With a history that dates back to 1903, The Hippodrome Casino in London has been an epicentre for culture and entertainment since its doors were first opened. Originally designed as a music theatre, it was converted into a casino in 2009 when the lease was taken over by Simon and Jimmy Thomas.
The vast casino is capable of hosting approximately 1340 guests. However, there is a wide variety of activities available outside of the casino floor. Explore London’s ChinaTown, or visit one of the six bars on the premises. Alternatively, guests could delight their taste buds at the Heliot Restaurant. The Hippodrome Casino is also home to the Boom & Bang Circus, as well as, several other entertainment options.
With three separate casinos on the property, visitors can enjoy the gambling experience regardless of their interests. The Grand Casino on the ground floor offers views of the historic building as well as games like baccarat, roulette and Pai Gow. Lola’s casino on the lower ground floor is reminiscent of speakeasy’s with its back-to-back craps tables and other table games. For visitors who desire privacy, the Cranbourne Club on the third floor is the ideal destination to immerse themselves in the world of 3-card Poker.