The Casino Omnium de Salies-du-Salat is located in the inland town of Salies-du-Salat, southern France near the Pyrenees Mountains.
The casino has glass panels on its entrance below the red Casino letters, while its interior has yellow walls, a tiled walkway, and carpeted floors under the gaming machines.
The casino opens its doors to guests from 10 a.m. to 4 a.m. from Sunday to Thursday and to 5 a.m. every Friday and Saturday. To enter the casino, guests are required to dress properly and carry a valid ID with them.
This casino has not published any offers yet.
At the Casino Omnium de Salies-du-Salat, guests can enjoy playing to earn points and a chance to win big through the following onsite gaming facilities:
- 150 slot machines
- 2 tables English roulette
- 1 table blackjack
- 1 table poker
Though the casino has a poker table, it only hosts poker tournaments and not poker cash games. It also does not have a membership program for its guests and patrons.
The Casino Omnium de Salies-du-Salat has a restaurant, Le Carre d’As, which also has its own wine menu including a selection of white, red, and rose wines. It is open for lunch and dinner only from Monday to Thursday.
The restaurant specializes in different set menus which range from 14 EUR for two-course meals up to 35 EUR for the four-course Carre d’As menu, whose dishes include gourmet salad, duck foie gras on toast, duck breast with mushroom sauce, cheese, and choice dessert. It also has a separate carpaccio menu worth 16 EUR and a three-course jackpot menu worth 18 EUR which includes 8 EUR worth of free slot machine tokens.
Guests may also opt to try out a 9.9 EUR special menu every Wednesday, with dishes including sauerkraut, mussels and fries, couscous, and paella.