The Casino of the City of Victoria was the first largest in South America, now it's the City Center in Rosario. It is a 3-level luxury casino, with huge crystal chandeliers, fully carpeted and brightly coloured drawings. There's loads of slot machines, roulette tables, black jack, a space reserved for non-smokers, because there is still smoke, confectionery for regulars who attend every day, a restaurant as the Riviere Artisans some nights becomes Coffee Concert in a disk shows and permanent bars on all 3 levels. You can change your dollars anywhere in this facility. Obviously photography is not permitted inside so only I will upload photos of the building and parking. It is open Monday to Thursday from 11-05 pm. From Friday to Sunday open 24 hours Crossing Grill Campero Belgrano is the Fontanarrosa
This casino which is open all year was reopened in 2001, no longer to the provincial government, it had passed into private hands the year before. It has modern equipment, escalators, two elevators, a handicap ramp, a restored colonial-style confectionery with original furniture and artefacts from the 40s., an international restaurant and spaces dedicated to live shows, art rooms and spacious terraces with confectionery. There is bingo, three rooms with slot machines and video poker, American roulette tables, poker, baccarat and blackjack, as well as Wheel of Fortune and craps tables. There is an important VIP hall with tables of American roulette, baccarat and poker along with personalised service and a special confectionery section. It is said that the city's first casino was a portable rickety roulette table whose first ball was cast in 1921 and it was under a leafy quebracho tree. In 1924 it settled in the hotel Del Alto and in 1934 went it to the Termas Naranjo hotel in a room built expressly for this purpose. In 1943 the building was built in its present location and was inaugurated on July 9 of that year, passing into the hands of the national state in 1946 and provincial in 1961. I am just uploading photos of the outside as you can't take photos inside.