Review: Alea Casino Nottingham

Alea Casino Nottingham is more than just a casino. It’s a vibrant entertainment venue any time of the day and night. They’re open 24 hours a day, every day of the week. Everyone will find a reason to visit, even if they have no interest in gambling.

Hungry carnivores will be delighted to visit the Marco Pierre White Steakhouse, Bar & Grill inside the Alea Nottingham. The restaurant is separated from the casino floor so that diners can eat without interruption from excited gamblers. But rest assured that the fun is never far from your plate. Amid the stylish decor, patrons can experience fine dining at an affordable price.

Night revelers can start their fun at the Bar Esquina. Besides their stunning cocktail menu, other reasons to visit include the televisions and big screen for live sporting matches. Not interested in the game? Hire a booth for you and your mates, and enjoy a variety of table drinks specials. You can also scratch your itchy feet at the regular Salsa and Latin dancing nights that happen on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The entire bar is available for hire if you want to celebrate your birthday in the Spanish style.

The casino itself aims to offer a superb gaming experience — the best in town, they claim. There are 17 tables offering American Roulette and Blackjack. There are also 20 slot machines and 26 electronic games. Valets roam from room to room to take orders for drinks and bar food. High rollers will also be looked after very well in the luxury VIP High Stakes area. This invitation-only space offers Blackjack and Roulette tables and can be hired privately. Poker players have it the best. They can visit the premium poker room, filled with 13 professional tables. Here, you can play cash games, book poker packages for your friends, and participate in regular tournaments.