Guide to London Casinos
There are 24 casino establishments in London each offering different facilities, games and food & drink, offering a different theme, wagering games and dining experience. Guide to London Casinos offers you in-depth reviews on each casino in London allowing you to make an informed decision on which casino to visit and join within the London area.
Each independent casino review contains information on the games offered, the food and drink available within the casino as well as the many facilities available away from the gaming floor such as themed bars, lounges and sports areas. Each review also contains information on special events held by each casino, as well as the various customer reward programmes available to join.
As well as providing useful information on each casino, we have also provided a comments section under each review.
The purpose of the comments section is to let future readers gain more insight from your visits to one of London's many casinos. If you've been to any of the casinos reviewed and feel that your experience would be useful to a future reader, we would appreciate your feedback.
Casinos in London by Area
Looking for a casino close to your hotel? Click on any of the red balloons to highlight the closest casino in London to you, then click on the name of the casino to go straight to the in-depth review.
What's Your Game?
Blackjack? Roulette? Table Games or Slots? Most of us have a favoured game we like to play. As well as reviewing all casinos in London we have sections on each game containing information on the basics of each game to advanced strategy.
A game of skill or chance? Well that depends on who's playing. The skill in Blackjack is about lowering the house edge by firstly understanding the basics of the game and then following basic gameplay. Once you have a good understanding of basic gameplay, there's more advanced strategy to help you lower the house edge when playing Blackjack.
Born in France in the 7th century, Roulette remains one of the most popular wagering games found in a London casino. The Roulette table is always a hive of entertainment especially in the evenings. There are of course different variations of Roulette: American (double zero), French Roulette offering Voisins du zero, Tiers du cylindre and Orphelins (AKA French Bets).
As well as the popular wagering games found on the casino floor all London casinos have a selection of games that catch our interest when walking round the casino. Games such as Let it Ride, Caribbean Stud Poker and 3 Card Poker can always be found normally with two or three people interested enough to sit down at a table and chance their luck. Most table games will have added wagering options such as Prime or Six Card Bonus.
1887 saw the first automatic slot machine introduced called the Liberty Bell. The basic concept of the slot machine hasn't changed since then but its developed into themed slots offering games within a game. Every London casino has a selection of state of the art slots such as the all famous IGT slot Cleopatra to progressive slots offering staggering jackpots. Here we review the different types of slot machines found in the many casinos in and around London.
Playing your favourite games online
Whilst we focus on casinos in London we appreciate that many of our site visitors also enjoy wagering online from the comfort of their home. We've partnered with Caribic Casino who offer all visitors to 'Guide to London Casinos' an exclusive welcome package. We've chosen Caribic Casino based on their customer service, selection of games and withdrawal times when cashing out winnings. They are licensed and regulated in the UK and make it their priority to put the customer first.
Did you know? Fun Facts
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Charles Fey invented the slot machine in 1895. He was a mechanic by trade and invented the slot machine for customers to play while they waited for their car to be fixed. The machine became so popular that gambling houses started to purchase Feys invention in a bid to keep people entertained while all the table games were fully occupied.