Resorts World Sentosa opened the same year as Marina Bay Sands, and it’s Singapore’s first mega casino resort with 1,500 rooms (within six different hotels). It’s so huge, it fits a Universal Studios theme park and the largest oceanarium in the world (S.E.A. Aquarium). There is 16,000sqft of gaming space, almost two dozen restaurants, a massive indoor/outdoor ESPA spa, and some really trippy, larger-than-life theatrical performances at Lake of Dreams.
Pro tip: While it’s no Monte Carlo, the dress code here is even stricter: no shorts, sandals, hats, sunglasses or, uh, masks.
Paradise Island, Bahamas
While Atlantis in the Bahamas may conjure up images of screaming kids and dolphin excursions, high rollers have a different experience. The Bridge Suites are among the most expensive hotel rooms in the world (compete with 22-karat gold chandeliers), Nobu and Jean-Georges' Dune are two of the best restaurants on the island, a Tom Weiskopf-designed golf course sits on the beach, a decadent Mandara Spa woos, a live concert hall brings in top acts like Lady Gaga and Bruno Mars, and the casino floor that spans the seven-acre lagoon employs DJs.
Pro tip: There’s an outdoor gaming pavilion so you can play blackjack in that cool, Caribbean breeze.