When you think of gambling, you’ll probably think of the likes of Las Vegas. Perhaps even your mobile.
The pair have really dominated the scene in recent times, with their huge variety of games and all singing, all dancing slots, light shows and more. But did you know that Britain has plenty going on in its scene too?
While online the UK gaming industry is really thriving, with the likes of www.betterplay.com highlighting just how many sites there are now to choose from. That figure and the rise of the industry online has helped regain the interest offline and today you’ll find some truly gorgeous casinos that wouldn’t look out of place on the Las Vegas Strip or in Monte Carlo. But where are they?
Below you’ll find a handful of the most luxurious casinos the UK has to offer.
The Ritz is your classic British casino and a true marvel. Located in the heart of Piccadilly, just a stone’s throw from Buckingham Palace, it is true opulence and is comfortably one of the most renowned casinos on the planet.
It’s straight out of the James Bond book if gaming and is almost exclusively high rollers and has a wealth of private tables.
If you’re lucky enough to get the chance to play there, you really should tie that dickie bow and enjoy an evening on the tables.
Located just a few moments’ walk from The Ritz is the Park Lane Hotel with another very exclusive casino.
It’s London’s most exclusive private members club and you’ll see some of the real elite of society trying their luck on the likes of roulette and blackjack.
It costs £1,000 per year to be a member of the club, but really does offer a memorable experience with first-class dining to go alongside their stunning cocktails and masterclass in hosting.
The Z Hotel in Bath really exudes what the city is about – history, charm and spas. What it also has is one of the best casinos in the country.
It only opened last year but has really wowed punters, thanks to its large number of tables and gaming machines.
It’s been a real hit with tourists, who are having a spin before taking in the casinos glorious surroundings.
While not as traditional as those featured above, it makes up for it in an ideal location that blends both the new with the old.
The Hippodrome Casino Offers history in abundance and is comfortably one of the most popular casinos in the country.
That’s certainly helped by it being in the very heart of Leicester Square. It was once a theatre, in which many big names took to the stage, and you’ll find just as much excitement available as you did then. Although this time they’ll be paying you – if you’re a winner that is.
The building has been a casino for a number of years now and it really does look the part. A must for any gambling fan visiting the British capital.