Top 5 International Casino Destinations for Private Jet Charter

by Richard Zaher / Nov 15, 2019

The US-based casino and gambling enthusiasts are well aware that there are tonnes of great locations around the country which offer many exciting options to try one’s luck. From Reno and Atlantic City to the world-famous granddaddy of them all, Las Vegas.

But what if you’ve visited the legendary US casino destinations and want to check out what the international casino resorts have to offer? After all, with so many options and your private jet charter available any time, why not experience a new adventure outside of the United States?

Here we are suggesting the top 5 international cities you should visit if you’re looking to gamble overseas:

London, England

Hippodrome Casino in London
The Hippodrome Casino in London. Picture Credit.

Outwardly, the British might be all about good manners, stiff upper lips and quaint cups of tea with milk. But in reality, they love to bet as much as to exchange courtesies. And London is the place to do it all.

There are all sorts of casinos for both high and low stakes players. Some of the casinos specialize in certain games, such as poker. For example, Hippodrome Casino has a partnership with the world’s largest online poker room which means it regularly hosts tournaments with huge guarantees. Plus, it’s located right in the middle of Leicester Square.

Here are a few of our favorite casinos in London:

  • Hippodrome Casino
  • Aspers Casino Westfield Stratford City
  • Ritz Club
  • 50 St James
  • Crockfords Club
  • Maxims Club Casino

If you’re flying from New York to London, a Legacy 650 will cost you around $65,000 one way and $105,000 round trip with two overnights. From Paris to London, a Citation CJ2 will cost around $8,500 one way and $13,500 round trip with one overnight.

Macau, China

Casino Lisboa in Macau
Casino Lisboa in Macau, China. Picture Credit.

Nicknamed ‘Las Vegas of the East’, Macau is a world-famous gambling region packed with as many as 38 different casinos. It has developed a reputation for attracting wealthy businessmen, which makes it an appealing prospect for high rollers looking for some fun. Macau offers a wide range of casino hotels, from Las Vegas styled resorts to luxurious oriental facilities.

If you’re wondering why casinos are legal in Macau but not the rest of China, the answer is that it’s a special administration region – much like Hong Kong. If you’re looking for a perfect casino destination around the region of China, there really is no better choice.

Not sure where to start? Here are some of the best casinos in Macau:

  • The Venetian Macao
  • Casino Lisboa
  • City of Dreams
  • Casino Oceanus
  • Galaxy Grand Mega Resort, Cotai

A charter flight from Hong Kong to Macau on a Challenger 300 is around $14,500 while a round trip flight with one overnight will be $18,600.

Monte Carlo, Monaco

Casino Monte Carlo in Monaco
Casino Monte-Carlo in Monaco. Picture Credit.

Monte Carlo is an area many Paramount Business Jets clients are interested in. And no wonder, as this luxurious destination, known for famous clientele and wealthy products, is a great choice for anybody looking to try a high-class casino in this unique, tiny European country.

Remember the scene in the James Bond film Goldeneye where 007 indulges in a gripping game of high stakes baccarat? That all unraveled at the gorgeous Casino Monte-Carlo. And now you can experience it first-hand, along with the majestic views of crystal clear waters, sandy beaches, awe-inspiring yachts and a tantalizing selection of exemplary restaurants.

Here are some of the top casinos in Monte Carlo:

  • Casino Monte-Carlo
  • Casino Café de Paris
  • Sun Casino

A private jet flight from Geneva to Monte Carlo on a Citation M2 is around $6,800 while a round trip flight with one overnight is around $8,200.

Marina Bay, Singapore

Marina Bay Casino in Singapore
Marina Bay Casino in Singapore. Picture Credit.

Singapore is a relative newcomer to the world of gambling. However, in just a few short years, the destination has already become a hit amongst private jet casino enthusiasts.

Why? Well, it’s mostly due to the remarkable Marina Bay Sands. The luxury property boasts 2,500+ rooms, multiple nightclubs, and a jaw-dropping rooftop infinity pool. It’s incredibly impressive, as it should be – the venue has been labeled the most expensive standalone casino at a cost of $8 billion. This alone is what makes the trip worth it.

  • Marina Bay Sands
  • Resorts World Sentosa

An on-demand private jet from Bangkok to Singapore on a Challenger 850 is around $32,600 for a one way and $41,800 for a round trip with one overnight.

San Jose, Costa Rica

Casino in Costa Rica
Inside of a Casino in Costa Rica. Picture Credit.

If you want to visit an international casino resort without venturing too far from the USA, San Jose could be just the perfect place for your casino vacation. I

ts alluring blend of an exotic climate and a time-honored reputation as a safe spot for tourists makes Costa Rica a unique prospect. Plus, its close proximity to the USA means your flight won’t break the bank – all the more to spend at the tables, then.

There are plenty of resorts to choose from. In total, Costa Rica houses around 40 casinos, and 18 of those are located in San Jose alone.

Here are our best casinos in the city of San Jose:

  • Byblos Resort and Casino
  • Hotel Amapola
  • Doubletree Cariari by Hilton San Jose
  • Coco Beach Hotel and Casino

A chartered flight from Miami to San Jose is around $20,000 for a one way flight on a Hawker 800XP and $26,450 for a round trip with one overnight.

About Richard Zaher

Richard Zaher Richard Zaher is the founder and CEO of Paramount Business Jets. He is a pilot and the President of Air Charter Association of North America (ACANA). Richard is a graduate of Embry Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) with a Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Studies. A seasoned international jet charter expert, entrepreneur, humanitarian, and the recipient of the Embry Riddle Eagle Excellence Award at the 2012 National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) convention. He is also an active member of the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) as well as several safety and air charter organizations.

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