This really is a casino like no other. Located in London’s vibrant West End and within a beautiful old theater, the Hippodrome Casino offers gaming over five floors, incorporating three unique, themed spaces.
On the ground floor, you’ll find the Grand Casino, where you can play surrounded by the magnificent historic auditorium, with the original Minstrel’s Gallery sixty feet above. On the lower ground floor is Lola’s Casino, which offers a relaxed yet lively vibe, as well as a huge high-def screen to watch play. Up on the fourth floor is The Gods, where you’ll discover Central London’s only Dice Table. And if you’d like a breather from all the excitement, you can access the casino’s Rooftop Terrace from here, too.
Visitors to the Hippodrome Casino can play various slots, electronic games, and table games. The latter include blackjack, roulette, three-card poker, and baccarat. Plus, there’s the PokerStars Live Lounge for those who’d like to take a seat and test their skills and luck!
And if all the gaming action has you feeling a little peckish, the onsite Heliot Steak House overlooks the Grand Casino and has been awarded the accolade of Best Steak House in London.
Hippodrome Casino is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. While there is no dress code here, most visitors opt for smart-casual attire.
The casino can be accessed via Charing Cross Road, Leicester Square, and Little Newport Street. For visitors traveling to the casino on the Underground, the nearest stops are Leicester Square, Covent Garden, Piccadilly Circus, and Charing Cross.
Bus services that stop near the Hippodrome Casino include the numbers 29, 29, 176, N5, N20, N29, N41, and N279, all of which serve Charing Cross Road.