Caribbean Island

The Caribbean is a fantastic place for a holiday, and for the gamblers among us it also offers a wide range of casinos spread across many islands. So if your vacation plans include a bit of gambling then our guides will show you which are the islands that you’re going to want to head to.

As well as providing a general overview to which islands to consider visiting, we’ve also written specific guides for each country detailing what you can find and where.

Note: On this site we’re only talking about physical land based casinos that exist on the various Caribbean islands. There are many cruises in the area that also contain casinos on board the ship, but those are not included in our lists.

Caribbean Islands

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Islands With Casinos

  1. Antigua and Barbuda
  2. Barbados
  3. Dominican Republic
  4. Haiti
  5. Guadeloupe
  6. Martinique
  7. Saint Martin
  8. Jamaica
  9. Aruba
  10. Curaçao
  11. Sint Maarten
  12. Saint Kitts and Nevis
  13. Saint Lucia
  14. Trinidad and Tobago
  15. Anguilla
  16. British Virgin Islands
  17. Puerto Rico
  18. United States Virgin Islands
  19. The Bahamas
  20. Turks and Caicos

Islands Without Casinos

  1. Cuba
  2. Dominica
  3. Saint Barthélem
  4. Grenada
  5. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
  6. Cayman Islands

Caribbean Coastline

Being an island focused site we do not cover any casinos on the mainland, even those that exist in close proximity to the Caribbean sea.

The Island Casinos

Antigua and Barbuda

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There aren't a huge amount of casinos to be found in Antigua and Barbuda and the ones that are there are perhaps better described as slot venues rather than outright casinos. That being said, there is enough promise on the islands to mean that Hard Rock Café will have a brand presence there in the coming years.

It's perhaps not the best destination in the Caribbean to head to if you're going there especially to enjoy some casino action. What it is, though, is a place to go if you want to enjoy the beauty of the area and do a little bit of betting in your downtime.


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Barbados isn’t an island to head to if you’re specifically after the hustle and bustle of casinos that offer roulette and blackjack, but if you just like to have a little flutter whilst you’re waiting for a bite to eat then it’s absolutely perfect.

It is an island that keeps gambling limited to horse racing, lotteries and slot machines, with the latter usually taking up residence in hotels and restaurants. There are numerous arcades on Barbados, which are an interesting mix of slot machines and games aimed at younger people.

Dominican Republic

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There is little to nothing stopping casinos from operating and developing on the Dominican Republic, with no rules or laws in place ruling out any of the most popular games that you’ll find in casinos anywhere in the world.

That being said, the vast majority of the casinos on the island are located within hotels or in close proximity of one, with few purpose-built casinos on offer at the time of writing. All of that helps contribute to the flow of tourism throughout the country.


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At the time of writing there are just two casinos on the archipelago of Guadeloupe. They're both based on the island of Grande-Terre and offer visitors both table games and slot machines. The slots are kept as up-to-date as possible, whilst the table games include the likes of roulette and blackjack at both of the casinos. Because Guadeloupe is a French territory, it follows French law when it comes to gambling. That means that physical casinos have much more relaxed laws applied to them than online gambling in the country as they are seen as less addictive. The gambling laws on the island have been in place since 1988.


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Very few people are going to head to Haiti in order to indulge in casino gambling, with those that do so with that specific aim likely to be disappointed. The casino scene in the country essentially collapsed in the wake of the 2010 earthquake that hit the island, but there are still a few hotels that have casinos in them.

Port-au-Prince is where you'll want to head if you're particularly keen to have a flutter, given that its got two casinos within its borders. You're probably not going to be able to do much more than get involved in some slot play and on a few tables, though El Rancho Hotel & Casino does boast a poker room if that's your poison.


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Martinique isn't the biggest of Caribbean islands and that is reflected in the fact that there are only two casinos to speak of on offer there. They both open in the morning for people wishing to play on the slot machines, with table games starting up later in the evening. There is a dress code for both casinos, whilst the legal age to enter them is set at eighteen.

Martinique is not an island to head to if you're a casino junkie, but if you're looking for a beautiful Caribbean location that offers you the chance to have a bet or two whilst you're there then it could be ideal. The island also boasts a thoroughbred racing track called the Hippodrome de Carrère Lamentin, should you wish to have a flutter on the horses.

Sint Maarten

Saint Martin is an island split into two, with Sint Maarten being the section that is part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. There are a number of casinos here, despite the fact that it is the smaller half of the island. Gambling is legal for anyone over the age of eighteen, with dress codes in the casinos normally kept casual.

The main part of the island to head to if you want to casino hop is Philipsburg, given that it's the capital of Sint Maarten and where the majority of the casinos are located. The Casino Royale is the largest such venue, with the Princess Casino also being worth a visit. It's known as the little Las Vegas of Sint Maarten, which gives you an idea of what to expect.