Map &

Been here?
Rate it

Top Tours

Montreal Attraction Pass
From CAD109.00
Montreal City Hop-on Hop-off Tour
From CAD55.00
Independent Tour of Montreal by Bike
From CAD40.00

Montreal Casino Tips (5)

Montreal Casino: Gambling for all ages

deserves three tips, so, the best is to use the same text in all of them:

Things to do: - The buildings and surrounding gardens are very beautiful, and deserve a visit, even without entering the casino.

Restaurant: - I had there the best Canadian meal. Fabulous in presentation and taste. The price… I don't know - it was included in the package. But I read a lot about free meals in the Casino, and wouldn't be surprised if the price stood far below the quality of the dinner. They have many more ways to get paid (well... not by us!).

Nightlife: - I couldn't imagine myself in a Casino with two kids. How to handle it? Well… it was perfect. A small preparation about viciousness and the need of self control, then a notion of budget and selection of priorities, and finally $5 for person (adults and children) as the present budget.

As you may guess, it didn't take too long to get rid of it, but the fun of carefully identifying the most amusing games, the conscious management of the progressively disappearing coins, and the discipline and tranquility shown when they ended, did, really pay all the costs.

solopes's Profile Photo
Mar 03, 2015

Montreal Casino: Floating Chadelier

I love the way the casino looks at night - it reminds me of a floating chandelier. It is a unique structure and one that will be the first to greet you as you're driving north from the US. The interior is like your normal casino and it's got all your favorite games. Too bad I'm so unlucky cause it's so cozy that I could spend a lot of time here.

Dress Code We were able to get it with jeans no problem.

tuoedisni1's Profile Photo
May 13, 2006

Montreal Casino: Win a free dinner

We spent a few hours gambling. The environment was friendly and It was packed even for weekdays. Roulette, craps, blackjack, and a lot more spread across multiple floors The main floor has free pamphlets that teaches you all the different kind of gambling. I didn't want to leave at all since one tends to lose track of time when gambling. I ended up breaking even. When we left (well after midnight), people were just arriving. The dinning experience at Nuances was excellent. No wonder it is rated as one of the best restaurant in Canada with a 5 diamond rating. Expect to spend 2.5 hours for dinner and at least an equal amount on the gambling floors.

Dress Code The casino has a dress code. Since we were having dinner at Nuances where jacket was required. I was not worried. No cut-off shirts, tank tops, jogging outfits, bike shorts, beachwear, motorcycle outfits.

INT_man_of_Leisure's Profile Photo
Oct 08, 2005

Montreal Casino: Montreal Casino

If you like all the glitter and glam Montreal Casino is definitely worth a visit - even if you're not planning to gamble but just watch. This casino was the first one I've ever visited so I found it a really cool place! I kinda felt like I was in Ocean's 11 :P
You have to be 18 to enter.

Dress Code I guess you have to be wearing something a bit more fancy than a pair of shorts - I'm not sure thou...

lotta29's Profile Photo
Mar 16, 2005
Sponsored Listings

Hotels in Montreal

1228 Sherbrooke West, Montreal, Quebec, H3G 1H6, Canada
Show Prices
3422 Stanley St, Montreal, Quebec, H3A 1R8, Canada
Show Prices
1659 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal, Quebec, H3H 1E3, Canada
Show Prices
1155 Sherbrooke West, Montreal, Quebec, H3A 2N3, Canada
Show Prices
1110 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, Quebec, H3A 1G9, Canada
Show Prices
3407 Peel St, Montreal, Quebec, H3A 1W7, Canada
Show Prices

Montreal Casino: Where the action is

I'm not a big gambler, but our tour took us to the Casino for a few hours. The place was packed with people - more than I've ever seen at any one casino in Vegas. The building consists of many levels with elevators and escalators in the middle. Every square inch of floor space is filled with slot machines or gaming tables. It was impossible to move around there and most times you had to wait to get a decent machine.

We did find a bar tucked away in the corner and proceeded to drink overpriced but tasty cocktails served by pleasant bartenders.

The rest of the city by comparison was dead that night - it seemed everyone was at the casino.

Dress Code We were told no sneakers or jeans, but I saw plenty of people violating the dress code. Why ban willing people with money to waste on gambling?

kala6487's Profile Photo
Jan 02, 2005

Top 5 Montreal Writers

rmdw's Profile Photo


"Bienvenue a Montreal! (Welcome!!!)"
View Member
nicolettart's Profile Photo


"A Wonderful Winter Weekend!"
View Member
etrehumain's Profile Photo


"Fall in love with Montréal..."
View Member
Jim_Eliason's Profile Photo


View Member
Dabs's Profile Photo


View Member

Things To Do in Montreal

Things to do

Museum of Fine Arts

After spending a productive day enjoying its fine Late Medieval,Renaissance,and Baroque Perod paintings and sculpture,I returned the next day to appreciate its Late 19th and 20th Century European...
View More
Things to do

McGill University

It was free! Located on McGill Uni campus, this very interesting and eclectic museum had free admission. There was a little bit of everything there...unfortunately, I was so tired after crawling up...
View More
Things to do

Dorchester Square & Place du Canada

Dorchester Square has a very nice parkland and has an interesting history. Initially used as an apple orchard the property was purchased by the Parish of Notre Dame for use as a Roman Catholic...
View More
Things to do

Musée McCord d'Histoire Canadienne

This museum is hihly touted but I was dissapointed. They had a few interesting artifacts but not that many and without much organization to it. It basically consisted of 2 small floors of displays,...
View More
Things to do

Canadian Centre for Architecture

Even if you don't like architecture, I strongly encourage you to at least pass in front of the impressive Victorian mansion that houses the Canadian Centre of Architecture. It is hard to imagine that...
View More
Things to do

Musée Stewart

This musuem is a recreation of the Fort St Helene. It contains a museum of artifacts from the military history of Montreal along with the personal eclectic collection of the founder David Stewart....
View More

Getting to Montreal


We don't yet have an address for this Nightlife. Help us improve our info!


We don't yet have hours for this Nightlife. Help us improve our info!