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Casino Niagara, Niagara Falls

Categories: Casinos & Gambling, Fun & Games
Inspirock Rating:
2.9/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web
Try your luck at Casino Niagara. Established in 1996, the casino is situated beside the busy Clifton Hill promenade. With over 1500 slot machines and more than 40 table games, it offers plenty of opportunities for an entertaining time. Choose from a range of slot machines spread out over two floors, try your hand at blackjack and roulette, or visit the poker room to participate in a thrilling card game. The casino also features electronic roulette, sports betting, and a couple of restaurants and bars. Before you head to Niagara Falls, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Niagara Falls trip builder, to make sure you see all that Niagara Falls has to offer, including Casino Niagara.
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  • My wife and I visited Casino Niagara on Thursday evening as part of our 29th anniversary. When we first visited NF 29 years ago this building was a series of run down 3rd rate museums and shops. Locat...  read more »
  • There are two casinos. This one is "lesser" than the other but you get what you pay for, just less machines, tables, and lower minimums. 
  • Go here on a regular basis and find the staff very friendly. There is a good atmosphere especially on a Saturday night as we enjoy the live bands while we play the slots. Parking is easy with the larg...  read more »
  • Great place to get some entertainment. Gambled for a bit. $15 min blackjack tables on a Sat night. Had all the usually casino games. Checked out a comedy club, had some good laughs there. Overall great casino and the buffet looked pretty good from a distance.
  • Great as a tourist attraction, lousy as a casino. If you like playing slots, this is the casino for you. Otherwise, it is a nice shopping extended. Once upon a time, Niagara Falls, Ontario was a Mecca for sleezy, gimmicky thrills. This area of town was populated by cheap souvenir shops, fortune tellers, and massage parlors. They didn't get rid of those buildings when they erected the casino, just cleaned them up and encased them in glass. Now the neighborhood contains classy gift shops and boutiques.
  • A great place to see money dissappear. Fun with the amount of machines but slow service
  • Very depressing place. Go there for their buffet. Very good buffet at very reasonable price. Unless you are a gambler and member of Casino Niagara, you will be paying BIG on parking (learnt hard way). If you are going for buffet and driving, park your car in surrounding are for lot less.
  • What a rip off. When I was there a few years ago, you got free parking by using your PAC card. Today, I paid $30 for parking because I made the mistake of driving in for an hour to check if I was going to be lucky. I played during that time and when it was time to leave, I was told that I had not played enough. When I asked how much playing I needed to do to qualify. I was told by Ashley the supervisor that they could not tell. This rate a minus zero rating for customer service. They can save more by just firing their supervisors who don't do any customer service at all and make more money that way instead of ripping off their customers with fictitious free parking ads. This is the last time I going near that casino.
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