Sydney’s Crown Casino will open its doors in August to VIP visitors only, less than two years after being deemed unfit to hold a gaming licence.
The NSW Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority (ILGA) gave Crown the green light to open the Sydney operation last month, saying it would closely monitor the casino’s initial operations.
Crown described its new gaming facility as “intimate”, featuring “two luxurious VIP gaming floors” and exclusive private salons.
The two floors will be named the Crystal Room and Mahogany Room — with the Crystal Room gaming floor opening on August 8 with Mahogany Room set to open at a later date.
The gaming floor will only be open to VIP members and their guests.
Crown Sydney CEO Simon McGrath said there would be 160 gaming tables and 70 electronic table games.
“We are committed to delivering a safe and responsible gaming environment for all, and Crown Sydney’s restricted gaming facility has been designed with the highest levels of governance and compliance,” he said.
“It is the only casino of its kind in Australia, with all patrons required to be a member or guest of a member and undergo comprehensive checks.”
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