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About Casino Rama Resort, Ramara

Casino Rama is a large casino, hotel and entertainment complex located on the reserve land of Chippewas of Rama First Nation, in the town of Rama, Ontario, Canada. A joint venture between First Nations, commercial operators Penn National Gaming, and the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation, it is Ontario's only First Nations "commercial casino" (as opposed to a lesser class, Charity casino) and the largest First Nations casino in Canada. The casino is operated by Wyomissing, Pennsylvania-based Penn National Gaming of the United States. The entertainment complex regularly hosts ticketed entertainment shows for an additional charge.


Overview of Casino Rama Resort

Home to Casino Rama Resort is the city of Ramara in the country of Canada. Although listed here, Casino Rama Resort is not one of the most visited sightseeing places in Ramara.

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  • Just got back from Trevor Noah show. Haven't been to Casino Rama in over 10 years, so I was expecting tons of improvement. Not much change to be honest. Place is way too small to safely accommodate the massive amounts of people for shows and concerts etc. Their parking lot has ample room which is probably due to the large amount of land they have to work with , but really should start expanding the property in terms of the playing area, hotel, and eateries. Keep in mind the influx of people go for concerts or shows, that along with the addicts makes for a busy tiny place that cannot support Toronto/GTA. As of right now the majority of baby boomers and older people are providing the profit but what happens in 10-15 years or less when that target market starts to decline. Change is inevitable, expansion is the only way to sustain profitability. I will be back in 10 years and either Casino Rama will be awesome and big and will have expanded adding new structures, or it will be the opposite and dwindling becoming only supported by the locals. The location is so far out of the lime light that this can happen quite easily. Times change, you have to change with the times. You cannot stop changing markets, growing population, only have to adjust to them, success at Casino Rama has plateaued and will inevitably decline, I'd bet a lot on that. I will say, all the staff was very nice, landscaping and interior was super clean. In the future if given the option for a show or concert at Rama or downtown Toronto,, that is an easy answer, Toronto all day.

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  • A great weekend getaway. Ample parking. Great restaurants. St. Germain's has a great steak. Caught the Foreigner show and it was amazing. Hotel rooms are well designed, comfortable and relaxing. The pool is nice too.

  • Great place to see shows. Pretty typical Casino beyond that. Do you like rooms with no windows or clocks but lots of blinking lights and noise? Then you'll love the casino!

  • We spent a couple of days at Rama to celebrate my birthday. We have been here many times and always have fun. This time was a little different as I was on crutches and not able to get around as quickly as I normally do. I was very appreciative as to how many people went out of their way to make it easier for me. From the room near the elevator, to the people asking if I need a wheelchair and the many "what did you do's" it was all appreciated. I would like to give a shout out to one of the cleaners named Annamaria who on several occasions came over with a chair to put my leg up, great customer service!!!! The only down part on this trip was Cedar's restaurant. The food was definitely not up to par with the fish and chips bathed in oil and the blackened trout way over seasoned. We will definitely be back :-)

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  • Very exciting. For the beginner to the professional players. Its all there. Various restaurants from buffet to fine dining. The food is exceptional. Banquet halls for weddings and corporate events, all catered to your specifications. A beautiful hotel on site with spa. It really is an adult playground

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