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Casino de Montréal, Montreal

Categories: Casinos & Gambling, Fun & Games
Inspirock Rating:
3/5 based on 600+ reviews on the web
Try your luck at anything from slots to high-stakes table games at Casino de Montréal. Self-serve coffee and soda are at hand as you navigate the strange circular layout of the casino, which might be slightly disorienting to some. You’ll find a huge number of slot machines inside, along with a decent variety of table games and a poker room. Head up to the top floor for a reasonably priced buffet. To visit Casino de Montréal on your holiday in Montreal, and find out what else Montreal has to offer, use our Montreal itinerary builder.
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  • Dinner + show 10-8-2016 show very entertaining Burlesque Cabaret, dinner delicious, impeccable and attentive service. And what about the incredible band composed of 10 musicians located the entered, impossible not to stop and dance. They were for all tastes. Discovered blackjack in the interactive space and enjoyed the animation and tips for novices. Very nice experience that we will do it again for the eve of the new year. Thanks to Joseph for classy hospitality Mr. and Mr. Marc Laporte (Deputy Managing Director) for his invitation. It was a very nice evening. Christian, Joan and Line. PS What is the name of the band? Thank you
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  • great casino! is open 12:00 am. They have buses that lead and bring people to the Casino! It's modern and very large! Has games of all kinds! restaurants! Very good service!
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  • This is a very large casino, we went on a Friday night, crazy for parking, but there are shuttle buses that take you from parking lot to the casino. We found out the metro is easy to get to casino, wo...  read more »
  • Although it is not a big casino, for the past 5 years the Montreal Casino has made quite a few improvements: better design (suspended bar in middle of every floors, iconic status & theme on each floor), good accommodations (free self served soft drinks, coffee & tea, poker level, game show), great ambiance (entertainment every evening: live music, dj, etc) and most importantly maintained a good quality of food (buffet Pavilion 67 or Le Montreal serve satisfy menu. Note: children are not allowed). Improvement needed: it has on going shows, but they need to bring better artists
  • Nice place to spend the night with friends and family. I especially like horse racing and War game tables. Played some Sic Bo as well. You can eat at the 67 restaurant, buffet-style for about 35$ at dinner time. Food quality is amazing.
  • We stopped in to play blackjack for a few hours before going out to dinner and we were very happy with the visit: -The place looks very new and it is well lit and well kept -There are free soft drinks, coffee, water for anyone visiting -There are good table minimums available with decent odds like 20 bucks for 3 to 2 blackjack and 15 min craps The only real drawbacks we encountered were that you pay by the drink (normal most everywhere but Vegas) and that the place is a damn maze and it can be hard to find certain games or even the exit while completely sober. I would definitely come back and gamble here again though!
  • Huge!....I don't think I've seen it all yet. Restaurants are good, the DJs / Live Music + Dance Floor on Friday and Saturday nights gives it a club type feel which is pretty cool. Always crazy busy, parking can be tricky but have always found a spot.
  • Not fancy like las vegas casinos but still great. Deffinitelly one of montreal attractions...
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