The Dragonara Casino marks its 53rd year of operation on July 15th after undertaking a large-scale refurbishment and product up-grading project.
Malta.- The Dragonara Casino founded in 1964, has announced its plans for a grand reopening as it enters its 53rd year of operation on July 15 and after undertaking a large-scale refurbishment and product up-grading project.
Dragonara Gaming Limited, a fully-owned Maltese company, took over the Casino in June 2010, which today hosts over 300,000 patrons a year. The €10 million (US$11.4 million) renovation included a suite of the latest slots products available, a fresh interior set-up for live games, a new poker room with spectacular sea views, a sports lounge and casino brasserie, a new cocktail bar at the heart of the casino floor and the opening of a second restaurant, The Marquis Terrace.
“When we took over the concession to operate and manage the Dragonara Casino, our vision was to create the foremost gaming and entertainment destination in Southern Europe,” said Johann Schembri, Managing Director of Dragonara Gaming Ltd. “Our fresh investment of €10 Million coupled with an initial investment of over €15 Million is a clear and unequivocal sign of our outlook for the Dragonara Casino in what is a very intense competitive local market. We have grand plans for the future and our aim is to transform the Dragonara Peninsula into the foremost gaming and entertainment resort in Southern Europe.”