Guadeloupe Casinos

Guadeloupe Casinos

The French possession of​ Guadeloupe conjures up images of​ endless sunshine beating down on​ perfect white sandy beaches and deep blue Carribean seas. Stay a​ little longer and you will enjoy the​ islands' (there are two,​ connected by a​ bridge) fantastic rain forests,​ waterfalls,​ and beautiful and cosmopolitan villages. Yet,​ when the​ sun goes down,​ the​ island offers nightlife no less colorful than its fabulous setting - including two Guadeloupe casinos for those who want the​ thrill of​ trying their luck on​ the​ gaming tables.

Surprisingly,​ neither of​ Guadeloupe's casinos is​ found in​ the​ capital Basse-Terre or​ in​ its commercial capital,​ Pointe-à-Pitre. Instead,​ they are located in​ two of​ the​ country's premier resorts,​ Gosier and Saint Francois.

The reason for Gosier's reputation is​ obvious as​ soon as​ you arrive - it​ has five miles of​ sandy beaches and some of​ the​ best restaurants and nightlife in​ Guadeloupe. in​ addition,​ the​ laid-back French lifestyle of​ the​ area is​ very appealing to​ locals and tourists alike. at​ the​ center of​ this scene is​ the​ Casino de Gosier,​ found at​ 43 Pointe de la Verdure,​ and open from 12 pm to​ 3 am on​ Tuesday to​ Sunday (it is​ closed on​ Mondays). Fancy your luck? There are 115 slot machines,​ which should be enough for even the​ most committed gambler,​ and for those with the​ nerve to​ play the​ gaming tables,​ there are seven table games,​ including blackjack and poker. the​ casino adjoins a​ 200-room hotel that has an​ American restaurant,​ and like most places in​ this enchanting country,​ a​ beach is​ just a​ stone's throw away.

The other Guadeloupe casino is​ the​ Casino de la Marina in​ Saint Francois. Saint Francois is​ another of​ the​ major resort towns of​ Guadeloupe and an​ important fishing port. it​ is​ located on​ the​ Grande-Terre Island and has some of​ the​ most popular beaches and bays,​ as​ well as​ an​ international standard 18-hole golf course. the​ marina is​ a​ focal point for tourists; with many charming restaurants and grand luxury hotels surrounding it,​ and overlooking all of​ these is​ the​ casino. it​ is​ open every day of​ the​ week from 3 pm to​ 3 am,​ and offers 49 slot machines and three table games,​ playing baccarat,​ blackjack,​ Chemin de Fer,​ craps,​ and roulette. When you are tired of​ gambling,​ there is​ a​ restaurant and nightclub as​ part of​ the​ complex to​ allow you to​ continue the​ party,​ or​ you can head down the​ cliff to​ savor the​ nightlife buzzing by the​ harbor side.

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