The interior of this casino was designed in a French Quarter style. It houses 70 slot machines, blackjack, U.S. roulette, stud poker, and craps (Friday and Saturday). The casino is open daily 10 am to 3 am, but the gaming tables don't start cranking until 9 pm. On weekends in high season a DJ spins Caribbean, Creole, and international beats, and there's a dance floor. There are three restaurants: a buffet that serves breakfast and dinner; a Creole restaurant; and one that
serves more international fare. None of the food is noteworthy, and the tables are right in the middle of the floor, which is not conducive to fine dining. Although it's popular with islanders, this casino isn't as fun as the competition. The gaming age is now 21. Bring your passport, and be prepared for a possible entrance fee of about US$7.
Rte. de Pointe du Bout, near rte. de Trois-Ilets, Trois-Ilets, 97229, Martinique