Casino del Litoral – Paso de la Patria is probably the smallest of all Litoral’s properties. It is situated on the banks of the Paraná river, close to the city of Corrientes, Argentina. The town is known as “The Step of the Fatherland”. Aside from gambling, one of the most popular activities in the town of Paso de la Patria is visiting the beaches on the edge of the Paraná River.
In order to travel to the casino, you must first fly to the nearby town of Corrientes via Corrientes International Airport. From the airport, you can rent a car and drive to Paso de la Patria or catch one of the many buses that travel between the two towns.
The casino is inside of The Condado Hotel in Paso de la Patria. It lies on the banks of the Paraná River which makes for some excellent views while you are gambling. The casino is open daily from 9 AM to 6 AM.
There is a large sign that says “Casino” in the turnoff from the main road that leads to the huge parking space available on the premises of the hotel. A rectangular building rises from this parking lot that has a sign above the glass-door entrance that says “Casino” as well as a sign that says “Condado Hotel” above that.
The casino itself is quite small even though the property itself is quite large. There is only one room inside of the casino and inside this room is the bar, stage, and electronic games.
The casino does host live events, which includes comedy shows, music, talks, etc. They also organize Texas Hold ‘em tournaments occasionally in the stage area. More information about events can be found on the casino website.
The only table game available is virtual roulette. This is a state-of-the-art table with 8 terminals (that means 8 spots available for players). The limits for this table are minimum bets of $0.25 and maximum bets of $1.
There are 50 electronic gaming machines that are mostly made up of slot machines.
There is single video poker machine with min/max bets of $0.15/$1.00.
The rest of the electronic gaming machines are all 5-reel video slots. The minimum bet starts at $0.25 for most of the slots and depending on the themes the casino has on offer at the time of visiting max bets can be pumped up to over $400 a spin.
There are also 2 progressive jackpots here that link up a series of video slot machines. Either jackpot can be hit from the network of slots depending on the feature that triggers the jackpot.
There is a hotel at The Litoral Casino in Paso de la Patria that lies on the banks of the Paraná river and is within walking distance of the local beaches.
The Condado Hotel Paso de la Patria offers warm, straightforward rooms with sleek wood furnishings that have free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemakers. Some rooms include sofa beds and suites have additional balconies with river views. The rate for a standard room at The Condado Hotel is $65 per night.
A free breakfast buffet is provided in a laid-back restaurant. There’s also an indoor heated pool and an outdoor pool with seasonal bar service. Additional amenities include a spa with a hot tub and saunas, plus there are meeting spaces available.
There is a small bar/restaurant at the casino. This restaurant is a fully stocked bar as well as providing guests with limited snacks such as sandwiches, burgers, and chips. You can watch the live entertainment from the seats that the restaurant provides.
Other restaurants in the area include:
La Huella is a beachside restaurant with a variety of meals from local cuisine to international foods.
La Gringa is a fancy restaurant that specializes in gourmet-style home cooked meals.
Alex’s Comidas al Paso is a casual takeaway restaurant that also has plenty of seats available for dining-in options.