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Smoke in Casinos

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Smoke in Casinos

Are there non smoking casinos on Palm-Eagle Beach?

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1. Re: Smoke in Casinos

No, all Casino's allow smoking.

Royal Palm Beach...
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2. Re: Smoke in Casinos

Which are the most tolerant to non smokers.

Niskayuna, New York
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3. Re: Smoke in Casinos

It depends how many smokers are present. I hate smoke with the heat of 1000 suns, so I no longer even venture into any casinos in Aruba. I'm sorry. I hope you are able to find one that makes you happy and doesn't make you ill.

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4. Re: Smoke in Casinos

Maybe because it was new, but this past trip, we found the Ritz Casino the most smoke free!

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5. Re: Smoke in Casinos

Essentially, there are no non-smoking casinos in Aruba. They do not even have non-smoking areas that we are aware of. Best you can do is go during off hours and stay away from the smokers that will still be there.

We also found the Ritz Casino to be the least smoky it are not sure why.

Edited: 22 June 2014, 18:01
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Seem to be typing too fast for our computer - meant to say: We also found the Ritz Casino to be the least smoky but are not sure why.

Lakewood, New Jersey
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7. Re: Smoke in Casinos

I agree...Ritz wasn't too smokey but also not very busy. Hyatt and Marriott were both very smokey.

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8. Re: Smoke in Casinos

No. We play tables at the Marriott and some times we can get them to make the table non-smoking. But that rarely happens.

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We, we ,we,, your posts kill me

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10. Re: Smoke in Casinos

Yes, all casinos allow smoking. Aruba is one of the few places left that I can go into a casino and light up a cigar, and hope it never changes. The non smokers seem to want to stop smoking everywhere , relax your in the islands.

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