Grosvenor Casino Soames, Manchester Review Continued...
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The casino is open seven days a week, 24 hours a day, and offers Roulette, Blackjack, Jackpot Slots and other games. The range of games available here isn’t the broadest, but not all casinos have the floor space to accommodate every game possible, so it makes sense for Grosvenor Casino Soames to focus on those that are most popular with the gaming public.
Grosvenor Play Points give you an incentive to play here regularly rather than once every blue moon. Produce your Grosvenor Play Points card whenever you play games, buy a drink or have a meal and you will earn points according to your spend. Collect as many points as you like, then swap them for vouchers to use against future food and drink purchases, use them to play more of your favourite games or exchange them for a tangible gift. There are currently more than 500 gifts to choose from, including iPads, DAB radios and more.
As you would expect from a Grosvenor venue, this casino also boasts a Late Bar and an in-house restaurant. The bar serves wines, beers, spirits and an impressive range of cocktails, including a selection of non-alcoholic cocktails which will be particularly good news for those who intend to drive themselves home at the end of the evening. Bar snacks, which include light meals, are also available.
Talking of food, the restaurant at Grosvenor Casino Soames offers everything from freshly prepared salads and sandwiches to the most satisfying three course meals, including mouth-watering 28-day-aged steaks. The food and atmosphere alone make this a great casino, so when you add the gaming into the mix it really is the perfect place for a great night out.