There are 3 land based casinos in Nottingham and 1 that is no longer open. Click on the links below for a review and details of their facilities.
Featured Nottingham Casino
Nottingham's Genting Casino is a place not to be missed by anyone looking for a fun and exciting night.
Located inside the Corner House opposite the Theatre Royal, the casino offers a place to either stop by and have a drink with friends or to place a few bets on the gaming floor.
Latest Events at Nottingham Casinos
Celebrate the Chinese New Year at Alea Nottingham and enjoy a free prize draw on top of an exciting line up of all-night entertainment that promises no dull moments throughout the event. To get in on the prize draw, you must collect stamps for each visit you make at the casino. Don't forget to claim your stamp cards the first time you drop by. These stamps are equivalent to a single entry to the draw, so make sure you collect as much as you can to increase your chances of winning any of these prizes: 100,000 Player Reward points, £1000 worth of gaming chips, £500 worth of gaming chips, and £250 worth of gaming chips. The draw will be on the Chinese New Year party on the 22nd, so you can expect a sumptuous Chinese buffet prepared by Mr Man's, a traditional Lion Dance, and an open-mic karaoke for everyone! Don't miss out on the festivities, mark your calendars today.
Genting Casino Nottingham
Join this month's Slots Club at Genting Casino Nottingham and you'll get £5 match plays on your 2nd, 5th, and 7th visit every week! Don't forget to collect your stamp cards at the start of the week. Collect stamps each week to earn match plays.
On top of all these free match plays being thrown around, members of the Slots Club will get a massive 25% off on all food and soft drink purchases before 6pm every day.
If you're not a member yet, just approach any of the casino staff and they'll be happy to help you with the registration process - it's fast and hassle-free!
See previous months casino promotions.
Did you Know?
Did you know that the City of Nottingham has been known by a number of different names since it came into existence and, believe it or not, was once called 'Snotingaham'?
It was called this when it became the domain of a Saxon Chief called Snot and acquired the name as it became the home of his people (ham = homestead and inga = the people of).
With 4 Nottingham casinos to choose from and more proposed including Europe's largest poker room, Nottingham certainly lives up to its impressive reputation for great night life. Although the urban myth declaring that an 11 - 1 ratio of females to males exists is almost certainly untrue, with the most bars and restaurants in one square mile than any other European city, the city certainly knows how to have a good time at night.
Although the casinos in Nottingham provide great bars and restaurant, there are a huge variety of alternatives too all over the city. The recently built Cornerhouse hosts the Genting casino, some cosmopolitan restaurants, multiplex cinema and pavement bars. Castle wharf, developed from disused warehouses, with its cobbled streets and canal side location is bustling outside in the summer and Hockley and the Lace Market, close to the Gala casino, are forever competing to provide the latest trendy bar for those wanting to be seen in the hippest location. Bluu, Dogma and Bar Ha Ha are all worth a visit.
As well as all this, Nottingham is also home to the some great traditional pubs, not least the reputed oldest in the UK: The Olde Trip to Jerusalem, built out into the sandstone rocks, adjacent to the castle of Nottingham. Nearby, there is also The Bell Inn and Salutation, all serving a great selection of real ales.
With 2 universities it's hardly surprising that the bar scene rivals that on the most buzzing of cities. Heading a little out of town, party bars such as Flares and Liberties, right next to Alea casino are always full to the brim.
For those wanting something a little less hectic, but still full of life, try Mansfield Road, which has had a new burst of life recently.