Terminus House, Terminus Terrace, Southampton, Hampshire, SO14 3FE
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Previously known as the Mint Casino Southampton, Genting Club Terminus Terrace received a major refurbishment in 2011 and now has a contemporary feel. You will walk past 6 electronic roulette terminals and a couple of Super V+ Gaminators before reaching the main gaming floor.
In total there are 8 tables that are arranged in two rows of four. It must be said that it can be a bit of a squeeze to play here during the busy periods as the floor is quite narrow. None the less you can still try your luck by playing classic games of American Roulette, Blackjack, and Three Card Poker.
Stakes at Genting casino Southampton are £0.50 – £200 on live roulette, £3 – £2000 for Blackjack, and £3 – £100 on Three Card Poker.
If you wish to play for higher stakes just speak to a member of staff who will try to ensure that they meet your gaming requirements.
The far end of the casino is dedicated to electronic entertainment that will suit the modern gamer. This area features a mixture of Sabre multi-win roulette terminals, Dominators, and Fort Knox £20,000 progressive jackpot slots.
Unfortunately, the casino no longer offers any cash games or poker tournaments.
You can, however, book a private poker party which is ideal for celebrations such as birthdays and stag dos. The price is currently £100 for a table (up to 10 people) and private dealer for up to 4.5 hours.
Alternatively, why not check out some online poker? You can play from anywhere at any time, plus you can get started for free!
Bar & Restaurant
The stylish Fahrenheit restaurant is a great place to dine even if you do not have any intention of gaming. Located away from the bustling life of the casino floor diners can enjoy fresh cuisine from new Fahrenheit menu between 6 pm – 11 pm every day.
Some fantastic meal deals such as 3 courses and a £10 bet are available Sunday – Friday for just £11.95. If you were planning to spend more than £10 on gaming anyway that deal essentially means you can pick up a 3-course dinner for just £1.95!
A tasty breakfast menu is also served from 11 pm until the early hours.
The popular Graze and play menu available at the bar is ideal for those who fancy a quick bite to eat. Orders can also be placed by speaking to the hospitality team. The cosy lounge is equipped with comfy sofas and provides the perfect place to sit back and relax with friends whilst watching the sport on one of five TVs.
Promotions, Events & Entertainment
Genting Club Terminus Terrace is the perfect destination for a great night out in Southampton. They provide free entertainment every month that includes tribute acts, live bands and more.
The full entertainment schedule along with current offers on food, drink and games can be found by clicking the ‘What’s On’ tab on their official website.
It is also worth picking up a Genting Rewards card, not only will you received £10 in free bets once you join, but you will earn loyalty points every time you make a purchase or place a bet within the club.
Parking & Transport
A car park is available at the front of the casino plus there are additional spaces that you can use located behind the venue if required.
Multiple bus routes service the nearby area that stops only 250 meters from the entrance plus there is a taxi rank opposite.
Dress Code, Membership & ID
The dress code is smart casual. Membership is not required to enter the casino and identification will only be required if you look under the age of 21 or wish to join the reward scheme. Registration is not only free will it will entitle you to special promotions and offers.
Promos & Events
Genting Casino Terminus Terrace is a small venue that offers customers the chance to play Roulette, Blackjack and Three Card Poker. Modern gamers can also spin for £10,000 jackpot prizes, however, the lack of tournaments or cash games will, unfortunately, disappoint poker fans.