Aberdeen is widely considered one of the UK’s finest cities, featuring an array of cultural and historical sights to see, a superbly varied nightlife, museums and galleries to delight the eyes and mind. For example, those interested in military history will want to explore the Gordon Highlanders Museum
, which is dedicated to that regiment – and has friendly, knowledgeable staff to explain the exhibits. On the other hand, Duthie Park is more likely to appeal to wildlife lovers, while there is also a thriving casino industry. So where should fans of land-based and online casino gaming start?
Part of the popular chain, the Grosvenor G Casino can be found at 5 Exchequer Row. It is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, just like an online casino, and is still considered one of the city’s big gaming outlets. You will find table games of 3-Card Poker, Blackjack and Roulette in the middle of the gaming floor and slot machines around the edges – with 20 of the latter available and 22 table and poker games (12 poker ones). Themed machines include the likes of Lucky Lady’s Charm
and Book of Ra, while the restaurant is another big plus point of this casino, as the steak dinners are superb.
Moving on, we come to the Rainbow Casino at 59 Summer Street. This is open from 3pm to 5am between Sunday and Thursday, and 3pm and 7am on Friday and Saturday. Many consider this one of the best casino in the city – and it is certainly one of the most popular – with 20 slot machines and 11 table and poker games. You can find Blackjack (3 tables), American Roulette (8 tables) and Casino Stud Poker (2 tables), as well as one machine providing Electronic Roulette. While not as sizeable as the Grosvenor G, it is definitely one of the places gaming fanatics should be sure to pay a visit to.
Finally there is the Soul Casino
, at 333 Union Street, in the upmarket West End district. The building is a converted church and retains features like the stained glass windows and organ – making for a unique atmosphere. It’s the newest addition to the gaming scene in Aberdeen, and is smaller but more exclusive. If you are a player of mobile casino games
then you will love the 3-Card Poker tables, 7 Blackjack tables and 5 Roulette games. Entry is entirely free and the restaurant offers wonderful food.
Although Aberdeen is noted for the culture and history it has on offer, the nightlife and gaming in the city is not to be sniffed at either.