The Casino Partouche Royat is located in the mountain town of Royat, central France. It is a few hours southwest of the university city of Clermont-Ferrand.
Guests to the casino see it as a white structure that resembles a palace, and its entrance has white Casino letters, the Partouche logo, a red carpet, and two tall Greek columns. The casino gaming area has a black ceiling, white walls, red carpeted floors, and hanging light fixtures over the gaming tables.
The casino opens every day at 10 a.m. and closes at either 3 a.m. every weekday or 4 a.m. every weekend. 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 Partouche Royat, guests can enjoy playing to earn points and a chance to win big through the following onsite gaming facilities:
- 119 slot machines
- 18 stations electronic roulette
- 7 stations electronic blackjack
- 1 table English roulette
- 1 table blackjack
- 1 table Texas Hold ‘Em poker
- 1 table Ultimate poker
- 1 Partouche Tab digital gaming table (including 7 mini-games such as electronic 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. Furthermore, poker players can enjoy their favorite game through poker cash games and poker tournaments in the establishment.
The Casino Partouche Royat has a restaurant and bar, the Le Caz Brasserie and Bar, which provides access for persons with limited mobility and treats guests to an elegant gastronomic experience.
The restaurant serves dishes such as charcuterie, cheese plate, bruschetta, foie gras, smoked salmon, burger, pizza, and tiramisu, on top of its set menus ranging from a main dish and dessert combo up to its three-course Cazi’Delice menu which includes complementary cocktail and coffee and free 15 EUR worth of game tokens.
The bar serves beverages such as wine, sangria, martini, coffee, soda, Vittel mineral water, beer, cocktail, tequila, and vodka. It also has its own sandwich and drink combo. Meanwhile, guests who love sports are treated to a live sports show broadcast while those who love music are in for a treat every Friday and Saturday night, during which the bar hosts a live concert.