The Genting Group has completed the £750,000 refurbishment and development work it had announced for the Luton Casino. The plan involved the addition of new amenities and improvement of the exiting at the facility.
The idea was to make the gaming experience better for visitors. As such, the company worked on remodeling and adding new amenities to the venue including additional facilities at the bar and lounge areas.
The refurbishment included removing a wall that separated the two gaming rooms at the property. By removing the wall, the gaming space is increased, and it is a one big gaming hall which can now host additional gaming machines.
The number of slot machines at the property has also increased from 28 to 40. New electronic terminals have also been installed.
Talking about the improvements, James Harvey, general manager at Genting Casino Luton, said: “We are all incredibly proud to unveil our brand-new refurbishment. We are confident that the changes will offer our valued customers an improved gaming experience, and we are particularly excited about the new poker offering.
The bar and dining areas have also got a new look. Earlier in April, Genting UK had announced the promising £750,000 upgradation plan for the premium casino.
“Customers looking to socialize and meet up with friends at the casino can also enjoy the newly refurbished bar and lounge areas,” Harvey added.