We want to visit the casinos in Palm Beach while we're on our cruise.
If we take the bus from the port to Palm Beach, where should we be dropped off so that we are at the beginning (or end) of the casinos?
they are located along the entire palm beach strip and over toward marriot and ritz...enjoy
The casinos in aruba are all very small. And most don't open til late afternoon if you want to play the tables. Ritz is at the far end they have one.. then working your way down Palm beach Marriott Hotel, Holiday Inn(although I find this one to be a dump), Hyatt etc...
Start of Palm Beach strip:
Ritz (a far walk from the start of the strip)
I would omit the 2 RIU's. Start at the Hilton. omit Barceló (small Casino), Hyatt is nice, Holiday Inn (never had any luck there) and Marriott Resort (large Casino). Ritz comps good drinks in real glasses.
Downtown near the port is Crystal and Seaport Casino's.Edited: 06 October 2017, 17:29
Thank you ..... just the info. I was looking for.
Why do you recommend omitting the two RIU's?
I really like seaport and Crystal downtown.The Hyatt is also great...Stay away from Alhambra smoky with lousy games in my opinion never have any luck their...Edited: 09 October 2017, 23:29
Ritz has the best drinks and service and I play machines so i don't care about tables and have no expectations of winning but I have fun and a great drink and clean surroundings is key. Depending on what type of player you are, machines or tables. I would say for a day trip go to Marriott because they have some tables going during the day and lots of machines. Hilton also has lots of machines with some tables going on during the day. Good luck!
I enjoy gambling at the Ritz the most for their incredible service and top shelf drinks without begging, lol. When I play poker I play at the Hilton for the most part. There are many casinos close by to check out.Edited: 10 October 2017, 01:49
I prefer gambling at the Ritz. As said, the drinks are in real glasses and you never have to beg to find someone to get you one. You also don't feel closed in, its spread out. If I had to choose, it would be the Ritz first and the Hyatt second.