Still young when it comes to the casino world, Scotland has only 15 casinos spread throughout just four cities: Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh, and Glasgow. You will find great entertainment in whatever casino in whatever city you choose.
In fact, all the casinos strictly adhere to the UK standard and can guarantee you to have an exceptional experience.
Soul Casino, Aberdeen
One of four casinos found in Aberdeen is the Soul Casino: it may be small but its setting is statuesque. Inside a former church, its high ceilings and stained glass windows create an ethereal atmosphere within which to play making it one of the most glamorous of the casinos in Aberdeen.
The selection of games is smaller than most other casinos, both for slots and table games. However, they offer Blackjack, Baccarat and Poker, but not Poker Cash. For those who don’t gamble, this is the perfect venue for a visit to one of the many stylish bars in the casino for quiet enjoyment of many delicious cocktails and a great choice of other drinks. An added bonus is the free entry into the casino itself.
Grosvenor Maybury Casino, Edinburgh
Visit the Grosvenor Maybury Casino, a small but classic casino located in the old city of Edinburgh. It is situated near a couple of hotels we recommend, such as the Edinburgh Marriot and the more budget-friendly Ibis.
This casino may have only a small selection of slots but makes up for this by having 12 live tables, an impressive number. The standards are all there, Blackjack, Roulette, and Poker, as well as some much-desired Poker cash games. Residing in a beautiful art deco building, the Maybury, as it is commonly called, includes an excellent bar and dining area to cater to all appetites.
Alea Glasgow Casino
Alea Glasgow Casino is a relatively large casino and competes with five others in the city. The largest concentration of casinos in Scotland is, in fact, found in this city, so standing out is a must. With a huge selection of games the Alea Casino does just that. It portrays a Vegas-strip ambiance, offers a huge array of slots, and more than eight live tables.
This casino is deservedly one of the best in the city. Blackjack, Roulette, Baccarat, and Poker are featured along with some excellent Poker Cash tables, such as Texas Holdem and Omaha Poker. If that wasn’t enough, the casino covers two floors with stunning views of the river Clyde and the Glasgow cityscape, creating an opulent atmosphere in keeping with a Las Vegas feel.
The casino world is booming in Scotland and this is just the beginning. With excellent casinos across the country, it is easy to find the perfect spot to lay down a couple of bets, relax, and have some fun.
Free entrance, a casual dress code, and no ID required all serve to make this a popular hang-out. In addition, there are trendy bars, a restaurant with private rooms, function areas, and sports played on large screens enhance this experience and cater to a wide range of customers.