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Gambling In Aruba

Aruba features eleven casinos and they provide a range of entertainment possibilities. There is informal, casual gambling and at the other end of the spectrum there are glamorous, ornate casinos. In Aruba the gambling age is 18. Most of the casinos open in the afternoon and close right before dawn, although the Aruba Renaissance Resort is open 24 hours. All of the gaming in Aruba casinos is done with U.S. currency so travelers don’t have to bother with changing their money.

Caribbean Stud Poker was invented in Aruba in 1988. Similar to blackjack, players play against the dealer rather than each other in this game. There is a progressive jackpot that can reach amazing heights.

The Wyndham Aruba Resort, Spa & Casino features luxurious accommodations. Options for guests include satellite television, floor-to-ceiling windows and private balconies. The Intermezzo Day Spa offers relaxing treatments. Some of the on-site activities include golf, windsurfing, sailing, scuba diving and deep sea fishing. There is a beach as well as a pool for swimming. The casino offers gaming as well as live entertainment.

Covering 14 acres, the Radisson Aruba Resort and Casino is absolutely beautiful. Gardens, lagoons, waterfalls and breathtaking scenery surround the hotel. Everyone who stays at the Radisson receives a room with a balcony. The rooms are decorated with traditional West Indian furnishings as well as marble bathrooms and teakwood furniture. The on-site gambling makes this resort into a literal paradise.

The Renaissance Beach Resort & Casino offers the only private beaches in Aruba. In addition there are two casinos that are open 24 hours, 15 restaurants, six cinemas, a theater with international live shows, over 130 shops and more.

The Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort and Casino contains the Copacabana Casino, which has a "Carnival in Rio" theme. The styling is recreated to represent the Côte d’Azur. Each night there is a live band that plays Latin tunes and American favorites. The 12-acre hotel is right on the beach. There are two outdoor whirl pools in addition to regular pools with waterfalls and water slides. The water sports center features diving, deep-sea fishing and catamaran cruises.


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