Being costal, historical marine cities both Portsmouth and Southampton, with their picturesque old towns, are both fascinating places to visit. Portsmouth is home to Nelson’s famous battle ship the HMS Victory and the historic Portsmouth dockyard.
If boats are not your thing then maybe spend some of your winnings in Portsmouth’s Gunwharf Quays shopping centre and admire the Spinnaker Tower standing 170 metres over the bustling harbour. Or even head further down the coast to Brighton, the gay capital of the south for a rather wilder experience.
If you are looking for somewhere unique to spend your winnings then head to The Lanes, Brighton’s rambling antiques village full of hard to find jewellery, but be ready to haggle!
Situated in regenerated Gunwharf Quays with its numerous shops, bars and restaurants, Grosvenor Casino Portsmouth is ideally situated in the quay and makes for a fabulous night out.
The modern casino is open 24 hours a day with a modern a la carte restraunt and live entertainment, quiz nights, ladies nights and even regular casino member day trips. There is a large casino floor fully stocked with blackjack, roulette, baccarat and more plus electronic roulette.
Away from the casino floor there’s even a ten foot sports screen TV so you’ll miss none of the sporting action whilst you play.
One of the least Genting cut-out casinos we’ve found. Situated right by the waterfront and a stones throw from the train station, Genting Casino Brighton offers a huge live poker tournament schedule, every casino game you could want, a quality restaurant and a classy modern bar open until 4am every day.
Offering a range of pre-book party nights, Genting casino Brighton seems to have something for everyone, dont forget to ask about their new customer promotions which vary monthly.