Gaming at Crystal Palace:
The Casino Crystal Palace is a relatively small casino when compared to some of it’s towering neighbors, but still it has plenty to offer. It’s attachment to Casino Lisboa Hotel makes it a conveniently located destination for table games. A perk to the table games here at the Crystal Palace Casino is the relatively low-limit tables. Although you won’t find any Slot machines in the casino itself, a short walk down the hall from the casino will take you to the SJM Slot Hall where you can go for a break from the madness of the table games here at Crystal Palace.
Patrons of the casino can access it via an entrance on Avenue D’Amizade or via the entrance inside the hotel. Be sure to bring HKD as Macau money will not be accepted on the game room floor – this rule holds true for all the casinos in Macau so make note of this fact while you enjoy your stay here.
Crystal Palace Casino
Crystal Palace Casino is part of the offerings of the Hotel Lisboa. It’s a two story casino connected to the Casino Lisboa Hotel. If gambling at the Crystal Palace Casino is part of your planned itinerary during your stay here in Macau, we suggest booking a room at the Casino Lisboa Hotel for easier access to the game room. Booking at the Casino Lisboa Hotel is cheaper than many of the higher-end luxury hotel accommodations of the downtown Macau area so if you’re on a budget this will be a decision you’ll thank yourself for later. Slightly nicer accommodations at a higher price can be found nearby at the Grand Lisboa Casino & Hotel of course. All of the above mentioned properties are owned and operated by SJM holdings and are Stanley Ho casinos, which means you can expect a certain level of quality and comfort at these locations. The casino has 36 table games available. There are no slots machines here unfortunately (if that’s what you’re after) however, there is an SJM Slot Hall if you wander down the hall not far from the main game room floor.
Staying at any of the hotels in this area is sure to guarantee you get the most out of your stay in Macau thanks to the centralized locations of all the major casinos. While the Crystal Palace Casino and the Hotel Lisboa both have a lot to offer guests, the surrounding hotels and casinos are all within walking distance and have even more to explore. While you stay in the Hotel Lisboa you are in close proximity to the Kam Pek Paradise Casino, Wynn Macau, Grand Lisboa, and President Hotel & Casino (another great hotel choice if you’re traveling Macau on a budget). Needless to say, Macau has quite a lot to offer in the downtown sector alone, but venturing not far from the downtown region you can find yourself at Fisherman’s Wharf only a short drive from downtown, or if you head the other direction you could explore the Inner Harbor region of Macau, both of which have properties you can read more about here on our site.
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