The Casino de Chatel-Guyon is located in the inland town of Chatel-Guyon, central France, which is a few hours northwest of the town of Riom.
Visitors to the casino see it as a white structure with glass panels and a red Casino logo with the letter “a” styled as an elephant head. The interior though has a white ceiling, corner lights, white walls, and carpeted floors.
The casino opens every day at 10 a.m. and closes at either 2 a.m. from Sunday to Thursday or 3 a.m. every Friday and Saturday. Visitors with proper attire and either valid IDs or Players Plus membership cards can enter the premises. They must also be at least 18 years old.
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At the Casino de Chatel-Guyon, guests can enjoy playing to earn points and a chance to win big through the following onsite gaming facilities:
- 32 slot machines
- 2 tables blackjack
- 1 table Texas Hold ‘Em poker
- 9 stations electronic roulette
The casino hosts poker cash games and poker tournaments because it has an available poker table onsite. Unfortunately, there is no available membership program for casino guests and patrons alike.
The Casino de Chatel-Guyon has a restaurant and bar, Le Colonial, which is built in the art deco style. It is open every day for lunch and dinner with most tables on the terrace with a view of the nearby thermal park.
Meals served in the restaurant include Auvergne burger, omelette with legumes, Auvergne cheeses, and gourmet coffee. Furthermore, it also serves set menus such as a children’s menu, a theater menu (either two-course or three-course), and a jackpot menu, which is a three-course meal with free 5 EUR worth of game tokens.