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London Casino Guide
London hails as the capital of England and of the United Kingdom. Classified as a global city, it has also been resilient and reputable as one of the most spangling metropolitans in Europe. London is a melting pot of culture with more than 300 languages spoken and with a population of 8.9 million residents as of the 2018 census which makes it the most populous city within the Europran Union. London certainly has a special concoction that charms just anyone around, rich of wonders and full of eccentrics.
Part of London’s enticing prowess are its casinos, whether it be independent or part of a chain. Casinos with an independent management include The Hippodrome Casino London, London Park Lane Casino Mayfair, Playboy Club London Casino, The Sportsman Casino Bar, Restaurant, The Ritz Club Casino London, The Palm Beach Casino London, The Casino at The Empire, Napoleons Casino & Restaurant London, Maxim’s Club Casino London, Les Ambassadeurs Casino Club London, Crown Aspinalls London, Crockfords Club Casino, Colony Club Casino, Aspers Stratford Casino, and Horizons Casino.
Moreover, gambling houses that are part of the Grosvenor chain located in London include Grosvenor Park Tower Casino London, Grosvenor Victoria Casino, Grosvenor Casino Russell Square, Grosvenor Casino Picadilly, Grosvenor Casino Gloucester, Grosvenor St Giles Casino London, Grosvenor Golden Horseshoe Casino London, and Grosvenor Barracuda Casino. Finally, from the Genting Casino chain, Genting Cromwell Mint Casino London and Genting Casino Chinatown London are also situated in London.
Most of the casinos that are situated in the main district of London are in close proximity with each other, about less than a mile apart, which calls for an easy casino hopping. Three of the casinos, namely Maxim’s Club Casino, Genting Cromwell Mint Casino, and Grosvenor Casino Gloucester, are near each other but quite far from the rest in the downtown area. The farthest casino is Stratford’s prized Aspers Stratford Casino London which is at least 5 miles apart from the casinos in the main district. Fortunately, transportation services come in variety which promotes ease and convenience.
Although it is the farthest from its fellows, Aspers Stratford Casino London is also the largest among all of the gambling houses with 65,000 sq. ft. of gaming space. The casino houses 150 gaming machines and 40 table games with 15 tables dedicated to Poker. Moreover, the establishment contains the biggest Poker room in London. With 24/7 of betting and bluffing, gaming features in the casino covers progessive Slot Machines, Video Poker, Electronic Roulette, Roulette, Blackjack, Three Card Poker, and Poker in variety. The management offers Poker cash games daily and Poker tournaments in a calendar. Sport betting gigs are also available. Gaming machines are progressive with the most popular titles connected to a multi-jackpot system.
Common gaming features among all of the casinos in London include Slots, Electronic Roulette, Roulette, Blackjack, Three Card Poker, and Poker in variety such as No Limit Texas Hold’em, Limit Texas Hold’em Pot Limit Omaha, Crazy 4 Poker all in cash games and tournaments. It all amounts to approximately 712 gaming machines and 359 table games. Guests must be at least 18 years old in order to be granted permission to enter the aforementioned gambling houses.
Beyond all the hustle and bustle inside the casinos, London is crowded with crown spots. First, its iconic landmarks sets a trail in global silhouettes, from Big Ben to the Eye of London. Up in the list is also the famous Tower Bridge just like the song chants of its fall. In the prose of royals, Buckingham Palace is a marvel with its narrative just as the Houses of Parliament, Trafalgar Square, Tower of London, The Royal Observatory, and Piccadilly Circus are. A fan of literary canons? Visitors can trace the origins of Sherlock Holmes, Harry Potter, Peter Pan, V for Vendetta, and many more in London’s streets and alleys, subways and facades, nooks and crannies. Other places that are in the bucket list include Tate Modern, The Gherkin, The British Museum, Westminster Abbey, and St. Paul’s Cathedral. With all its contents and constituents, London is a city where rich history meets modernity.
When the urge to shop is bothering, visitors can take a stroll along Westfield London, Hay’s Galleria, One New Change, or just get lost in its maze of shops and storefronts because every district is an urban hub. When it comes to gastronomy, the popular afternoon tea must not be missed. London has an array of world-class food houses, fine dining restaurants, food trucks, pubs & bars, and teahouses with great atmosphere and convenient in terms of price range. London has a fair share of rainfall, snow, and sunshine hours so be sure to check the weather upon visiting.
All in all, as the famous English writer, Samuel Johnson said, “You find no man, at all intellectual, who is willing to leave London. No, Sir, when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can afford.”