Not so long ago, people of all ages and prominent European personalities could be found in Spa. There were numerous events, but the one with the most success was certainly the Casino.
Since then, the Casino needed to evolve with time.
More recently, the Casino is available for everyone.
The Casino welcomes you on their slot machines and playing tables, but you can also just meet up for a drink, one of the many thematic events or simply an interesting evening with family or friends.
Our team is here to welcome you, initiate you in our games or to help you have a great evening.
Did you know?
In the 18th century, gambling had a huge development in all segments of society. They were played in royal courts, aristocrat saloons, by the « bourgeoisie » but also in pubs, cabarets and of course casinos
The Prince Bishop obliges the magistrate in 1762 to open a hall especially for gambling.
While the games were banned in the city of Spa during the French occupation in 1794, Napoleon signed a decree, 12 years later, to allow playing the games again.
Because of the success of la Redoute (the former name of the Casino de Spa) and despite a privilege of games – la Redoute was the only hall authorized to organize gambling – two other halls were added at the end of the 18th century: the Waux-Hall and the Levooz salon.
The competition is fierce and is at the base of the quarrel of games in Spa in 1785. That quarrel was also partly at the origin of the Révolution Liégeoise which broke out in 1789 in the aftermath of the French Revolution.
Acknowledged for their experience and their mastery of the games, the croupiers of Spa were invited to train the croupiers of the Casino de Monace, opened 100 years after the Casino de Spa.