The Hippodrome Casino is the busiest and largest international-style casino in the UK. The initial building opened in 1900 with the design created by renowned architect Frank Matcham. After numerous enlargements and venue changes, it became a famous casino in July 2012.
As a 24/7 casino, the Hippodrome Casino attracts tourists and thousands of Brits to enjoy a night out with a combination of theatre, dining and gambling. The main doors open onto the busiest street in London. It offers five floors of gambling pleasure including an indoor smoking terrace, six bars, a cabaret and music room with 325 seats, an award-winning restaurant as well as the PokerStars Live Deck. The Macau Lounge is housed on the ground floor, with the Grand Casino boasting a 360-degree view of the extraordinary auditorium, the poker deck and the Heliot Steak House on the first floor.
On the lower ground floor is the Lola Casino where gamblers try their hand at craps and other table games while regular entertainment and music are an everyday occurrence. If you need a quiet gaming experience, then the third-floor Cranbourne Club is the place to go. The Hippodrome won two awards, one for Casino of the Year and another from the European Casino Operator.