Casino Barrière de Deauville

Entertainment and Leisure

Built by Georges Wydo in 1912, the architecture of the Casino takes its inspiration from 18th century building including the Petit Trianon and  the opera house of the château of Versailles. Inside are slot machines, gaming tables, a theatre and a cinema, making it one of Deauville's best lesiure spots. The casino also plays host to the American Film Festival held in Deauville every September, attracting many movie stars and celebrities.

Location and contact details

Casino Barrière de Deauville
2 Rue Edmond Blanc

Latitude: 49.359566, Longitude: 0.069586

Places to visit nearby

Deauville in Normandy is a glamorous town on the Côte Fleurie ('flowery coast'), famous for horse racing and its international cultural festivals.

Trouville in Normandy is both a charming seaside resort and a picturesque fishing village all in one!

Honfleur is a charming seaside town immediately recognisable by its tall narrow buildings - which look as though they've been squeezed into the streets!

Nearby attractions

Deauville is famous for horse racing with one of France's largest racehorse training centres and 50% of the winners in French horse races and equestrian sports were born, bred and trained in the region.

Enjoy a walk along Deauville's wooden promenade, where the aristocracy of yesteryear once walked while taking the sea air. Made of ekki or eba, a species of wood that is said to be resistant to rot and decay, the boardwalk...

A stunning combination of rural Normandy style and a manor house, this listed historical monument was built in 1907 by the architect Picherau for Henri de Rothschild who called it the Ferme de Coteau, the hillside farm.