The Casino Barriere Bordeaux is one of the 23 branches of the casino operated by the Barriere Group in France. It is located in Bordeaux, southwestern France, near the Bay of Biscay.
Outside, the casino is housed in a modern-looking structure with the Casino Barriere logo and whose entrance is decorated with street lights and palm trees. Inside, the casino has a plain interior with red carpeted floors, plain walls, and a plain ceiling, from which the lighting lends a space-age vibe to the casino. The gaming machines are paired with black plain chairs without the casino logo.
Guests above 18 years old with valid identification and proper attire are allowed to enter the casino. Le Carre VIP members can present their membership cards instead of their other valid IDs.
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- 300 slot machines
- 6 tables English roulette
- 1 table boule
- 1 table War
- 2 tables Texas Hold ‘Em poker
- 2 tables Ultimate poker
- 19 positions Electronic Roulette
- 3 tables blackjack
At the Casino Barriere Bordeaux, guests have a lot of opportunities to try their luck through the casino’s on-site gaming facilities. There are 300 slot machines, 6 tables for English roulette, 3 tables for blackjack, 1 table each for boule and war, 2 tables each for Texas Hold ‘Em poker and Ultimate poker, and 19 positions for Electronic roulette. The casino also allows for poker cash games and poker tournaments.
Guests can avail of membership via the Le Carre VIP here. Benefits include earning points through using their gaming machines and an opportunity to choose a lucky date where they can earn twice the points per their usual game.
The Casino Barriere Bordeaux has bars, a restaurant, and an events place, as well as credit card payment option.
Cafe Barriere is the main restaurant of the casino, and it offers access to persons with disability, a wide array of choices from the local wine cellar, and a local cuisine with a buffet option. It is open every day for lunch and dinner.
Le Led&Bar is the in-house bar at the casino that shows sports broadcast and serves both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks to players who take a break from betting on nearby slot machines. It is open every day from 10 am to 4 am. Another bar, the Le Carene, has a distinctively British look and feel to it. It opens one hour earlier than Le Led&Bar.
Le Carre VIP members can enjoy different benefits depending on which card they carry; basic cardholders can enjoy a glass of champagne and use their earned points in exclusive offers, while the most privileged cardholders can also drink for free at the bar, receive a free champagne gift box, and a 10% permanent discount in the in-house bars and restaurants.