Living The Luxury Lifestyle: Top Four Luxury Canadian Casino Resorts

Luxury and diversity reign supreme in Canada. From the east coast of Nova Scotia, to the west coast of Vancouver Island, Canada’s stunning and diverse natural scenery is complemented by the array of luxury hotels the country has to boast about, some of which affluenceavenue.com has reviewed in the past. Luxury golf resorts, luxury spa resorts, and luxury casinos resorts attract visitors from across the globe, with some resorts even combining two or three of these elements (if that approach appeals, skip straight down to St Eugene Golf Resort Casino below!).

If relaxing in style whilst having easy access to a world-class casino is your number one priority for a Canadian vacation in 2017, here are our top four recommendations.

Medicine Hat Lodge Hotel

If you’re looking for a gem of a family resort in Alberta which combines family-friendly facilities with a luxury casino offering 27,000 square feet of entertainment, then Medicine Hat Lodge Hotel will tick all of your boxes and then some. Recommended by torontosun.com as one of the top Casino Resorts in Canada,  Medicine Hat also boasts an amazing indoor water park, guaranteed to keep the kids entertained during your stay.

 

For something a little more indulgent, the four-star Alberta Massage & Spa is perfect for relaxation and unwinding. All in all, Medicine Hat is one Canadian casino resort that proves the sort of VIP experience so prevalent online – see, for example, the numerous attractive VIP programs listed on casinos-online.ca – can be replicated in style in land-based casinos.

St. Eugene Golf Resort Casino

This stunning resort in B.C. is a great choice for those wanting to hit the casino, indulge in some spa treatments, and top things off with a round or two of golf, goes well paired with anniversary gift ideas. 

However, what makes this luxury resort different from the others are the activities available within a stone’s throw of the resort. You could indulge your wild side with some white-water rafting, take in some heli-sightseeing, or get back to nature with some fly-fishing. These are all fantastic excuses for spending some of the winnings you might just make in the casino…

River Cree Resort and Casino

Amongst other grand ambitions, River Cree aims to bring Las Vegas to Canada. Not only is there a casino, but there is also a wonderful range of musicians and comedians on site. Dining options are also top-notch, with the Sage restaurant offering something special for steak and seafood lovers. Their menu and bar offers are available to view on rivercreeresort.com.

Head outside and you’ll find the West Mall of Edmonton only five minutes away. With all of the attractions located inside and outside this resort, it’s no shock that this is one of the casino resorts that will help you to really enjoy the underrated city of Edmonton.

Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort

The casino, restaurants, and spa at Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort are all first-class, but there’s no denying that this resort is all about its location and the exceptional views. If you’ve never looked out at the amazing horseshoe falls or have never seen them spectacularly lit up at night, then make this your must-visit casino resort for 2017.

Views aside, there’s no escaping the gaming element to this resort. With over 3,000 slot and video poker machines, including a Friends-themed 40-inch touchscreen slot, this resort is a huge draw for those who demand something a little different from their casino experience. You can have a quick practice session before you hit the casino at Niagara by heading to canadascasino.ca, where, alongside comparative online casino reviews and promotions, you can also find some of the digital versions of the slots scattered across the casino floor at this resort.

Whatever location you choose for your Canadian escapades in 2017, you’re in for a truly memorable trip to one of the most spectacular countries on earth.

Founder of AffluenceAvenue.com - Toronto's First Luxury Lifestyle Guide focusing on travel, food & drink, arts, culture, fashion and business & career advice.

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