Whilst you think might most Canadian casinos don’t have the facilities to keep up with American casinos, you might be surprised to hear they’ve got some pretty impressive casinos in the True North. From the forever popular Caesars casino to Casino de Montreal, luckynuggetcasino.com has decided to round-up some of the more impressive casinos that Canada has to offer. There’s quite a few, believe us!
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Quebec – Casino de Montreal
Sitting on the isle of Notre-Dame, which is across from the Old Port of Montreal, the Casino de Montreal stands tall and proud. In fact, this casino is regarded as one of the largest on the planet. With four restaurants on site, including the renowned Nuances and the Italian restaurant Via Fortuna. There’s also a number of lounges including the Zen-like colourful Le Carre and the livelier Le Chaval.
The ever popular casino is five storeys tall and packed with 100 blackjack tables, roulette tables and VIP poker tables. There’s also 3000 slot machines on offer, so you’re bound to find hit games such as Immortal Romance, Thunderstruck II and Avalon. Players will never be short of any action in this mammoth of a casino. If you’re a Texas Hold’em fan, you’re going to love this casino as the house awards a bonus for the highest hand of the day! There’s even a great loyalty scheme that allows in-house players to accrue casino points; similar to Canada’s number one online loyalty scheme.
British Columbia – River Rock Casino Resort
The River Rock Casino Resort is the largest Canadian casinos in Western Canada, with 70,000 square feet of pure gambling action. With over 900 slot machines, a 14-table poker room and the Dogwood Club (a high stakes VIP room), you are never going to be short of any action.
This gorgeous casino sits on the shores of the Fraser River, which allows for amazing scenic views. The entrance to the casino looks is welcoming, with the appearance of an exceedingly large ski lodge. Once you’re in you’ll be greeted to a number of restaurants with the most popular being the Racetrack which is an off-track betting hub where punters can pick up some tasty fast food. Of course, there’s also the 260 seater buffet if punters are in the mood for something a little more civilised.
If you’re looking for flashy entertainment then head on over to Lulu’s lounge, or if you’re after something a little more intimate you’ve always got The River Rock Show Theatre. If you’re looking for somewhere to have a natter and grab a few drinks, then head on over to The Curve Lounge, known for its signature curved elevators.
Ontario – Caesars Windsor Hotel & Casino
Ontario has two very popular Canadian casinos; Casino Niagara and, of course, the world Famous Caesars Windsor Hotel & Casino. Wedged between Detroit, Michigan and Windsor, Ontario, Caesars is less than a mile from the Ambassador Bridge connecting the two countries and is a magnet, attracting gamers from both sides of the border.
Caesars is a mammoth of a hotel with 758 guest rooms in total, with most of the guests staying to take full advantage of the amazing facilities it has to offer. This hotel contains a 10,000 square foot atrium along with a fully furnished spa. The Colosseum showroom plays host to a vast array of well-known acts with Aretha Franklin gracing the stage in recent times. If live music isn’t your thing then grab a bite to eat at Nero’s Steakhouse, which is renowned in Ontario for serving the best stakes in Canada.
In terms of gaming facilities Caesars offers 14 poker tables and a main floor full of electric slots and table games such as blackjack, roulette and baccarat. If you get thirsty whilst playing slots then you can order your drinks while you play. If the gaming gets too much though, you can always pay a visit to the Artist Café, which is full of gorgeous murals, paintings and sculptures.
Hard Rock Casino – Vancouver
The largest casino in the province of British Columbia in terms of floor space, Hard Rock Casino in Vancouver (named after the popular chain of restaurants) has a multitude of gaming tables including blackjack, baccarat, roulette and craps to name a few. The casino was renovated in 2006 to include a new show theatre and a modern multi-storey car park which is capable of storing 1,600 vehicles.
For all our Canadian slot fans Hard Rock Casino has 1000 slot machines with a variety of the latest games. If you’re more of a poker fan then you can’t go wrong with 12 poker tables fully serviced with professional dealers. If you are looking for a premium gambling experience then head on over to the Hard Rock Casino in Vancouver.
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So, there you have it, a great range of Canadian casinos worth visiting in 2016. Why not get some practice online with Lucky Nugget Casino before you head on over to the True North!