Casinos in Bournemouth

Bournemouth is located on the South Coast of England and has a population of just under 200,000. It is close to other small coastal towns, such as Poole and Weymouth, as well as larger cities like Southampton and Portsmouth. That might well explain why it’s never been overrun by casinos, with the town boasting two at the time of writing.

Map of Bournemouth Casinos

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9 Yelverton Road, Bournemouth, BH1 1DA
48 Westover Road, Bournemouth, BH1 2BZ

As is the case with other UK towns that only have two casinos to speak of, there tends not to be a huge amount of crossover between the two when it comes to the games that they offer. Obviously, there are still some of the same games on offer at both, but if you like to play poker then you’re going to want to head to the Grosvenor Casino as is it’s the only one of the two that has poker tournaments. There are regular cash games played, for those of you that want to enter a tournament, and you can also play the likes of Three-Card Poker on the tables.

Three-Card Poker is the only variation of the game that you’ll find at Bournemouth’s Genting Casino. Whereas the Grosvenor is open 24-hours and tables games are available to play from 10am to 7am, Genting’s live gaming starts from one in the afternoon. This is the one of the two casinos that you’ll want to head to if you’re keen on electronic gaming, because as well as 24 electronic roulette tables, there are also 20 slot machines.

As a coastal town, most of Bournemouth’s major activity takes place on the sea-front. The casinos are both a little further back, however, with the Grosvenor being the closest to the beach and the Genting nearer to what you might call the centre of the town, at least as far as the shops are concerned.