Trumps Taj Mahal Casino

The fabulous Trumps Taj Mahal is as inspiring as the original monument built by a lovelorn Rajah, Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his favourite wife, Mumtaz in Agra, India.

The Trumps Taj Mahal has a stated elegance which is not often found in American casino cities such as Las Vegas and Atlantic City, and both the casino and hotel have been voted the best of its kind by the Casino Player Magazine.

The opulent Raja Suite and the Baccarat Pit are two examples of chic, so reminiscent of one of the original international casinos, the glamorous Monte Carlo Casino in Monaco.

The Baccarat Pit is for the high rollers, and it is a gaming salon oozing elegance. The dealers all wear tuxedos, and only the very best cocktail and hors d’ouvres are offered to the well-heeled patrons who gather under stunning crystal chandeliers to place their bets. There are over a dozen blackjack, craps, baccarat and roulette tables to choose from.

The Raja Suite is over 1 400 sq ft and has all the trappings of opulence and luxury including genuine leather furnishings, a marble foyer and master bathroom as well as an outsized spa to relax in.

Entertainment

The Taj Mahal offers a range of entertainment from relaxed lounges to trendy nightclubs to the very best in contemporary theatre. Watch out for these upcoming attractions:

  • RUSH is a Canadian rock band which boasts five Grammy nominations. They lost out each time to international music giants like The Police, Pink Floyd, Brian Wilson and Bruce Springsteen.
  • Comedian, Larry the Cable Guy, aka Dan Whitney is billed to entertain the crowds in May 2008
  • Paramore and Jimmy Eat World are two top American bands. Paramore was formed in 2004 and has already been nominated for a Grammy. Their second album, Riot, went gold. Jimmy Eat World is one of the major figures in commercial rock. They gained fame with their 1999 album, Clarity.
  • Dubbed ‘America’s greatest living poet’ by the legendary Bob Dylan, Smokey Robinson is a mainstream romantic soul singer, and was one of the influential musicians associated with the Motown record label. He recorded 37 Top forty Hits between 1960 and 1987 as part of the band The Miracles and as a solo artist.