Trinidad and Tobago Casinos

Latest Casino News 01 Apr , 2019 0

Trinidad and Tobago are two separate islands in the West Indies off the coast of Venezuela that comprise the state of Trinidad and Tobago. While the majority (96%) of the islanders stay in Trinidad, the island of Tobago is an exciting vacation destination also. Both islands have exciting casino action for the gambling aficionado. If you do not find the game you're looking for at one casino, chances are you'll find it at another.

The largest of Trinidad and Tobago casinos, Island Club Casino, has 150 slot machines and 19 table games. The casino is located at Churchill Roosevelt and Uriah Butler Highway in Valsayn, Trinidad. Table games include 3-card poker, which is the most popular, and blackjack, Caribbean stud poker, roulette, and Spanish 21.

Ma Pau is located on French street and Araipita Avenue in Port of Spain, Trinidad. The casino features 50 slot machines and three table games: poker, baccarat, and blackjack.

Kaiso Club Casino, located in Canaan, Tobago, is a private members club.

The Royalton Casino in Tobago is next to the Crown Point Beach Hotel in Crown Point. In addition to slot machines, the Royalton Casino features roulette, Caribbean stud poker, blackjack, and 3-card poker. Sitting on Store Bay's white sand beach, you can conveniently stay at the Crown Point Beach Hotel, which has housed many famous guests including Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Margaret, the Beatles, Sammy Davis Jr., and many others. The casino, restaurant, and bar round out this property to meet all your needs.

New Trinidad and Tobago casinos have recently popped up on the islands including Club de Vegas, Club Casanova, Crystal Palace, and others. Some of the casinos on the twin islands have dress codes, so you'll want to check before going out on the town.

In addition to Trinidad and Tobago casinos, the state also features a horse racing facility. Santa Rosa Park is located in Arme, Trinidad, and features thoroughbred racing on two tracks. Santa Rosa Park also has a race book.

The two-island state of Trinidad and Tobago has a state run lottery for those who enjoy this form of gambling. Online terminals at agent locations, along with keno monitors, give players a variety of lottery games from which to choose.



Source by Adel Awwad

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