The Corinthian Club (Glasgow, Scotland)

The Corinthian Club (Glasgow, Scotland)

Casino Overview
 

A casino entertainment center opened in 2010, The Corinthian is an all-round hotspot in Glasgow Scotland.
 

Beautiful, classy and unique, the Corinthian Club offers a stylish night out, including great gambles.
 

Open Sunday through Monday from 2pm through 6am, the Corinthian Club casino offers a wide range of bets (starting at 50p to play the slots and £1 at the roulette tables), as well as higher/more flexible personal limits upon request.
 

Popular Games
 

The Corinthian Club offers a wide range of casino games for players of all levels. Some of the more popular casino games on offer include:

 

•    10 Novomatic Super Gaminator slot machines
•    10 IGT GameKing slot machines
•    16 Touch Bet roulette tables
•    4 American roulette tables
 

In addition there are blackjack tables, card poker tables, a 10 seat poker table, and a punto banco table.
 

Amenities


The five story Corinthian Club, originally built in 1842 and painstakingly restored in 1999, is one of Glasgow’s most stunning and elaborately decorated buildings.
 

In addition to the casino, the Corinthian Club has a tremendous array of top-class amenities. There are numerous private bars, dining choices and event rooms from which to choose, each as impressive as the next.
 

Conveniently located in central Glasgow, it is a popular venue for dinner parties, corporate events, weddings and receptions of all sorts.
 

The Tellers Bar & Brasserie located on the ground floor, with its focus on the simpler pleasures, is particularly popular as is the Bootleg Bar (also on the ground floor) with its emphasis on serving the world’s finest matured spirits.
 

The food at the Corinthian Club is also thought to be particularly spectacular. In fact, in 2011 the restaurant was named Best New Restaurant/Venue 2011, at the Scottish Variety Awards.
 

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