Salford Casino Guide
Salford is a vibrant city at the heart of Northwest England and directly west of Greater Manchester city centre in a meander of the River Irwell. The historical city has been home to several firsts, including the world’s first free public library and the first street to be lit by gas. The city is home to 72,750 people.
More to the many firsts in Salford, locals and tourists enjoy the nightlife that is highlighted in the city’s two casinos which lets discerning visitors to exciting live games of Roulette, Blackjack, and Poker. They also hold surprise games and regular tournaments to up the ante. Altogether, the two casinos provide the city with more or less 60 gaming machines.
Genting Casino Salford at Cromwell Road has 11 live tables on 24/7, as well as 38 gaming machines and a restaurant and a bar. It is the larger of the two gaming venues. Although the other one, the Grosvenor Casino Salford, at Derwent Street, also competes with the same number of live tables and 20 gaming machines and is also open 24/7.
Both establishments are 10 minutes apart; 2.3 miles, and follows the city gambling age restriction for those who are below 18 years old.
Salford is also home to must-visit places that adds to several reasons why one must go see the city. The Quays in Salford is Manchester’s popular waterfront destination, a paradise for those who are looking for a break. It has Shopping centres, the Lowry Outlet; as well as live theatres and the country’s finest museums.
The Imperial War Museum North and The Lowry provide exciting contemporary architecture that are certainly to behold with contents that are as stunning as their setting. A five-star film entertainment awaits the whole family as well as awesome tours the BBC tours and MediaCityUK. The heritage trail at Salford Quays on self guided walks shouldn’t be missed when in the city too.
The gastronomic experience in Salford is also one of a kind, offering the most sophisticated and sought after menus from elegant gourmet cultures. Bella Italia, Blacksticks, Cafe Rouge, George’s Restaurant, La Turka Bistro, Mambos Italian Restaurant, Marco’s New York Italian, and Pacifica Cantonese, to mention a few. Bambino, Cafe Vintage, Tea Room, and GK Gallery & Tea Room are cafes that stand out among the many wonderful places to hang out in.
The climate is Salford’s just warm and temperate; very much welcoming to those who have it in mind to visit. Or simply, to everyone.