There are 5 land based casinos in Glasgow. Click on the links below for a review and details of their facilities.
Also, there are 5 poker rooms in Glasgow:
Featured Glasgow Casino
The Genting Casino Glasgow offers a fun packed evening for everyone, whether you looking for a place to meet friends for a few drinks or you're looking for the excitement and bustle of the gaming floor.
There's even an indoor golf machine with a selection of 50 courses!
Latest Events at Glasgow Casinos
July 19th - Drop by the casino on the 19th, and enjoy a classy show with Sarah Cassidy who will be playing at the Long Bar from 10pm until 11:30pm. It's the perfect warmer-upper for any Saturday night out. The act will be followed by the Resident DJ until late, so you don't have to go anywhere else for a fantastic party. Bring all your friends with you and have a wild night!
July 24th - Enjoy another round of Alea Glasgow's slots party this month! Drop by on the 24th from lunch until 6pm, and enjoy hourly random prize draws and an awesome Commonwealth Games quiz with Peter Walker, that'll have everyone participating! Throughout the event enjoy a sumptuous complimentary buffet that's going to throw amazing BBQ's your way, cakes, ice cream, and sweets.
There are also several other offers, along with free bet giveaways, all of which make the afternoon, one fantastic event. Make sure you don't miss out on any of the fun!
The Corinthian Club has a new Executive Head Chef, and the first order of business is to inject some delightful changes to the Market Menu. The restaurant will be offering different dishes every day, and will feature dishes from around the world. Every day is an adventure at the restaurant, so make sure you don't miss anything! The dishes are also available at an amazing value, so you're not breaking any banks when you drop by and get a taste of the world.
From Mondays to Fridays, enjoy 2 courses for lunch at only £12.50, and 2 courses for dinner at only £15.00. Weekends will have 2 courses at £15.00 for both lunch and dinner. The new menu is attracting tons of diners so advanced booking is advised.
July 27th - Drop by the casino on the 27th this month and enjoy an awesome Whiskey tasting event unlike any other! The team from Johnnie Walker themselves will be hosting the event, bringing to guests one fantastic experience. There will be a wide selection of samples only from their finest drams.
Taste the finest Whiskeys and get to learn the history of the famous Mr Walker himself. There will laso be canapés for everyone throughout the event. Enjoy the event for only £20.00 for non-card holders, £15.00 for pink and platinum card holders, and only £10.00 for black card holders.
See previous months casino promotions.
Did you Know?
Did you know that the first ever international football match was played in Glasgow? The match took place back in 1872 and was contested by Scotland and England at Hamilton Crescent, the ground of West of Scotland Cricket Club. Hamden Park in Glasgow also holds the record for the largest attendance in Europe when more than 149,000 fans turned out to see Scotland face England in 1937. Scotland won the match 3 - 1.
As well as the Glasgow casinos, Glasgow city centre, with over 700 pubs and bars, 50 clubs and countless restaurants is a bustling and entertaining nightlife venue. Previously named the "City of Culture", the image lives on with some trendy clubs attracting top DJ's, traditional pubs and modern themed bars. There is no shortage of casinos in Glasgow. There are 5 in the centre and Gala is so impressed by the city that they have opened four of them!
Nightlife tends to be centred around certain areas - Ashton Lane with its quaint cobbled streets has many bars and restaurants, the West End, with its clubs and bars and Merchant City in the centre, popular with students and host to one of Gala's Glasgow casinos.
Although the centre is packed with people seeking a good time on the weekend, some of the best nights can be had on weeknights. The music scene has some of the UK's best established venues including Glasgow Barrowlands, King Tut's Wah Wah, The Plaza, The Arena and for some world class DJ's: Archaos.
Those seeking a less noisy and more cultural evening will be impressed by the amount of cinemas, theatres and concert halls in and around the centre of the city. Of particular note, the Tramway and the Citizens theatres, south of the river are worth a visit.
As with all vibrant cities, the club scene is in Glasgow is constantly changing and different nights have distinctly different styles of music, but from rap to reggae, if you check out the local guides you'll be able to find something to your taste.
For a local touch, Park Bar, Scotia Bar and Clutha Vaults all play traditional highland sounds and The Riverside Club holds ceilidh dances every weekend. Still on a Celtic feel, Molly Malones in Hope Street has live bands every night of the week.