With more than 470 slot machines, rooms for tabletop skill games and Privè rooms, Casino Sanremo maintains the fascination and splendour of its 110 year history.
Slot Machine Rooms
Casinò Sanremo has six rooms dedicated to electronic games totalling 479 Slot Machines
The Main Hall has two entrances: the first from the basement floor, and the second from the first floor through the prestigious Porta
Principale entrance, resplendent in its 1905 design, allowing the guests to enjoy a full panorama of the Casino.
It holds 235 machines, 125 of which allow bets of 1 cent. On the ground floor, above the Main Room, we have the Mezzanine, which has 44
machines and a large, elegant bar, from where you can take in the fascinating view of the Room from above. Around the wings of the Mezzanine, you enter the Mezzanine Hall where there are 37 slot machines of various typologies.
The Liberty Hall is subdivided into a Smoking Room and the Liberty Theatre. The smoking room is a kind
of casino within the casino and is reserved for special visitors, holding 86 of the most innovative and captivating slot machines. Another 86 can be found
in the “Liberty Theatre” wing, which through a glass separation allows you to interact within the space of the Theatre hall, dedicated to exhibitions and
On the floor above, just a few steps from the traditional game rooms, there are a further 22 slot machines in the prestigious Sala Cinquecento, aka the Fireplace Room.
Rooms for games of skill
In the Attigua room, Common room and Gio Ponti room, on the first floor, you can find the tabletop games
of skill. The Common room renders the beauty of its 110 years with splendid light fittings and the wonder of the French Roulette, Chemin de Fer and
The Gio Ponti room represents one of the most significant examples of the room’s namesake Milanese architect on the Riviera dei Fiori and
nearby France. Gio Ponti (1891 - 1979) worked from the 30s to the 50s in Sanremo, Bordighera and in the Monegasque area, designing villas and hotels which
still today remain ever-beautiful, such as the Marchesano and Donegani villas. The room bearing his name, built in 1953, has kept the original upholstery,
furniture and vision of space which the great designer wished to give it. The same room owes something to another great Italian artist, the painter and
decorator Piero Fornasetti. Today it is a multi-purpose room dedicated to tournaments.
The De Sanctis room
is the games room reserved for lovers of American gaming and Texas Hold’em poker, where one can take part in various tournaments and even play the cash game.
The De Sanctis room is named after its first owner – the patron of the gaming house, who wanted to bring together gaming and culture, a
legacy which has been handed down with care from owner to owner over the years.
The Privè and Privatissimo rooms are reserved for large national and international tournaments such as the IPT and EPT, as well as
Burraco. They also host conventions and the Casinò Sanremo is proud to organise banquets, meetings, exhibitions and buffets.