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Casino hotel

The Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino is a casino hotel located in Paradise, Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Venetian Macao is located in Macau, China.

A casino hotel is an establishment consisting of a casino with temporary lodging provided in an on-premises hotel. Customers receive the benefits of both gambling facilities and lodging. Since the casino and hotel are located on the same premises, all the gambler's necessities can be provided in one location.

The casino may offer common forms of gambling including slot machines, poker, blackjack, and sports betting. The hotel, which is usually nearby or connected to the casino, provides lodging, food and beverages, swimming pools, valet parking, and other popular hotel services.


  • Statistics 1
  • List of casino hotels 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4


In 2009 in Atlantic City, New Jersey, 22,000 casino hotel employees were represented by Local 54 of the Hotel Employees and Restaurant Employees Union.[1]

In 2011, the casino hotels market was over $48 billion in the United States with nearly 200 establishments in operation.[2]

List of casino hotels

See also


  1. ^ Abadinsky, Howard (2009). Organized Crime. Cengage Learning. p. 281. ISBN 0495599662
  2. ^ Pell Research | Casino Hotels
  • Penner, Richard H.; Adams, Lawrence; Rutes, Walter (2013). Hotel Design, Planning and Development. Routledge. pp. 361- . ISBN 113514088X
  • Kilby, Jim; Fox, Jim; Lucas, Anthony F. (2006). Casino Operations Management. John Wiley & Sons. pp. 49- . ISBN 0470073640
  • Atlantic City Casino Hotel Association (1982). A Report on the Economic Impact of Atlantic City Casino Hotel Operations for 1981. The Association. 6 pages.

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