Scotland, UK – It has been announced today that Genting Casino in Glasgow, Scotland has unveiled its completed renovation and refurbishment overhaul.
Last year, the casino released details of the upgrade proposals and after two and a half months of work is delighted to announce its improvements, which are said to be in the region of £1.6 million investment (around 1.9 million Euro).
The venue set out to improve its gaming facilities and enhance the customer experience for members.
A notable upgrade, which showcases its oriental theme, is the Mahjong gaming area that not only creates a more welcoming feel, but has received a complete overhaul.
Genting has also added an additional gaming area dedicated to slot machines and other electronic games such as video poker.
The general manager at Genting Casino Glasgow Iain Gardiner commented on the company’s vision to strive for more at all times and provide Glaswegians with nothing but high standards:
“We are fully committed to providing our customers with a first-class in casino experience. We have invested significantly in the Glasgow casino to ensure our customers can enjoy the very best gaming experience in a safe environment and we are incredibly proud to unveil the new space.
Gardiner has been in his current position since January 2020 but has been with the company since 2016 where he undertook roles of deputy general manager and acting general manager. He added:
“The upgrades have helped us to create a welcoming environment where customers can socialise with friends and we are looking forward to showcasing the newly refurbishment restaurant and bar area.”
As part of the Genting Group, the Glasgow casino’s oriental theme is in line with its Asian origins of Malaysia and caters for many of the venues customers who are from the Glasgow Chinese community.
Iain Gardiner said:
“We have an extremely strong relationship with the Chinese community in the city and it’s great to acknowledge those links as part of the refurbishment.”
Genting Casino Glasgow is located on Sauchiehall Street, which is one of the busiest retail areas in the centre of Glasgow Scotland. Glasgow currently welcomes over 3 million visitors to the city every year.