Casino du Lac-Leamy, Gatineau

3.6
#1 of 7 in Fun & Games in Gatineau
Step into Casino du Lac-Leamy, the region’s premier casino which offers more than 1,800 slot machines and more than 65 tables of games including blackjack, craps, Texas hold ‘em poker, roulette, and baccarat. The casino also houses an 1,100-seat theater, where you can view live theater or musical performances. For those wanting an extended stay, book a room at the attached hotel, which offers room service, swimming pools, and recreation rooms. For Casino du Lac-Leamy and beyond, use our Gatineau holiday planner to get the most from your Gatineau vacation.
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  • August 14, 2017
    Every summer for years my husband and I go to Casino Lac Leamy mainly because we have a property in Gatineau. I had an encounter with a server during our last visit. I was thristy and all I wanted to ...  more »
  • August 9, 2017
    Very nice place or spend a few days to relax, free parking, very good restaurant, Hilton Hotel with exceptional service, 2 minutes from downtown Ottawa, cycle track passing even the site and brings you several places including the Gatineau Park. Theater with very good show. one of few places or you arrive with your car and you have no need to take it up during the stay because all is accessible around the Casino. Bar 7 is a must to take a drink and meet people.
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  • August 6, 2017
    a most enjoyable time can be had here for very little expense, many slot machines and table games to suit all pockets, also good bars and snacks.  more »
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  • July 7, 2017
    This is a mighty impressive Casino for the Ottawa-Gatineau region. I'm not a big gambler, so I don't stay for long, but I find it fun and easy to pop in and drop a few bucks in the machines and play the games. There is plentiful free parking and easy access off the highway.
  • July 6, 2017
    Unsympathetic, unthoughtful, and unforgiving staff (for the most part). Security did not let me inside for smelling like marijuana, but apparently smelling like cigarettes is okay. Go figure. When I explained that to security they laughed and pointed out the door. With my money still on a poker table (going for a 24h marathon session) I tried a different entrance which at a casino with cameras everywhere wouldn't fool anyone. At the next entrance I had the displeasure to meet the worst manager I have met in my life. Benoit, the manager showed how much of a brainless monkey he and most of his security are when he could not clearly, and logically explain why smelling like cigarettes is acceptable upon entry, but marijuana is not. "Yeah, but it's a different smell" won't cut it Benoit, quit your job red faced bully. I tried conversing with Benoit, but his high nose prevented him from properly addressing the situation. Benoit was not just carelessly demanding, but as rude as calling me a "prick" after taking out my phone while he took notes about me. I took a selfie with Benoit in the background after he called me a prick just to remember. I was compliant to give my ID and whatever, but forcing me out of the building without my money was beyond rude. Banning me for a month was just uncalled for the situation. You need better customer service. I hope Benoit gets better. On a positive note, the ladies behind the desk in the poker room are friendly and professional. The pit bosses could try being less intimidating and more neutral. Finally the dealers should not expect tips as often as they since most people are losing. An older dealer who has seen me play for a while basically indicated to other players with her body language how they should play against me when I was in a pot because I had not tipped her, ruining the game for me that night. On the other end of the spectrum is Antonious, the fastest and most professional dealer there, he should be promoted to Benoit's position. Other dealers and managers could learn a lot from his above neutral demeanor. Best regards, Moïse
  • June 2, 2017
    Very friendly and welcoming staff, they are fluent in both English and French. Great place to spend time; trick is to just try to not spend too much money while there.
  • July 7, 2017
    Very nixe since they added the new bar a few years back. The drinks are really worth a shot, even of they are expensive. Lost of noise.
  • June 18, 2017
    Not the best casino I have been in but certainly not the worst. Some nice improvements recently

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