The world’s oldest private gaming club, Crockfords, will welcome customers back for the first time since March when it reopens on Monday, November 2.
Crockfords Casino, which has its origins in the private members gaming club established in 1828 by William Crockford, closed on March 20 in line with government guidance.
Located on Curzon Street in Mayfair, London, newly installed electronic gaming is being unveiled – never before seen at Crockfords. This will include six slot machines – each paying jackpots of up to £10,000 – and four e-tables with games including roulette, blackjack, baccarat and poker. Live gaming will also be fully available from 2pm each day, with games such as American roulette, blackjack, baccarat and three-card poker.
Genting, which owns and operates Crockfords, has been working tirelessly to ensure the venue is Covid secure to provide returning customers and staff with the safest and most enjoyable environments possible. Hand sanitiser stations have been installed, visors and masks will be available for staff and customers, as well as extra sanitisation of casino equipment including cards and chips.
The Lounge Bar will open at 2pm each day with an afternoon menu, while from 5pm customers can choose from an extensive range of food menus featuring European, Middle Eastern and Chinese dishes, along with a selection of fine wines and champagnes.
Chris Relfe, club director, commented: “We are delighted to be reopening our doors and would like to reassure customers that we have taken every possible step to ensure the venue remains a safe environment, while extending the warmest of welcomes our guests have come to expect from Crockfords.”