Prepare yourself for a great time.
Whether you want to test your luck in classic gaming or with our machines, savour a delicious meal at our restaurant or party in our lounge, we hope that you have the most enjoyable of experiences. We want your visit here to go smoothly, so we’ve put together some information and tips below.
How to find us
Located just outside of Frankfurt, Spielbank Bad Homburg is in the heart of the spa gardens with various routes for easy access. Simply follow the signs posted in the city.
You are welcome to use the car park neighbouring us at any time of the day, which means that you can get to us safely and with dry feet no matter what time you come.
Our opening hours
Sunday to Thursday: 2.30 p.m.–3 a.m.
Friday and Saturday: 2.30 p.m.–4 a.m.
from noon to 4 a.m. daily
from 6 p.m. daily
Friday and Saturday: 10 p.m.–4 a.m.
Our casino is closed on the following days:
Good Friday, May Day, German memorial day, the last Sunday before Advent, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day
Our entry fees
One-day pass €2.50
Four-day pass €7.50
One-month pass €30.00
Annual pass €90.00
Gambling is normally prohibited in Germany and only permitted by legislation at state-licensed establishments, the German ‘Spielbank’ casinos. Legislation provides that visitors must be able to concentrate on their game with confidence and in a controlled environment. This involves all guests being required to register themselves. Your personal information is therefore required for your own security and is, of course, subject to stringent data protection provisions.
Since our restaurant and lounge are located in the casino building, ID is also required for these precincts and guests must be a minimum of 18 years of age. We of course also guarantee that your data is in the safest of hands in these areas and that that is where it will stay, too.
Our dress code
Visiting a casino should be something special; an evening to remember thanks to a special experience in a sophisticated environment. Wearing the right clothing is part of this – which means that T-shirts, jeans, trainers or sandals do not suit this environment. Don’t worry about this too much, however, because casinos these days aren’t quite so strict as they once were. Gentlemen are also welcome if they aren’t wearing a tie, with an open-necked or polo shirt being acceptable when worn with a jacket. As is so often the case, ladies have it a little easier and are almost always well-dressed for a visit to Spielbank Bad Homburg!
We’re happy to help out spur-of-the-moment visitors with shirts and jackets for a small handling fee!