Queens Casino is located in the Rose Capital of South Africa, Queenstown. The establishment offers entertainment for all age groups. So, kids and adults can enjoy great fun when visiting the Queens Casino and Entertainment Centre.
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The Queenstown Casino
The casino itself offers local and visiting gamblers an exciting gaming experience. Casino game players can indulge in 180 slot machine games and seven gaming tables. Punters can enjoy table games such as roulette, poker and blackjack at the casino. In addition to slot games and table games, the casino’s guests can also wager for big jackpot prizes.
Children can stay entertained at the gaming area of the Queens Casino and hotel. There are activities that cater for all ages, so, no one is left out. Parents and guardians can leave young children at the fun and safe crèche which accommodates up to 20 children. Older children can either visit the computer area or enjoy exciting arcade games. The Walter Everitt Gardens and Park is a great spot for the entire family. It is scenic and creates an atmosphere for relaxation.
The Queenstown Hotel
With 32 rooms, the Queens Hotel has a lot to offer. Facilities at the hotel include a swimming pool, a braai/barbeque area and more. Guest can book a room with a balcony or patio and enjoy stunning mountain and park views. After a luxurious night at the hotel, guests wake up to a delectable breakfast as it is a bed and breakfast hotel.
Queens Casino – Event Venue
The Queens Casino and Hotel caters to events such as weddings, matric dances, conferences, workshops, etc. For special events such as weddings and matric dances, guests can take advantage of the picturesque Walter Everrit Gardens and Park.
The Queens Casino is an impressive land based casino and definitely worth visiting. While this Eastern Cape Casino offers a lot of gambling fun and other casino activities, there is so much more to do in and around Queenstown. Tourists and locals can visit the Shell Art Gallery, the Tolwana Nature Reserve, the Koos Raas Nature Reserve Walk and so much more.