Casino Provincial de Jujuy is located in the city of San Salvador de Jujuy. This region is in northwestern Argentina, close to the borders of neighboring Chile, Bolivia, and Paraguay. It is the only casino in the city, making it a hotspot for gamblers in the province. The casino is owned by Superstar Entertainment Group, which operates various casinos in South America.
There is an airport 2 hours away from the nearby city of Salta. General Martin Miguel de Guemes International Airport has numerous flight and transport options. You can rent a car or take one of the provincial buses to the casino.
The province is popular for its rock formations, indigenous Quechuan populations, and the Rio Grande River. While in Jujuy you can also visit the Pucara de Tilcara ruins, Quebrada de Humahuaca ruins, Salinas Grandes, or Casa de Gobierno de Jujuy.
The casino lies in inside a small, single floor building. Inside of the building you will find the gaming hall, where all the slots and table games are found. There is also a confectionary and a stage that hosts live performances regularly. The ceilings in the casino are low and there is plenty of artificial lighting. The casino is open every day from 10 PM until 4 AM.
Casino Provincial de Jujuy is the only casino in the city of San Salvador and attracts many gambling enthusiasts in the area. They have a decent selection of 10 table games along with 20 electronic games to accompany them. The stage allows for live entertainment productions such as music and dancing. Beverages and snacks are served to guests via the confectionary.
The 10 table games at Casino Provincial de Jujuy feature roulette, blackjack, and Punto Banco baccarat. These games require a fee of $2 to play, which is collected at the entrance.
The two American roulette tables are split between one live table (with a dealer) and one virtual table. The electronic table has can seat up to 12 players and accepts bets via an electronic payment system.
All of the table games at Casino Provincial de Jujuy have a minimum bet of $10.
There are only 20 slot machines at Casino Provincial de Jujuy. These machines surround the table games and are located in various corners of the casino. You will primarily find video slots, some of which are linked to a progressive jackpot.
The few progressive jackpot machines have two types of jackpots that can be won. First are smaller jackpots that are linked to the individual machine; secondly, there are larger jackpots that are linked to all machines on the progressive network. Each bet contributes a percentage to the main progressive jackpot.
Gamers will have to look for a hotel outside of the premises, as Casino Provincial de Jujuy does not have one. The following options are popular in the nearby area:
Hostel Casa de Barro is a hostel located two blocks away from the casino. They offer their guests free breakfast and Wi-Fi during their stay. Rooms start at $30 per night for a double and $55 per night for a four-sleeper.
Hotel Augustus is also down the road, and well within walking distance of the casino. The hotel offers complimentary breakfast and free Wi-Fi, as well as a restaurant, bar, room service, and laundry service. A standard room at Hotel Augustus starts at around $75 per night.
Casino Provincial de Jujuy has a confectionary inside, but it only serves light meals, which is nothing compared to a restaurant. When visiting, you can try out some of the nearby restaurants including:
Restaurante Y Confiteria Madre Tierra is on the same street as the casino. They offer takeaways and sit in meals in their open-aired bistro-style restaurant. They are open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Chung-King Restaurant Parilla is a stylish restaurant that serves a variety of Asian and international dishes. The restaurant is open 24 hours a day.
Reggina Pizzeria is an Italian Pizza restaurant nearby to the restaurant. They offer pizzas to take away, but you can also sit down and be served in their restaurant. The restaurant is open for lunches and dinners.