Housed within a converted 1800s bank building, this European-style boutique hotel is in Montréal's historic district, surrounded by fine restaurants and shops, ...
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This family-friendly Montreal hotel is located in the historical district, within a 5-minute walk of Old Port of Montreal and Bonsecours Market. Notre Dame Basilica ...
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Cobblestone streets offer just the right pep in your step as you explore the enchanting area of Old Montreal. Its 17th century charms are still present everywhere you look today. Bring your camera and your walking shoes on your trip to this dynamic part of the city.
With so much to see, sometimes a walking tour is the best way to get around.
This particular section of town often features free strolling tours so you can see all of the famous buildings and rues. Among the most popular sites is the Notre-Dame Basilica. This impressive cathedral is a transfixing sight, with its stained-glass windows and old, wooden pews.
With so much history in the area, the museums of the neighbourhood are often geared towards Montreal’s past. Two of the best museums are the Pointe-a-Calliere Museum and the Centre d’Histoire de Montreal. Both museums spotlight the transformation of Montreal into today’s world. Once you’re ready for a little fresh air, don’t miss the Old Port situated along the St. Lawrence River. This area is perfect for a riverside stroll during the warmer months and free ice skating during winter. This is also the spot of the Montreal High Lights Festival, Montreal’s biggest annual festival.
With the beautiful setting just outside, why not stay in this historic district during your Montreal vacation? Book right here on Expedia.ca to find the best deals on Old Montreal hotels. Now, you may be staying in Old Montreal, but don’t think for a second that your amenities won’t be anything less than modern. Enjoy complimentary WiFi, room service, and HD TVs in your room.
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