Located on the same site as the historic 1967 Expo in Parc Jean-Drapeau on the Île Notre-Dame, Casino de Montreal is the biggest in Canada. Open 24/7, its gaming, dining, and entertainment options spread over several floors in three interconnected buildings make it arguably the best land based casino in the country.

Its doors were flung open to its eager first players in 1993. Anniversary year 2013 saw extensive renovations and refurbishments made, and the result is a destination of which Sin City of the North can be proud. Easily accessible via car and public transit, it is close to a number of Downtown hotels. It is little wonder that players come from not only around province and country, but from far-flung parts of the world as well, to see if they can strike it lucky at the machines or the tables. There are also enough top-quality dining and entertainment options to ensure it is one of the most popular land based casinos in Canada.

Thousands of Games

The gaming options here are more than impressive. They are impressive on steroids.

There are literally thousands of casino games available. Eager players are likely to have a hard time to know what to choose first. In addition to 3000 slots, there are also progressive jackpots to be won, and there are 120 table games, such as Roulette, Blackjack, Baccarat, Craps, Keno, Sic Bo, and Wheel of Fortune. The Pavillon du Québec at Canada’s best land based casino features a 24-hour Poker room with 18 tables at which players can enjoy limit and no-limit action along with meals, VIP service, and sporting action on TV, while the Zone features 80 low-bet limit games in an immersive setting with music, sound effects, and lights.

The Privilèges club offers players all sorts of excitement once they have signed up for free. In addition to bonus credits valid at all Société des loteries du Québec establishments, there are also great giveaways, huge discounts, and exclusive promotions and other specials available. Having a loyalty card means players can earn points for playing games at one of the most popular land based casinos in Canada.

Food, Glorious Food

With 8 restaurants and bars from which to choose, players seldom leave the Casino de Montreal hungry. Le Montréal is renowned for its seafood and grill, Ajia takes Asian dining to the next level, and L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon offers inspired food from the most highly-decorated chef in the world.

Instant takes care of anyone in need for a quick foodie fix with its deli and pate options, and the Pavillon’s Buffet Gourmand has a range of tempting dishes. There is more good eating to be had in the bars of what is the largest of all land based casinos in Canada.

Other Entertainment Available

With millions of visitors annually, the owners and operators understand not every player wants to play slots, Roulette, or other games all the time, while not every visitor wants to gamble. In addition to musical performances, sport, and Sin City-style shows, there is also a new cabaret.

It is easy to see why the venue remains one of the most popular entertainment destinations in the city.

Accommodation and Amenities

The Montreal is one of the few land based casinos in Canada that does not have a hotel of its own. However, it has enjoyed a thriving relationship with several Downtown hotels.

To make it even easier for players, it runs regular special offers and package deals with those hotels, and it runs shuttles to make travelling even easier. Spas, boutiques, and countless other businesses and services are within easy distance of those hotels.