The Casino Partouche Annemasse is located in the inland town of Annemasse, eastern France, next to the Swiss border and a few hours east of the city of Geneva.
The casino is housed in a yellow structure that has red casino letters and a revolving-door entrance. Inside, the atmosphere is elegant with its sunburst ceiling and pinlights, carpeted floor with pattern, and red chairs paired to gaming machines.
The casino is open from 10 a.m. to either 2 a.m. from Sunday to Thursday or 3 a.m. every Friday and Saturday. To enter the casino, guests need to be at least 18 years old or have a valid ID in their possession. However, Players Plus cardholders can simply use their membership card as an access pass.
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At the Casino Partouche Annemasse, guests can enjoy playing to earn points and a chance to win big through the following onsite gaming facilities:
- 175 slot machines
- 30 stations electronic roulette
- 7 stations electronic blackjack
- 2 tables English roulette
- 2 tables blackjack
- 1 table Ultimate poker
- 1 table War
- 1 Partouche Tab electronic game table (contains 7 mini-games)
- Online bingo
Guests can avail of the Partouche loyalty program called the Players Plus, from which they can earn more points every time they play in the casino, as well as enjoy exclusive offers and rates. Also, poker cash games and poker tournaments are available as the casino has poker tables onsite.
The Casino Partouche Annemasse has a restaurant, Le Carre d’As, which serves varied and seasonal Mediterranean dishes made of the freshest ingredients. It is open every day for lunch and dinner, has access for persons with limited mobility, and is located next to the slot machines. It serves menus ranging from children’s menu (12.9 EUR) to three-course menu (29.9 EUR).
The casino also has a bar, Le Drakkar, which is open within the casino operating hours. It serves cocktails, coffees, and pastries, and also hosts concert nights and game nights.