Biggest casinos in the world

For your chance to win the biggest prizes, where would you say is the best place to head to? Sure, you can go to the local pub and try your luck at the fruit machines, though these are now certainly heading in the direction of being archaic what with the rise of online gaming, you find there’s a definitive charm to them once you have given them a go. You can play at Cozino today!


But, it makes sense that the best games and the biggest prizes will be found in the biggest casinos. However, finding them isn’t always the easiest task, so we’ve whittled it down for you, in no particular order.

Foxwood’s Resort Casino 

Of course, the first stop would be Las Vegas. Or so you’d think… but actually, perhaps surprisingly, the biggest casino in America is actually based in Ledyard, Western Connecticut. It makes up six casinos and covers more than 9,000,000 square feet, owned by Mashantucket Pequot Tribe Nation, and houses the largest poker room that’s not in California - WPT World Poker Tour Room. 

MGM Grand Las Vegas 

Speaking of Vegas, this article wouldn’t be a round up of the biggest casinos in the world without giving them at least a mention. Hosting around 2,639 slot and table games, MGM Grand in Las Vegas covers a whopping 171,500 square feet and is well worth a visit if not for the games but for the five pools which cover 6.5 acres along with some serene river views. It opened in 1993 and earned the title of being the largest hotel in the world.

It was once renowned for its lion habitat which houses live lions in its casino, but now guests are invited to enjoy their part playing in an interactive experience in which they must solve crimes, themed with inspiration from the popular TV show CSI.

Trilenium Casino

Spanning a gargantuan 180,000 square feet with around 1,975 slot and table games, with five bars and restaurants the Trilenium Casino takes no prisoners. Previously known as Casnino de Tigre, it’s based in Buenos Aires and though not the biggest casino on this list, it's certainly one of them, as it’s the largest casino in South America and is home to some of the best restaurants in its province.

Trilenium Casino also has a lot to offer, including live music every week and of course the many gaming experiences on offer across the site. 

Crown Casino

Boasting around 3,000 slot and table games across a site of 220,000 square feet, Crown Casino in Melbourne, Australia, is not one to be missed.


There’s over 50 bars and restaurants and it’s worth noting that the Casino made headlines back in 1997 when actor Rachel Griffiths streaked through it at its grand opening ceremony. Now, it makes headlines as it’s the second-largest casino in the Southern Hemisphere and home of the World Series of Poker, Asia Pacific series, alongside its 1,500 capacity ballrooms which host numerous high-profile award shows and galas.

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