Scotland's biggest casino has now opened at Springfield
Quay in Glasgow.
The venue, owned by Las Vegas-based gambling giant
Harrah's, is the sixth casino in the city and will employ
around 180 staff.
London Clubs International (LCI), the UK arm of Harrah's, spent
£10m building the Springfield Quay complex and £15m fitting it out,
including luxury furnishings, artwork and decor.
Alea Glasgow is home to elegant restaurants, a unique
entertainment venue, stylish bars and an ultra-modern casino, all
in a stunning riverside setting, enjoying unrivalled panoramic
views over the city and its landmarks from East to West.
Springfield Quay is a leisure park on the south bank of the
Clyde and is located less than one mile south west of the City
Centre. It includes a multiplex cinema, bingo hall, ten-pin bowling
alley, Etap hotel with 165 rooms and restaurants lying on the
south bank of the river adjacent to the M8's Kingston Bridge.