Casinos in Hull

Kingston upon Hull has a population of around 260,000 and boasts a fair amount of tourist attractions. It’s popularity was also boosted when it was named as the Capital of Culture for 2017. You might therefore expect it to have more than two casinos, yet two casinos is precisely how many the city boasts.

Map of Hull Casinos

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15-16 Dock Street, Hull, HU1 3DL
193-203 George Street, Hull, HU1 3BS

In fairness, though, the two casinos between them cover pretty much any game that you could hope to play at such a venue, so there’s really no need for a huge amount of competition. Napoleon’s Casino has five different American roulette tables with different ranges of stakes available on each, as well as electronic variations of roulette for those of you that prefer playing the game that way. There are table games, such as three-card poker and Blackjack, plus around twenty slot machines. There’s a card room where you can play poker on a daily basis, with both tournament play and cash games taking place depending on when you go.

If poker is your game, then you’ll be pleased to know that there’s a choice of where to play it thanks to the poker room on offer at the Grosvenor Casino. There are weekly tournaments for you to get involved in, so you can mix and match between the two venues to get as much poker playing time as you can hope for. This casino is the one you’ll want to head to if you’re a slots fan; the HD gaming machines feature some of the most up-to-date games around. Traditional casino lovers will enjoy the likes of Blackjack, roulette and three-card poker available on the casino floor.

Hull River and the Humber Estuary dominate the city, yet only the Napoleon Casino is actually all that close to the banks of the river. The Grosvenor is much more centrally located, just minutes from the major shopping district and tourists attractions such as the Hull Maritime Museum.