Casino at the Corinthian

The Casino at the Corinthian is an undeniably intriguing venue, evoking a gambling den from a spy film. Whilst it’s mysteriously lit and possesses an attractive, exclusive feel, the casino doesn’t really offer much in the way of variety. Prices are on the higher side too, so if you don’t arrive with a chunky wallet, you’ll have to cross your fingers for some luck on the Roulette, Blackjack, Mahjong or Poker tables.

There are number of booths to book and drinks and nibbles to sample from the bar, along with some very good service from a number of enthusiastic and extremely polite staff – who appear to be under strict instruction to ensure everyone within the venue is treated with the utmost respect.

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Visiting

  • Opening Hours: Sun-Thurs: Noon – 5am, Fri-Sat: Noon-6am; Electronic Gaming from Noon and Live Gaming from 7pm
  • Dress Code: Smart
  • Membership: Registration is often required to play
  • Getting There: Situated inside the Corinthian Club, 191 Ingram Street, Glasgow G1 1DA
  • Parking: There are a number of NCP and Q-Park car parks in and around the city centre, as well as some limited on-street parking

Casino Games

There is the usual range of games to play at the Casino at the Corinthian with the focus on atmosphere and architecture rather than gaming variety. However, you are able to play all classic table games you’d expect to find in a casino, including American Roulette, Blackjack and Three Card Poker. That said, there is the Chinese game of Mahjong available, which you don’t always come across in gambling venues. There are also a number of electronic slot machines available with jackpots up to £10,000.

Poker

Poker in the Casino at the Corinthian Glasgow kicks off with the rest of the live table games at 7pm. For the most part, poker is limited to Three Card Poker – you against the dealer. It’s the most ordinary type of poker you’re likely to find, but the dealers get involved in the action and do their utmost to make every game of poker a memorable experience for all who are playing.

Loyalty Program

There are no loyalty programs mentioned at the time of writing. However, you are able to book private poker rooms for you and your buddies, and there is also the option to purchase your very own bottle of Johnnie Walker Whiskey, which will be carefully stored for you to return to every time you visit – a nice personal touch by the casino.

Food and Drink

There is no lavish restaurant as such inside the Casino at the Corinthian, although the bar provides smaller portions of food throughout the night if you get peckish. There’s a decent amount of variety too. Instead of the ordinary nuts, crisps and sandwiches you might get at another casino bar, here you are free to take your pick from a full Scottish breakfast (with a veggie option), burgers, pizza, chicken goujons, wedges and tortilla chips. There are also a nice range of wines, spirits, cocktails and beers.