Casino Niagara, Niagara Falls

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    Go to the Casino Niagara

    by tpangelinan Written Jul 14, 2005

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    Terry and I stopped in the Casino Niagara to give them some money ( because we are no good at gambling ) this was a fun time. Just after we left breakfast at Perkins and spent $100.00 Canadian for freakin' breakfast we noticed that the casino had breakfast for $6.99, how mad we were at Perkins!! So check out the casinos for meals you really can find a good deal. Oh did I mention that parking is FREE for people going to the casino or handicapped.

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    CASINO NIAGARA

    by LoriPori Updated Sep 28, 2007

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    Even if you don't like to gamble, the CASINO NIAGARA is a must see just for its sheer magnificence. The New Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort was just opened in June, 2004. It has 3000 slots, over 150 gaming tables(Blackjack, Bacarat, Roulette and more). Free parking to PAC (Players Advantage Card) Members. It also has top entertainment such as LeeAnn Rimes, REO Speedwagon, Anne Murray, etc.

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    by kentishgirl Updated Nov 4, 2004

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    The Casino was right next to our hotel, we ate in the precinct that it is in and then wandered through. I am not really interested in casinos at all, but it is advertised on tv there all the time and was packed full - so I guess its a good one!

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    Casino & Shopping Arcade Worth Visiting

    by Mikebb Updated Jul 9, 2008

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    If you are interested in Casinos and Shopping Arcades then visit this centrally located establishment. There is plenty to keep you occupied for a few hours commencing with the huge entrance foyer and its magnificent display. Bring your camera as you must take a photo.

    The shopping arcade has something for everyone, exclusive shops, novelty shops, cafes and restaurants, and the humble fast food outlet.

    The casiono was very clean, however we did not linger but walked out onto the back garden for a great view of Niagara Falls.

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    Have fun!

    by kris-t Written Jun 29, 2009

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    Casino floor size: 100,000 ft² (9,000 m²)
    Slot machines: 1750
    Slot tournament area
    Table games: 60
    Restaurants: 3 ( Lucky's steakhouse , The Market Buffet, Perks Cafe )
    Bars: Corona, Quench, Chills

    Parking:
    On-site self-park and valet parking available at Casino Niagara.

    There is no dress code. Yuk Yuk's at Casino Niagara is smoke-free.

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    Casino Niagara

    by hayward68 Written Sep 8, 2002

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    This casino opened on Dec.6, 1996 and features over 96 000 sq ft of gaming tables and slot machines. I've been twice and stick to the slot machines.

    The Hard Rock Cafe is attached to this place.

    Take your ID, a friend wasn't allowed in because she'd left hers back at the motel (I was furious with her for that, quite a stupid thing to do when you know you're going to bars and you look like you're 12!)
    Open 24/7 365 days a year.
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    Gamble away to glory

    by abi_maha Written Jun 23, 2009

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    If you like gambling then a visit to the Casino in Niagara is a must! However we visited for very different reasons. The parking at the Casino is free!! So everytime we visited the falls we parked at the Casino and walked up to the falls :))

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    Bring your Wallet

    by travelgirl3 Updated Sep 27, 2005

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    Niagara Fallsview Casino and Resort and Casino Niagara. Two great places to try for that elusive big win. Whether you like the tables or the slots, you're bound to find a game to your liking in Niagara Falls.

    In Ontario, the legal age to gamble is 19, so even if you look 25, you should bring legal ID.

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    Casino Niagara

    by rdywenur Updated Aug 18, 2004

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    Located just off the Rainbow Bridge on the Canadian side. This was a fun day trip we took on one of the bus tours. Of course we left all our money but they gave us visiting rights when we left. Weekends and Holidays.
    Casino Niagara was one of the first casinos to be built. Fallsview a more newer Casino/Hotel was recently opened but I have not had the chance to visit there yet. Fallsview is located directly across the street from the Canadian Falls. As Ah-nauld would say: "I'll be back"

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    Niagara Casino-Mini Vegas!

    by machomikemd Written Sep 27, 2007

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    Niagara Casino Resort, With over 100,000 square feet of gaming space, 3,000 slot and poker machines, and 135 gaming tables, you know this casino is serious about offering some gambling fun. Located across from the Rainbow Bridge, the casino is within easy reach of most of the area's major attractions, including the Falls , the Niagara Falls Museum, Maid of the Mist , and Skylon Tower. Included among the lounges and restaurants in the complex are Marilyn's Lounge, Twenty One Club, and the very upscale Farfalle Restaurant plus you can bet on the odds for horseracing, football, basketball, hockey, etc, a feature not available in casinos in the US.

    If you like your gambling, shopping, eating, and nightlife all without going outside, this is the place for you. Of course, it doesn't hurt that, since the hotel is one-sided, all but a handful of rooms have a full-on view of Niagara Falls, either. This behemoth property is the newest kid on the block and one of the coolest. You'll find an eclectic mix of decors in the rooms, everything from Colonial Empire to Asian, and it's all set inside a stunning Belle Epoque building. If you're really feeling like a high roller, go for one of the dozen rooms that serve up a view of both the American and Horseshoe Falls.

    It is Open 24 Hours Daily!

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    All you can Eat

    by Jenniwa Written Apr 23, 2007

    We didn't try it, but our cab driver (back from the Helicopter flight) told us that they have a special dinner offer at the Casino - you pay $ 22 and get "all you can eat" for the evening (but I don't think this includes the beverages)!

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    Niagara Fallsview Casino

    by karen75 Updated Jun 24, 2006

    Typical Canadian casino but with a few more shops then what the other's offer. Not the greatest food court and the food is expensive. Parking is free if you have a Player's Advantage card which is free if you go and apply for one with a goverment issued ID card. Another advantage to having the Player's Advantage card is if you are visiting or live downtown Toronto or any of the following areas such as Spadina & Queen; Broadview & Gerrard; Pape, Christie, Finch, Yorkdale subway stations, you can catch a bus to Niagara Falls for $7.00 roundtrip with Tripmate Tours. Their website is http://www.itripmate.com/niagara.asp You must call them first to make a reservation.

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    by Kristin050900 Written Feb 18, 2004

    Casino Niagara is a nice place to spend a lot of your time if you go to Niagara Falls in the winter. My boyfriend and I spent a majority of our time there. Iactually broke about even this time. Every other time I go to a casino I end up losing most of my money. They have a lot of the usual games. Craps, Roulette, Blackjack, Poker, Baccarat, Spanish 21, Pai Gow, Casino War, Let it Ride and a whole array of slots. Make sure you sign up for a PAC(players advantage card) when you get there. You can earn points for food and other things. You can also enter once a day in any of the contests going on. And generally there are contests going on every day.

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