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This penthouse-style hotel comprises the top two floors of the 17-story Place Bonaventure business and shopping complex and is linked by elevator to Montréal's ...
This family-friendly hotel is located in Montreal (Ville-Marie), close to Martlet House, Les Cours Mont-Royal, and Eaton Centre. Also nearby are Quartier de ...
Located in a vibrant area of downtown galleries and boutiques, the Montreal hotel is 1 block from rue Ste-Catherine, 2 blocks from the Bell Centre, and 3 blocks ...
This hotel is in the Chinese Quarter of downtown Montréal, less than 3 blocks from the city's convention center and Old Montréal.
This downtown boutique hotel is within 2 blocks of the Bell Center and shopping district, and within 1 mile (1.5 kilometers) of Old Montreal.
Located in Quartier des Spectacles, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of St. Patrick's Basilica, Christ Church Cathedral, and Metropolis. Notre Dame Basilica ...
Situated in Brossard, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Maison Saint-Gabriel, Atwater Market, and Habitat 67. Notre Dame Basilica and Christ Church Cathedral ...
Located in Ville-Marie, this eco-friendly hotel is steps from Phillips Square and Christ Church Cathedral. Notre Dame Basilica and Metropolis are also within ...
A Montréal landmark since 1958, this 21-floor hotel sits above the train station and is 0.5 km from the Bell Centre, and conveniently close to the underground ...
Between Montreal's Old City and the Parc du Mont-Royal, this downtown hotel is 1 block from Saint Catherine Street, 3 blocks from Crescent Street and its nightlife, ...
Far from the sea, Montreal is an unusual island. At the confluence of the Saint Lawrence and Ottawa rivers, it is both a geographical and a cultural intersection, where river meets river, French meets English, and waves of cultural riches overlap.
Montreal takes its name from Mount Royal, which is the hill at the heart of the city. The park on the hill is the city's largest green space and it was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, who also designed New York City's Central Park. The park's Kondiaronk Belvedere offers a postcard view of downtown Montreal, with its skyscrapers, bright lights, and lattice of roads. Take eye-catching pictures of this view and more on the Montreal photography tour.
Some like it cool
How you spend your time in Montreal may be determined by the weather. The city gets colder than Moscow in winter and weather forecasts include wind chill, which might convince you to view the winter wonderland from a cozy bar with a roaring fire. If you want to brave the cold, put on your warmest clothes and join the Montrealians as they indulge in wintery pleasures. During La Fête des Neiges (the snow festival), the Parc Jean-Drapeau is transformed into a vast snow and ice playground, and you can ski through the Mount Royal Park or ice skate at the Bonsecours Basin in the Old Port. Arctic temperatures are also a good reason to go shopping in Montreal's underground city, which contains over 2,000 shops.
Some like it hot
With Montreal's busy festival calendar, there's always a unique time to visit the city. When the weather heats up in June and July, so does the music at Montreal's legendary jazz festival. The city becomes a living, breathing jazz machine, with outdoor concerts, world-class musicians, and over two million enthusiastic listeners. July is also the time to secure a fountain-side spot for the Just for Laughs comedy festival.
See Montreal by bike and you'll gain a sense of its distinctive districts. Downtown, skyscrapers including the Stock Exchange Tower stretch high into the clouds, and the main shopping street Rue Sainte Catherine runs east to west through its center. Cross the cobbled streets of old Montreal and you'll find outdoor cafés, bohemian boutiques, and buildings which date back to the 17th century. Eat the best bagels in the city in Mile End, a neighborhood as popular for its live music and art galleries as its bakeries. Montreal is recognized for its microbreweries, and has the longest licences in the country, so there's plenty of time to sample some real ale. Night owls can take their luckiest Canadian loonies to the Casino de Montréal to play the slot machines and table games.
The multinational fabric of Montreal's communities means that there's a huge array of cuisines to try, but you can't leave without tasting Quebec's famed concoction of chips, gravy, and cheese (or 'poutine', as it's known locally). It might not be a recipe you'll take home, but memories of this and all that you've seen in the city will be worth holding on to.