Casino Lisboa

Lisbon, Portugal

Casino Lisboa is located at Lisbon’s Park Of The Nations in Portugal’s capital city and is a major landmark, with 165,000 square feet of gaming space, over 1,000 slot machines, 26 table games, and 2 live action poker tables. The casino is owned by Estoril-Sol, whose Chairman of the Board is Dr. Stanley Ho. The casino opened in April of 2006 and operates 12 hours each day except December 24th of each year when they are closed.

Although there are no associated properties the casino is served by four hotels and features two entertainment venues, a state of the art three-ring rotating lounge stage, and three restaurants.

Sister casinos in Portugal include Casino Estoril and Casino da Póvoa.

Choose from over 1,000 slot machines and 26 table games when you play at Casino Lisboa, an entertainment complex in Lisbon offering leisure and entertainment with casino games, live music and shows, fine cuisine.

The state-of-the-art slot machines feature high definition graphics and sound and players can choose from up to 200 games on a single machine. Slots are located on two floors of the casino.

Table players have the option to play in the informal open space of the Mixed Hall on the first floor, or the more intimate Traditional Games Hall on the second floor. Available games include Roulette, Blackjack, Caribbean Stud Poker, Baccarat and the dice games Banca Francesa (French Bank) and Cussec (Tai Sai/Sic Bo).

Casino Lisboa offers poker tournaments and cash games spreading Texas Hold ’em and Omaha.

Café do Rio at Casino Lisboa appeals to all ages of diners with a variety of fare ranging from gourmet burgers to pizza and everything in between. The service is fast, friendly, and informal and the environment is relaxing and comfortable. Café do Rio is open until midnight during the week and 1am on weekends but closed Sundays. Reservations are usually not required, but suggested at dinner time and on weekends.

Hua Ta Li Chinese Restaurant at Casino Lisboa is open daily from 7pm until 11pm. Located on the 2nd floor, they offer fine dining with Chinese cuisine to all visitors. Hua Ta Li also has the only private dining room in the casino for those who wish to have a more private or intimate dining experience. The venue is not difficult to locate and if you simply follow the aromas you will find it near the VIP rooms of the casino.

Buffet Clube IN at Casino Lisboa is open from 7:30pm until 11pm daily and offers players a way to receive delicious buffet fare for little or no cost. All of your play is tracked when you use your rewards card on tables or machines and every wager earns you credits. The regular price for the buffet is 15€. If you use 100 points the price is reduced to 10€. To dine free of charge simply use 1,500 points.

The Oceanos Auditorium has seating for over 600 people and is a flexible space with retractable ceiling and a removable backdrop which allows spectators a panoramic view of the casino when occasions call for this. It has become an icon of Portuguese culture as an arts venue featuring performances such as opera, dance, theater, and rock concerts.

Following is a partial list of performers who have graced the stage since the Auditorium opened in 2006: Natalie Choquette, Carlos do Carmo, Mariza, José Pedro Gomes, Ney Matogrosso, Rodrigo Leão, Antonio Márquez, Soweto Gospel Choir, MOMIX, STOMP, Barbara Hendricks, Goran Bregovic, Ana Carolina, Stacey Kent, Ute Lemper, and Madredeus to name a few.

Arena Lounge is located at the heart of Casino Lisboa and features table seating, three rotating rings, and three stages. Bar and café services are offered and the entertainment is non-stop with seemingly random performances for choreographed dancers and acrobats. Multi-media projections and screens add to the excitement, with a giant screen covering 200 square meters.

Casino Lisboa Art Gallery has been hosting and showing the works of contemporary artists and vanguard exhibits from around the globe since they opened on April 19th of 2006.

The works of well-known cultural treasures and artists such as Antony Gormley, Fernando Botero, and Alexander Calder have been exhibited as well as Chinese sculpture.

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