Cheap Hotels in Montreal
Located at the foot of lush Mount Royal Park and next to the renowned McGill University and Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, the Sofitel Montreal is a luxurious retreat in the heart of the historic Golden Square Mile. It is ideally located for business trave lers as well as art lovers. Indulge your plate at the restaurant Renoir, relax in the cosmopolitan atmosphere of the Bar and give it your all in the bright meeting spaces.
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Hotel Quartier Latin Montréal
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Hotels in Montreal
Montreal, in the province of Quebec is the second largest city in Canada. Predominantly French speaking, it holds the title of being a UNESCO City of Design. This is a place of innovation, a city that looks to the future as well as the past. Cultural treasures wait to be discovered around every corner, with art galleries, museums, fine restaurants and interesting shops in ready supply. By selecting one of the many Montreal hotels, you will be in an excellent position to explore this vibrant and exciting metropolis.
The McCord Museum provides a number of exhibitions outlining social Canadian history. If you have a fascination for insects, then spare some time to look around the Montreal Insectarium, one of the largest in the world where species from all over the planet are represented. Alternatively, for those with a natural bent towards astronomy, the Planetarium is worth a look.
To view a remarkable collection of art that spans the centuries visit the Museum of Fine Arts. Alternatively, an extraordinary collection of Canadian and International modern art is on show at the Contemporary Art Museum.
For some awe-inspiring structural design, visit Montreal City Hall, one of the most impressive examples of French Second Empire architecture in the city. Then there's Habitat '67, a modernist housing complex, made up of 354 prefabricated cubes that have been converted into eco-friendly dwellings.
The Cathedrale Marie Reine-du-Monde is a grand Basilica with significant European influence taken from the design of St Peter's Basilica in Rome. Then there's the three hundred year old Chateau Ramezay, a museum that serves to bring the heritage of Montreal alive.
Montreal Biodome is another modern landmark not to be missed. It houses the four separate ecosystems of the Americas, where plant and animal life are successfully nurtured. It combines an indoor zoo with an aquarium and a botanical garden. The Biosphere is equally as impressive, where the muse de l'environement shines a light on environmental issues and water ecosystems.
Retail hotspots and eating out:
When it comes to shopping and finding great places to dine out, Montreal offers a whole range of options for the discerning traveller. Saint Catherine Street constitutes the very hub of downtown Montreal. Here you can find fancy boutiques, large department stores, a variety of restaurants and cosy cafés. If you're looking for designer labels, a lively nightlife and a plethora of stylish restaurants then Crescent Street won't disappoint. Saint Denis Street is another road worth a closer look. Here visitors and residents alike, wander in and out of the many bars, cafés, restaurants and shops on offer. For some fresh produce or speciality food items, try the vibrant and colourful Marche Jean-Talon.
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