Gaming at Genting Casino Queen Square Liverpool
Genting Casino Queen Square (formerly known as Genting Club Queen Square) underwent a multi-million pound refurbishment in 2012. Along with significant upgrades to its restaurant and bars, which you can read about below, the two-story venue now has an expanded gaming floor.
There are a total of 12 live tables at the casino’s core. Their six American Roulette tables have a minimum stake of £0.50 and a maximum stake of £100, while their three Blackjack Bonus tables have limits ranging from £2 to £1,000. They also feature two Baccarat tables (£5 – £3,000) and one Three Card Poker table (£2 – £1000).
If you like to play for larger stakes at any of these tables, please ask one of the courteous staff members who will do their best to satisfy your request.
Banks of contemporary slots, including the well-known Power Link progressive, are lined up along the walls. Additionally, if you enjoy playing electronic roulette, you may wager as low as 10p at one of the 14 Sabre multi-win terminals. There is plenty to keep you entertained on these machines, including electronic Baccarat and 3-5 multi-win poker.
If you’re new to the casino, take advantage of a free learn-to-play session on your first visit. That way, you’ll know what you’re doing before you risk any money.
Liverpool’s only poker venue is the Genting Queen Square cardroom. Every day of the week, the club offers fully dealer dealt tournaments and cash games. Additionally, if you sign up 15 minutes before a competition begins, you’ll get a 20% early bird bonus off the starting stack.
If you don’t know your pair from your flush, don’t worry—the staff at the venue will be happy to walk you through the game.
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Genting Casino Queen Square Liverpool Events & Entertainment
You should look at the available experience packages if you are new to gambling. A welcome drink from the bar, a personalised lesson on the game of your choosing, and a starter ticket are all included. Packages can be upgraded to include a tasty 3-course meal from the restaurant or a snack from the bar menu for just £13.95 per person.
There are other forms of entertainment in addition to the lively gaming area. A dance floor, DJ equipment and private VIP booths where you can unwind or follow the latest sporting events are all available upstairs at the 1880 bar.
You can benefit from 50% off the a la carte meal before or after the performance if you’re going to the neighbouring Royal Court Theatre. To take advantage of this offer, just present your ticket counterfoil at the time of ordering.
Become a member of the Genting Reward Scheme to earn points whenever you buy meals or drinks and whenever you play at live tables or on video poker machines.
Food & Drink
Two bars can be found at Genting Casino Liverpool, along with a fantastic restaurant that has a TripAdvisor rating of 5 out of 5. You may choose from a variety of options on the menu that are sure to satisfy your needs, and you can even watch your food being prepared by the skilled chefs in the open view kitchen. For visitors to the theatre, they also offer discounted rates! For further information, see the section below.
The club’s brand-new, opulent 360-degree bar and lounge space is located on the first floor, above the main gaming floor, and it has been created with the intention of routinely hosting live entertainment. The chic bar offers an excellent selection of wines and champagne in addition to traditional cocktails and spirits from premium brands. Every day, the store is open from 12 pm to 5 am.
Dress Code & Entry
There is a smart-casual dress code. Although a membership is not necessary to play, we do suggest that you join to take advantage of the rewards programme. Only if you appear to be younger than 21 or if you want to join will you be asked to present a photo ID.
Parking & Transport
You can reserve a space in advance or view the rates at the Queens Square multi-story parking garage, which is open twenty-four hours a day.
Since the casino is in the middle of the city, using public transport is simple. Additionally, there is a bus stop right outside on Whitechapel that serves more than 18 lines, and the train stations at Liverpool Lime Street, Liverpool Central, James Street, and Moorfields are all close by.