Casino de Montréal

Casino de Montreal has been open since 1993 and is, to date, the largest land-based Casino in Canada. It’s recently gone through some massive renovations making it even better than ever, with a modern new design, more choice of restaurants and bars and many improved gaming options. Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, its always a good time to play at the Casino de Montreal, but if you want the full experience, go in the evening, when it really comes alive.

There’s a good selection of games to choose from, whatever you’re into, including Blackjack, Baccarat, Roulette, Craps and a huge range (over 3000) of the latest and most popular Slot machines.

Located in Quebec, the Casino is open to anyone aged 18 and over, and caters well to both gamblers and non-gamblers alike. Including the Casino floor there are four highly-regarded restaurants, several bars (although alcohol is not served in the Casino itself) and large facilities which can be hired for parties, conventions or business meetings.

The Casino is highly regarded for its stunning architectural design, making it a popular resort for holiday-makers from Canada and even further afield. Comprised of 3 inter connected buildings, the casino is something to behold and the Quebec Pavilion and French Pavilion were both built for Expo 67, an event that is considered to be the most successful fair in the world held in the 20th Century. The 3rd annex was built to house the casino and has 6 floors, all dedicated to gaming and entertainment. Low ceilings, numerous windows and other features attract visitors who combine a love for architecture with a world class gaming experience, and this casino is truly worth visiting simply for its unusual design.

Six restaurants cater to every taste, and whether you want to enjoy fine dining or a more casual bistro setting, there’s an eatery to suit everyone. L’Ajia offers something more exotic, L’instant provides quick and simple but delicious deli-style food and, if you want a truly exceptional dining experience, a meal at L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon, cooked by the legendary chef himself will be sure to leave a lasting impression.

There are 3 differently themed bars for you to relax and enjoy a leisurely drink in, and if it’s entertainment other than gambling you’re after, there’s a cabaret, live music and more. Banquet and meeting facilities are also available at the Casino de Montreal where you can mix business with pleasure with ease.

Pros

  • Largest Casino in Canada
  • Lots of Slot machines to choose from.
  • Stunning Casino design makes it a top choice for both gamblers and non-gamblers

Cons

  • No real dress code takes away some of the glamour and traditional Casino atmosphere.
  • During peak times it can be hard to get a seat at the Table games.
  • No alcoholic drinks allowed on the Casino floor.