Casinos, Buenos Aires
This is the only Casino we have in the capital, the other one is in Tigre that it's at the province.
You can go to Cordoba Av. and Alem Av. and in the parking that is in the corner, you can take a van that takes you to the casino for free.
You are not allowed to take pictures inside the casino.
They don't exchange dollars there, you have dollar tables and slots, but you must bet in dollars. otherwise, all the rest is in pesos.
Inside the casino they have ATM.
If you play in the most expensive tables drinks are for free.
They sell cigarettes there but almost 50% more expensive than in kioscos.
Este es el unico casino que hay en la capital. El otro queda en Tigre, que es en la provincia.
Podes ir a Cordoba y Alem y en la playa de estacionamiento que hay ahi tomar una camioneta que te lleva al casino gratis.
No cambian dolares ahi, hay mesas y maquinas tragamonedas en dolares, pero la apuesta es valor dolar. Sino, todo el resto de las maquinas y mesas es para jugar en pesos.
Dentro del casino hay cajeros automaticos.
En las mesas de apuestas mas altas los tragos son gratis.
Venden cigarrillos ahi, pero casi un 50% mas caros que en kioscos.
I dont know if you like, but I LOVE Casinos...
Here we have two Casinos, one in the city (it's a ship Casino) and the other one in Tigre.
If you go, please invit me! LOL
No se si les gustan los casinos, pero yo los AMO! Aca tenemos dos casinos, uno en capital (casino flotante) y el otro en Tigre.
Si van, por favor invitenme!!! =)
Dress Code: Nothing special...
Nada en especial...
The casino in nothing to brag about in BA. Nothing to offer other than gambling, but if you like to gamble, and hate to lose money this is the place to go. Where else can you go and play blackjack, 3 card, etc. for as little as 10 peso a hand. Placing a 25 peso bet made you feel like a high roller and for as little as $200usd we had 5 hours of enjoyment. I love to gamble and have lost more in 5 minutes in Vegas. If for you, like me, it is not about winning money and all about the size of your chip stack, you will have a lot of fun. Again, I must warn you, the casion has nothing more that tables and slots, no entertainment and the crowd can be a little laid back. But bring a friend and $100 and you can have some fun and get away from the tourists.
Near Puerto Madero is a casino. It's on a riverboat, and is almost like a real Vegas casino, except for the rule that the dealer's BJ beats your 21 and even your BJ. Otherwise it's a lot of fun. The table minimum is $10 pesos on everything. If you like gambling, this is a great place to spend a few hours, and a few pesos.
It´s got everything, shows, good restaurants and a lot of games.
Dress Code: Sorry, I don´t know. I will find out.