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The Queens Casino, Queenstown, Eastern Cape

Queens Casino and Hotel, Queenstown

The Queens Casino has a focal railway theme and is a hub of entertainment in Queenstown that caters to the whole family. Let your hair down, knowing that the kids are busy having fun whether they are choosing from the more than 20 games they can play or are safe in the crèche.

In the meantime, you will be participating in the more than 180 slots and 6 tables. Roulette, Black Jack and Poker – everywhere you turn, you just cannot escape the opportunity to win great jackpot prizes. If you seek entertainment, then look no further than this mix of slot machines from just 1c to R10.

The accommodation is luxurious in the 32 room hotel and when you want to just relax, there are great dining facilities, a buffet, a tea terrace and bar and the wonderful Walter Everitt Gardens and Park. The relocation of the steam locomotive, which for the past 30 years has been based at the Town’s Museum, to the gardens has drawn much interest. The locomotive was used to transport the then Princess Elizabeth on her visit to South Africa, which included Queenstown. These scenic gardens also host exhibitions and a monthly flea market of local craft.

Queens Casino is the perfect balance of escape, luxury and vitality.

63 Ebden Street, Queenstown: Tel: 045 807 9777:  Hotel reservations: Tel: 045 807 9700 Email: Website.

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