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Au Coeur De La Ville B And B (Montreal, Quebec)

Victorian home ideally located in downtown Montreal at the vicinity of the Latin Quartier, McGill University area, Park Mont-Royal and the business district.Charming B&B on the first floor of a Victorian house. The trully Montrealer hostess will give you great info on the city.
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Auberge Montreal Espace Confort (Montreal, Quebec)

Auberge Montreal Espace ConfortMontreal Espace Confort

An acknowledged hotel service: an excellent comfort, a charm of the south and a courtesy to all test!

You will find an unforgettable experience among us, either it being filled with multiple festivals filled with blazing colors... [more]
Convention Centre Apartments (Montreal, Quebec)

Fully furnished apartments - Convention centre & Old Montreal areaRenovated studios, one and two-bedroom apartments located near the Convention centre and Old Montreal area. Private bathroom, fully equipped kitchenette, queen size bed, internet, phone, cable TV and laundry facilities... [more]
Cool Runnings Guest House (Montreal, Quebec)

key location to down town Montreal. Great access point to all major points of centre villeIdeally located south west of the core of of Montreal,Canada. Cool Runnings Guest House is close to all tourist attractions, the Atwater Market, the Lachine Canal, Montreal's Old Port and much more. Also and... [more]
Econo Hostel (Montreal, Quebec)

Eastern downtown apartment to share as hostelLocated middle between Olympic stadium and old Montreal, 1 subway stop from the village! With the best buy price in low season! Welcome into our "Keep it clean and green and save" hostel! In a no smoking and no smoker area.

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Jacks Montreal Furnished Apartment (Montreal, Quebec)

wo nice rooms to rent in a confortable 6 1/2 located 7 minutes from métro Papineau. Close to groceries, bars, Downtown as much as the Plateau and Parc Lafontaine. Competiting prices!!! SINGLE BEDROOM at 50$/night, 150$/week. DOUBLE BEDROOM at 60$/nTwo nice rooms to rent in a confortable 6 1/2... [more]
Le Petit Prince Bed And Breakfast (Montreal, Quebec)

Sophisticated decor and a convenient location make for a perfect vacation destinationNestled in downtown Montreal, Le Petit Prince is suitable for business travelers and adventurers alike. Our home is conveniently located on a quiet secluded street in the heart of the city, minutes away from the... [more]
Studios Montreal (Montreal, Quebec)

Fully furnished studios & 3-bedroom apartment Downtown-MGill University - PlateauDOWNTOWN : Situated in the McGill University area, in the vicinity of the Latin Quarter and Business District, Ste-Famille Street is reknowned for its attractive Victorian homes. Near mass transit and a short walk... [more]
SummumHouse (Montreal, Quebec)

Centrally-located hostel, a very laid-back facility, offers the right mix of comfort and convenience at a very competitive price!If you are looking for a great, laid back, nice place to stay that offers you conviviality, a great home sense and lots of extras, look no more! We are Montreal's BEST... [more]
Chez Roger Bontemps B&B (Montreal, Quebec)

Chez Roger Bontemps offers 3 rooms with queen-size beds at its B&B and 4 Tourist Residences which are apartments able to accommodate from two to eight people. Our homes, two ancestral houses separated by a flowered interior courtyard, are conveniently located on rue Wolfe in between Ste-Catherine... [more]
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Montréal defies all superlatives. Though an incredible city in its own right, it is both much more and less than this. When you visit here, you will be introduced to a whole new way of living life to the fullest. The locals here call it joie de vivre which literally translated means joy of living and that is what Montréal's people seem to be best at. More than anything else Montréal has a fantastic atmosphere, and possesses a vibrancy and excitement you won't find anywhere else. Culture seems to ooze out of the sidewalks. Montréal is a mélange of ethnic and national influences that have all contributed to what makes it such a special place. Enjoy watching life go by from an outdoor café, shop in an underground shopping mall, dine at a fine French restaurant and follow with a jazz club or a major league baseball game. You will never run out of new things to experience, even after a multitude of visits.

The seasons in Montréal are distinct. Summer is usually quite hot and sunny; it can sometimes be unbearably humid. Fall is a little cooler but still very pleasant and has the added bonus of the beautiful autumn leaves, which are numerous in a city full of maple trees. Winters are cold and snowy, but Montréal is well prepared for this, there is a vast underground city of shopping malls linked to hotels, office buildings and metro (Montréal's subway) stations. If you wanted to, you need never go outdoors. Spring revitalizes the city, the days are long and fairly warm so this is an ideal time to visit.

Montréal is a major transportation centre. Highways and railways converge here, so there are connections by bus and rail to all over Canada and the U.S.A. Montréal is a relatively short drive from many of the major population centres of the Eastern Seaboard, and Ontario. Montréal has two international airports with direct flights to all major Canadian and U.S. cities. There are also flights to many cities in Europe. One airport, Dorval, serves nearly all scheduled flights, while the other, Mirabel, is mostly for charters and cargo.

Montréal is a city of festivals and these occur throughout the year. At the end of January is the Fête de Neiges (Festival of Snow) with skating, ice carving and tube slides. There is a major St Patrick's Day Parade, which is a tribute to the large part of the city's population celebrating their Irish origins. In the early summer there is the International Fireworks Festival one of the best in the world. This is held at La Ronde, located on the Parc des Îles a series of islands in the St. Lawrence which were originally developed for Expo '67 (the World's Fair of 1967.) In early June there is the Air Canada Grand Prix, the only Formula 1 race in North America. On June 24th is Fête Nationale, formerly known as St Jean Baptiste Day, this is Québec's national holiday and includes a big parade. At the end of June and the beginning of July is the world renowned Montréal Jazz Festival. Many of the concerts are free and are held at various venues throughout the city. This is a big attraction so it is advisable to book accommodations early. Equally famous is the Just-for-Laughs Comedy Festival. This is a bilingual event with over 200 performers and over half a million attendees. Some acts are free and for others an admission is charged. At the beginning of August there is Montréal's International Gay and Lesbian Pride Festival, which is a fun time for everybody. In early fall there is the Montreal World Film Festival, held at several theatres around town.

You cannot possibly leave Montréal without sampling the local specialty - the Montréal Smoked Meat Sandwich. Montréal's smoked meat is world famous, it is usually aged naturally without chemicals and additives. Thick slices of this meat between fresh rye bread with a generous dab of mustard and a pickle on the side and you have the perfect sandwich. There are numerous delis serving this splendid delicacy throughout Montreal, but among the more popular are Ben's, Schwartz's and Dunn's. It is a matter of local debate as to which of these serves the best sandwich.

Another local food item that is known all over Québec is poutine. For junk food connoisseurs only! A bed of homemade French fries is covered in cheese curds (fresh cheese) and smothered in gravy (sauce brune or sauce barbeque as it is called in québécois). Two places for poutine in Montréal are Chez Claudette, at the corner of Laurier near St. Denis, and the Montréal Pool Room, an authentic grungy fast food place on St. Laurent Blvd. south of Ste. Catherine Street (that used to have pool tables but dosen't anymore). Chez Claudette is known for its creative interpretations in the poutine genre. They have classics like poutine italien (with spagetti sauce), and poutine all dressed (don't ask!), as well as about 6 other variations.


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