Codere Apuestas Deportivas, Madrid
About Codere Apuestas Deportivas, Madrid
Codere Apuestas Deportivas, Madrid - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Calle Gran Vía, 24, 28013 Madrid, Spain
Ticket Price: 18 EUR
Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 11:59 pm Details
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Enjoy the best of the nightlife in Madrid by visiting the Casino Gran Via- a guilty pleasure of card games, slots, gourmet food and live music with the best cocktails in town.
The gorgeous building was constructed in the late 1920’s and was used as a gathering area, dining venue, offices and a fencing hall by the elite. Today, the building’s glamorous architecture and design, stays true to its history while still offering the best Casino experience in the city. When here, don’t forget to have a meal at the Commercial Circle Restaurant- a rare treat for foodies!
Codere Apuestas Deportivas Ticket Prices
- Entrance fee to the Casino: Euros 18 per Adult.
- For other prices, visit the official website.
Codere Apuestas Deportivas Opening and Closing Hours
- Gaming tables: From 2.00 pm until 6.00 am
- Machines: From 10.00 am until 6.00 am
Commercial Circle Restaurant:
- Meals- lunch: 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
- Dinner: 8:00 pm to 1:00 am
For other timings, visit the official website.
How To reach Codere Apuestas Deportivas by Public Transport
- By Metro/ Subway: Gran Vía
- By Bus: Gran Via - Hortaleza
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car/Bike.
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Right on Gran Via with an amazing atmosphere. Great staff, cheap prices and a great place to sit in the cafe and work with a few drinks and a good selection of side dishes. Highly recommended :)
I never intended to go to a casino during my brief stay in Madrid, but when I saw the sign for Casino Gran Via while on the on off bus I couldn't resist checking it out. Entrance to the casino is free but they do ask for your passport before allowing you onto the casino floor. There is also a strict dress code which is posted at the front desk when you check in. After writing down your passport number, they give you a ticket that allows you entrance to the casino all day. The casino is lovely. It reminded me of the movie Casino Royale. I would expect to find a casino like this in Monte Carlo. On the first floor are rows of slot machines. Unlike slot machines in Las Vegas they are silent. You don't hear any jackpot dings or winners yelling. All you hear is soft music piped in from the casino. The roof of the casino is a gorgeous stained glass window dome. The building is so beautiful it's hard to believe it is a casino. On the second floor is the poker room and the high stakes game section. The poker room doesn't open until 3pm. It is located in a small room in the back corner of the second floor. There is a cashier at the entrance. There are only three tables. I saw two tables of 1-2 no limit Texas Hold'em and one table of 2-5 PLO. They deal counter clockwise which took a while to get used to. The floor staff are helpful and organized. I would definitely go again if in the area.
Un casino en plena calle Gran vía, estupendo, no solo para jugar un Black Jack o a la ruleta rusa, también para tomar algo, escuchar y ver música en directo, comer. Los cócteles de 10. Muy chulo decorado y en un edificio antiguo espectacularmente rehabilitado
Solo ludopatia PURA en ese sitio ! Recomendado si te gusta el juego 👌👌💵💰
El antiguo Círculo Mercantil de Madrid ha recobrado su esplendor gracias al Casino Gran Vía que lleva unos pocos años instalado aquí. De la parte de acá sino no puedo opinar porque no juego pero para organizar eventos es un lugar muy chulo
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