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Casino de Montreal, Montreal

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#4 of 88 in Casinos in Canada
Try your luck at anything from slots to high-stakes table games at Casino de Montreal. 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. Inspirock's itinerary builder makes planning a Montreal trip simple and quick.
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  • I liked visiting this Casino even if I'm not a fan of the games! A good time to see during a visit to Montreal
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  • The Casino is located outside the city centre, but it is easy to reach. Free parking and there is a bus that runs through the parking lot leading to the Casino. Beautiful and colorful place. An entire floor as fighters-in slot machine we collect and win a card with five Canadian dollars to play. My son won 10 Canadian dollars to his credit. Coffee, tea, juices are the will and grace. There are many elderly people playing. There are other games as well and some restaurants. Worth knowing, even though she doesn't want to play. You need to be over 21 to play.
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  • My first casino and I was pleasantly surprised. It is very large, there are 9 floors in total including 4 or 5 for the games which close to 5000 slots. Several restaurants/bars to satisfy you. I stopped going out of curiosity, I am not at all attracted by the game which is a plus. It's always interesting to see what kind of "capitalist temple". The staff is very friendly, helpful and dedicated. The extrapolated Canadian kindness!
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  • I’m not one to go to casinos; in fact I don’t like casinos at all. I went with a close person who likes casinos. Something about the jangle of the slot machines, seizure-inducing lights, and a blur of faces and money — makes me wish there was a quiet room somewhere where one can take a break away from Blurred Lines being played 5 times in half an hour. But that’s typical of casinos and I didn’t look around to see if they have clocks on the wall but can hazard a guess that they probably don’t. The games are well organized and even though I don’t understand a lot of them — I enjoy the mutual respect of the gamblers. As well, as the courteous and polite instructions when I commit a casino faux pas. There is a “us vs them” vibe going on and even the dealers are on our side it sort of seemed. That’s what I liked about this casino. It was well-maintained and I was treated politely. The casino exit is a maze and best described as M.C. Escher’s , “Relativity” painting. The parking was very easy. And the casino is located conveniently on an island. Does anyone else think the casino looks like half of a cruise ship? I just wish they wouldn’t take all my money.
  • I didn't spend a lot of time inside the casino, although I can say it was very clean and it seemed like a place I would like to spend more time at. The buffet however, was amazing. This isn't a ponderosa. Lots of options and good quality.
  • It's been some time since I've been there. Went to a nice show and danced in a small bar area to a live band. Big place with lots of things to do and see. Let's be clear though: you will never get rich by playing their games. I wish they had a shuttle from the metro station. Otherwise, without a vehicle, you're at "the mercy" of an uncertain bus schedule going from one island to another island.
  • Offers a variety of gambling options from 1 cent games all the way up to high roller section with $100 per spin slot. Parking is free, and they also offer Valet parking if you want to impress the hookers. For food, Pavillon 67 will cost you an harm and a leg, try the Buffet instead. The food is amazing at the affordable price of $35 per head. Great place to gamble, but being stuck on Notre Dame Island takes the fun away; you can't really wonder around outside like in Vegas or Niagara Falls.
  • Fun place. Architectural very neat and a Close cab ride from downtown. However not a fan of the the people just hanging around kinda sketchy looking and the overly loud groups of younger males being belligerent some literally running around screaming. Security was unnoticed. The bar service was 50/50 some bartenders where professional and quick others couldn’t be bothered to serve you. All in all it’s a casino serving booze and was still fun.

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Where to stay in Montreal

If beautiful architecture and views over the water appeal, stay in the historic neighborhood of Vieux Montreal (Old Montreal), where you'll be a stone's throw from the best attractions in the city. If modern convenience is more important to you, look for accommodations in the downtown neighborhood of Centre-Ville, or head a bit farther out to the artsy district of Plateau Mont-Royal. LGBTI visitors might want to consider staying in The Village, Montreal's famously progressive hub of gay and lesbian culture.
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