Liverpool Casinos

The thirst for gaming in Liverpool is such that it can boast three casinos. There are some other venues that boast the name ‘casino’ but they are not casinos in the traditional sense and are no more than amusement arcades on closer inspection.

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The Grosvenor Casino Liverpool offers visitors the excellent Grosvenor gaming experience. This formula may be tried and tested but it certainly isn’t tired and, as well as good selection of casino games, including Roulette and Blackjack, Poker lovers are well catered for too with a busy card room that has regular cash games and tournaments. Of course, as with the vast majority of Grosvenor casinos, there is a high quality bar and restaurant that offer high quality food and drink, which makes this Queens Dock venue a particular favourite with many.

The Genting Group have two casinos in the city. The first is the one that sits in Liverpool Queen Square. Handily located near to Lime Street Station, it’s very easy to get to from all parts of the city. If you’ve visited a Genting Club before you will be familiar with the offerings here. Backed up by a quality bar and restaurant, gamers can enjoy a range of casino games, as well as a popular card room that hosts cash games of Poker, as well as tournaments.

The Genting’s second offering at Renshaw Street in Liverpool is housed in a stunning Victorian building and, in many ways, it offers exactly what its sister establishment does in Queen's Square. However, whilst Queens Square opens from 12pm to 6am, the Genting Casino Renshaw Street is a 24-hour venue but that’s not the only difference. Unusually for a Genting Casino, there is no Poker room but, interestingly, there is one of the UK’s only Mahjong rooms. With seating for up to 32 players, this makes it stand out not just from other Liverpool casinos but others in the North West too.

Wherever you choose to go in Liverpool, you’re bound to have a great time at one of these fantastic casinos.