Bad Ems Casinos
Bad Ems Casino Guide
Bad Ems is a town and administrative seat in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany with a population of 9,681 residents. It is also a well-known spa town, with thermes mostly straddling by Lahn River. The spring’s mineral water, noted for a very high mineral content, is marketed, thus the salt content is popularly called ‘Natural Ems Salt.’
Bad Ems is proud of one well-established casino, the Casino Bad Ems (Spielbank) in Romerstrasse. Situated in the midst of hotels and beach resorts, the 3,000 square-foot casino houses table games for Blackjack and Roulette and 70 gaming machines for Slots, Electronic Roulette, Electronic Bingo, Video Poker, Keno, Electronic Blackjack, and Multi-Roulette. Only guests who have reached the legal age of 18 are allowed to enter the premises.
Besides all the hustle and bustle inside the casino, visitors can find themselves in one of Bad Ems’ thermes and bathhouse. Places worthy of visiting include Sporkenburg, Limesturm, Leaning Tower of Dausenau, and Arnstein Abbey.
Shopping in Bad Ems is truly an experience with Rewe am Besten, Modehaus Spettmann, and Le Gout around. There are lots of interesting restaurants and bars to choose from, serving local and international cuisines and a variety of spirits. Bad Ems has an average share of sunshine and rainfall.