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Wynn Macau ranked number one in SlotsUp's top 20 casinos

SlotsUp has undertaken research into almost 80 casinos around the world, to see where the best casinos are located.

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Using 17 different factors, each casino has been scored on factors such as price of entry, choice of games and amenities, ease of access in terms of travel plus reviews received from visitors. Safety is also a factor, looking at the specific location of the casino.

Rated out of 170, a top 20 ranking has been created and the data reveals that the best casino in the world is the Wynn Macau in China, with an overall score of 142 out of 170.

The venue offers nine varied restaurants, 1,500 different games to play, 28 shops, a spa, pool, gym, hotel and an art gallery. It’s also free to enter.

The Wynn Macau’s top line states that it is “sophisticatedly designed in luxurious grandeur – offering both the serenity and vibrancy you are searching for.”

Closely following in second place is The Venetian in Las Vegas which scored 141 out of 170. Guests can enjoy 35 restaurants, play over 1,400 games, and visit the 116 shops, nine bars, pool, spa and gym. Plus, of course, guests can stay at the hotel containing 7,000 rooms.

What dropped The Venetian into second place were the reviews and cleanliness scores. While The Wynn Macau has a five-star rating on TripAdvisor and 15% of all reviews mention cleanliness, The Venetian has a 4.5-star rating and only 4% of reviews mention cleanliness.

Despite this, three of the world’s top four casinos are located in Las Vegas. The Aria reached third place with 138.14 out of 170, followed by Bellagio in fourth with a total of 136.94. 

The top 10 also saw Resorts World in Sentosa, Singapore, reach fifth place, scoring 136. Located off the southern coast of Singapore, Resorts World is an expert in knowing the gaming preference of the Asian market.

Open 24 hours a day and seven days a week, visitors can visit the 33 restaurants plus choose from 2,900 games, 30 shops and enjoy a relax at the spa and pool facilities.

In sixth, we have the Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas, seventh, Crown Melbourne (despite its regulatory issues of late!), eighth position goes to Galaxy Hotel in Macau, ninth is Venetian Casino in Macau and 10th, City of Dreams in Macau.


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