kardashian, One Direction, Tiger Woods and Roger.

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