On 4 December 1992, Austria’s youngest casino opened its doors after 19 months of construction at the Innsbruck Hilton (then Scandic Crown).
It took the form of a modern glass and steel annex to the hotel and was officially opened by the Italian film star Ornella Muti, who rolled the first ball in the roulette wheel. (wow! Great Star!)
A Jackpot Corner was added on the ground floor in 1995 and the total area of the casino is now 2,900 m². Under the building is a car park for 750 vehicles with direct access to the casino foyer. In response to the demand for an event facility, the Casineum was opened in 1997.
Nowadays is teh perfect place to enjoy a great night!
Dress Code: Just dress according this place...
The Casino Innsbruck is a really nice place to spend your time..provided you have enough Euros in your pocket! A very sophisticated casino with the roulettes and the slot machines (where I lost all the money I made!) is a great way to spend your evening while sipping some champagne!
Dress Code: Formal Clothes with formal shoes. I dont think jeans or sneakers are allowed.
Casino Austria has a rather new casino in the very centre of Innsbruck, next to the Hilton Hotel and only 100 meters from the Triumphpforte.
They offer Roulette, Black Jack and lots of slotmachines, where you may also win a precious Austria-wide jackpot (when you are lucky)
Dress Code: Casinos Austria does not ask you for any formal dresses, But decent clothings. get there like you would dress, when you make a visit at good friends.
There is a Piano Bar in the Casino on the 3rd floor. Jackpot Corner Bar is on one side located in the hotel area.