On this page, check out full information on the Genting Casino based at the Derby Riverlights. We’ve rounded up opening times, and have found information for you on local travel and contact details.
Genting Casino Derby Map Listing
Take a look at the map below to view information on how to find the Genting Casino at Derby Riverlights.
Address – Derby Riverlights, Morledge, Derby, DE1 2AY
Phone – 01332 387690
Payments Accepted – GBP, Cash, Credit Card, Debit Card
The Genting Casino at Derby’s Riverlights is open seven days a week, which means you have more flexibility to come down and enjoy some serious casino action. Take a look at the specific opening hours below:
- Monday: 12pm – 6am
- Tuesday: 12pm – 6am
- Wednesday: 12pm – 6am
- Thursday: 12pm – 6am
- Friday: 12pm – 6am
- Saturday: 12pm – 6am
- Sunday: 12pm – 6am
Do be aware that, while the casino itself is open here until 6am, the bar will close an hour earlier, at 5am. Get those last orders in to avoid being disappointed.
About The Casino
Derby’s Genting Casino is based at the Riverlights, and is one of the biggest gaming centres in the local area. As it is open seven days a week, it is also seen as one of the most flexible centres in the wider county. Come down here to take a look at a variety of casino games you simply won’t find elsewhere on the high street.
The games and prizes offered up at the Genting Casinos in the UK are verified and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission. This means there is always going to be a genuine chance for you to win big, and you can rest assured, the games you’ll play are fair and above board.
Parking and Travel Notes
Driving into Derby? You may be able to find parking near the Riverlights itself, but if not, it’s just as well to hunt down some alternative facilities so you’re not caught on the hop. The nearest facilities to this casino will be the Intu Riverside car park, the facility on Siddals Road, and the Assembly Rooms facility out on Full Street.
Do also check out nearby parking at Darwin Place, and the NCP multi-storey at St Peters Quarter. There is another NCP nearby on Liversage Street, too.
Heading into Derby on public transport? No problem. Head to the Derby Midland Station on Railway Terrace and you should be able to reach the casino and get back with ease. There are also terminals at Peartree and Spondon.
Fancy trying your hand at some authentic bingo? Take note of some nearby halls. There is a Buzz Bingo based close by on Liversage Street, near the NCP.
You may also want to check out your local Mecca Bingo, though you will need to head out to the Middleway Retail Park on Guild Street in Burton.
Head to your local betting shops for more gaming fun. You’ll find Coral and Betfred branches on East Street, while there is also a William Hill to be found on Corn Market.
Your closest Ladbrokes is also somewhat nearby, based at Market Square, though there is a second branch at Irongate, too.
Derby has only been a city since 1977, however, it has historic importance as a market town and Viking stronghold! It was also well-known as an important centre during the industrial revolution. It’s also pivotal to the British rail industry, and is home to football in the form of Derby County FC.
Explore Derby on your own while checking out the Riverlights – who knows what you might find while you’re here?