There are many Barrière Casinos throughout Europe, and this one is located in the Courrendlin municipality within the district of Delémont. Situated in the canton of Jura, Switzerland, this casino is set in a quiet little Swiss village surrounded by pine trees and mountains. There is plenty of activities to do in the surrounding villages if you ever find yourself with some free time. Popular sightseeing activities in Jura include historical sites as well as leisure activities like going to bars, mini golf, cinemas, and much more.
The easiest part of your trip should be getting to the casino because it is so accessible from the outside. You must fly into Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg International Airport, it is the nearest airport. You can then drive, take the train, take the bus or uber to the casino from the airport.
You can basically wear whatever you’d like at Casino Barrière Courrendlin, however, vest tops, shorts, swimming suits and other similar beach attire are not permitted. You must also be at least 18 years old to gamble at casinos in Switzerland.
The casino has a very elegant appearance, with lots of velvet textures paired with red and purple carpets making up the floor, walls, and doors of the casino’s interior. The slot machines are located in a section that is separate from the table games and other electronic games like virtual roulette and video poker machines.
Events such as movie screenings, live music and comedy shows are held at the casino on occasion. They also have extra space for business meetings, conventions and other get togethers. The casino is open from Sunday to Thursday from 10:00 AM to 3:00 AM and from Friday to Saturday from 10:00 AM to 4:00 AM.
There’s plenty of variety when it comes to the table games at this casino. There are just over 5 different types of live table games available, and there are more than 20 tables in total. Making up the majority of these table games is roulette. There are 5 European Roulette tables at the casino and 3 virtual roulette machines.
There is just 1 poker table, where you will either find Texas Hold ‘Em being played. 2 blackjack tables are also available, and some of the them allow you to play the Lucky Ladies side bet.
Punto Banco can be found here along with Casino War, Sic Bo and Boule. If you are unfamiliar with it, Boule is a specialty table game offered by this casino and is essentially a simplified version of French Roulette.
Aside from virtual roulette, Casino Barrière offers two main kinds of electronic gaming machines: slotss and video poker. The slot machines available here range from classic slots and modern video reel slots to fruit reel machines. The electronic video poker machines, on the other hand, offer more than five different poker variants.
There are no hotels adjacent to Casino Barrière Courrendlin in Jura but in the nearby village, you can find a number of places to stay.
If you happen to be on a budget then Auberge de Jeunesse Delémont is probably the place for you. A standard 2-person room here costs roughly $80 per night. This hostel offers simple rooms, a playground, a dining room and a terrace plus free breakfast.
The most expensive place to stay is Hôtel Restaurant Le National which offers contemporary rooms for upwards of $180 per night. Other amenities include a classic restaurant and free breakfast.
Finally, if your budget is somewhere in the middle, there is Hôtel Restaurant Pizzeria de l’Ours which has 8 individually furnished rooms going at $105 per night. Parking is complimentary, there’s a relaxed bar/restaurant that offers pizza nights and conference rooms are available.
There is only 1 restaurant and 1 bar located at Casino Barrière Courrendlin. The casino restaurant serves food a la carte and is famous for its grilled meats and fish fillets. The average price for a meal here is $25 and it is suitable for minors as well. There are 60 seats available with mountain views all around.
The casino bar is located on the main gaming floor, and let’s players order a selection of cocktails, beers, ciders and light meals.