There are currently eight casinos in and around Paris. The French are known for their love of poker, and Paris features several elegant poker rooms. Here are details of some of the best in the area.
This casino was created in 1947 and is open from 2 pm to 6 am. This club has a loyalty card system which regular customers can take advantage of. Several well-known tournaments take place in this casino, as well as cash game tables. Expect games such as dealer’s choice and Texas Hold’em poker, plus fans of table games will be enthusiastic about playing stud poker, poker 21 and three card poker. The casino also features American pool, snooker and French pool. Any punters are expected to show a valid ID, dress smartly and pay an annual subscription of 80 euros.
This gambling club is situated at 32 Rue Marbeu and used to be an old nightclub. It was opened on 26 April 2018 and covers a space of 2500 square metres. This club belongs to the Groupe Tranchant and is open from 2 pm to 6 am. Paris Elysées Club has 23 gaming tables in total, and the games on offer include punto banco, ultimate poker, Omaha poker, 3-card poker, Texas Hold’em poker and poker 21. The club has its own restaurant and serves various international dishes, as well as classic French dishes.
This casino is part of a hotel complex, which has four hotels, casinos and spas, plus two restaurants and a golf course. It is located in the Domaine de Forges-les-Eaux, which is about 30 minutes from Paris. It offers blackjack, punto banco English roulette, poker and Ultimate Poker. As for slot machines, the casino provides an extensive choice of about 300 slots, progressive jackpots, fixed and multisite megapots. It is undoubtedly a great place to wind down, and also enjoy some great restaurants, golf and hotels, as well as gambling to your heart’s content. Any customers are required to provide valid ID and dress smartly following the dress code.