Southampton Casino Guide
Southampton is a popular cruise ship stop and shopping destination in Hampshire, South East England. The city’s appeal lies in its diverse nightlife, various leisure facilities, art and heritage attractions, and the charm of being a waterfront location. According to the last census, it is home to 253,651 people.
As for amusement and gaming, there are two popular venues in Southampton which are 1.1 miles apart. Genting Club Terminus Terrace, as its name implies, is located at the Terminus Terrace, a famous spot in the city, offering 20 tables for live gaming classics and 20 Slot Machines. It is actually the largest casino in the city in terms of gaming facilities as the other one, Grosvenor Casino Southampton at W Quay Rd, only has 12 tables open for classic games with the same amount of Slot Machines.
Together, the two casinos provide the city of Southampton the opportunity to play Roulette, Blackjack, and Three Card Poker. They also have separate rooms and tables for Cash Game Poker, Texas Hold’em, which are available on a regular basis. Tourists and locals flock to these venues for an exciting night of entertainment, as well as enjoy their gastronomic offers in their restaurants. The legal age of gambling in the city is 18 years old and above.
Stepping into the world outside, a guided walk of the Southampton’s old walls with See Southampton Tour Guides leads to great appreciation of the city. The Tudor House and the Gardens in the Old Town brings tourists into 800 years of history. The new Sea City Museum houses a permanent exhibition of the city’s Titanic Story. Yes, the famous ship was from Southampton’s Docks to being its ill-fated voyage.
The bustling port of Southampton makes it a popular vacation spot as well as a center of international flavour to a culinary trail around Hampshire. Here, you will find specialist shops and restaurants that offer Thai, Indian, Greek, Spanish, Italian, American, Chinese, Mexican, Middle Eastern and Afro-Latino menus. Visitors may also enjoy the waterfront setting at the Ocean Village with its popular bars, restaurants, and cinemas. Oxford Street and Bedford place are also among the liveliest areas in the city blessed with a wide selection of restaurants, bars, and nightclubs.
Southampton has an oceanic climate like the rest of the UK. But since it is in a low-lying and sheltered location, it has warmer and sunnier cities among the rest of the country. And that’s another reason to come by and see the wonders of the place.