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There is ample free parking for customers on nearby Tennant Street or you can park under cover in the Euro Car Park and have your ticket validated at reception before you leave. The leisure complex is also very well serviced by public transport and various taxi companies. The casino is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and has good disabled access. Entry is free and all you need to become a member on the spot is a suitable form of photo ID (a passport or driving licence).
The casino games obviously take centre stage at this venue and you can choose to spend time at one of the tables (predominantly Roulette or Blackjack) or try your luck on the electronic games as well as the slots and jackpot slots. Poker is also played here, so if you’re in a competitive mood you will have the opportunity to try and convert it into a pile of cold, hard cash.
This venue has a relaxed atmosphere and is as welcoming to new players as it is to repeat visitors. Those of you who fancy some time out from the gaming can have a drink and maybe even a snack at the bar, or you might prefer to visit the entertainment lounge or enjoy a meal in the restaurant.
It has to be said that the Grosvenor G Casino in Birmingham isn’t the biggest of venues, but in fairness it doesn’t claim to be. The aim of this casino is simply to give people the chance to enjoy a solid night out, and the bottom line is that it succeeds in great style.