Casinos in Quebec, Canada
Visitors to Quebec who love games of chance will find a lot to like about the province. There are a number of casinos worth checking out while you’re there, and below, we’ll touch on the major ones and tell you what you can expect to find there when you book your trip. Quebec has something for everyone – both a good cross section of games, and a good selection of casinos, so let’s get started!
Casino du Lac-Leamy
Located in Gatineau, this glittering jewel features a hefty 70,000 square foot gaming area, containing 1700 slots and sixty table games. Among the games included, you’ll find:
• Electronic Three-Card Poker
• Progressive Slots
• Progressive Video Poker
• Video Bingo
• Video Blackjack
• Video Poker
• 3-Card Poker
• Roulette (American)
• Caribbean Stud Poker
• Roulette (English)
• Sic Bo
• Spanish 21
And more! Something for every taste and preference here. Even better, when you need a break from the gaming, you’ll find a nice selection of eateries located right there on the property, from full-fledged restaurants offering a variety of cuisines, to snack bars and lounges. A total of four bars and five restaurants in all, in addition to the hotel featuring 349 rooms, and not a bad room in the house! You could enjoy your entire vacation right here, without ever leaving the casino.
Snake’s Poker Club
Located in Kahnawake, Snake’s Poker only does one thing, and as the name implies, that’s poker. If you prefer a different game, table or slot, this one’s not for you, but if you love poker, you’ll find some serious talent and competition here. With fifteen tables and a restaurant on-property, you’re sure to be in for some intense gaming fun.
The casino is open Monday through Friday, 6pm to 6am, and its Saturday/Sunday hours are noon to 6am. Get ready for some fun, and get your best game face on!
Casino de Charlevoix
Located in the city of La Malbaie, this casino does not have 24/7 hours, and its best to call ahead for availability if you’re planning a trip there. It’s well worth the extra step involved though, because the casino boasts an impressive 87,000 square feet of gaming space, which includes 900 gaming machines and twenty-three table games, which include poker (3 tables), 3-Card Poker, Blackjack, Let It Ride, Roulette, Texas Hold’em, and a few others. Note that Keno is also offered here.
In terms of variety, this one does not offer quite the scope that some of the other casinos in the province boast, but if you’re a fan of either slots or poker (or both!), then you’ll find a lot to like here. Even better, there are two bars, four restaurants, and a hotel with 405 comfortable rooms on the property, making it one stop shopping.
Casino de Montreal
If you can only visit one casino while you’re in Quebec, then this is the one you want to head for. Not only does its massive 526,488 square foot gaming area have just about every type of game you could ask for (see list below), but it’s also got four restaurants and four bars. There’s no hotel on the property, but there are a number of five-star places to stay while you’re in town.
In terms of the games themselves, you’ll find an impressive 111 table games, and 3000 gaming machines, all told. Some of the games you’ll find here include:
• 3-Card Poker
• Roulette (American and English)
• Blackjack (60 tables!)
• Caribbean Stud Poker (10 tables)
• Let It Ride
• Baccarat & Mini Baccarat
• Poker (21 tables)
• Sic Bo
There are more, but these are the major features. This one should be even higher on your list if you’re a fan of Blackjack.
Casino de Mont Tremblant
A smaller casino with a more intimate feel, you’ll find a lot to like here. The casino manages to pack quite a punch with its 21,000 square foot gaming area, which includes 500 gaming machines and twenty-two table games, including 3 poker tables, a Blackjack table, Let It Ride, and Grand Baccarat. You’ll also find an excellent seafood restaurant and a bar so you can quench your thirst when you need a break from playing.
Salon de Jeux de Quebec
While small, it’s got quite a lot of character. You’ll find Keno here, and three tables for poker, along with 302 gaming machines of various sorts, including electronic Roulette, electronic Poker, and electronic Blackjack. There is a bar and a restaurant on the property, but no hotel, so if you’ve got to cut one from your itinerary, this would be the one, but if you can work it in, it’s got a good atmosphere you’ll really enjoy.
It should be noted that this is not an exhaustive list of every casino you’ll find in the province, but the ones listed here will keep you occupied and entertained for days at a time, year after year. Start planning your trip now, a