The Culinary Scene in Montréal

Where to Stay

There are lovely small boutique hotels located in Old Montréal and many luxury properties in the city. We stayed at Hotel Bonaventure, a newer modern hotel conveniently located in the corporate center of Montréal and across from the Central train station.

** Hotel Bonaventure

** Hotel Bonaventure

With its rooftop gardens complete with ducks in the ponds, a pool area with the feel of the tropics, and a lively bar and dining scene, this contemporary hotel was a great place to relax at the end of a full day of sightseeing, eating, and walking around the neighborhoods of Montréal.

** Ducks on the roof

** Ducks on the roof

For more information on Montréal, please refer to their tourism and visitors website.

For more travel articles on the Québec region, please read the following:

72 Hours in Québec City

Auberge Saint-Antoine – Québec City

Dining in Québec City

Poutine – A Québec Classic

72 Hours in Montréal

* Old Montréal at night

* Old Montréal at night

Note – The top photograph is of Lino Birri of Birri Brothers at the Jean-Talon Market

* These images are courtesy of Tourisme Montréal

** These images are courtesy of Hotel Bonaventure

Disclosure – We want to thank Tourisme Montréal and Hotel Bonaventure for their assistance during our trip to Québec. We have not been compensated for this article and the opinions expressed regarding our experience are our own.

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