Montreal, Canada's second largest city is also the second largest French speaking city in the world. Shopping in the Underground City offers a huge range of goods or services.
Days Inn Montreal Downtown
This award-winning Days Inn is situated in the heart of Montreal's downtown district, within walking distance of the city's major attractions, and a wide variety of restaurants and bars. Newly renovated in 2002, this eight-story hotel offers comfortable and spacious guest rooms tastefully decorated and is a great base for a stay in Montreal.
From £30 per person per night
Located in the heart of Montreal, this magnificent hotel offers a view of fashionable Sherbrooke Street, President Kennedy Avenue and Montreal's financial district. Located only a few steps away from St. Catherine Street, museums, exclusive boutiques, as well as Montreal's pulsating nightlife, this hotel is a popular choice with all travellers.
From £47 per person per night
Le Saint Sulpice Hotel
A trendy hotel renovated in 2011 and winner of the Grand Prix du Tourisme Québécois 2013. Located in the heart of old Montreal near shops and art galleries, the hotel features a unique outside terrace and an renowned restaurant.
From £63 per person per night (Continental Breakfast)
Montreal Tours & Excursions
Joie de Vivre
Passion and pride run as deep as the waters around this stylish, bilingual island city. Dubbed one of the world's most livable cities, Montreal's charm lies in its relaxed atmosphere rather than its star attractions, and a quiet amble can be as memorable as a visit to the sights. The city is named for park-covered Mont-Royal, a striking 232m (760ft) geological structure - often mistaken for an extinct volcano - which towers over the city's central neighborhoods.
The cobblestone streets of Montreal's old precinct are lined with stone houses, Paris-like cafés, and architectural beauties like the 18th century Pointe á Calliére (Museum of Archeology & History). The city's downtown boasts a trove of churches and some fine museums focusing on Amerindian art, history, and architecture.
Montreal City Tour Discover the Joie de Vivre that makes Montreal a delightful city you will love to visit. Tour includes the Mont-Royal Lookout, Old Port of Montreal, Beaver Lake, Place Jacques Cartier, Chinatown, Notre Dame Basilica, and Place des Arts. Also visit the Musée des Beaux Arts, which over the past 140 years has assembled one of North America's finest encyclopedic collections, totalling over 30,000 objects. The most prominent collections include: Canadian Art, Contemporary Art, Inuit and Amerindian Art.
Montreal City Passport City Passports are both your guide and passport to enjoy each city at its very best, all at terrific savings. These books provide you with savings up to 50% off at over 50 top attractions, museums, sightseeing tours, restaurants, adventure activities, comedy shows, live theatre and much more.
Accommodations at your selected hotel.
Provincial and local taxes.
Prices are per person based on two sharing, a twin or double room on a room only basis.
Flights NOT included
DoubleTree Plaza Hotel from £133
Fairmont Queen Elizabeth from £187
Marriott Chateau Champlain from £187
St Lawrence River Jetboating
After a complimentary shuttle from downtown Montreal, this unforgettable adventure begins at the head of the rapids. Climb aboard the specially designed Hydro Jet, capable of ascending the large volume rapids and shallow waters of the Lachine Rapids. Hold on while skilled pilots take you on a journey through the most impressive and scenic sections of these legendary rapids.
Mostly daily between May - September from the Infotouriste Centre in Montreal.
Does not include hotel transfers.
From £29 per adult / £17 child (minimum age 8yrs)