Built into the former French Pavilion for Expo 67, the Montreal Casino is a unique rendition of the deconstructivist style of architecture. The design is a brilliant merger of clear-cut lines, geometric patterns, sinuous curves and gleaming surfaces. The facade boasts a striking, futuristic character, expertly illuminated to highlight each nuance of the complex design. Minimalist, yet intricate, the Montreal Casino is a landmark of architectural finesse. Located on a beautiful island in the St. Lawrence River, a visit to the casino is a classy affair and the dress code calls for good taste. Aside from the usual games of chance, the casino also features a Vegas-style cabaret, boutique, and complete conference facilities.