The Joker casino located along 27A Pils Street is one of the 61 casinos of the Joker group that is located in Latvia. It is the only Joker casino in Aluksne town. The casino has a futuristic vibe with its mostly spacious interior, dark ceiling, few pinlights, striped dividers, and carpeted floors.
From the outside, the casino is in a structure that has two floors and is recognizable with white walls and the Joker logo. The slot machines are paired with black chairs bearing the Joker logo.
Guests of age 18 years old and above with valid ID can enter the casino.
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Experience the fun in betting at any of the 30 slot machines in the casino. On top of that, there is a sports bar where guests can watch in real time whichever sport they like to watch.
Guests can avail of the Three-level Jackpot in this casino location.
The Joker casino has an in-house bar, so alcohol is permitted in the premises, but smoking is only limited to the gaming area, not at the bar. There is also free Wi-Fi and parking.
Guests can avail of membership at the casino via the Customer Card. To avail it, they need to come to any branch of the Joker casino and fill up a form, after which they receive the card for free. Benefits include a 10% non-tobacco/non-promo discount at the bar, 2-hour advance reservation of slot machines, 10% discount for billiards, free coffee and tea, and SynotTip betting points that can be encashed after accumulating a certain amount of points. Use the Customer Card for at least 2 months, gamble with an average bet of 2.5 EUR, and be present at any gaming hall once a week entitles a guest to a Joker VIP Card. Benefits include bar discounts of up to 20% and a 3-hour slot machine reservation.
Nearby amenities to the casino include two cafes: Pajumte and Gustins. A nearby hotel, the Benevilla Hotel and Cafe, is a short drive away along Bruza Street. Guests could also visit the Aluksne Tourism Information Center which is just a few steps away. Also, the casino has a beautiful backdrop in the form of the Marijas Island and Lake Aluksne.