Grosvenor Casino Sheffield
Napoleons Sheffield Casino & Restaurant – Owlerton
Sheffield Casino Guide
Sheffield is a popular city in the county of South Yorkshire, England. From its rapid development during the industrial revolution, its population has grown to 575,400. As a vibrant city with a character and a flare for creativity, it is one of the eight largest English cities. Its name is derived from the River Sheaf, which runs through the city.
As with the river that runs through this great city, amusement and entertainment also flows among its prominent streets, highlighted by the 3 casinos in the area.
- The Genting Club Casino Sheffield
- The Grosvenor Casino Sheffield
- The Napoleons Sheffield Casino & Restaurant
Genting Club Casino Sheffield is the biggest Casino in Sheffield and is located on St. Paul’s Place at Arundel Gate. The casino has square footage totalling 35,000, with the most amount of live tables available for classic casino games, 16 in total, along with 38 gaming machines and 5 poker tables. The Casino also has a Sports Lounge showing all the big sporting events on a massive screen with tables available for private hire.
Just 16 minute walk away or 1,232 yards is the Grosvenor Casino Sheffield which is located on Duchess Road. The Grosvenor Casino in Sheffield has the most number of gaming machines, 60 in total along with 10 poker tables within 24,000 square feet of the casino floor. The Casino is said to have the biggest electronic gaming arena outside London.
If you travel further along from the city centre, 4 miles to be exact, you will find Napoleons Sheffield Casino & Restaurant – Owlerton situated on Livesey St with 44 gaming machines, 10 live tables, and 3 poker tables, to provide quality gaming experience to the people of Sheffield and its visitors.
The three casinos have been providing gaming entertainment for visitors and locals alike. These games include the classic table games like American Roulette, Blackjack, Three-Card Poker, Mahjong, and Baccarat. Bets can range from 50 cents to £1000. Aside from these, they also host regular cash games and poker tournaments on a daily and weekly basis.
If you’re not in to play at the gaming area, the restaurants and bars of each casino will certainly be worth your while. Just make sure to keep in mind that the legal gambling age in these Casinos are 18 years old and above.
Apart from the gaming action there is plenty of sights to visit and things to do. Sheffield has been known to the world as the Steel City for its industry way back in the 1900s. The city continues to innovate itself to this day, gone are the smoking chimneys stacks but instead green and modern cityscapes set against the stunning backdrop of the Peak District National Park. The Millenium Gallery, Winter Garden, Kelham Island Museum, Sheffield Theatres, and the Sheffield Botanical Gardens are just a few of the top places to see and explore in this wonderful city.
The city centre is also home to the best food & drink experiences in Sheffield. The Steam Yard, Tamper, Cubana, Marmadukes, The Botanist, and Gatsby are just a few of the most popular places to visit. When it comes to places to hang out and spend some afternoon tea or coffee, you may want to check out The Rude Shipyard, Harland Cafe, Tamper Coffee, Crucible Corner, and Okeh Cafe.
Sheffield, like the rest of the UK has a generally temperate climate, which at times may get cool, gloomy, and wet. Other than this, there’s nothing else to worry about but enjoy the great experience that the city offers.