- Caribbean Stud Poker
- Multi Player Poker
- Pai Gow
- Three Card Poker
Casino du Lac-Leamy, with its 70,500 square feet of gaming space, offers a decent range of entertainment for patrons including some interesting shows, while they also have a number of restaurants, bars, lounges and, as one would expect, a wide range of gaming options. The casino is built on a precipice overlooking Lac de la Carriere in Gatineau which is on the northern banks of the Ottawa River. Located on the shore of Lac Leamy, less than 28 kilometers from Ottawa International Airport and only 10 minutes from downtown Ottawa, the casino is easy to reach, regardless of your choice of transportation. By car, come off at Exit 3 on the Highway 5 North while if you are arriving by public transport from either Ottawa or Gatineau, the number 21 bus stops right outside the casino (free bus tickets are available from participating hotels – check with your hotel). Several shuttles provide round trip transportation to the casino from outside Gatineau and Ottawa (for a fee) and there is free outdoor parking at the casino for those who wish to drive there.
Connected to the casino, the Hilton Lac-Leamy features 349 rooms all with exceptional views. The hotel has a casino package which includes $40 in casino chips. There are many hotels in the area, especially in downtown Ottawa, including the Ramada (around a 10 minute walk away) or the cheaper Motel Casino.
Casino du Lac-Leamy features more than 1,800 slot machines which cost anything from a cent to $500 per spin, with jackpots varying accoringly. There are more than 65 table games including Poker, Baccarat, Blackjack, Roulette, Sic Bo, Keno as well as regular table game tournaments, so plenty to keep you occupied. The Poker Room offers nine Texas Hold’em Poker tables with helpful and professional croupiers and you can choose to play limit or no limit with stakes of varying amounts starting at $1. The casino’s Casino Privileges Club is free to join and gives loyal customers the chance to gain a host of benefits. If you need to refuel, the self serve stations give you the option of complementary drinks while their five restaurants and cafes (one of which – Le Baccara – is one of only a handful of Canadian restaurants awarded the CAA-AAA Five Diamond distinction) provide an excellent array of eating options.