If you’re visiting London, you have to make sure you hit all of the best tourist hotspots including; the London Eye, the Tower of London, the Houses of Parliament and Buckingham Palace. You could probably do all of these in a single day, so what can you do of a night? One of the best and most fun things you can do of an evening in London is hit a casino.

If you’re not in the capital for long, you can play on an online casino and enjoy games like blackjack on the internet. However, if you have a little more time to kill, you can visit one of London’s numerous casinos. Here, we’ll run you through which ones are best to visit and why.

Hippodrome Casino

Located in London’s iconic Leicester Square, the Hippodrome Casino is the place to be if you’re looking for an actioned-packed night out in the centre of the city. Boasting an impressive history stretching back over 100 years, the Hippodrome Casino contains a wonderful 180-seat theatre which plays host to a range of entertainment including; swing, jazz and soul music, burlesque and cabaret. The complex also comprises of a gourmet steakhouse restaurant, no fewer than six bars and, of course, three floors of casino offering all of your favourite casino table games and slots. A must visit if you’re based in the centre of London.

Grosvenor Victoria Casino

The Grosvenor Casino has become somewhat of a landmark in London over the years, with it finding infamy among American travellers in particular in the sixties. Taking a look at its facilities, it’s easy to see why. ‘The Vic’, as it’s affectionately known, has a fantastic restaurant, offering some of the best steaks and fish in the city. Located on Edgware Road in London’s trendy West End, ‘The Vic’ offers a 24 hour casino filled with table games and slot machines, as well as their Poker Room, which is one of the largest in Europe.

Empire Casino

If you’re looking for a more lively casino experience, look no further than the Empire Casino. Located in Leicester Square, a stone’s throw away from the previously mentioned Hippodrome Casino, the Empire Casino markets itself as a slightly more relaxed establishment to its rivals. An example of this is their ‘smart casual’ dress code, giving people the flexibility to visit the casino as a last minute plan. For sports fans, the Empire Casino also have the Carlsberg Sports Bar, boasting two giant screens and 14 more scattered around the bar. You can catch all of the latest sports here from football and tennis, to cricket and NFL and everything in between. If you’re out with friends, this is the perfect place for some casual casino fun in the heart of London.

The Palm Beach Casino

For those who prefer a more exclusive casino offering, The Palm Beach Casino is definitely for you. Set in the affluent London borough of Mayfair, The Palm Beach Casino is open 7 days a week, offering all of your favourite casino table games and slots. For those who like to take things to the max, there’s also the opportunity to get involved in high stakes games at this prestigious casino. With over 50 years of history, this is the go to for casino luxury.