Casino Montreal Review

If you are in Quebec, then you will certainly want to spend some time and a few dollars at the famous Casino Montreal in French speaking Canada.

The Montreal Casino opened in 1993 in Ville Marie in Quebec and is the second largest casino in Canada. It is open all day, every day, and stays open through the night. You have to be 18 years old to enter.

It is a no smoking venue, and is made up of three buildings that are linked to each other. The Casino Montreal poker rooms are also non smoking and have been so since 2003 when a local law was passed to prevent smoking in the lounges. The three buildings include the French Pavilion, the Quebec Pavilion and an annex that was added onto to the main structures. The main building has six floors and the secondary one has four.

There are a grand total of 115 gaming tables and these include ones that the Casino Montreal dedicates to poker. Apart from poker, this casino offers players the games of Baccarat, Blackjack, roulette, craps and other traditional games.


There are an incredible 3,200 slot machines ranging from the most modern of slot games as well as traditional penny slots. In addition to active gambling games, the casino offers sports betting, Keno, speed lotteries and video game parlours. If you get hungry, then you don’t have to worry because the casino has a total of four restaurants. If you just fancy a drink, then you can have one at any of the three well stocked bars that serve anything from beer to high-end cocktails. The original buildings were completed in 1967 and the complex grew out of it organically in the years following. It is known for its outlandish design and a massive number of windows.