Casinos in Brighton

Found in between Worthing and Eastbourne, Brighton is a popular resort on the South coast. Together with Hove it is actually classed as a city and has a population of just short of 300,000. The population, combined with the fact that it’s a popular place for tourists to head to, is probably the reason for its three different casinos.

Map of Brighton Casinos

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6-8 Preston Street, Brighton, BN1 2HN
9 Grand Junction Road, Brighton, BN1 1PP
Brighton Marina Village, Brighton , BN2 5UT

Brighton isn’t just a cool place to go if you want to have an English break or celebrate with the LGBTQ community. The three casinos in the city also offer something for everyone. In fact, the Rendezvous Casino is split over two floors, with the bottom floor having smaller stakes and a bit of a party atmosphere over the weekend. There are cash poker games and tournaments here, but with a decent slot selection, as well as Mah Jong and Baccarat tables, you might find the poker is the least interesting thing you can take part in.

The Grosvenor Casino might well be where you head if you take your poker seriously. The casino itself offers high stakes Roulette and Blackjack, so it’s obviously aiming itself at a slightly different clientele. There’s a large poker room that features cash games and tournaments of the different varieties of the game with No Limit Texas Hold’em played nightly. The Genting Casino has a dedicated poker section, as opposed to a room, so it might be the place to go if you take it all a bit less seriously. In the casino itself, there’s American roulette and table games, such as Blackjack and Mini Baccarat.

Because it’s a seaside town, Brighton aims everything towards its picturesque front. The Rendezvous Casino is slightly out on its own at the marina end of the promenade, whilst the Grosvenor is close the famous Lanes area of Brighton’s centre. The Genting Casino is at the opposite end of the strip to the Rendezvous, about the same distance from the train station as the Grosvenor.