Gaming at Genting Casino Glasgow
Genting Casino Glasgow is a medium-sized casino geared towards the Chinese market. Their four American Roulette tables have a minimum bet of £1 and a maximum bet of £200.
There are also two Blackjack tables with bets of £3 – £500, four Baccarat tables with possibilities of £5 – £2,000, and a single 3-5 Multi-Win Poker table with limits of £3 – £500.
When it comes to electronic entertainment, there are 19 e-tables where you can play both automated and live card games including Multi-Win Poker and Baccarat. At Genting International Casino in Birmingham, the games are handled by live croupiers, and the action is transmitted to your 26-inch screen. These terminals also allow you to play electronic roulette for as little as 10p a spin.
They also include all of the most recent slot machines, including the Novomatic PowerLink progressive, which has three jackpots that can all be won with the smallest stake.
Genting Casino Glasgow offers tournaments such as Freezeout, Double Chance, and Mega-Stack. These are played five days a week (from Wednesday to Sunday). You will receive 5000 bonus chips if you buy in at least 15 minutes before the start of any scheduled poker tournament.
Wednesday through Sunday, you can also play cash poker. Games begin at 50p/£1 and larger stakes are available upon request.
Please keep in mind that all games are held in the dedicated card room and require a £5 registration fee.
For the most up-to-date information on the poker schedule and cash games, please visit the poker tab on their official website or their dedicated card room page on Facebook.
Genting Casino Glasgow Events & Entertainment
If you enjoy sports, the casino is also the place to be because it broadcasts all of the latest action from the Scottish Premiership, English Premier League, UEFA Champions League, and Spanish La Liga. There are TVs at the bar and across the gaming floor so you can keep track of the latest score while playing at the tables.
Unlike some Genting venues, there isn’t much live entertainment here, but that doesn’t stop you from singing and dancing to your heart’s content, as the casino has four luxurious karaoke rooms available for hire for just £15 per hour.
Don’t forget that you can earn points by using your reward card whenever you play, eat, or drink at the casino. The points you earn can be redeemed for food, drinks, and even free bets. If you do not yet have a reward card, please contact reception, who will gladly assist you.
Food & Drink
Genting Casino Glasgow’s aptly named Hou Mei Restaurant specialised in authentic Asian cuisine and serves meals from China, Malaysia, Vietnam, and Singapore.
They have a variety of menus to pick from, including the Main, Dim Sum, Steamboat, Claypot, and the amazing three-course menu, with pricing starting at only £10.99 for all three courses!
If you get hungry outside of these hours, you can get sandwiches, soup, burgers, pizza, bar food, noodle boxes, and salads from the old day menu.
Of course, refreshing drinks are available from the Hou Mei late bar, which now has a whole new cocktail menu. They also have a wide wine list, as well as beers and spirits, which are available beginning at 12pm.
Dress Code & Entry
The dress code is both formal and informal. There is no need to register, but non-members will be charged a £5 entry fee after 2 am on Friday and Saturday.
Sign up for a free membership if you want to take advantage of exclusive specials and offers. Simply register online in advance of your visit or chat with a member of the staff at reception. If you look to be under the age of 25, you will be forced to show photo identification.
Parking & Transport
All patrons have free parking, either in the casino’s own lot or around the corner in the Charing Cross car park, which can be accessible by Elmbank Crescent. If you park at Charing Cross, simply bring your ticket to the casino and they will reimburse your parking fee.
There is also a taxi rank right adjacent to the casino, and a bus station just outside the entrance serves a variety of routes, including the 15, 17, 77, N2, X1, simpliCITY 3 and 4.
The nearest train station, Charing Cross, is about a 5-minute walk away.