- Caribbean Stud Poker
- Multi Player Poker
- Pai Gow
- Three Card Poker
On the Versant Soleil of Mont Tremblant sits the 21,025 square foot Casino de Mont-Tremblant. Located in the Laurentian mountain range, Mont-Tremblant is a small village which is surrounded by lush forest and breathtaking views. Despite being a ski resort, in recent years, Mont-Tremblant has become a popular getaway for tourist and locals alike, whether in winter or in summer. It is approximately 130 kilometers north west of Montreal and 140 kilometers north east of Ottawa.
The Casino de Mont-Tremblant is served by Mont Tremblant International Airport, located at Rivière-Rouge and a shuttle service runs between the airport and the resort. The casino is connected to the pedestrian village of Tremblant by a new gondola. Free shuttle rides to the casino are also available from the Chalet des Voyageurs (next to the Cabriolet) with stops at different hotels within the village. If you are driving, take Highway 117, Exit 119 (Montee Ryan) – free parking is available at the casino.
There is no on-site hotel at the Casino de Mont-Tremblant but you will find that the shores of the region’s lakes, rivers and streams are dotted with many hotels and inns including the Westin Resort and Spa, the Lodge de la Montagne and the cheaper Auberge Sauvignon – all within two and a half kilometers of the casino.
Casino de Mont-Tremblant features a vast array of more than 500 slot machines which range from a cent to $500, with prizes that correspond in magnitude. They also have 16 gaming tables and a Poker Room that offers three Texas Hold’em poker tables with professional and well-drilled croupiers. The game is available with or without limits, and stakes start from a dollar or two, depending on the specific game. The casino operates the Casino Privileges Club which is free to join and can give players the chance to earn various rewards if they are regulars. Dining is available in the Altitude Seafood and Grill Lounge or you might opt to visit the casino bar where you can eat and drink whilst enjoying magnificent views, while complementary drinks are available from self serve stations.