The Casino de Monte-Carlo:
The Casino de Monte-Carlo is open to players from 2 pm until the last table closes.
After 2 pm, admission costs 10 euros per person for access to the Salle Renaissance, the Salle Europe and the Salle des Amériques. Proof of identity will be requested upon entry.
Access to the Salons Super Privés, the Salle Médecin and its winter veranda, and the Salle Blanche and its summer terrace, costs an additional 10 euros.
Admission can be paid for in cash at the Casino entrance.
Proper attire required. No shorts, trainers or flip flops
Jackets recommended after 8 pm
Groups and tours:
Every day, except during the Formula 1 Grand Prix, the Casino de Monte-Carlo is open to groups and tours from 9 am till 12 pm only, so that games aren't disturbed.
10 euro admission, even for younger players, includes access to the Salle Renaissance, the Salle Europe, the Salle des Amériques, the Salle Blanche, the Salon Touzet and the Salle Médecin. You'll be given a brochure on the casino and will be free to explore the various rooms at your leisure.
Please resist the temptation to take photos, photography is prohibited.
For groups of over 10 people, admission costs 7 euros per person. Proof of identity will be requested upon entry.
The Casino Café de Paris, Sun Casino and Monte-Carlo Bay Casino:
These three casinos are open to all those aged over 18 years and not banned from entering gaming rooms.
No special dress code. No military uniform or religious habits