What are your opening hours?
Monday to Saturday from 11 am to 4 am. Sundays and public holidays from 12 to 4 pm.
Sunday to Thursday from 2.45 pm to 3 am.
Friday, Saturday and before public holidays from 2.45 pm to 4 am.
Both the classic game and the gaming machines will be closed on the following days:
- Good Friday (open until midnight on Maundy Thursday).
- German National Day of Mourning
- Sunday of the Dead
- 24th December (Christmas Eve)
- 25th December (Christmas Day)
Is it possible to gain admission without ID?
To use your admission ticket, you will need a valid official form of identification that includes a photograph and fulfils the German passport and ID requirement. This can be an identity card or a passport. You must be clearly identifiable on the photo.
How much are the admission fees?
The entrance fee for the classic game is € 2.50. Admission to the gaming machines is free. With the hand vein scanner, our innovative admission system, you only pay half price for all season tickets.
What clothes are recommended?
We ask that you wear clothes (shoes included) that are appropriate and in keeping with the atmosphere at Casino Wiesbaden. A business look is not required.
We do accept casual clothing. Outfits with offensive prints, club jerseys, sportswear, “hoodies”, heavily torn jeans, shorts for men, tank tops, sandals, flip-flops and boots with visible laces, as well as headgear are not permitted.
What is the minimum age?
You must be at least 18 years old to visit Casino Wiesbaden and to participate in the game.
Is it obligatory to take part in the game?
There is of course no obligation to play – you are also very welcome if you just want to get a taste of the atmosphere or have a drink at one of our two bars. Culinary delights are provided by both the casino restaurant Joker´S and our K1 bar in the gaming machine area.
How about tipping?
Internationally, it’s customary for the guest to pay one 35th of every payout into the “Tronc" (tip pot) for the staff, since according to legal requirements, all the salaries of the approximately 200 casino staff must be paid from that box alone; this does not, for instance, constitute an additional “tip” for the croupiers.
Can I give a casino visit as a gift?
Of course! Simply contact our Reception staff during our classic game opening hours (2.45 pm until at least 3 am). You have the option of purchasing tokens (smallest size € 2) as well as admission vouchers (€ 2.50) and drink vouchers (€ 4.50). We’re also happy to send you the desired item by post for a small fee. Please contact our Marketing Department at +49 611 536 166.
What games do you offer?
Roulette, 7 tables
1 French Roulette table in the non-smoking area, minimum normally 2 euros
6 American Roulette tables (without Double Zero) with single odds, two of them in the smoking area and four in the non-smoking area.
Minimum American Roulette: in non-smoking area – two tables 2 euros, two tables 5 euros; in smoking area – both tables 5 euros.
For even chance bets on all American Roulette tables: 20 euros minimum.
At the start of play at 2.45 pm, the French Roulette table opens in the non-smoking area, about half an hour later the first American Roulette table opens, and further tables, depending on the number of guests and the number of games.
American Roulette in the smoking area, usually from 7.30 pm onwards.
The maximum on the full number (Plein) at all roulette tables (French Roulette and American Roulette) is always 500 euros, regardless of the minimum. The maximum for even chance bets at all roulette tables is 20,000 euros.
Blackjack, 4 tables in the smoking area
Start of play: from 3.30 pm onwards
The first table opened in the smoking area usually has a minimum of 10 euros with a maximum of 500 euros on each box. Minimum for the other tables, depending on game volume and guest request. 20 euros (1,000 euros), 50 euros (2,000 euros), 100 euros (3,000 euros) and 200 euros (5,000 euros) are possible. In ( ) the respective box maximum.
All tables with shuffler, 6 packs of cards and one Joker.
Double payout when winning with Joker on the box (Joker Jack).
Additional winning opportunities at blackjack TWINS: payout 11-fold, with Joker in TWIN 200-fold and CRAZY TWINS: payout 22-fold, with Joker 400-fold.
Poker, 9 tables in non-smoking area
Poker tournaments, Hold'em No Limit, start 8 pm.
Sundays + Tuesdays to Thursdays: 80-euro buy-in (5 euros of which go towards the annual overall ranking). Mondays: 200-euro buy-in. Every eight weeks on Sundays: a 500-euro Deep Stack tournament starts at 5 pm.
Tournament booking possible with cash payment, either on the spot or online, by credit card. It is not possible to book by phone. No tournaments on Fridays and Saturdays.
Poker cash game daily, from 6 pm.
Reservations for the same day can only be made in person. It is not possible to book by phone.
Variations offered are Hold'em No Limit and Omaha Pot Limit.
Game and limit as agreed by the guests at the table. Mondays and Wednesdays preferred game Omaha Pot Limit with a 250-euro minimum buy-in. Mondays and Deep Stack Sundays: only blinds 5/5 (250 euros) and higher. All other days: blinds 2/4 (100 euros) and higher.
TouchBet, 6 gaming stations in the smoking area.
Minimum: 1 euro. Plein maximum: 150 euros. Maximum for even chance bets: 1,350 euros. Playing options as in French Roulette: open from 2.45 pm.
Challenge bingo, poker, roulette machines or slot machines. Over 190 state-of-the-art machines are at your disposal here.
Every day, visitors to the gaming machines win over one million euros. A single prize of over 20,000 euros is not uncommon. We offer you various attractive individual and group jackpots. The winnings can amount to several 100,000 euros. You can try your luck with us for as little as 1 cent.
Do you also offer game instruction sessions?
Game instruction sessions for roulette are held on Fridays and Saturdays at 10 pm in the classic game and, if there is sufficient demand, also at 11 pm provided the staffing situation permits and free gaming tables are available. Blackjack instruction sessions can also be held at weekends – subject to staff availability and provided free gaming tables are available: please enquire with the Gaming Hall Management. On request (depending on game operation and the staffing situation), game instruction sessions for groups can be booked through the Marketing Department for a fee. Poker instruction sessions are not possible.
Do you hold tournaments too?
Every Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, we offer a poker tournament with a maximum of 60 participants and a buy-in of 80 euros. Every Monday we offer a professional poker tournament with a buy-in of 200 euros.
Check-in is always at 7.30 pm, and we play starts punctually at 8 pm. You can find further information and the option of online registration here.
If I have a question, whom can I ask there and then?
When playing on machines, you’re always welcome to ask the casino staff.
For questions about the classic game, please speak to one of our gaming hall managers (black suit, name badge). Our game technicians (croupiers) must devote their full concentration to the game action at the table. Therefore, please understand that they cannot answer your questions in detail.
How can I pay?
We accept almost all common convertible currencies and traveller’s cheques at the cash desks. Only euro cash can be accepted at the gaming tables.
Electronic cash – no cash payouts possible at the cash desks: tokens only.
No fees, only with PIN code. Payouts from 500 euros upwards, increasing in increments of 500.
Credit cards – no cash payouts possible at the cash desks: tokens only.
Cards accepted: Visa, Master, Maestro. No fees, with ID only, with no PIN code. Payouts from 500 euros upwards, increasing in increments of 500.
Cash machine only outside the casino premises in the Kurhaus spa building.
Where is Casino Wiesbaden located?
The classic game is housed in the former wine room of the historic Wiesbaden Kurhaus spa building. The gaming machine hall is located in the Kurhaus Colonnades. The Kurhaus is situated in the heart of Wiesbaden: simply follow the signs to Kurhaus/Casino visible on all access roads – or enter “Kurhaus Wiesbaden” into your navigation device under “Points of interest”.
Is there sufficient parking space near the casino?
Yes! You can park your car either in the Staatstheater multi-storey car park (access via Paulinenstrasse) or in the “Kurhaus/Casino” car park with direct access to the Kurhaus (access via Wilhelmstrasse or Sonnenberger Strasse).