New York is not one to disappoint when it comes to luxurious casinos and visitors are more than happy to tell the world what they think about our casinos through their reviews on TripAdvisor.

According to real-life visitors to casinos all across New York, these are the best of the best when it comes to providing a lavish experience.

1. del Lago Resort & Casino (Waterloo) - 13.93% on the Luxury Meter

Sitting pretty at the top is del Lago Resort & Casino, where more than half of the reviews were showered with four or five stars. Visitors couldn't help but gush about the place, throwing around words like "impressive" to describe their experience.

2. Akwesasne Mohawk Casino (Hogansburg) - 12.39% Luxury Rating

Coming in a close second is the Akwesasne Mohawk Casino, boasting over 1,150 slot machines, and a hotel that screams luxury. It seems like visitors left with a lasting impression, as this spot earned a solid 12.39% on the luxury scale.

3. Tioga Downs Casino Resort - 11.50% of Pure Luxury

In the third spot, we have the Tioga Downs Casino Resort, offering 161 cozy guest rooms, a plethora of slots, and a buffet spread fit for royalty. With 26 nods to luxury, this place is one to check out.

On a slightly less glamorous note, Resorts World in Queens and Monticello Casino and Raceway didn't quite make it to the top of the luxury charts, painting a more laid-back picture of New York's casino scene.

By taking a deep dive into TripAdvisor reviews, uncovered the hidden gems among New York's casino royalty. Phrases like “magnificent”, “luxurious”, and “fancy” were the markers of opulence, allowing them to craft a list of the most extravagant casinos in New York.

Curious to read more? Look into the world of extravagance and high-rolling fun in New York’s most lavish casinos here.

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