Top Casinos in Canada from Coast to Coast

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Planning a trip to Canada? Perhaps you love to visit casinos when on vacation? Canada is one of the countries with casinos spread throughout their borders, but not all of them are worth a visit. The gaming locations on the list as the top casinos are full resorts with hotels, spas, restaurants, and amazing casino floors. Consider the casinos and the cities they are in for your next travel destination. If you want to see all the casinos, check out this full list of casinos in Canada.

British Columbia – River Rock Casino

River Rock Casino is so named because it is on the Fraser River in Richmond. This Vancouver-area casino is the most western casino worth putting on the list. The casino is 70,000 square feet. The floor has 900 slot machines and 14 tables, including high stakes tables in the Dogwood Club.

The restaurant is a buffet style with 260 seats. For those who want to sit, be served, and enjoy, the Racetrack is a pub.

Guests can take in a show at the River Rock Show Theater or find live entertainment in Lulu’s Lounge. Another lounge, the Curve, offers appetizers, wine, and other assorted beverages.

The hotel has 2o2 rooms plus the River Rock’s Absolute Spa.

Alberta – River Cree Resort and Casino

Moving east, the River Cree is in Edmonton. Edmonton is known for their hockey team, the Oilers, so it should be no surprise the River Cree offers a hockey center, resort, and casino. Over 1,000 slot machines are found on the game floor, plus 39 table games. It is possible to conduct off track betting for racehorses at Horses at Tap 25. The location not only offers sports betting, you can also dine there.

The hotel provides 249 rooms, through the Marriott label, and you will have river views, whether you are in one of the many restaurants, or your hotel room. Kitchen Buffet Bistro and Center Bar are available for dining. If you are lucky, you will see the Oilers practice in the NHL sized hockey rinks.

Ontario – Caesars and Niagara

Ontario is one of the largest provinces in Canada, so it makes sense that there are two casino resorts worth mentioning.

Caesars Windsor Hotel and Casino is right on the border of Canada and the US, with the Ambassador Bridge being the only thing that separates it from Detroit, Michigan. The Windsor hotel and casino has twin hotel towers for a total of 758 guest rooms. There is a 10,000 square foot atrium housing a fitness center. Esthetica Spa, Colosseum showroom, and Artist Café are just a few of the highlights. The poker room offers 14 tables, plus the main casino has numerous slots.

Casino Niagara is another big draw for US citizens to hop the border. The Niagara is named after the waterfall it is near. The casino has 95,000 square feet for the gaming floor, 1500 slots, and over 40 gaming tables. Sports betting, live weekend music, stand up comedy, and the Market Buffet are just a few reasons to head to Casino Niagara.

Quebec – Casino de Montreal

Moving to the east coast, you might want to take a small stop in Montreal for the history and the casino. Casino de Montreal is just across from Old Port. There are five floors of gaming in this location. It is considered to be one of the world’s largest casinos. Over 3,000 slot machines and 100 gaming tables can be found at Casino de Montreal. Here, visitors can enjoy four restaurants, high stakes poker, and river views.

New Brunswick – Casino Nova Scotia

To make it to the east coast, the Casino Nova Scotia needed to be included. The casino is in Halifax and is part of the Steelman Partners group, which owns the Sydney Casino. The casino opened in 1995 as part of the Sheraton Hotel Halifax and has since gained its new $100 million Vegas style look along the riverfront. The casino has 650 slot machines and several table games, plus a garage for easy parking.


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