Here is my count of the table games:. You didn't hear this from me, but the slot play is fully cashable -- just put in the voucher and hit "cash out," no bet required. He also incorrectly argued that the game was actually a better value for the player because at the same time they switched to the stingy Atlantic City they added the C5 side bet, which carries an 8. A grand casino in the truest sense of the word. Roulette is played on a single-zero wheel.
The restaurant here is very good and has a decent selection. I like to play a slot game and this one is really in the city center of zurich, its a walking distance from Zurich HB, i visited this place few time already, i like the other one near by the seedam plaza, but this one Had a great night at swiss casino zurich The casino itself is pretty decent, just doesn't have the certain je ne sais quoi that a casino should have.
No dress code, no piano bar, rather average smokers lounge. While the property was nice and the staff friendly and accommodating, you can tell by the offerings they don't want to take any risks here so you'll be lucky to leave a winner. You are greeted by a mandatory entry fee but they offer a We visited this casino on our last night in Zurich. Its 10 minutes walking distance from 'Zurich HB' railway station. The ambiance was good. They were having a separate smoker players.
At the first sight it looks very good but u get little surprised when Entrance fee CHF They will take your money as all casinos and don't even try to give you a nice client experience while doing that..
Actually they don't even treat you as a guest, more as Flights Vacation Rentals Restaurants Things to do. All of your saved places can be found here in My Trips. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers. Hours, Address, Casino Zurich Reviews: Sun - Thu Fri - Sat Gessnerallee Postfach , Zurich , Switzerland. Reviewed March 5, Reviewed September 1, A grand casino in the truest sense of the word.
Switzerland's largest casino offers first-class entertainment. Open Now Hours Today: Is there a recommended dress code for this place or activity? Would you send a friend who is visiting for the first time to this place or activity?
Is this a must-do if you are traveling with a big group greater than 5? Is this place or activity good for small groups less than four?
Are the prices for this place or activity expensive? Is there a suggested donation to enter this place? Can this place or activity comfortably accomodate people using a wheelchair? Would you associate this place or activity with entertainment? Do you need to present an Identification Card when visiting this attraction? Speaking for myself only, I prefer the touch and feel of chips.
I'm sure I-tables result in more hands per hour for the casino and zero payment errors. The felt indicated the pay tables for both games. Stadium-style baccarat was available. The touchscreens indicated that in additional to the usual bets they offered side bets on the Egalities and the Royal Match.
The Egalities followed the usual pay table, as follows:. I took some discrete pictures of the odds available on the sports betting kiosk. Considering it was automated, the odds varied considerably from one game to another.
Here is what I observed about betting on soccer or football for my European readers based on a sampling of five games for each bet. My own experience playing consisted of about half an hour each on blackjack and Ultimate Texas Hold 'Me. Both were played on I-Tables. No interaction at all with the dealer or other players. Everyone just sat there and played. However, in Ultimate Texas Hold 'Me, players often showed each other their cards, to which the dealer said nothing. The admiral casino is located in what looks like an industrial part of northern Liechtenstein.
Although the country seems microscopic on a globe, it is still about 25 kilometers north to south. The casino is located about 15 kilometers north of the primary city, Vaduz.
Unless you need an auto part, or something like that, I can't think of any other reason to visit the northern tip of Liechtenstein. In all fairness, the casino manager on duty at the time said they were planning to relocate to a larger facility.
I forgot to ask if it would be better located. The casino is divided between smoking and non-smoking rooms, separated by a glass wall.
The smoking half was slots only and the non-smoking half was mostly table games with some slots along the wall. Both halves were quite small. As I recall, the table game side had about six tables. The Swiss frank is the national currency of Liechtenstein as well as the casino. They have a policy where if you convert Euros to Franks to play table games, you can convert back at the same rate when you are done playing.
The machines do not have this policy. As I recall, the machines accept both Franks and Euros but will will convert Euros to Franks at whatever rate they choose. When you cash out, you will be paid in Franks. I welcome correction if this is in error. The blackjack and roulette rules were standard for Europe. The blackjack tables offered three side bets:. Quite a range in house edge there.
I commented on it to the casino manager on duty, who spoke English, but he didn't say anything back. That lack of a response I've seen many times before in pointing out ridiculous rules to casino management.
I wandered into the casino in the early afternoon on a Saturday and the casino was nearly empty. I would estimate about a half dozen slot players.
The table games were not open. They open in the evening but I don't recall at exactly what time. As long as I was in Liechtenstein, there was no question that I would have to cross the border into Austria to cross another country off my list. My friend Stephen was very kind in humoring this request and drove me to the nearby western-Austrian town of Brengenz, which lies along a scenic lake and is big enough to have a casino. This was a fairly big casino, especially compared to the size of the town.
It was two floors, one smoking and one non-smoking. Both floors had a mix of machines and table games. As a general rule, players must pay bar prices for all drinks, including non-alcoholic. The dress code requires a collared shirt and a jacket for men. Many European casinos charge a membership fee for new players, which they reimburse the player for in the form of non-negotiable chips the use until you lose type.
You didn't hear this from me, but the slot play is fully cashable -- just put in the voucher and hit "cash out," no bet required. When I visit a casino in a foreign country, I can be a huge pain to the casino staff and management with all my questions. In this case, my friend Stephen, who speaks German, was a great sidekick at torturing the staff. He helped me as a translator and had a good sense for things I would find interesting to ask about.
Stephen was very astute in noticing the table felt for Easy Hold 'Em said that a straight or better was required to win the Ante bet the Las Vegas rule , but the rule booklet said that a flush was required the Atlantic City rule. When we brought this to the casino manager's attention, he evidently wasn't aware of the contradiction, but said that the stingier felt rule was correct and that the rule booklet was outdated.
He also incorrectly argued that the game was actually a better value for the player because at the same time they switched to the stingy Atlantic City they added the C5 side bet, which carries an 8. I don't understand how you can make two rule changes that both make it a worse game for the player and conclude it is better for players.
It seemed the same kind of logic, adding negative numbers to get a positive one, that betting system players firmly believe in. After questioning about this and other topics, I thought he found me about as annoying as women find me when I torture them mercilessly with trivia questions, which is usually the only thing I can find to talk to them about.
However, surprisingly, the casino manager asked us if we wanted a drink.