There are 2 land based casinos in Southampton and 1 that is no longer open. Click on the links below for a review and details of their facilities.
Featured Southampton Casino
Located in the Leisure World on West Quay Road, the Grosvenor Casino ensures that there is something for everyone including a huge variety of games, a well stocked bar, excellent dining options and a relaxed atmosphere. The casino is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and no membership is required.
Latest Events at Southampton Casinos
Genting Club Terminus Terrace
Feb 21st - enjoy the night with a mixture of hit classics that span several eras and genres on the 21st this month with Brett Brooks. The show is perfect for anyone looking for a relaxing night out, so head on down to the casino for one amazing night.
Feb 28th - catch an amazing Tina Turner tribute on the 28th this month with Typically Tina. This highly-rated tribute show is a must see for all those Tina Turner fans out there, so if you're one of them, better mark your calendars or you'll be sorry you didn't!
G Casino Southampton
Feb 22nd - celebrate the start of the Chinese New Year with a fantastic party at G Casino Southampton this month. Start the year right with loads of good fortune and meet the Money God who will be paying a visit to the casino from 10pm onward, and will be giving away lucky red envelopes which contain random giveaways. There will be a free authentic Chinese buffet for everyone at midnight, and a traditional Lion Dance. Don't miss out on the festivities, be at the casino on the 22nd.
Feb 24th - don't miss out on the chance to win £2,000 cash in the casino's Fortune Prize Draw this month. Guests will be able to collect entry tickets to the draw for each visit they make from the 1st until the 24th this month. Keep visiting every day to increase your chances of winning. The draw will be on the 24th at midnight, with the ceremony starting as early as 10:30pm. Make sure you're present in order to claim your prize - you wouldn't want the £2,000 cash to go down the drain would you?
See previous months casino promotions.
The city of Southampton on England's south coast is the biggest city in the county of Hampshire.
Southampton has a long and illustrious maritime history, is still one of the busiest commercial ports in Europe and is still the departure point for many cruise ships. Because of its position as the departure point of many vessels, Southampton was once known as 'The Gateway to the Empire'.
In fact, the city was where the Mayflower set sail in 1620 when the Pilgrim Fathers departed England for North America, witnessed the beginning of the tragic maiden voyage of the unsinkable RMS Titanic and was the home port for Cunard vessels the RMS Queen Mary, RMS Queen Elizabeth and their subsequent replacements the QE2 and QM2.
Southampton achieved further fame as the home of the Supermarine Spitfire, the RAF fighter that was so instrumental in defeating the Luftwaffe in the 'Battle of Britain' in World War Two. As a result the factory and the city as a whole were targets for the Germans because of its importance as a commercial area and its docks, and much of Southampton was flattened, resulting in a large scale development since the mid 1940s.
As with many cities in the UK, Southampton has undergone a lot of modernisation in recent years and this has seen the introduction of upmarket developments throughout.
This modernisation has brought a number of good additions to the city's nightlife, which is considered to be the best in the region. Indeed, Southampton is said to be one of the best cities for single 18-30 year olds in the United Kingdom.
Southampton has a number of traditional and historic pubs, as well as its fair share of music venues, trendy bars, restaurants, clubs and three casinos: the Grosvenor Casino Southampton, Genting Casino Harbour Quay and the Genting Club Terminus Terrace.
A number of the city's night time attractions can be found along West Quay Road at Leisure World, which is a modern multi-purpose complex with restaurants, bars, a multi-screen cinema and the Grosvenor Casino.
The Grosvenor Casino Southampton is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week and offers blackjack, American and electronic roulette, three-card poker, and slots; a fully licensed bar which is open until 6am; and The Dining Room which is open Wednesday to Saturday until 2am.
Genting Casino Harbour Quay is located close by the Town Quay train station in the city centre and has blackjack, American and electronic roulette and three-card poker, plus patrons can set up their own private poker table. A bar snack menu is available, Thursday night serves up a complimentary Indian buffet and there is a bar with a late license.
The Genting Club Terminus Terrace can be found at Terminus House and is open seven days a week until 6am. Patrons can play blackjack, American and electronic roulette, three-card poker, plus hire a poker table for up to 50 people for just £5 per hour.
The Genting Club Terminus Terrace also has a restaurant which opens from 7pm until 3am and every Monday and Tuesday night features a complimentary Chinese buffet.