Paris is the largest and most famous city in France. Not surprisingly, there are more casinos in Paris than in any other city in the country. Currently, there are 8 casinos in Paris.
Poker is a great favorite in France and Paris is known for its elegant, exclusive Poker rooms. Aviation Club de France, founded in 1907, offers one of the most famous members only poker rooms in the city, with 20 Poker tables open 24/7. It is located in a luxurious venue on the Champs-Elysées, not far from the Arc d’Triomphe. The club hosts some of the most prestigious Poker tournaments which attracts the world’s best players, such as the Grand Prix de Paris Poker Tournament and World Poker Tournament and is said to have hosted the biggest cash-games in the world. Membership fee is €150 a year. The Cercle Gaillon (closed on September 21, 2012) is located just around the corner, in equally luxurious quarters. For over a century, it has been offering members one of the most elegant and exciting poker rooms in the capital.
Paris casinos offer some of the other traditional games, such as Blackjack and Punto Banco/Baccarat. However, the classic Roulette is replaced in Paris casinos by the game of Le Multicolore, an easy and entertaining variety of Roulette. Paris casinos do not offer slots machines. The nearest casino with slots is located in Enghien-les-Bains, only 11 kilometers outside of the city.
Choose from the list below for a complete list of all casinos in Paris:
- Association Cercle Central
- Association Cercle Eldo – (Closed)
- Aviation Club de France – (Closed)
- Casino Barrière d’Enghien-les-Bains
- Cercle Anglais
- Cercle Clichy Montmartre
- Cercle Gaillon (closed on September 21, 2012)
- Cercle Haussmann – (Closed)
- Cercle Wagram – (Closed)