Leeds Casinos

It’s been a turbulent time for casinos in Leeds. Whilst 2016 saw the closure of one of Grosvenor’s two casinos in the city, it also saw the announcement of a new ‘Super Casino’ at Leeds’ Victoria Gate.

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This currently leaves Leeds with three casinos, including the Grosvenor Casino Leeds located on Wellington Bridge Street, close to the city centre. Because of the closure of another Grosvenor casino in the city due to the casino’s landlord not renewing the lease, this casino has now been fully refurbished by Grosvenor and offers a stylish and relaxed gaming environment. There’s a popular card room with a healthy schedule of Poker tournaments and cash games, as well as a gaming floor that offers Blackjack, Roulette, Three Card Poker, Punto Banco and Dice, as well as a selection of slots. As with other Grosvenor casinos, all of this is backed up with excellent drinking and dining facilities.

The second casino in town is Napoleons Casino, Leeds and is relatively small but this doesn’t detract from the gambling experience. There’s a good choice of casino games available, including Roulette and Blackjack, as well as an excellent array of slots too, which always prove popular. Where it lacks, however, is Poker, as there are currently no cash games or tournaments scheduled (although this could change in the future). Like the Grosvenor, the drinking and dining facilities are excellent. Napoleon's offer some excellent dining deals including £1 breakfasts, which prove extremely popular.

Leeds’ newest casino, the Victoria Gate Casino Leeds just opened in January of 2017 and is the biggest casino in the Northern part of the UK. Housed over three floors, it has a capacity of 1400 and it has a large Poker room, 24 gaming tables, 80 electronic gaming terminals and 140 slots. The venue also has a Champagne bar by the name of Curve, a sports bar known as Live Bar, as well as V Restaurant for fine dining.