Gaming at Grosvenor Casino Scarborough
Instead of anticipating a full-fledged casino when you visit Grosvenor Casino Scarborough, picture a chic arcade with 20 slot machines, 10 electronic roulette tables, and 3 poker tables.
On the more recent Super V+ Gaminator and IGT multi-game terminals, jackpots range from £500 on the older devices to £10,000 on them. Lord of the Ocean, Rich Witch, Gryphon’s Gold, Arabian Charms, Cats, Golden Goddess, and Pharaoh’s Fortune are just a few of the slot games you can play here.
Additionally, unusually for an online casino, they have a small poker area with just three tables. (more details below). You can’t play traditional games like Blackjack, American Roulette, or Three Card Poker because there aren’t any other live decks here.
Grosvenor Casino Events & Entertainment
Sports Experience Package: For just £5, you can get a bottle of beer, a panini, and a bag of chips to enjoy while watching your fave sporting events. In addition, they include a £5 coupon that can be used at any roulette or slot machine machine. There are two complimentary TVs in the lounge where you can watch live Sky Sports. There is also free WiFi.
The tiny private poker room, which is tucked away to the back right of the live casino and accessible via a short flight of stairs, offers Texas Hold’em cash games. (a disabled lift is also available).
There are no longer any regular games available, but you can simply organise a private game with friends. Two packages are offered; the first is called Self Dealt and costs just £1 per individual per night.
As an alternative, you can choose the £10 per person Poker Party Package, which comes with a dealer for the evening, a drink, a bar dinner, and a $5 machine credit.
Food & Drink
The location has a modest bar with a variety of beers, ciders, wines, and soft drinks. At the bar, you can also buy snacks and small dinners to eat while relaxing in the inviting lounge.
Dress Code & Entry
The clothing code is relatively lax other than the prohibition on hats and sportswear. Anyone over the age of 18 is invited to play and there is no registration requirement. If you appear to be under 21, an ID is only needed.
Parking & Transport
There isn’t a parking lot, but if you’re fortunate, you might be able to find a spot on the street right outside.
It takes less than ten minutes (half a mile) to stroll to the E-Casino from Scarborough train station. The closest bus stop, which services routes 2, 5, 7, 10, 13, 14, and 15, is right around the corner on Queens Street.