Kurhaus & Casino
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Kurhaus & Casino information
Corinthian columns and a frieze of mythical griffins grace the belle époque facade of the Kurhaus, which towers above well-groomed gardens. An alley of chestnut trees, flanked by two rows of boutiques, links the Kurhaus with Kaiserallee.
Inside is the sublime casino , which seeks to emulate the gilded splendour of Versailles. Marlene Dietrich called it ‘the most beautiful casino in the world’. Gents must wear a jacket and tie, rentable for €8 and €3 respectively. If you’re not a gambler and don’t fancy dressing up, join a 25-minute guided tour of the opulent interior.