|Morning Session||11 AM||11 AM||11 AM||11 AM||11 AM||11 AM||11 AM|
|Afternoon Session||11 PM||11 PM||11 PM||11 PM||12 AM||12 AM||12 AM|
|Closed||3.30 - 5pm||3.30 - 5pm||3.30 - 5pm||3.30 - 5pm||3.30 - 5pm||3.30 - 5pm||3.30 - 5pm|
Rhyl is a beautiful seaside town situated in Denbighshire on the Welsh coast and is home to a population of around 27,000 people. According to the the Daily Post (a Welsh newspaper) there are 13 reasons why Rhyl is 'actually awesome'. They're wrong, because we know there are 14, if you include the Apollo Bingo hall.
The large club is situated in an accessible and convenient place near to Vale Road Bridge and has recently undergone a £500,000 refurbishment making this facility incredibly modern and well-presented. A new foyer was created in 2016 and extensive exterior work has seen this building converted into an integral social meeting point and community hub. So what exactly does Apollo Bingo have to offer?
The club is located centrally, close to Morrisons on Brighton Road and the club has its very own large, pay and display car park. It is across the road from a bus stop and train station, making the property greatly accessible via public transport.
Apollo Bingo operates 7 days per week, with Monday-Thursday 11 am-11 pm and Friday – Sunday 11 am – 12 am and the venue closes each day between 3:30 - 5 pm for essential maintenance and cleaning.
The club does not run any morning sessions, with first gameplay starting at 1:30 pm each day and all evening sessions commencing at 7:30 pm.
Pricing and Games
Pricing can vary with games usually ranging from £3-£10 depending on the session and the day. Weekday afternoon events cost £5 and the afternoon session on a Saturday costs £7 due to the popularity of the event. However, you could get 9 x £100 houses. If you are looking for a more affordable option, Sunday afternoon is a great time to head down. For just £3 you can play all of the games but do remember to check out the company’s website for the full list of times and sessions as well as the latest promotions. It can be found at www.majesticbingo.co/location/rhyl.
Following the extensive renovations, the interior was completely reworked. A new stage was crafted and an advanced arcade area was installed, along with new carpets, furniture and seating meaning that when you enter you can expect to be greeted by a modern finish.
The venue still offers the traditional bingo games but new, state of the art electronic bingo pads have been added. Newcomers to the game will appreciate this as it gives them a chance to become accustomed to the game and its pace before moving onto the classic version of the game.
What hasn’t changed is the great atmosphere and friendly staff. Whether you are just popping in for a drink in the new social lounge, a bite to eat in the café even if you have set your sights on winning that big jackpot, the sociable staff are always on hand for a chat and to enhance your overall bingo experience. So head on over to Apollo Bingo in Rhyl, the 14th wonder of Rhyl, you definitely won’t be disappointed.