The UK’s Most Beautiful Casinos

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When it comes to the world of casinos, we often think of the glamour. Hollywood and the likes of James Bond has really made us love the extravagance of playing casino games, dressing up to the nines and enjoying a spin on the slots or a hand at poker. Most Beautiful Casinos

But often when we do think of glamorous casinos, it isn’t necessarily the UK ones we think of. We’d perhaps associate them more with Las Vegas or Monte Carlo, but did you know the UK has some truly beautiful and luxurious casinos too?

To celebrate some of the country’s very best, we’re running down our most beautiful UK casinos…

The Ritz

The Ritz is one of the UK’s most exclusive and significant hotels in London, if not the world, and is highly regarded for its prestige. Located in the Piccadilly area of the capital, it was owned in 1906 by Swiss Hotelier Cesar Ritz and alongside it opened The Ritz Club, the basement club that is one of the most extravagant casinos you will ever see. 

The club is open to hotel guests and members and it’s a casino that really does only deal in high stakes. You’ll often find the world’s glitterati enjoying the slots or tables, as well as the exquisite food found in the Grill Club.

The Victoria

The Victoria, or The Vic as it’s commonly referred to, is much more contemporary than the Ritz and offers one of the best poker rooms in the country. It’s one of the longest established casinos in the country and offers a more relaxed gaming environment, as well as the ability to enjoy the likes of slots al fresco thanks to its wonderful roof terrace.

It offers a truly stunning view across London’s skyline and is one of the most intriguing, unique and exciting places to play casino in the world.

Les Ambassadeurs

Another premium casino in the heart of London is Mayfair’s Les Ambassadeurs. It’s a members club like few others in the world and offers 16 gaming tables across a number of different games, as well as fine dining from renowned chefs and exclusive events. 

Les A, has been welcoming some of the world’s elite, from diplomats to members of the aristocracy since the early 19th century and after a brief period of closure, re-established itself in the early 1990s once again as a must visit and highly sought after membership.

The Hippodrome

The Hippodrome is in the heart of the West End and just a stone’s throw from Leicester Square. While its usage as a casino has been relatively newly conceived, the building itself dates back to 1900, with many of its original features still found.

It actually opened as a hippodrome for variety shows and a circus performance and early shows even featured the likes of Julie Andrews and Cyril Richard. By the 1950s, the building became a nightclub named The Talk of the Town, which welcomed many popular artists of the time including The Supremes, Frank Sinatra, Tom Jones, Matt Monro, Stevie Wonder, Dusty Springfield and many, many more.

It’s a building full of history and you really get a feeling of it walking the casino floors. 

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