Sinaia Casino is an emblematic construction, built on the initiative of Carol I. It was completed in a record time, about 7 months, between 1912-1913, according to the official history. The inauguration of the casino took place in 1913 with a great show that George Enescu also arranged, that evening ending with a fireworks display. The casino in Sinaia operated between 1913 and 1947, interruptions occurring during the two world wars, when the building changed its destination – forced by exceptional circumstances – sheltering wounded and refugees.
At the 20 tables in the great Hall of Mirrors, illuminated by crystal chandeliers, roulette games are held, and in the Baccara Hall are located the tables for card games.
In addition to a terrace with a great view over the city and the Bucegi mountains, and a magnificent indoor garden, the Casino has 12 rooms that host corporate events and private events.