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Situated in Knightsbridge, the Grosvenor Park Tower has established itself as one of London’s most exclusive casinos.
We are just a short walk from world famous establishments like Harrods, Harvey Nicholls, and the Lanesborough and Mandarin Hotels. Take a virtual tour of the club here.
The highly experienced chefs of our balcony restaurant which overlooks the gaming floor specialise in Modern European and Arabic Cuisine.
World famous casino games are available on our main gaming floor and in our exclusive Salon Prive.
- To make your visit more comfortable, contact James Ferrary and his team.
- You can also follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook
- We’re your choice for live sporting action. Come down and enjoy SKY SPORTS, day or night.
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Grosvenor Casino The Park Tower, London, is owned and operated by Grosvenor Casinos Limited (a company incorporated in England and Wales under company number 00877080), whose registered office address is TOR, Saint-Cloud Way, Maidenhead, Berkshire SL6 8BN.
I believe I’m a busy lady, juggling family life and a business alongside my poker, but WOW! What the Grosvenor team achieved during the week of Goliath was something exceptional! Not just because they broke their own record for the World’s largest live tournament outside of Las Vegas (reaching 6385 entrants), but because of how sleek the set up was. How many side events and cash games they hosted so smoothly, plus the electric atmosphere they
Goliath 2017 is over but after 11 days of records broken, huge fields, poker fun and frolics, it will live long in the memory.
Elliott Marais was the lucky man to spin his £120 entry into the first prize of more than £85k, but a superb week of poker left everyone feeling like winners.