Casinos Everywhere, New and Old

Ta tink. Ta tink. When you walk into a casino, what do you see? Slot machines, maybe. Poker tables, most definitely. Ta tink. Ta tink. So what makes that noise?

Century Downs Racetrack and CasinoCoins clinking into a new slot machine in a new casino. In Canada, the Century Downs Racetrack and Casino opened on April 1st, 2015. No, it was not an April’s Fool joke. As new casinos open up, they become all the rage. Older casinos, such as the Gala casino in Bristol, UK, see slightly less business.

Anyway, let’s focus on one casino for the grand tour of what’s available. The name of this casino, Century Downs, is a little off-the-wall, but that draws people in.

With 557 gaming machines available, this casino has its work cut out for it. Competing with the already well-established Canadian casinos, gambling lingo and slang has to be top notch to match the top notch machines.

In addition to so many machines, there is both valet parking and self-parking at this casino. Both allow customers to park in their preferred method and get to enjoying the various activities available, including 100 race days a year. Even though racing has already begun at Century Downs, thoroughbred horses will begin racing in 2016.

In the roomy 33,000 square foot casino, visitors can roam and gamble from 9:30 AM to 3:00 PM every day, with a restaurant to stop at when feeling hungry or thirsty. And with an invigorating Facebook page available, everyone can stay up to date on what is going on and promotions that might make a visit possible for anyone.