This guide has been set up to provide you with more information on the Genting Casino at St Paul’s Place in Sheffield. Read on to find out opening times, contact details, nearby facilities and more.
Genting Casino Sheffield Map Listing
Take a look at the map below to find where the Genting Casino is based on St Paul’s Place at Arundel Gate, Sheffield.
Address – St Paul’s Place, Arundel Gate, Sheffield, S1 2PN
Phone – 0114 228 8980
Payments Accepted – GBP, Cash, Credit Card, Debit Card
This branch of Genting Casino is one of the biggest and the best – and it’s open 24 hours a day, seven days a week! Whether you fancy playing a few games in the early hours of Sunday morning or late on a Tuesday, feel free to come down and check out what’s here.
- Monday: 24 Hours
- Tuesday: 24 Hours
- Wednesday: 24 Hours
- Thursday: 24 Hours
- Friday: 24 Hours
- Saturday: 24 Hours
- Sunday: 24 Hours
About The Casino
Sheffield’s Genting Casino is based in the heart of the city centre. It’s right in the middle of the city’s action, which means you’ll be able to take in more of the local sights and sounds while enjoying a few games at your convenience. The best part is, this is a 24-hour gaming centre, with no restrictions on when you can visit.
This centre is, like other Genting Casinos, overseen by the UK Gambling Commission. That means the prizes and games on display here are fair and verified. If you’d like to know more about other Genting Casinos based in the UK and elsewhere, take a look at our index here.
Parking Up and Travel
If you’re exploring Sheffield by car, it’s a good idea to take note of some easy car parking spots. If you can’t park up at the casino directly, there are more than a few facilities elsewhere.
Take a look at the NCP based on Arundel Gate itself in the first instance. You’ll find RCP parking on Bridge Street, as well as an NCP multi-storey on Sheffield’s Wellington Street. There’s a further NCP on Sidney Street, too. If there’s anything Sheffield has plenty of, it’s parking spots!
Sheffield’s main train station is based towards the bottom of the city, but it’s still easy to get to and from the casino from here. There are also plenty of taxi and bus links, too.
Take a look at some of Sheffield’s popular bingo haunts if you fancy getting into some dabbing. There is a Mecca Bingo based in the centre on Flat Street, as well as a Buzz Bingo, formerly Gala Bingo, which you’ll find on Cricket Inn Road. You’ll also find further Mecca and Buzz branches dotted around the local regions, reaching as far as Chesterfield, Wakefield and beyond.
It’s fair to say that Sheffield has its share of betting action! Your local bookmakers to the Genting Casino will be the William Hill branches on Earl Street and Fitzalan Square. There’s a Betfred on Fitzalan Square, too, as well as a Ladbrokes on Haymarket, and a Coral on St Paul’s Parade.
Sheffield is one of the biggest cities in Yorkshire, based in the South, and is best known for its contributions to the British steel industry, its two football clubs (United and Wednesday), and its universities (both Sheffield Hallam and The University of Sheffield are based here). It’s very popular with locals, and is a regular haunt for tourists across the region.
Sheffield is well worth looking around. Take it all in once you’ve played a few games at the local casino!