Casino Club S.A. is a company that opened the first casinos in Patagonian Argentina during the late 1990s. They have since expanded to multiple venues throughout Argentina and this property in Posadas is one of their northern additions.
This area is famous for the Parana River that separates Argentina and Paraguay. There are various activities to enjoy on the river itself including canoeing, fishing, and riverside picnics. Other attractions in the area are La Iglesia de Posadas Cathedral, Plaza San Martin, and the Anibal Cambas Regional Museum.
Posadas is situated on Argentina’s border with Paraguay, overlooking the Parana River and the neighboring country. The nearest airport, Libertador General Jose de San Martin Airport, is just outside the town and will take you a 10-minute drive to get the casino.
The legal gambling age in Argentina is 18 and the dress code at Casino Club Posados is casual.
Not all Casino Club S.A. properties have both live table games and electronic machines. A few of their casinos are focused solely on electronic games, while the larger ones have a selection of both. Casino Club Posadas is one of the larger casinos where you will be able to enjoy 10 table games and 150 slot machines. The casino is open from 10 AM to 4 AM daily, but the tables open in the afternoon at 6 PM.
The casino is large and well-decorated with floral carpets, comfortable chairs, and palm trees. The premises is split into various areas including the reception, main gaming area (which is divided into two floors), a sports lounge, and a coffee bar.
The sports lounge is a popular location for gamblers to relax with a drink and enjoy live sporting events on one of their many HD televisions. The coffee bar has numerous tables where you can order from their light meal menu.
High limit games are also available at Casino Club Posadas; they have a no-limit Texas Hold’Em Poker area which offers sit & go games and tournaments.
The 10 table games at Casino Club Posadas are split between the first floor and second floor. This area is where all the non-cash games take place. The selection of table games include roulette, craps, blackjack, poker, and baccarat.
Roulette and craps are two of the most popular casino games worldwide, and are located in the center of the casino’s gaming floor. The American Roulette variety is played here, and features the double zero betting option which allow for slightly better odds.
The rest of the tables are made up of card games. The main gaming room houses standard blackjack, Punto Banco Baccarat, Three Card Poker and Five Card Stud Poker. All of these games have a $1 minimum.
Casino Club Posadas has a poker room where they host live cash games and tournaments. Texas Hold ‘Em is the primary game played here. The cash games take place daily, while there are also weekly and monthly tournaments.
There are over 150 electronic games available at Casino Club Posadas. The electronic games are spread throughout all areas of the casino, but the bulk of the machines are located in the main gaming room. They are divided between standard slot machines, progressive jackpot slots, and electronic card games such as video poker.
There is a large selection of different slot machine games and all of them include various betting options, ranging from $0.01 to $20 a spin. These machines are all linked to multi-level jackpot systems. Casino Club S.A. has a maximum progressive jackpot payout of $10,000 at all of their casinos.
The electronic card games feature poker, blackjack, and baccarat.
Casino Club S.A. does not offer accommodation at their Posadas casino. Below we have listed a few options within the city limits:
Hotel Julio Cesar is rated 4-stars and has rooms available from $65 per night. These rooms include access to an outdoor pool and their business center. There is a restaurant and bar located inside the hotel as well.
Hotel Residencial Colon is a cheaper option, with rooms starting at about $50 per night. There are no additional amenities available at this hotel, however, but the rooms are comfortable and air-conditioned.
Hostel Posadas is available for those looking to stay in a hostel. The rooms are simple but provide you with clean and comfortable beds to sleep in for around $25 per night.
The coffee bar is in an independent room and is not as fast-paced as the rest of the casino. Here you can get a drink or something to eat. Their menu only includes light meal options including burgers, sandwiches, and salads.
If you are looking for a restaurant, there are a few options in Posadas.
De La Chingada is a nearby restaurant that specializes in a variety of unique sandwiches as well as other local Argentinian dishes. It is only open in the evenings from 8 pm until 12 am.
La Cocina de Marina is a seafood-focused restaurant. They are open in the evenings and for breakfast where they serve a wide variety of breakfast options.