The casino of Murcia is declared a national historic monument and is a private entity that has social and cultural character. The casino is one of the most iconic building of Murcia, located in the center near the cathedral. The building dates back to the nineteenth century and combines different architectural and decorative styles, highlighting the Arab courtyard, library, powder room, dining room, patio Pompeian and dance halls and pool. It was recently restored.
Santander's casino is located on the promenade of El Sardinero, in the most luxurious part of the city, opposite the Hotel Sardinero. It is a neoclassical building built in 1916 as a theatre which staged major social events for the aristocracy of the time. It was closed however, during the Civil War. In 1978 it was restored and reopened as a casino. It now has a restaurant, banquet hall, cafe, nightclub, exhibition hall, and two games rooms, one with fruit machines and another to play blackjack, poker and roulette. The casino also organizes cultural events such as the International Festival of Santander, as well as exhibitions and press conferences.
Located in a 1,500 square meter business park is the Grand Casino Cartagena, which has several tables such as American Roulette, Blackjack and Poker as well as over 43 slot machines. An a la carte restaurant with extensive menu of international cuisine or tapas and sandwiches offering a quick and informal dinner at the bar.
In the Casino de Aranjuez luxury permeates, it's incredible!. There is an impressive foyer, big contemporary décor. There is the counter where they have to credit you and pay a fee of € 3. Once inside, there are many rooms: the main room is for gambling, where you can find roulette tables, poker, black jack ... And attached to it the slot machines, and a private lounge. There are 2 restaurants, the fine dining and buffet, and a pub and a cafe where they also have something to snack on. Weekends there are shows. The bathrooms are incredible. A big room full of mirrors with gold and black marble panels! I stayed at the Barcelo, which is next door, and I gave away an invitation to enter, though, to play anything because the stakes were very expensive . It is worth visiting if only to turn around and take something because it's worth seeing. You can not take pictures ... It is located at the entrance of Aranjuez, Pau area in the Mount next to Barcelo. Of course there is free parking, with valet service, but put a bus service to and from the center of Madrid.
The Casino is a landmark of the city, and it is located in the downtown area which is on Main Street. I do not know if it really works as casino, but from what I saw there is the cafe next to the entrance, via the staircase. It is a two-storey building, which after being used as municipal offices, was refurbished in the early twentieth century by James Romero to house the headquarters of the Society of the Casino de Palencia. The ground floor has a porch with a mural by Rafael Oliva. I recommend going is you happen to be in the area and can spare time.
Casino de Llanes is in the historic center, next to the Town Hall and Main Street, in El Castillo. It's an eclectic modernist style building that was built with Indian Capital in 1910, ie it is one of the best examples of houses in the fishing village of Llanes. It was built on the old covered market dating back to the 19th century. Its architect was Morán, which worked from 1908 to 1910 with the design of the first architect who designed it in 1907 called John M. De Mendoza.
The Casino of Puerto de la Cruz is located inside the Martiánez Complex and was opened in July 2006. It was previously in Park Mountain Taora in the upper area of the city, and was built on the premises of Hotel Taoro. Admission to the exhibition costs € 3.50, but to enter the casino you will find invitations in all of the tourist offices and hotels. It has an international restaurant and café - a terrace and a games room. You can play poker, blackjack and American roulette, in addition to a spot of gambling on one of the many slot machines.
The old Casino of Puerto de la Cruz was in Taoro Park, on the premises of Hotel Taora and was the first hotel in town, dating from 1890, which in recent years has been run by the Husa chain until it closed its doors in 1975 (the casino closed in 2006). The building is now being restored to house a new hotel and the Casino of Puerto de la Cruz is located in the resort Martiánez. This should be an interesting and exciting place for the many tourists of the city to visit.
The Casino de La Laguna was founded in 1899 and since then has had a number of different venues. It has been owned by Martin Rodriguez Diaz-Llanos since 1973 and is now located in Nava and Grimón No. 7, a few steps from the Plaza del Adelantado. The eclectic building was built in the early nineteenth century by the architect Mariano Estanca, in a predominantly modernist style. The corner of the building has a beautiful courtyard garden which is used as a terrace cafe bar. The Casino organizes sports and cultural activities and there is also a good restaurant, "La Tasca". In 1999, the institution received the Gold Medal of the city. It is definitely worth a visit.
The Lyceum-Casino is located in Pontevedra in the heart of the historic area of the city and is a partnership of the oldest recreational centres, having been founded in the nineteenth century and undergoing several renovations through generations. In 1980 it suffered a major fire and had to be rebuilt and it was not until the year 1983 (three years later) that this great building opened again to shine, thanks to the efforts of the partners. This meant a clean slate for the Casino which opened in 1983. A historic event took place in 1957 and from that year a royal personage was a regular visitor, the current King Juan Carlos who studied in the nearby School of Naval Studies.
This recently refurbished building celebrating its 125th anniversary is highlighted by its gastrocasino with a chill-out terrace overlooking the old town of the city. It is highly recommended for its food, atmosphere and permanent exhibitions.