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The casino on Allure has a smoking and non-smoking side. That said, there really isn't anything to stop the smoke from drifting, so it's still smokey.

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Having a non-smoking side of the casino is like having a non-peeing section of the pool.

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3 hours ago, cruise to live said:

What are the table games, in the casino, on the Allure.  Also, how bad is the cigarette smoke.  Thank you:  Matt 

Smoke in the Casino is bad. Even when it's shut down on port days. A lot of smokers use the casino as their smoking lounge. 

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3 hours ago, davekathy said:

Smoke in the Casino is bad. Even when it's shut down on port days. A lot of smokers use the casino as their smoking lounge. 

 

On the Grandeur, the casino is not open from 8:30 PM on the last day of a cruise until Day 2 of the next cruise.  Despite that 36+ hour hiatus, the casino is ALWAYS full of smoke. 

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The smoke in the casino is really bad. Other than not having a burning cigarette next to you, the smoke is the same on the "non-smoking" side as the smoking side. 

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10 hours ago, PhoenixCruiser said:

It is better than it has been in the past.

I tend to disagree.  In my opinion, the smoke has gotten worse. Years ago there used to be a smoking ban on formal night. Haven’t seen that in many years.  The casino is often listed as a dedicated smoking area. The only indoor smoking area on board .  On land casinos there are players who smoke.  On the ship, there are smokers who don’t play.  On RCCL ships ( somewhat quoting respected CC Host Bob) the indoor smoking area sometimes allows gambling. 

 

Op - in our experience, the smoking side  had more and often newer machines. There are tables on both sides but not nesessarly the same games. 

 

Good of luck and have fun. 

M

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10 hours ago, cruisegirl1 said:

 Years ago there used to be a smoking ban on formal night. Haven’t seen that in many years.  

That still happens on some ships now.

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