The luxurious, stunning Salle Blanche of the Casino de Monte-Carlo offers Roulette, Punto Banco, Trente et Quarante, Ultimate Texas Hold'em Poker and Black Jack tables.

Terrasse Salle Blanche

Originally designed as a social lounge, the Salle Blanche of the Casino de Monte-Carlo was designed by architect Henri Schmit. Its walls are adorned with paintings of the Florentine Graces from Toulouse, Belle Epoque painter Paul Gervais, depicting famous courtesans Cléo de Mérode, La Belle Otéro and Lyane de Pougy, regular visitors to the casino's gaming room. Today it is one of the most popular rooms in the casino, offering Roulette, Punto Banco, Black Jack, Ultimate Texas Hold-em Poker and Trente et Quarante tables.

A sumptuous mosaic bar welcomes you for a glass of champagne and, from April to October, offers access to the Salle Blanche & terrasse where you can enjoy a stunning view of the Mediterranean.

Opening hours

Every day, from 2 pm

Dress code

Proper attire required. No shorts, sports shoes or flip flops
Jackets recommended after 8 pm

Conditions of admission

€10 admission fee per person, available to all those over 18 years of age and not banned from gambling.
€10 additional admission fee for entry to private rooms
Free entry for Cercle Monte-Carlo Players Club cardholders.

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