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The Palm Beach Casino


30 Berkeley Street, Mayfair, London, W1J 8EH



Phone Number:

020 7493 6585







Opening Times

Day Hours
Monday 12 pm – 4 am
Tuesday 12 pm – 4 am
Wednesday 12 pm – 4 am
Thursday 12 pm – 4 am
Friday 12 pm – 4 am
Saturday 12 pm – 4 am
Sunday 12 pm – 4 am
Live Gaming From 2 pm

Gaming Floor

The Palm Beach Casino is world renowned for its gaming and style brings a slice of Florida. Situated inside the Mayfair Hotel’s former grand art deco ballroom, players are surrounded by luxury along with an underlying tropical theme.

A stunning palm tree styled chandelier is the centrepiece of the gaming floor where you will find traditional table games such as American Roulette, Blackjack, 3 Card Poker and Baccarat. The venue also offers the latest in electronic terminals along with slot machines with a progressive jackpot that can climb to £20,000 and a 94% payout.

Unlike many London casinos, the tables are well spread out which allows gamblers to freely move around the floor.  A high stakes area is available upon request and tables can be hired for private games.

New players or anyone that fancies learning how to play a game they are not yet familiar with can take advantage of the complimentary learn to play sessions where the friendly and experienced team will teach you how to play in a relaxed environment.


Texas Hold’em and Omaha cash games take place daily from 8 pm in the prestigious card room. Stakes vary from £5 – £50 and session fees apply to all games.

No tournaments are held here, so if you are a tournament player we suggest claiming one of our special online offers below. Not only will you receive free bonus cash, but you will be able to choose from a huge range of competitions that take place throughout the day.

Bar, Restaurant & Entertainment

The in-house restaurant at the Palm Beach Casino serves lunch from 11:30 am – 7 pm and dinner from 7 pm – 1 am.

Situated just off the gaming floor, diners can enjoy a range of international cuisine with prices ranging from as little as £5 for soups and salads, up to £24 for the USDA 9oz Rib Eye. There is also a late night menu that offers a selection of hot dishes and small plates until 2 am.

The Berkeley Street late night bar is open until 5 am every night of the week and is the perfect place to enjoy legendary cocktails, an extensive wine list, and premium spirits in plush surroundings.

Not only can patrons soak up the atmosphere Thursday through Sunday with live DJ’s performing in the bar area until late, but the casino also hosts cultural and themed nights throughout the year.

Promotions & Events

The Palm Beach Casino features the Genting Reward Loyalty scheme that you may already be familiar with if you have visited any other Genting casino’s across the country.

Once you have signed up every visit becomes a rewarding experience. Points are earned every time you make a purchase or play at tables or slots which can later be redeemed against food, drink, electronic gaming or table bets.

Parking & Transport

Valet and a limited amount of street parking are available for those who are driving.  Green Park Station provides services on the Jubilee, Piccadilly and Victoria line and is just a short 3-minute walk away.

Dress Code, Membership & ID

Whilst there is no strict dress code at the Palm Beach you should at least wear smart casual attire.

You may be asked to produce a valid photo ID on the door, however, there is no need to become a member in order to play unless you wish to bet over £1,500.


  • Game Selection
  • Poker
  • Dining
  • Promos & Events


Located just a few minutes walk from Green Park station, The Palm Beach Casino offers a friendly and vibrant atmosphere in which to enjoy a wide range of casino games. In terms of poker they offer cash games 7 nights a week, but unfortunately, they do not currently hold any regular tournaments. Aside from gambling the venue offers a diverse choice of meals in their restaurant as well as a wide selection of cocktails and refreshing drinks at the Berkely Street bar.