This only just really qualifies as a casino. It's close to falling in to the realms of an amusement arcade. The staff are friendly and provide complimentary drinks occasionally, but don't expect to have a dealer handing your blackjack hands or someone spinning the roulette wheel, it's all done electronically here.
It has a decent variety of machines and games, but certainly falls short of other big city casinos.
Dress Code: Smart Casual
Incredible place. It costs 3,50 to get in and then it is all on from there. I spent most of the night at the Blckjack tables, and the wife was feeding the slots. A really cool place. we ended going back the next day.
Dress Code: Not really, just Casual Elegant.
What once was a prison today you can try your luck. Amsterdam casino is one of the most modern casinos in the world and only one in the Netherlands where you can play Poker.
You must be 18 years or older to be able to visit this gambling palace. Total has Holland casino in the Netherlands 12 casinos including one casino at Schiphol Airport (the first one opened his doors in 1976 in Zandvoort).
Dress Code: Casual clothing is ok, but no sport clothing (jogging suit etc).
Cambling and watching people.
Beside the more then 696 playmachines you can play the next games on one of the 57 playtables:
Dress Code: You have to be 18 years or older to come in. And you have to bring your pasport or other identity card.
You dont need to be overdressed, but with sportscloth you can be refused.
If you have seen our Las Vegas pictures then you already know how much we love to gamble. When we found out that Amsterdam had a casino we made it a for-sure, do-not-miss on our list of things to do. It is a very upscale casino. It also was unusually quiet for a casino. You could barely hear the machines.
I judge all casinos on the minimum limit of their table games. (I Love $2.00 min.) Unfortunantely the minimum is $10.00 a hand. Too steep for me, so I do not recommend the table area. But the slot area is a lot of fun. All the slots are $.50 and they had our favorite Wheel Of Fortune. Moo tried roulette at a computer type kiosk and I had to drag her away from it. We left with 250.00 euro's on a 40.00 euro stake. So that means we had a ton of fun!
Dress Code: There is a dress code. Usually slacks and a nice shirt. They also have a small cover charge to get in.
This sign was found outside of one of the many gambling places in Amsterdam. I haven't been in one but from the outside they look like smoke filled rooms with slot machines. I was not that desperate to be parted from my money.
A little pice of Las Vegas in Amsterdam.
Dress Code: Just don't show up naked.
The Holland Casino is part of a chain with the same name. It's the only legal casino chain in the Netherlands.