Casino d'ArcachonWhere History Meets Modern Gaming
Situated just 70 km from Bordeaux airport, and a stone’s throw from the Atlantic Coast facing the Bay of Biscay, the Casino d’Arcachon is the result of the conversion of the imposing and beautiful Chateau Deganne into a casino in 1904. This was done as a means of attracting wealthy Parisians to the local town where they could enjoy society balls and afternoon dancing during the “Belle Epoch.” The gambling venue is one of many land-based casinos owned owned and operated by the Partouce Group.
- Address:163 Bd de la Plage, 33120 Arcachon, France
- Opening Hours:Mon - Thurs: 11am - 2am. Fri - Sat: 11am - 3am.
- Minimum Age:18
- Website: casino-arcachon.partouche.com
- Phone Number: +33556834144
- Email: [email protected]
Casino d'Arcachon’s Gambling Floor
In 2015, the casino’s gaming room was completely renovated to make for a more inviting and intimate setting. Here players will find around 70 gaming machines including slots and video poker, with 12 terminals for English Roulette and 7 for electronic blackjack.
Unfortunately, there are just 2 live dealer table games, with one dedicated to blackjack, and the other to Boules. The minimum bet is €5 for Boules, going up to €50 for blackjack. Take note that the casino has an entrance fee of €70 and requires players to follow a proper dress code.
Cutting-Edge Casino Rewards Available at Casino d'Arcachon
At the Casino d'Arcachon, the Joker’s Club introduces an innovative twist with a focus on NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens). Engaging in their cutting-edge metaverse initiative not only provides players with a unique experience but also offers enticing perks. Participants can expect to receive gaming credits, exclusive discounts, and coveted invitations to private events, making it an exciting and rewarding venture for those embracing the digital revolution in gaming and entertainment.
Live Performances and Excellent Food
Apart from casino games, the amenities are limited to an exceptional restaurant, “O’Deganne.” It's a traditional bistro-style menu with seasonal fresh local produce. There's also a bar, “Le Bar des Jeux,” which has an extensive cocktail menu. The casino hosts weekend free concerts, along with afternoon teas and aperitif buffets.