On this page, read everything you’re likely to need to know about the Genting Casino based at The Cornerhouse on Burton Street in Nottingham. Take a look at the contact details, opening hours and how to travel here.
Genting Casino Nottingham Cornerhouse Map
Check out the map below to find where the Genting Casino is based at The Cornerhouse on Nottingham’s Burton Street.
Address – The Cornerhouse, Burton Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 4DB
Phone – 0115 950 6839
Payments Accepted – GBP, Cash, Credit Card, Debit Card
This is a Genting Casino branch which is open throughout the week, meaning there’s no need to hang on until Saturday to get your gaming fix. We’ve rounded up the opening hours for you below:
- Monday: 2pm – 5am
- Tuesday: 2pm – 5am
- Wednesday: 2pm – 5am
- Thursday: 2pm – 5am
- Friday: 2pm – 5am
- Saturday: 2pm – 5am
- Sunday: 2pm – 5am
Do be aware that if you’d like to play live games at tables, you will have to wait until 3pm, which is just an hour after the casino opens. You’ll then be able to enjoy these games until the branch closes.
About The Casino
Nottingham’s Cornerhouse is home to a massive Genting Casino branch, which is open most hours of the day. What’s more, it is one of few Genting branches to offer live gaming across most of its opening hours.
Therefore, if it’s cards, craps or roulette you’re interested in, you can head down from 3pm to take advantage. It’s great to have a true Vegas experience on your doorstep!
This casino, as with others under the Genting name, is fully protected and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission. That means the games you play and the prizes you win will be completely fair. Who knows what you might win? Take a look at other Genting Casino branches based around the country to learn more.
Parking and Travelling
Driving and parking up in Nottingham doesn’t have to be tricky. If you can’t find parking spaces at The Cornerhouse, there are plenty of other zones and bays available nearby.
Check out the facility at Trinity Square, as well as the Q-Park on Talbot Street. You’ll also find a car park available on Upper Parliament Street, as well as an Aparcar on Dryden Street. There’s plenty of space in the local area.
Bingo in Nottingham
Check out some bingo hall action while you’re in the local area! There is a Jem Leisure on Long Row in the city centre, as well as the Beeston Mecca Bingo on Queens Road.
You’ll also find a Buzz Bingo on Gala Way. This is the new name for Gala Bingo. Take a look out in Ilkeston for the Ritz Bingo and Social Club on South Street, too.
Make a point of sourcing out Nottingham’s bookmakers if you fancy a flutter on some sporting events. There is a Betfred on Milton Street, with a Ladbrokes just a few doors down.
You’ll also find your closest William Hill on Beastmarket Hill, as well as a Coral on Long Row. Head to South Parade for another Betfred branch.
Nottingham is a famously historic city, home of the Robin Hood legend, which is based in the nearby Sherwood Forest.
It is also famous for its bicycle and lace exports, as well as for hosting three football clubs in the vicinity – Nottingham Forest, Notts County and Mansfield Town FC. It’s also a huge tourist destination, and was first granted city status during Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee in 1897.
Take a look at the Genting Casino here and see what takes your fancy in Nottingham city centre, too!