Largest casinos in the world

When it comes to the biggest casinos ever, we’re talking giants, behemoths, largest and big-guns. Expensive complexes of entertainment that could rival a small town in size. Listed below are not just the biggest casinos in the world, but among the most famous casinos known for a lot more than just their grand size.

8 Biggest casinos in the world

1.WinStar World Casino, Oklahoma, USA (600,000 square feet)

Macau’s brightest and lightest to the post is the WinStar World Casino. Bet to be not only the largest casino in the US but also the biggest casino in the world in the unlikely destination Oklahoma!

With at least 600,000 square feet of gaming space, this super-size casino delivers a knockout blow to rivals with its 7,000+ gaming machines, around 100 table games, 800-capacity bingo hall and non-smoking poker room. Whether you’re a fan of off-track betting or blackjack, you’ll find your favorite game here.

2. Venetian Macau, Macau, China (546,000 square feet)

Another mammoth offering from Macau, and one of the biggest casinos ever, the Venetian is located directly opposite the City of Dreams making it easy to immerse yourself in this exciting, vibrant and contemporary gaming destination.

3. City of Dreams, Macau, China (420,000 square feet)

This mega-casino really is the stuff dreams are made of. Casino patrons flock from far and wide to experience all that this otherworldly 420,000 square foot gaming space has to offer. It looks like a sci-fi-inspired habitat plucked from the future, it provides an illuminated, modern and bold landscape to create an adults’ playground filled with VIP lounges and experiences, and themed gaming areas.  

4. Foxwoods, Ledyard, Connecticut, USA (340,000 square feet)

Managed and owned by the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation, this sprawling resort actually contains six different casinos, meaning there’s a game for everyone.

With an estimation of total area of gaming of between 340,000 — 344,000 square feet, guests will be spoilt for choice with over 250 tables, including the usual suspects like blackjack and craps, and more than 3,400 slot machines.

5. Wynn Macau, Macau, China (273,000 square feet)

Shop, eat, sleep and breathe a life of luxury at this upscale hotel and casino complex. With a gaming area of approximately 273,000 square feet, the resort also features an art gallery, pool, spa, four fine dining restaurants and around 29 designer shops.

6. Ponte 16, Macau, China (270,000 square feet)

Tucked away along the waterside in Macau’s exciting and vibrant Inner Harbor area, players can explore 270,000 square feet of gaming attractions.

These include 109 tables, around 307 slot machines and two VIP halls. With plenty of variety, the resort showcases games such as fan tan, pat kao, American roulette, three card baccarat and face-up blackjack.

7. Rio Casino Resort, Klerksdorp, South Africa (266,330 square feet)

Get in on around  with 266,330 square feet of gaming action at Rio Casino. Rio casino resort  gets motivated from the carnival atmosphere of the Brazilian city it takes its name from, there’s 24-hour slots to enjoy, with 274 gaming machines and 12 table games overall, plus regular poker tournaments.

8. Sands Macau, Macau, China (229,000 square feet)

A glimmering hub of entertainment set by the water, Sands Macao thanks to its 229,000 square feet of gaming area, encompassing more than 200 tables and over 1,000 slots, all located under its trademark high ceilings. There are easily located spa and theatre facilities, for when you’ve had your fill of the floor.