Manchester Casinos

As you would expect, casino lovers in Manchester are very well catered for. With a total of four casinos in and around the city centre, there are even more choices if you take into account the wider Greater Manchester region, such as Bolton and Stockport. However, if you’re visiting Manchester itself there’s no reason to go further afield, as the casino options on offer are excellent.

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As you would expect the ‘chain’ casinos have a big presence in Manchester and Grosvenor has the biggest with a total of three casinos in Manchester. Its most central is the Grosvenor Casino Soames, which is on George Street in the centre of the city. As you would expect it has all the usual table games, such as Three Card Poker, Roulette and Blackjack, as well as Baccarat, which not all casinos in the city offer. With a view to the sophisticated city centre visitors, the restaurant and bar here are particularly good with a wide range of choice offered.

Grosvenor’s second casino in Manchester is a little way out the centre on Bury New Road although it is walkable from Victoria Station. A purpose-built venue with plenty of parking, as well as having all the table games, Poker tournaments and cash games, the casino has a bustling entertainment schedule. Here you can see a wide range of bands, DJs and tribute artistes every week.

Grosvenor’s third casino is even further out of the centre in the leafy suburb of Didsbury, which is popular with students and young professionals. Housed on the popular Parrswood Entertainment Complex, the casino is open 24-hours and has a good selection of table games and Poker on offer, as well as a busy bar and restaurant.

Genting’s only casino in Manchester is on the corner of Portland Street and, as such, is at the very heart of the city. Undoubtedly one of the most popular casinos in the city, it offers something that little bit more than other casinos, such as private karaoke booths for those who love to intersperse their gaming with a bit of singing. As well as having one of the most popular card rooms in the North West, you’ll also find all the usual table games here, as well as a well-regarded restaurant and bar.

The final casino in the city is Manchester235, which defines itself as a Las Vegas style casino. That means, as well as a great selection of table games, such as Roulette and Blackjack and a busy Poker room, you can expect to see a range of singers, musicians, mind readers and magicians as you might expect to see in Vegas. Housed in the uber-cool Northern Quarter area of the city, this casino is extremely popular with a wide range of visitors.