Portomaso Casino is truly a star in Paceville, St. Julian’s, towering by the overdecked seaside with a stunning leveled facade. The 11,836 square-foot establishment is contained inside the Portomaso Business Tower, the tallest building in Malta. The interior is drunk in jazzy blues and the dimmed light exudes coziness on guests.
The casino is frequented by tourists and locals alike. Guests must be at least 18 years of age to grace the gambling halls. A valid identification card such as a passport or a driver’s license must be presented to the doorman upon entry for proof of age. The venue is upscale so a formal or a smart casual wear must be sported in order to blend in the atmosphere. Rather, wear your finest.
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Portomaso Casino is home to 150 gaming machines and 14 table games with 10 Poker tables. The Slots are from IGT, Novomatic, Aristocrat, Williams which occupy over three areas of the casino. They made it a statement to bring to the guests exciting popular and latest slot titles. In terms of table games, Blackjack is at high stakes and Roulette is sophisticated.
For Poker enthusiasts, Punto Banco, Ultimate Texas Hold’em, and Three Card Poker are available. Portomaso is the only poker room in Malta where players can find cash games every day. Cash games start at 7pm daily. The rake is never more than 4% and the casino takes €1 every full €25 in the pot. Rakes and caps can change at any time during international events. Take note that during international events, the weekly tournaments are canceled and the management offer 103 Poker tables for 1,000 participants. Most nights the action starts at 8:00 PM, but the Friday Deep Stacks and Sunday Bounties begin at 7:00 PM.
Portomaso Casino is open 10:00 AM to 5:00 AM (Sun-Thurs) and 10:00 AM to 6:00 AM (Fri-Sat).
Guests can find a restaurant & bar in the casino and there is Maltese fine dining just around every corner. The Casino Brasserie is serving seafood treats and Mediterranean cuisines. Guests can enjoy and take a light snack menu, the Sunday lunch buffet, or a full complement of specialty dishes. They put a special emphasis on fresh and local ingredients especially the way they artfully make fish dishes. They feature seared diver scallops, bean porridge, pancetta, fava beans, morels and madeira jus drizzled with truffle oil. Accommodation is not a problem since Hilton Malta is nearby. The hotel is inclusive of spa amenities, business rooms, and fine dining.