Wolverhampton Casinos

If you’ve been looking for the Rubicon Casino in Wolverhampton then you may be disappointed to see that it doesn’t seem to exist anymore. But, have no fear, it has simply been rebranded and remodelled as the significantly larger Casino 36 Wolverhampton. Wolverhampton also once played host to a Gala Casino on Whitmore Street, but this was closed in 2011.

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Casino 36 Wolverhampton offers visitors 24 hour casino gaming and the chance to play a range of favourite games, such as Roulette and Blackjack. There are also a diverse range of slots on offer too that offer a range of big jackpots. Unusually, the casino also has its own bookmakers, which is an interesting innovation, as is the huge 23 foot video wall that shows sports from around the world.

Casinos these days are just as much about the hospitality on offer as the gaming and the Casino 36 Wolverhampton does not disappoint in this regard. Its Thirsty Sports Bar and Grill has an excellent of dishes that provide well proportioned meals that are well priced too. There is also a VIP Champagne Bar too that, as well as a range of Champagne, serves a good selection of beers, wine and spirits in stylish and elegant surroundings.

The casino is situated outside of the central business district of Wolverhampton but it does have a car park that is free to use which makes it good for car users. For those travelling by public transport, whilst the train station is more than a good walk away, there are buses that come this way as well as a selection of local taxis and minicabs.