Situated in St Julians, the Dragonara Casino is housed in a 19th century seaside palace which was originally built as the summer residence of the Marquis Scicluna.
The original architecture creates a magnificent backdrop to one of Malta’s most respected casinos, which operates more than 300 state-of-the-art slot machines, 18 live table games and also has a spacious non-smoking area. Entrance is free, and patrons can use any of the 150 parking bays available.
The four-star Dolmen Hotel Resort in Bugibba is home to the Oracle Casino. The Oracle boasts a variety of gaming tables, daily poker tournaments and cash games, as well as slots machines with bets starting from just one cent.
If you want to step out of the afternoon sun, there is live betting in the Sports Lounge, where cold drinks and pizza are served every day from noon till late.
If a fun night out is what you’re after, then Portomaso Casino might be just what you’re looking for. Surrounded by top-notch restaurants, cafes and wine bars, not to mention Malta’s most exclusive yacht marina, this casino is decked with the latest slot machines, the most popular table games and offers all the amenities one would need for a relaxing evening.
Portomaso is Malta’s undisputed leader in hosting international poker events, as well as daily tournaments and cash games.
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The newest of Malta’s casinos, Casino Malta is also the most extravagant. In addition to over 300 of the newest slot machines on the islands and 29 tables, it offers themed events, competitions, cultural events and international poker tournaments.
There are also weekly Las Vegas-style shows and a lounge bar with a vast choice of delicious cocktails.