March 18, 2017

A Guide to Manila’s Biggest Casinos

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  • They say all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. If you’re in Manila and you want to see the city’s gaming scene, here’s a guide of the biggest casinos to visit in town.

    1. Resorts World Manila

    Resorts World Manila is undeniably one of the biggest casinos in Manila. Located near the airport, this entertainment destination is your go-to place for gaming. It has three floors of gaming area which has main casino, slot machines, and table games.

    Location: Newport Boulevard, Newport City, Pasay City, Manila

    1. Solaire Resorts and Casino

    Located in Parañaque, Solaire Resort & Casino is one of the first casinos to be opened in Entertainment City Manila. They have over a thousand slot machines and 300 gaming tables.  It is known to have the “Vegas standard” in terms of gaming in the Philippines.

    Location: 1 Asean Avenue, Entertainment City, Parañaque City, Manila

    Website: https://www.solaireresort.com/casino

    1. City of Dreams Manila

    City of Dreams Manila is the second of four casinos to open in the Entertainment City Manila. With about 365 gaming tables, 1680 slot machines, and 1,680 electronic table games, City of Dreams is also one of the largest gaming destinations there is in Manila.

    Location: Entertainment City, Parañaque, Manila

    1. Midas Hotel & Casino

    Known as the “most centrally located casino in the metro,” Midas Hotel and Casino in Pasay takes pride of having world-class gaming equipment, sleek interiors, and contemporary amenities. Table games offered include baccarat, roulette, and pontoon.

    Location: 2702 Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City, Manila

    1. Casino Filipino – Pavilion

    Casino Filipino is Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation’s (PAGCOR) “pioneer and leading branch among government-owned casinos. Housing three floors of gaming areas, it also has other branches in the country such as in Angeles, Bacolod, Cebu, Davao, Malate, Olongapo, and Tagaytay.

    Location: 2/F Manila Pavilion Hotel, United Nations Ave. cor. Ma. Orosa St., Ermita, Manila

     

    Sources: rwmanila.com; cityofdreamsmanila.com; midashotelandcasino.com; casinofilipino.ph

    Images grabbed from: (1) mindanaoan.com; (2) Solaire’s website;  (3) Midas’ website; (4) Casino Filipino Pavilion

               
               
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