Regency Casino Mont Parnes

Regency Casino Mont Parnes

The Regency Casino Mont Parnes opened its doors to the public on February 5th, 1971. It was the first casino opened in Greece - known as Casino of Parnitha or Casino Mont Parnes.

The Regency Casino Mont Parnes is located 17 km away from Athens at the top of Mount Parnitha, perched at an altitude of 1,055 meters, it was initially created to function as a beautiful hotel.

It features more than 50 tables where one can play Blackjack, Roulette, Poker and Mini Punto Banco and, of course, Texas Hold'em poker. In such a spectacular casino, the one thing could certainly not be missing is the VIP hall for valued customers. Members of the casino with heavy budgets can play in the 9 private tables available for them.

Don't forget to check out the 503 state-of-the-art slot machines that await players on the second level of the casino.


Conditions for admission
Entry to the casino is allowed to those who have completed 21 years of age, by showing identity card or passport. Enter the casino requires proper attire and the establishment reserves the right to refuse admission to anyone not suitably dressed. Those wearing torn jeans, work clothes, track suits, shorts, T-shirts, sandals or flip-flops will not be accepted.

Casino bus
The casino of Parnitha has created a number of bus routes from various parts of Athens and Piraeus and offer free, comfortable access to the casino facilities.

Cable Car / Funitel
In 2006 the new, ultra-modern cable car that leads to the casino it carries over 2,000 people per hour. It has 21 cabins streaming 24 hours a day, the journey takes just seven minutes and it's free. The funitel has been characterized by many as an architectural gem. The journey is free of charge. You can also use the Cable Car without having to enter the casino. The view from Mount Parnitha and Athens will take your breath away and will be worth the experience.