Rainbow Casino’s Cardiff £3m redevelopment creates 30 new jobs in city centre
29 September 2016
A £3million redevelopment of Rainbow Casino in Cardiff’s city centre is set to create 30 new jobs. The project is on schedule and the new-look venue will host a star studded re-launch event in October 2016.
Situated in Mary Ann Street opposite the Motorpoint Arena, the casino will unveil a brand new, entrance and a second entrance on Tredegar Street. The revamped venue is the only city centre casino in Cardiff and remains open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, while the redevelopment takes place.
The £3million refurbishment not only doubles the size of the casino, it will also completely update the interior, rationalise the layout and improve visibility and access. The Casino will provide customers a premium gaming venue and a new city centre destination for a great night out.
Alongside state-of-the-art £20,000 jackpot slot machines and casino tables, the casino will also boast a very comfortable outdoor smoking terrace with brand new electronic gaming machines. The completed casino will have a larger late license bar and a new restaurant area, allowing guests to enjoy themselves whether they chose to eat, drink, play or watch sport.
Speaking about the redevelopment, Richard Phillips, General Manager at Rainbow Casino Cardiff, commented: “Our new-look casino will have something for everyone looking for a night to remember. A bigger, improved casino means we have created 30 new roles for which we are currently taking applications. These roles span front of house and customer service roles, to catering and managerial posts.”
Rainbow Casino Cardiff provides a welcoming environment and experienced staff are on hand to make it a night out to remember. Membership is not compulsory and there is no admission fee, but it is strictly over 18s.
Richard added: “I would like to thank all of our guests that have continued to visit and support the casino while the development has been taking place.”
The Rainbow Casino’s are owned and operated by the Double Diamond Group. Originally Starting in Birmingham with 1 Casino which was a huge success due to the hard work of Duncan and Hui, they then took the opportunity to acquire 4 casinos from the Gala Coral group sell off. (Original Story) Grosvenor Casinos (Rank Group) made the largest acquisition of Casinos but due to mergers and monopolies commission were not allowed to take everything in its entirety.
The other spectacular Rainbow Casinos are located in, Bristol, Teesside, Aberdeen and of Course Birmingham
Rainbow Casino support responsible gambling schemes and is a member of SENSE, the national self-exclusion scheme. Visitors must be over 18 to enter the casino and they also enforce a strict THINK 21 policy. Rainbow Casino in Cardiff is one of five casinos that is owned and managed by Double Diamond Gaming Ltd in the UK.