Casino Niagara has over 1,500 slot machines, but the coin values range from $0.01 to $5 maximum on the regular gaming floor. The size limitations of a physical casino don't allow for as many games as a player would find on an online slots casino. The casino does however have 350 progressive jackpot slot machines and video poker machines available. The high roller room, the Salon Prive, is only available to players who have the Platinum Players Advantage Club status. Players must earn at least 5,000 reward points by spending money in the casino to earn the highest status.
St. Catharine’s Niagara Casino Table Games
The Casino Niagara features 40 gaming tables, including blackjack, roulette, Caribbean Stud, Big Six Wheel, Spanish 21, craps, Let it Ride and Casino Stud. Both high and low limit tables are available, but limits vary by game.
The separate Poker Room has 12 tables and is open twenty-four hours a day on the weekend. Players may reserve seats for up to 90 minutes ahead of the game start times by calling the casino before arrival. During the week, the casino features poker tournaments with no stated limits and the top three players receive cash prizes at the end of the tournament.
Casino Niagara Features
Casino Niagara does not have an attached hotel. A player will have to make accommodations elsewhere if he intends to stay the night. Both gas and hotel prices should be factored into the casino trip budget.
The casino has four restaurants, all which vary in menu and price. The dinner buffet at the Market Buffet is $18.95 each for adults and visitors who don't participate in the casino's player rewards program, while Lucky's Steakhouse features more expensive fare, including lobster. The Quench Bar serves both alcohol and finger foods, while the Perks Café has sandwiches and other coffee shop fare.
It is worth nothing that Halifax Casinos may offer various gaming and entertainment options good enough to warrant a fare amount of visits. So if St. Catherine’s isn’t close enough to you, perhaps Halifax is.