Casino Zaragoza Review
Casino Zaragoza is named after the city that it’s located in, which happens to also be the capital of Northeastern Spain’s Aragon region. The casino is owned by Grupo Comar, who operate a total of 9 successful casinos in Spain.
The city of Zaragoza is home to many historical sites as well as other fun activities like boat rides and waterparks. Overlooking the Ebro River in the city center is baroque Nuestra Señora del Pilar Basilica, a famous pilgrimage site with a shrine to the Virgin Mary.
Zaragoza Airport is 10 km from the center of the city and is the closest international airport to the casino. The airport services both domestic flights and flights from many European countries. It is a very short taxi or bus ride from the airport to the casino, and the trip shouldn’t take more than 30 minutes.
Casino Zaragoza is quite small by European standards but it’s well-known for hosting Texas Hold ‘em poker tournaments. Apart from its collection of casino games, you can bet on a wide range of sports here via one of the electronic betting kiosks.
The casino’s slot machine room is open Sunday-Wednesday from 12:00 PM to 2:30 AM. On Thursday, Friday and Saturday slots are open from 12:00 PM to 3:30 AM. Table games are available Sunday-Wednesday from 6:30 PM to 2:30 AM and Thursday-Saturday from 6:30 PM to 03:30 AM.
Table Games at Casino Zaragoza
You can expect to find a small number of tables at Casino Zaragoza, but there is a relatively large variety of games on offer.
If you enjoy poker then you’re in luck because Casino Zaragoza has three different varieties: Texas Hold ‘em, Counterpart Poker, and Omaha Stud. Minimum and maximum bets are indicated on each table.
There are two blackjack tables which have minimum and maximum betting limits ranging from €5-€200.
There is only one normal American Roulette table at Casino Zaragoza. You will also find two virtual roulette tables.
The casino offers I-Tables for blackjack and poker which are basically electronically operated tables where you will use an iPad to play. The tables have 7 spots each and are handled by an operator who uses an iPad as well. This game allows minimum/maximum bets of €1/€100 for blackjack and €1/€50 for poker.
Slots and Video Poker at Casino Zaragoza
There are 59 electronic machine games in the casino’s slots room which range from state of the art multiline machines to the classic mechanical-reel slots. These machines typically have minimum bets starting at €0.25.
There are multi-game machines available here as well where you can choose from a variety of games such as bingo, keno, baccarat and more.
Hotel and Accommodations at Casino Zaragoza
There is no hotel at the casino and therefore you will need to look elsewhere in Zaragoza to find a place to rest.
Hotel Palafox Zaragoza is an upscale restaurant that is walking distance from the casino. The rooms are refined and offer free WiFi and flat-screen TVs, as well as minibars. There’s a gourmet restaurant, plus an upscale bar and other amenities include a sauna and a gym, plus a rooftop pool and a solarium.
If you are looking for a more budget hotel then Hostal Paraiso is recommended for you.
Restaurants at Casino Zaragoza
At the casino, you will find the Gastro Sports Bar on the gaming floor and a cocktail bar inside of the slot machine room.
The Gastro Sports Bar is the ideal place to enjoy dinner while watching your favorite live sports. They serve dinner a la carte and combine the latest and greatest in gastronomy to bring you the best dining experience possible.
The cocktail bar inside of the video machine room is a very simple looking bar with a few barstools for maximum 25 people to sit at. They only serve cocktails and selected other alcoholic beverages as well as a few selected non-alcoholic beverages like tea and coffee.
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