Bled Casino is a fresh spot in the heart of the well-known city of Bled, Slovenia.
The memoire of the Bled Casino dates back to 1924, when it was first opened, but only operated for one season. The revival of gambling followed in 1937, but this time only for a year. The real casino in Bled was born on June 12, 1965 after the adoption of the Basic State Gambling Act of 1962.
Bled Casino in Nottingham welcomes guests 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with no entrance fee. Guests aged 18+ will be allowed entry upon showing their personal ID.
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The Bled Casino has a total of 181 slot machines and 3 electronic roulettes. The games include the following:
- Slot machines
- Ultimate Texas Hold’em
- Electronic Roulette
- American Roulette
- Midi Punto Banco
- Draw Poker
Bled Casino also offers poker cash games and tournaments, a perfect place to experience the excitement of Texas Hold’em Live, able to accommodate up to 50 players.
In Bled Casino’s poker room, quality and professionalism can be felt together to make players feel the priceless sensations such as the pleasure of playing cards and tapping them, the fascination of looking into the eyes, the thrill of taking the chips and throwing them at the centre of the table. game.
If you get hungry or if you want a drink, the Bar-Restaurant of Bled Casino is at your service. They also have amenities like a gym, meeting and events place, spas and health clubs, and do golfing.
From the start, Bled Casino was a promoter of the tourist development of the place and a major investor in tourism infrastructure. The following were derived from casino funds:
- adaptation of the premises of Bled Castle
- adaptation of a restaurant on the island of Bled
- construction of infrastructure at Zaka Camp
- participation in the financing of the Zatrnik ski center
- renovation of the ski slope on Straža
- renovation and arrangement of the club premises on the golf course together with catering
- financing the purchase of two battery powered hydrobuses
- construction of tennis courts in Mala Zaka
- adaptation of the Festival Hall