Wales is a thrilling country in all senses. From races to partying and gambling, you are bound to find a good-time spot in this part of the United Kingdom. Whether you are in the north or south, you can always find a casino to make chance money in.

But which are the best of these multiple casinos in Wales? Well, here are the top five, based on the casino thrill experience, popularity among gamblers and a name for some fat winnings.

Image result for Grosvenor Casino, Cardiff1. Grosvenor Casino, Cardiff

This huge house in Cardiff describes itself as ‘more than just a casino,’ and truly lives up to that description. The house is spacious, colorful and has numerous table, slot, and card games. Whether you love roulette, blackjack, poker, Cleopatra or Lucky Lady’s Charm slots, this is the perfect place.

The casino is located at the Red Dragon Center in Hemingway and is open from early afternoon (2 pm Monday to Saturday and 12 pm Sunday) to 7 am the next morning. Besides Casino games, there is lovely bar/restaurant, entertainment lounge, and conference room. Basically, you could live here if you wanted!

Grosvenor also has a smaller version of itself in Swansea.

2. Les Croupiers Casino, Cardiff

This is another large gaming house in the Capital Retail Shopping Park, Leckwith Road, Cardiff. There are many slot machines and live tables, all offering modern and classic casino games including Mahjong, Baccarat, Texas Hold’Em and 7-Card Stud among others.

Entrance to the Les Croupiers is free (admission 18+ only) and the dress code is smart casual. Open shoes and shorts are not allowed,

3. Aspers Casino, Swansea

This gaming house sits on over 40k square feet, making it one of the largest gaming houses in the country. There are 21 tables for live gaming with classic games like poker, roulette, and blackjack.

The poker table alone has over a hundred seats of which more than ninety percent are occupied at any time. With such a huge space, you may correctly guess that the facility offers a sensational bar and restaurant.

Aspers closed after five years of operation in Wind Sea before reopening less than a year later.

4. Rainbow Casino Cardiff

Rainbow is not big in the proportions of Grosvenor, but it makes up for this with numerous games and a 24-hour-a-day seven-days-a-week operation. You can pop into the Rainbow whenever you want and play slot, table or wheel games.

There are ten tables for live games. Here you can play classic Blackjack, Roulette or other table competitions. There are always some enthusiastic players gambling away and the environment is electric always.

5. Ffos Las Racecourse Swansea

This casino combines the thrill of horse racing and gambling to offer one of the most memorable experiences in Wales. It is a spacious adult entertainment joint within the racecourse with multiple tables for classic and modern games. If you love combining your gaming with outdoor activities, this is the casino for you!

The gambling atmosphere in Wales is one of the best you could ever experience. Make a point of visiting any of these casinos if/when you are around.