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“Huge casino”
Review of Casino de Montreal

Casino de Montreal
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$91.23*
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Ranked #43 of 419 things to do in Montreal
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Owner description: Lit up like a jewel at night, this casino on the Ile Notre-Dame is the largest in Quebec and one of the ten largest in the world in terms of the amount of gaming equipment. The excellent live entertainment draws gamblers and nongamblers alike.
Reviewed May 2, 2014 via mobile

If you go to Montreal than you have to pass by its casino, famous for being so big with plenty of machines. You have to go there and try your luck it's one of Montreal necessary attractions

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Reviewed April 25, 2014

It is nice that so much of the 1967 Expo has been repurposed. The casino property is being well maintained and is a good place to add to your "to do" list whether you were a looking to explore the old Expo or drop some gambling money. We were very surprised by how many people were there on a weekday afternoon and how far away we had to park.

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Reviewed April 24, 2014

We won some, and lost more! Oh well, that's how the slots roll! The casino has been newly updated since our last visit, five years ago. Everyone was friendly and helpful. On our way here, we saw Habitat '67, an interesting way to live. The casino is housed in the France Pavillion, which was part of Expo'67. If we had more time. we would have walked around outside as there are still lots to see in the park that was part of Expo '67.

We did not find the slot machines that would have kept us entertained here. We had a better time in Niagara Falls, and the Tropicana in Atlantic City. But we were glad we stopped by. Could not get there by Metro and the Yellow Line is undergoing repairs. We took a taxi to and from our downtown hotel. They have a buffet and restaurants on the top floor. The most interesting feature in that it is several stories hight and escalators and elevators can take you up and down, or you could walk. Lots to see and do, and I think it was smoke-free. Au Revoir ! Would have been nicer if we won ! C'est la vie ?

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Reviewed April 23, 2014

Celebrated mother's 65th birthday and was expecting a very nice dinner but what we got was poor selection, cold food and indifferent staff. A far cry from what they advertise, I will not return and would not recommend, ever.

1  Thank Red1020
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Reviewed April 23, 2014

breath taking at night, so much fun! we had so many drinks! the air is so fresh, eveyrthing so clean! people are fun! i loved it ! cant wait to go back during the day, only went at night

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