Fallsview Casino Resort

The beautiful Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort is located on a 9 hectare site in Niagara Falls, Ontario. The casino and resort opened its doors in 2004, becoming one of the largest gaming resort facility in Canada. The casino is owned by the Ontario Government through the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation.

The Fallsview Casino Resort offers visitors and guests a 762,000 square metre property consisting of the massive casino itself at nearly 61,000 square metres, a 1,500-seat theatre, a 30-storey hotel and stunning views of the Horseshoe Falls.

The casino is located near a number of other attractions in the area, making it the ideal “home base” for visitors while in the area.

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More about Fallsview Casino Resort

The Fallsview Casino Resort has a wide range of opportunities and activities for guests of all ages to enjoy while visiting the property. Some areas are restricted to those 19 years of age or older – the gaming floors, specifically. Government-issued IDs are required as proof for entry.

The casino features more than 3,000 slot machines, including reel and video reel, video poker, and progressive slot machines. Machines allow for gameplay denominations as low as one penny on the main floor and up to $100 in the Salon Privé, the high-limit gaming zone. The high-limit room offers the highest limits in the region, with bets topping out at five figures. The table games at the casino include many favourites like craps, baccarat, blackjack, poker, roulette, and more, with over 100 tables set for beginners and professionals ready to try their hand. The poker room also happens to be the largest in Ontario and welcomes guests to try their luck at more than 17 tables. Popular games like Omaha and Texas Hold ‘Em are available for gamers of varying experience levels.

The big winners are invited to chance it for big payouts at the Bad Beat Jackpot or participate in one of the many tournaments held throughout the year.

The Casino offers many events and concerts at the Avalon Theatre and the Entertainment Centre. Huge superstars have appeared over the years, like Steven Tyler, ZZ Top, Kesha, Adam Sandler, Jason Derulo and many more. Both venues provide close-up seating for amazing entertainment experiences every time.

You’ll also find many fine and casual dining options during your stay. Over 20 dining options, led by some of North America’s finest chefs, welcome guests to try a range of Asian, American and European cuisines.

The Casino can be reached by a variety of means. For those driving in, an on-site self-parking lot holds over 3,000 vehicles. Valet service is available for those looking for a VIP experience.

Bus services from around Canada, Pennsylvania and New York service patrons with direct routes to the casino for exceptional convenience. Some of the bus lines include Safeway Tours, Casino Vacations and Fun Time Travel. If you’re travelling by air, flights into Toronto (IATA: YYZ, ICAO: CYYZ), Buffalo (IATA: BUF, ICAO: KBUF, FAA LID: BUF) and Hamilton (IATA: YHM, ICAO: CYHM) bring you close enough for easy access to the hotel and casino. For those visiting by train, the Niagara Weekend GO Train Service runs year-round.

About 30 million people cross the border into Canada each year from the United States with another 18 million travelling by boat or airplane from around the world. Anyone visiting from the United States or another country will need a valid passport to cross the border or fly into Canada. Americans may use their Nexus card instead of a passport if desired. For those driving in, you’ll also need an enhanced driver’s license.