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Our tickets for the Elvis show didn't have the time on them but stated that the doors opened at 7 p. We wanted to check the time of the Hello Viive T, thank you for taking a few minutes of your time to share your appreciation and comment with us. We are sorry for your negative experience and we would like to learn more. If you wish to discuss with us about your experience This building which looks like a birthday cake was the home of the french pavillion at the world expo in Montreal.

It is bordered by the St. Lawrence river, the Gilles Villeneuve race track, the famous La Ronde amusement park, and offers spectacular views Hope to see you soon and have a great day. The floor server unprofessional loud and vulgar. Hello Cambridgeinn, thank you for your note and we do appreciate your feedback.

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Your review will be transfer to the Administration Department. If you wish to discuss with us about your experience please contact us at: I expected more of a wow factor, this casino is a bit confusing to navigate through. Hope to see you again, and have a great day. I'm told this is the largest casino in Canada.

Don't know but it is nice. The casino is well a Casino. The perk of free valet parking is wonderful. I was also the for a Professional Boxing Match and the Hope to see you soon and have a great day.. Flights Vacation Rentals Restaurants Things to do. All of your saved places can be found here in My Trips. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers.

Hours, Address, Casino de Montreal Reviews: Sun - Sat Why Book on TripAdvisor? 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. Open Now Hours Today: As featured in Splendours of Montreal.

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This is a great way to kill off a few hours if you are tired from all of the walking in the downtown area, but if you are looking to be a big winner, this is not the place. The free shuttle was very convenient once we were sure the spot we were waiting was the right place we called. The casino itself is very attractive and has a three part design that links together in different spots. They are no clear signs in French nor English directing you to the area for obtaining a card.

I asked an employee, and was given instructions. The promotions desk employees were pretty friendly, but thats were that ended. As for the rest of the employees, not the most helpful, more aloof than anything else. I tried to oder a drink from the machine on three separate occasions to no avail. Magically, when I put in actual dollars the machines were fine, paying out a few dimes at a time.

My bf had better luck when he took out his card and played without it. He ended up breaking even after a few hours of play.

The nicest part of the place was the free drink stations and the friendly patrons that were obviously regulars. The restrooms were spacious and mostly clean. If I return, maybe it will be in the expo space in other areas. To get there, I had to cross the Casino on several floors, and let's say that this walk kinda cut my motivation in half. From the entrance what struck me was hum Why are there zombies, sorry people on slot machines at this time of the day?

I found it really sad, you could clearly see that they were there by addiction, it surely did not make me want to party on the above floors. I probably will not be going back soon, as I did not like the contrast between the magnificence of the building and the people stuck in their addiction, but it's something to visit at least once in a lifetime.

I am a total sucker for flashy lights and games and so I love slot machines. I don't understand them, I don't know what I'm supposed to be watching out for, but I love watching the images turn and seeing if I won anything. I lowkey might have a gambling problem because I love slot machines so much.

There are no more slot machines that accept coins. I've only ever been to this Casino so I can't really compare it to anything else I could compare it to movie Casino's but those are unrealistic standards but I like it! It's not the fanciest place ever but there are free drinks, it's huge! Now I just need to make a friend who loves going here as much as I do. For someone who goes to Las Vegas on a somewhat annual basis and spends some money gambling there, I don't often visit the Casino de Montreal.

I went when the place first opened over 20 years ago but haven't returned until recently. Back then because it was a novelty, I remember the table games being very crowded and it was next to impossible to get a seat to play blackjack. I played a few hands but it didn't appear to be going well so I stepped away from the table and decided to walk around. I noticed that like the Akwesasne casino, the Montreal casino also has free self serve soft drink machines.

I went to some of their video terminal card games and noticed blackjack there as well. However, unlike at the other casinos that I've visited in Las Vegas and at the Akwesasne casino, the video blackjack machines pay for blackjack and not the crappy like every other casino that I've visited. I decided to sit down and play a few hands at the video blackjack machine. After playing a few hands and breaking even, I decided to call it quits and I felt that I should get back home.

We love coming here for the buffet at Pavillon 67 for lunch. All bags have to be checked, so that sometimes slows things down. The bus sevice can also be a little slow so we always choose to hang back at the race to let the crowds die down.

My first visit to Canada and therefore to Montreal! SO this is a brand new casino with a tonne of perks to begin with. It is located about 15 minuted drive from downtown Montreal. Its a fun space to be in and with crazy amount of options and not super crowded. We literally found place at every table we went to. Humongous slot machines, if you are into it. Not great many food options but there are free self serve drink vending machines which have a tonne of options.

Also, remember to open a card when you enter the space as you get free canadian dollars to spend on your first couple of visits to the casino. Won some money at the slots, so it should have been a good experience. But the casino is very dated. I got a wierd look when I asked for a map on entry. Then I found out why Its basically 5 floors of one large room.

It feels a bit claustrophobic. They also make it very difficult to play the games if you aren't from Canada. The machines don't take credit cards, so you have to get Canadian cash from the on site ATM which of course has a fee.

Not to mention getting charged on the back side by my bank. Usually if I want to keep playing after I run out, I would just take out a little more.

But with the exorbitant fees to get money, I would have been very demotivated to keep playing. Seems like a foolish model for a casino. Make it easy for folks to take out money and they will spend it.

Put up barriers, and folks will just leave when they are out. The buffet was decent, loved the desert section. Exactly what I look for in a casino. Plenty of tables, plenty of machine games, plenty of space, really new. Good amount of eating selection.

Would be nice if parking was a a garage and not outside but not a deal breaker. They convert American dollars to Canadian dollars for you at good rates and they will convert it back for you as well at that rate if you have at least what you converted to begin with.

Had a good time when I visited last weekend. Stayed till 3 am. Very close drive back to downtown Montreal. Don't cost me anything. Non smoking casino with many floors and different games on each one.

The look of the casino is very nice and appealing. All of the workers are friendly and they love taking your money. I was here for a bachelor party so we had fun, regardless. It wouldn't be on my list of things to do in Montreal if I didn't have time to do everything. As a first timer, it surpassed my expectations! Everyone we met was so nice both employees and fellow gamblers. Started off at the slots and didn't know when to quit.

The colourful bees were hypnotizing definitely would recommend spending the night there. To win back some of the money that the slots took from us, we headed off to the blackjack table: And can I just say, it was a great first time. The dealer was the kind of guy you would wanna lose your virginity to patient, kind and slow.

To make a long story short, we had to go back to blackjack. We were disappointed to see that our first dealer had gone, however there was a cutie waiting for us. Let's just say, he's like your first love exciting, charismatic and oh so dreamy. Tons of slot machines to choose from! Very nice lay out, be sure to check out all of the levels.

Live band was good and it's smoke free- so that's a plus! I like our casino! It has shows, a buffet, all sorts of games machines and tables on multiple floors, friendly to locals and to tourists, has a gift shop carries Ricardo products , other food counter options, and a live band. There is a high-roller section too. Come during the holidays and there are prizes to be won. What I also like about this casino, is its history - it is built in the French and Quebec pavilions from the Montreal Expo of Opened 24 hours with ample parking indoor and outdoor with shuttle , and think it's the biggest in Canada.

Just walking out its main entrance, you can enjoy yourself a nice little walk to get a break from gambling, and come back in You may discover some other countries' pavilions that are left behind from the Expo. The casino is easily accessible by many means - Bixi dock close to main entrance, Jean Drapeau metro station with a shuttle bus, Jacques Cartier bridge, or just 2 minutes drive from downtown, and even a voyageur bus for tourists from the Tourist Centre downtown.

Don't think there's a designated smoking area anymore - maybe have to leave off-site to smoke? My opinion is that the parking is safe, no need to worry. There are self-serving drinks areas on each floor - water, ice, pop, and coffee.

Bars with barmaids with seating area are available options as well. They're typically either situated near an elevator, or in the centre of the casino on each floor. And best of all, this casino has no entrance fee like some parts of the world that deters their locals from gambling. No Las Vegas, but, still pretty darn good! For a loonie, only specifically takes 1 loonie there is a dispensing machine that sells you a pack of cards marked with Casino de Montreal that you can get as a souvenir defaced and 2 diagonal corners cut-off.

This machine so far was only seen at the entrance on the lower floor to underground parking. They offer services too if a loved one is in distraught with financial issues due to gambling - think they would refer you to counselling services. I don't really enjoy gambling but once in a blue moon I can be talked into going to a casino. In Montreal this is the only one at your disposal. The casino is located in an awkward location but there is a free shuttle from downtown in summer and the STM runs a bus service from Jean Drapeau metro.

Parking is free and there is a good amount of it. The structure itself is beautiful and was originally constructed for Expo It served as the French pavillion back in the day. The casino itself spans over multiple levels and you will find every game you would expect to find in a casino like slots, blackjack, poker and so on.

It seems that of all the tables blackjack is in the highest abundance. They also have this area called the Zone where the blackjack and roulette is electronic. Basically each person has their own screen and the dealers are at the front of the room animating the hand.

Personally I didn't like this part at all. Not only was it super noisy but in the blackjack all players are working with the same hand so it's not clear how the computer tells the dealer whether or not he should deal again or stand.

There are also a few bars and a restaurant. I can't speak for the quality of the restaurant but the bars are nice. There are also self-serve stations that have complimentary coffee, soft drinks and juice.

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