Sheffield is one of the greenest cities in Europe, which makes it great for tourists.
But if your Wanderlust leads to want an actual tour of the casino, you can use the online facility here.
Looks nice and fancy!
The glamour is also enhanced by the Cleopatra and Luck Lady’s Charm slot games; and the upmarket menu of Pesto Crusted Halibut, Persian Spiced Half Chicken, and many other culinary wonders.
Still, if you ever want to ditch the stiff upper lip and really let your hair down, there is some exciting access to live Sky Sports programmes!
As a city with a famous sporting heritage (not least its well-known football teams), this is the perfect place for such a casino bonus!
Like Grosvenor, the Genting Casino site also offers a virtual tour. Look out for the ‘3D walk’ icon on the website!
When you do walk into the real thing, however, beware of the dress code. The site does state that while 007 style costumes are not what it’s about, you should still avoid overly casual or sloppy clothes too.
No caps or hats either; this will come as something of a disappointment to any budding Oddjob impersonators out there…
In January 2018, the long-running Napoleon’s Casino at Ecclesall Road finally shut its doors. But there is good news for Napoleon fans in Sheffield. There is a new site at 17 Livesey Street. So if you prefer the Napoleon chain of casinos, you can now go to the Owlerton casino.
Napoleon devoted £2 million to the relocated Sheffield site, which really is quite a lot of money. It sounds like it was worth every penny, though: with new eating and drinking facilities, a huge gambling space, and even an outdoor gaming terrace.
Sheffield is a true jewel of the North, so it’s nice to see this prize sparkle within the jewel!