Casino in the liveliest part of San Sebastian
The first casino in San Sebastian opened in 1887. Its architecture was inspired by the famous casino of that time in Monte Carlo. A massive and majestic building in an eclectic style similar to French art-deco was pompously presented to Queen Maria Christina in the early twentieth century. However, the existence of the game house did not last long due to the onset of Franco's dictatorship. The casino was closed and became a city hall in 1945. After the fall of the dictatorship, in 1978 casino was moved to hotel Londres and leter to the Old Town and became the first casino of a new era in Spain and to this day - the only casino in San Sebastian.
Today's casino has four floors; and it's not all about slot machines, but also live music, a restaurant, bets on the racetrack and so on. In the slot machine hall, jackpot reaches 42,000€. There are also poker tournaments and private parties at the River hall. Finally, the top floor offers Black Jack, American roulette and concerts on Fridays after midnight. Casino's restaurant La Boule offers a "lucky menu". After dinner, you can spin a roulette and relay in your fate - the number that falls out will become the value of your dinner; the price, in any case, will never exceed 36€.
Address: Calle Mayor 1, San Sebastian
Hours: Sun-W: 10:00 a.m. - 04:00 a.m. Th-Sat and holidays: 10:00 a.m. - 05:00 a.m.
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