Casinos in Southampton

Around 75-miles from London and 19-miles along the coast from Portsmouth is Southampton, the biggest city in Hampshire. There are only two casinos, which is quite surprisingly when you consider the size of the place as well as the fact that it’s one of the UK’s biggest ports. Each casino is owned and operated by a different chain, with one from Genting and the other from Grosvenor.

Map of Southampton Casinos

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Terminus House, Terminus Terrace, Southampton , SO14 3FE
LeisureWorld, West Quay Road, Southampton, SO15 1RE

The Genting Club used to be a Mint Casino and is located inside an old Georgian building. As well as some real-life roulette tables, there are also nearly two dozen of the electronic variety, as well as slots with up to a £20,000 jackpot. They compliment Blackjack and three-card poker card game tables, for the more traditional amongst you. There are poker training days on a Tuesday for anyone who doesn’t know how to play the game, so you can then get involved with their tournaments or cash games if you want.

The Grosvenor Casino can be found near to the West Quay Retail Complex, which also houses an entertainment centre and shopping district. Again, there are roulette tables plus electronic roulette, Blackjack, three-card poker and even some baccarat tables. There’s a dedicated section of the casino especially for poker with competitions a regular feature. Add in four cash games a day and you can see why it’s a popular place to head to for poker lovers up and down the Solent.

Despite its size, the actual centre of Southampton isn’t that large. The casinos aren’t that far away from each other, with the Grosvenor being close to Southampton Central Train Station. The Genting Club is slightly to the Southeast of it on the other side of the city. If you’re looking a landmark, then it’s just moments from Queen’s Park.