Following over a year of renovations that cost around €6 million ($6.7 million) and European gaming giant Novomatic AG has reportedly re-opened its Admiral-branded gambling venue near the southern Spanish city of Sevilla.
According to a Wednesday report from Yogonet.com, the almost 75,350 sq ft, Casino Admiral Sevilla, was officially re-opened via a special June 26 ceremony and now features a 10,764 sq ft casino floor complete with over 100 slots alongside a collection of gaming tables offering a range of poker, blackjack and roulette entertainment.
Located in the Andalusian city’s western suburb of Tomares, the new-look facility moreover now reportedly hosts a pair of restaurants as well as a video wall-replete sportsbook that presents punters with the ability wager on a wide range of live action from sports including football and rugby.
As if all of this wasn’t enough, Yogonet.com reported that the Casino Admiral Sevilla additionally now features the 5,382 sq ft Sala Tarsis events center that Novomatic AG’s local subsidiary is due to promote as the ideal place for area firms and organizations to hold a range of business meetings, seminars and social events.
First opened in 2006 as the Gran Casino Aljarafe, the Casino Admiral Sevilla was purchased by Gumpoldskirchen-headquartered Novomatic AG in 2016 before the new owner shut it down in order to carry out a wide range of significant renovations. Manfred Schartner, Managing Director for the Austrian gaming giant’s Admiral Casinos Spain subordinate, purportedly detailed that the refurbished venue now complies with his firm’s high standards of quality and is due to create additional jobs while attracting even more visitors and tourists to Spain’s fourth largest city.
“This fantastic re-inauguration of the Casino Admiral Sevilla following a complete refurbishment is another important step in growing our operational business in Andalusia and Spain. The positive feedback we receive daily from our customers and partners is a big motivation for us to continue our successful strategy.”