Denmark Land Based Casinos



Casino Aalborg

denmark-casinosHousing 30 slot machines and three different types of live table games (American Roulette, Blackjack, and Texas Holdem Poker)the average visitor will find pretty much anything they are looking for in this small casino. The dress code is casual and you must be at least 18 to play. There is a 60 DKK (Danish Krone) entrance fee, but you can go to the slots room for free Sunday to Thursday.

Casino Copenhagen

This casino is home to 140 slots machines and 24 different game tables. Whether you want to try your hand at the King Kong Cash slot machine or hitting 21 at Blackjack, there is sure to be something for you to play. There is a small entrance fee, but you can also choose from an array of packages from the Weekly Ticket to the Annual Ticket. Dress code is business casual and you must be 18 to play.

Casino Marienlyst

The eldest of the casinos in Denmark, it is also one of the most beautiful. The beach is located just outside and you have an amazing view of the ocean from any of the 6 poker tables. With 100 games to choose from, you will be sure to find the perfect table or machine for you. Dress code is casual (no sandals allowed), and you must not have any electronics such as a walkman. Must be 18 to play.

Casino Munkebjerg Vejle

The Casino Munkebjerg Vejle is unique in the sense that it has the largest variety of table games for you to play as well as a wide array of slot machines. The casino is home to the infamous Jackpot restaurant which serves gourmet food and allows you to watch the players while drinking from an extensive wine list. There is a 60 DKK entrance fee and you must be 18 to play. Dress code is “smart casual” which means no shorts, sports shoes, or t-shirts.

Casino Odense

Offering 40 slot machines and 8 different live table games, the Casino Odense is a midsize casino. The casino offers the classic table games suck as Roulette and Blackjack. Those wanting to play Poker will find 3 cash tables. Dress code is proper casual. You must be 18 to play and there is a 60 DKK entrance fee.

Royal Scandinavian Casino

This casino has 60 slot machines and 5 live table games. With a wide selection of slot machines and electronic Roulette, the gamer in you will preen as you enter the slots room. The dress code is casual and you must be 18 to play. The fee is anywhere in between 20 and 70 DKK to play.

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