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Hotel Terrasse Royale Star Rating 3        
5225 Cote-des-Neiges

Set in a functional 6-storey building, this traditional hotel is a 1-minute walk from Cote-des-Neiges Metro station, a 6-minute walk from the University of Montreal and 2 km from Mount Royal Park.Rooms and 1- and 2-bedroom suites have low-key furnishings and decor, and come with free WiFi, TVs, living areas with sofabeds, and kitchenettes.Breakfast is available in the on-site chocolate shop/cafe for an extra cost, and there's also a bookstore/bistro serving rustic French dishes.
Montreal Furnished Apartments Le 1009 Star Rating 3        
1009 rue Bleury

Conveniently positioned, Montreal Furnished Apartments Le 1009 offers easy access to Montreal's popular tourist attractions. It provides a terrace, and is a short walk from Montreal's Underground City.The property features comfortable accommodation, and is the perfect base for holiday makers or business travelers alike.
Montreal Luxury Apartments Les Etoiles Star Rating 3        
888 St Francois Xavier

Located amongst a variety of well-known tourist attractions, boutiques and eateries, Montreal Luxury Apartments Les Etoiles is ideal for those wanting to explore Montreal and its surroundings. It is also found within a five-minute walk of Palais des congres de Montreal.The property has 19 modern apartments offering all the necessities to ensure a comfortable stay.
Appartements Plateau-Mont-Royal Star Rating 3        
Different locations in Plateau-Mont-Royal

Appartements Plateau-Mont-Royal is situated in Montreal and features free wireless internet. It is conveniently positioned for guests wishing to visit local attractions.Apartments feature an in-room dining area, a coffee maker and a private terrace.
Le McGill Old Port Star Rating 3        
416 McGill appt 200

Le McGill Old Port is set in Montreal and is a short walk from Old Port of Montreal - Longueuil Ferry. It provides a 24-hour reception and free Wi-Fi, and is a brief stroll from Montreal's Underground City, Bank of Montreal and the Pointe-a-Calliere Museum.Le McGill Old Port provides a comfortable apartment, designed to fit the needs of any traveller.
Les Passants du Sans Soucy Star Rating 3.5        
171 rue St-Paul ouest

Les Passants du Sans Soucy provides a comfortable setting when in Montreal. It is situated in the area's popular nightlife district, just a short walk from Place d'Armes and the Pointe-a-Calliere Museum.There are a variety of amenities available to those staying at the inn, such as valet parking, supervised child care/activities and free Wi-Fi.
Apartment Studio Anderson        
1099 Rue Anderson

Situated in the heart of the city, Apartment & Studio Palais des Congres provides easy access to Montreal's popular retail and sightseeing areas. It is situated a brief stroll from Bank of Montreal, Saint Laurent Boulevard and Montreal's Underground City.The property offers free wireless internet in public areas, as well as a garden for guests to relax in.
Likeahotel - Prince-Arthur Star Rating 4        
60 Prince-Arthur

Likeahotel - Prince-Arthur is situated in Montreal and is close to the area's well-known attractions. It offers free Wi-Fi and a 24-hour reception, and is a brief walk from Saint Laurent Boulevard.The property has 11 modern apartments that are equipped with all the essentials to ensure a comfortable stay.
LikeAHotel - Le Chambord        
4462 Chambord

LikeAHotel - Le Chambord is located in Montreal and features free Wi-Fi. It is ideally positioned for guests wanting to sightsee in the area.There are 2 apartments at the property, each offering all the necessities to ensure a comfortable stay.
Stay In Montreal        
3854 Avenue Du Parc Lafontaine App 1

Situated less than a 20-minute stroll from Gare d'autocars de Montreal, the hotel offers guests an ideal base when visiting Montreal. It is conveniently located for those wishing to visit the area's popular attractions.There are a variety of facilities available to those staying at Stay In Montreal, including a terrace, a garden and a concierge.
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Montreal Canada is a city in Quebec and the official language is French. It is a UNESCO City of Design, thanks to its status as a historical capital of commerce and technology. In some ways Montreal has been overtaken by Toronto in terms of this status, but it is still very much an important part of industry such as design, finance, aerospace, technology and pharmaceuticals. Montreal CanadaIn terms of tourism it also a cultural center, often referred to as Canada's Capital of Culture, with its varied French language productions. It is traditionally known for its rock and jazz music production and tourists can enjoy a wealth of theater, dance and live music, in both English and French. The area offers a wealth of entertainment for visitors, as well as excellent shopping opportunities, sightseeing and dining. One thing is for sure, a visitor to Montreal will not be bored. Montreal boasts one of the most exciting and eclectic food scenes in the whole of North America. Its varied offerings include English pubs, Jewish delis, Parisian cuisine and patisseries. Its specialties include poutine (French fries in cheese and gravy) and Kamouraska lamb - both must-try food when stopping in Montreal.

Those who enjoy history and architecture will be interested in the various historical buildings in Old Montreal including the Notre-Dame de Montreal Basilica and the Canadian banking central on St James' Street, an example of 19th century architecture. Montreal boasts old European style designs with a contemporary edge. As mentioned, Montreal was named a UNESCO City of Design back in 1996 and is one of only three in the world (along with Buneos Aires and Berlin). This status brings with it a renowned reputation and a pull for tourism. It is home to both the International Design Alliance and the International Council of Graphic Design Associations. Montreal CanadaLovers of sport will enjoy Montreal, whose most popular spectator sport is ice hockey.

Montreal has long and very cold Winters but locals and visitors alike embrace this with their support for ice hockey, ice hotels, skiing and tobogganing, winter activities and warm clothes. Those who prefer the warmth, can use the underground walkways or can step into one of the many eateries or bars to warm up and keep out of the cold. Pierre Elliott Trudeau International airport (also known as Dorval Airport) is 22 km west of downtown Montreal and serves US domestic and international flights. Once in Montreal, it can be explored via bus, rail, car, by bike or on foot. Everything is accessible and the area is very tourist friendly. As such, many people are on hand to show you directions and make you feel welcome. Montreal is not only popular with thousands of visitors from France each year due to the language and culture, but with people from across the world. It offers an excellent tourist experience with its wintery charm and excellent accommodation and eateries on offer. There is a variety of establishments on offer for families and single travelers of all ages.