Casino Rama

Casino Rama in Ontario, Canada, is an extensive hotel and casino resort and entertainment complex built on the reserve land of the Chippewa tribe of Mnjikaning First Nation.

The casino opened in the town of Rama, Ontario, in 1996 and has run 24 hours a day, 365 days a year ever since. It is a joint venture between First Nations, commercial operator Penn National Gaming and the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation.

The 300-room all-suite, full-service hotel boasts lavish living quarters and exceptional service quality thanks to friendly, helpful staff. It also has magnificent spa and health club facilities.

Casino Rama

The huge casino, which sprawls over 192 000 square feet of gaming space, accommodates over 110 table games and more than 2 500 slot machines, as well as a dedicated poker room.

And this is not to mention nine vibrant restaurants, each offering unique dishes ranging from Cantonese to Italian to Steakhouse fare. There are also two bars, in the Silver Nightingale Lounge and the Firestarter Lounge.

Guests can secure a Player’s Passport card, allowing entry in to the Free Members Club. This offers rewards including cash back deals and complementary offers for meals, hotel packages and tickets to various concerts, sporting events and invitation-only parties.

The world-class Entertainment Centre at Casino Rama can seat an audience of up to 5 200. Just some of the famous names that have graced the stage at Casino Rama include Bob Dylan, Bill Cosby, Barenaked Ladies, Faith Hill, Michael Bolton, Jay Leno and Chicago.

Did You Know?

  • Casino Rama is the largest single-site employer of Aboriginal people in Canada, employing over 700 Aboriginal staff members.
  • Casino Rama has been voted Favourite Casino by readers of the Toronto Sun for 13 consecutive years since its 1996 opening; you can’t ask for a better stamp of approval than that!
  • The car park caters for 2 258 vehicles, ensuring that you will never have to trawl the car park for an empty space.

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