Aruba Casinos

Aruba is a small island in the Caribbean, not far off the coast of Venezuela. Known as “one happy island,” it is a major tourist destination for travelers from all over the world. Many people travel to Aruba to experience the wonderful beaches, great weather, beautiful scenery, a variety of water sports, and the non-stop entertainment and fun of the Aruba casinos. It was played for a number of years, a popular place for the number of tournament play in the World Poker Tour. Some Aruba casinos are open 24 hours, and another at 11:00 clock for slots and 1.00 for the Games open and stay open until the early morning hours. Gambling casinos in Aruba is done with US currency, but the payoffs are rarely as spectacular as what you find in Nevada or New Jersey.

There are several casinos in hotels on the island in the capital Oranjestad and Palm Beach. A generous, Vegas Casino in Aruba is the Stellaris Casino at the Aruba Marriott Resort, with over 18,000 square feet of gaming space. Open from 10.00 clock for clock and 12 slots for games, the excitement of this Aruba casino takes to 04:00 clock The Stellaris has 500 slot machines, 33 table games, such as Baccarat, Blackjack, Craps and Roulette, and 500 bingo seats. The casino features the popular game of Caribbean Stud Poker, which was invented in Aruba in 1988, and has progressive jackpots that can add up to thousands of dollars. The Stellaris Casino also has a live band, large screen TV, and weekly blackjack and slot tournaments.

The Renaissance Crystal and Seaport Casino, also open 24 hours, has 27,000 square meters, with 780 slots and 35 gaming tables, in addition to 600 bingo seats, a race book and sports betting. Another is the Excelsior Casino Aruba Holiday Inn Sun Spree Resort. The Excelsior Casino, open 24 hours, has 257 slots and progressive machines and 16 table games including Blackjack, Roulette, Poker and Craps. In addition, it is the place for the Ultimate Bet Poker Classic, a stop at the world famous World Poker Tour. Poker Players can enter this tournament with either a $ 6,100 buy-in or by winning a satellite tournament, with an estimated prize pool of over $ 4 million dollars.

Other popular Aruba casinos are in various hotels on the island including, at the Radisson Resort, with 330 slots and 17 table games, the Copa Cabana Casino at the Hyatt Regency at Palm Beach, and the Casablanca Casino.

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