Olympic Casino Eden’s gardens opened its gates in Klaipeda
Posted on 20.05.2005Lithuanian State gambling commission issued a permission to Olympic Casino Group Baltija to open casino in Klaipeda, one of the largest Lithuanian towns located at the Baltic Sea. Yesterday evening the 6th Olympic Casino gambling house opened its door in Lithuania.
The new casino, which is developed under Eden’s gardens theme, is located at the largest city hotel Klaipeda. Company invested LTL 5.5 million into this project. 55 people started their work at the new Olympic Casino.
There are 33 slot machines of unlimited win, 7 gambling tables, 2 of which are roulette and 5 card tables in more than 500 square meters gambling house. The visitors will also find VIP hall and the bar Eden’s gardens there. Special events, concerts will take a place in 24 hours working casino.
“New casino should become a special place for Klaipeda residents and city guests who appreciate high quality service, entertainment and luxury surroundings”, says Gunar Vilk, the manager of Olympic Casino in Klaipeda. According to Gunar Vilk, architect Valerij Starkovsky developed especial interior of casino, where dominates the details of English 19th century Chesterfield style.
Natural wood applications on the walls, pillars winded with roses, fountain, and pergolas with colorful flowers make casino interior warm and cozy.
About “Olympic Casino”
Olympic Casino Group Baltija is the part of the largest pan Baltic gaming group Olympic Entertainment Group, which started its activities in 1993. Today company operates 27 casinos, 15 of which are located in Estonia, 4 – in Latvia, 6 – in Lithuania and 2 in Ukraine.
Olympic Casino Group Baltija was the first company in Lithuania, which started activities in gambling market in 2001. Company operates 4 casinos in Vilnius, 1 in Kaunas and 1 in Klaipeda. At the moment company have about 48 per cent of Lithuanian market share and employs 480 people.
For additional information please contact:
Olympic Casino in Klaipėda manager
Tel: + 370 6 101 2002