Are you planning a road trip across England? If you are, you might want to check out a Casino or two when you’re in the major urban centers.
A Casino is a great place to meet people, and who knows? You might even get lucky andwin some extra cash to fuel the fun ride!
The Hippodrome is one of the most spectacular casinos not only in England, but also in all of Europe. It’s charming, impressive, and historic facade is the first thing you notice when you make your way out of the metro station at Leicester Square. In fact, the building that houses the Hippodrome Casino was originally a theater, and it wasn’t until 2009 when it was renovated and repurposed to be one of the world’s Great Casinos. Nonetheless, the feel of the original building has been lovingly preserved. The Hippodrome attracts a young clientele, mainly between the ages of 30 and 40. The result is a raucous and rowdy vibe.
In contrast to the Hippodrome, the Napoleon -also located in Leicester Square- attracts an older crowd. There’s also a strict dress code, which makes for a much more upscale atmosphere.
At any rate, entrance to both casinos is free, so even if you’re not in the mood to play and just want to look around, you can check out both casinos during your stay in London.
Making our way through the Midlands, when in Birmingham one of the best spots for gaming, dining, and entertainment is the Brum Brum Grosvenor location. Grosvenors are located all over England of course, but the one in Birmingham is particularly cool and exciting.
Birmingham has enjoyed somewhat of a face lift in recent years, and Grosvenor’s casino is a welcome addition. It’s open 24 hours a day.
The Manchester235 casino brings a little bit of Las Vegas style flair to the Northern city. In addition to all of the most popular casino games, Manchester235 has great bar and restaurant service.