Mayfair Casino Club Review

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Mayfair Casino Club is located at 15 Harcourt Street in Dublin, Ireland and is open every day from 9 PM to 6 AM. This casino is 15 kilometers away from Dublin International Airport and it will take guests roughly 30 minutes to drive through Dublin City Center.
If you live in the UK you will also be able to take a ferry over, but then will still need to get transportation to the casino. Guests can make use of the public transportation on offer, including taxis, buses, and a train, or rent a car. Once you arrive, there is free parking available at Mayfair Casino Club.
There are plenty of nearby attractions and most are within walking distance from Mayfair Casino Club. Opera Ireland Building, Gaiety Theatre, Dublin Castle, The Royal College of Physicians of Ireland, and Trinity College are all popular places for tourists to explore. There are also a number of natural history and art museums throughout the city.
The dress code at Mayfair Casino Club is semi-casual and the gambling age in Ireland is 18 years old. You must also be 18 or older to drink alcohol in Ireland.

Mayfair Casino Club

Mayfair Casino Club is an establishment that has been sophisticatedly designed to resemble a top class casino. Their carpets, wall paintings, and use of lighting creates a professional atmosphere for gamblers to enjoy. This property looks small from the outside, but inside it features an extensive gaming floor and a private room where higher stakes gambling takes place.
There are only table games available at Mayfair Casino Club and this is something that makes it popular among poker players. Their tables are spaciously laid out in their gambling hall. High Rollers are attracted to this casino for its high stakes games. There is a bar and restaurant inside the casino.
The offering of high limit table games is extensive at Mayfair Casino Club and their private room is centered around high-stake wagers. There is no limit to the bets that can be placed in this room and gamblers will have the power to push their wagers as high as they want.

Table Games at Mayfair Casino Club

As we mentioned earlier, Mayfair Casino Club only has table games available. On the bright side, they have a large selection compared to other nearby casinos in Dublin. There is a total of 15 tables which are scattered throughout the casino, between their main gaming floor and the private room. They offer roulette, blackjack, poker, and baccarat.
There are 3 roulette tables, all offering classic ball-and-wheel tables. The American variety of the game is played which features the additional double zero betting option.
When it comes to blackjack, there are 6 tables available, all located in the main gaming area. There are no alternate variations of blackjack, but the different tables offer various betting options.
Other card games available in the main gambling hall include baccarat and brit brag. The baccarat table offers Punto Banco rules and the Brit Brag table is a local variety of traditional Three Card Poker. These games both only have 1 table available for each.
The remaining 4 tables, which are all poker-based games, are located in Mayfair Casino Club’s private gambling room. This is where high stakes gambling is done at the casino and is often full of high rollers. You are not necessarily limited to high stakes gambling here, but you will find that this room is mainly used by high rollers due to its secluded and quiet nature.

Slots and Video Poker at Mayfair Casino Club

Mayfair Casino Club focuses solely on table games and does not offer any electronic games like slots or video poker.

Hotel and Accommodations at Mayfair Casino Club

You will need to find your hotel and accommodations nearby as Mayfair Casino Club does not have any rooms on offer. There are plenty of options located close to the casino and you will be able to walk to most of them.
The closest hotels are Harcourt Hotel – located on Harcourt Street, a few buildings away from the casino, means you won’t have to walk far to get to this hotel. It is a quaint, 3-star hotel that caters for cash-strapped tourists while not skimping on amenities. There is both a restaurant and a nightclub located at this hotel. A room will cost you about $150 per night.
O’Callaghan Stephen’s Green Hotel – is a 4-star hotel that charges guests $250 for a basic room. Amenities include a bistro, gym, and free wi-fi.
Conrad Dublin – This extravagant option is located across Iveagh Gardens, opposite Mayfair Casino Club, and is a five-star hotel. Rooms start at $350 per night. Guests get their money worth with stylish air-conditioned rooms, a restaurant/bistro, a gym, and a craft beer pub.

Restaurants at Mayfair Casino Club

There is 1 restaurant and 1 bar at Mayfair Casino Club. They focus on light meals and alcoholic beverages so if you want a fuller dining experience you will have to look around at some of the local options, which include Damascus Gate Restaurant offering Syrian cuisine, Delahunt which is a classic Irish restaurant with locally sourced food options and Dax Restaurant with their European inspired cuisine.

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