Casinos in Luton

Luton is one of those places outside of London that is often thought of as being within the commuter belt to the capital. The town is part of Bedfordshire and therefore not far from the likes of Dunstable, Aylesbury and Milton Keynes. Consequently, there isn’t a huge amount of demand for casinos with the 260,000 or so people who live within its borders able to head elsewhere for their amusement and entertainment.

Map of Luton Casinos

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Skimpot Road, Luton, LU4 0JB
35 Park Street West, Luton, LU1 3BE

There are still two casinos, however, and as they’re from two different chains they tend to compete with each other for your business. That means that no matter what happens you win, as you can compare and contrast and take advantage of the facilities of both venues. The Grosvenor Casino hosts No Limit Texas Hold’em tournaments towards the end of the week, as well as having cash games throughout the rest of the time their open. Combine that with other casino favourites such as Blackjack, roulette and a Wheel of Fortune and you’re in for a decent night.

Over at the Genting, meanwhile, you can enjoy slot machines with jackpots of around £10,000. There are also poker tournaments and cash games here, normally with a decent-size pot in the hope that that will attract players away from the Grosvenor’s games. There’s low-stakes roulette to play during the daytime and table games such as three-card poker, midi baccarat and Blackjack whenever you head into the casino. The Grosvenor does have one thing over the Genting though – the latter doesn’t offer a restaurant on-site.

The Grosvenor is the more central of the two casinos as far as Luton town is concerned. It’s just minutes away from Luton Train Station if you’re on foot and not far at all from the main shopping area. The Genting is actually closer to Dunstable town centre than Luton itself, located just along the road from Luton and Dunstable Hospital.