Casino Santa Fe and Los Silos Hotel lie in the provincial capital of Santa Fe, Argentina. The casino and its hotel are located on the edge of the Rio Santa Fe River, on Dique St. They are both owned and managed by the Peralada Group, who operate a total of 5 casinos throughout Argentina. Casino Santa Fe is open 24/7, but the table games only run from 12:30 PM to 5 AM.
Santa Fe lies in an area of Argentina famous for its various rivers. There are three rivers within the vicinity of the city, including the Parana River (which separates neighboring Brazil from Argentina), the Santa Fe River, and the Salado River. Boat rides and fishing trips can be arranged on any of these rivers. Alternatively, guests can visit the Santa Fe Suspended Bridge, the San Francisco Convent, or the Ethnography Museum.
Casino Santa Fe is located on a large property that includes the gambling facilities along with Los Silos Hotel. The entrance to the casino is separate from the hotel and is a large, white, building, that has a large “Casino” sign on the exterior. Inside you will find a spacious area divided into several different gaming and entertainment areas.
This casino has plenty of attractions, starting with its large selection of table games and slots. The main gaming hall is where the majority of the gaming takes place, but there are also numerous other areas, including a high limit room, a poker room, a tournament room, and a bingo hall.
Other than gaming, there is also a bar and stage, which offers live music and dance performances.
There are 36 table games scattered throughout the different gaming sections of the casino. You can find roulette, poker, blackjack, and baccarat as well as a bingo area that features special weekly events.
There are 17 American Roulette, 5 Blackjack, 2 Mini Punto Banco Baccarat, 3 Caribbean Stud Poker with discard, and 3 Texas Hold’em tables located in the main hall. There are also 100 electronic roulette posts, split between 10 fully-electronic tables.
Casino Santa Fe also has its own poker room offering Texas Hold’em, Texas Omaha, and Satellite games. The poker room games feature no upper betting limits and are conducted in cash.
The poker tournaments, which take place in a separate area, require minimum buy-ins and there is a guaranteed prize pool for winners in most cases. Each tournament will come with a different style depending on the casino’s decision.
Most commonly, the casino allows re-buys, top-ups, and add-ons for the first few blinds, which are 10, 15, or 20 minutes apart depending on the tournament structure.
There are approximately 700 electronic games at Casino Santa Fe. These are all slot and video poker machines.
The slot machines are split between 100 classic reel and 600 video reel machines. There are 15 progressive slot sections located throughout the hall, including Star Wars Droid Hunt, Party Time, Instant Spin, and Doggie Cash. The highest jackpots at the time of our review were roughly $200,000.
The Los Silos Hotel is part of Casino Santa Fe ownership and is located right next door to the casino in a separate building. It is a 4-star hotel that has a gym, a rooftop and an indoor pool, live entertainment, and two restaurants/bars. There is also free breakfast and Wi-Fi available to all guests.
In both the hotel and casino there are a total of three restaurants. Two of them are located in the hotel and one, cafeteria-style restaurant, is located in the casino.
Dock One is the most sophisticated option available at the hotel. There is a chef that serves a variety of International dishes. They are open for lunch and dinner, and have an extensive wine list, with a wine cellar available for viewing and tasting.
The Terrace is located in the hotel and offers indoor and outdoor seating. It is a simple restaurant that serves food all day.
The Golden is the cafeteria/restaurant located in the casino. There is seating available but guests can also order from the gaming areas. A variety of fast and light meals are available and there is a bar serving alcoholic beverages.