4 Star Hotels in Montreal
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- Bell Centre
- McGill University
- Old Port
- Montreal Casino
- Notre Dame Basilica
- Palais des congres de Montreal
- Olympic Stadium
- Place des Arts
- Place Bonaventure
- Montreal Biodome
- Montreal Botanical Garden
- Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
- Saint Joseph's Oratory
- Concordia University
Four Star Montreal hotels
Things to see in Montreal
One of Montreal’s historical delights is the Notre-Dame Basilica. This 17th-century church is a beautiful example of Gothic Revival architecture, and features stained-glass windows which tell the story of the city. The history and mix of different cultures is also very much in evidence in Old Montreal. Wander through the quaint cobblestoned streets of the city’s historic center and you’ll find European-style architecture, plenty of museums, and some great cafés and restaurants. Vibrant, bustling markets are always popular with visitors. Check out the Jean-Talon market to sample delicious food that will delight your taste buds. Visit the Montreal Botanical Gardens and wander among thousands of different plant species across over 20 themed gardens.
4-star hotels in Montreal
If you’re looking for 4-star accommodation in Montreal, there is plenty to choose from and the standard here is very high. Most of Montreal’s 4-star hotels are centrally located, allowing you to reach sights on foot with ease. You can expect valet parking and grand, beautiful lobbies when you arrive, but the high-end experience doesn’t end there. Four-star hotels in Montreal have great restaurants and stylish bars, providing delicious high quality cuisine and the perfect place to enjoy a drink or two. Many also have swimming pools and fitness centers, so you can work out or just swim and relax during your vacation. Some Montreal 4-star accommodation includes spas offering treatments for the ultimate in pampering.
Where to stay in Montreal
Most of the big-name 4-star hotels in Montreal can be found in the bustling Downtown area. This lively area of the city has good access to public transport and a huge range of shops, restaurants, museums, and bars. At the other end of the spectrum there’s Old Montreal, with its Parisian-style architecture. This area has a quieter atmosphere but has plenty of restaurants and attractions. Choose a 4-star Montreal hotel near The Plateau if you would prefer to stay in a less touristy area. Here, you can dine among locals and discover independent boutiques and cafes.
How to get to Montreal
Pierre Elliott Trudeau Airport is the most common point of entry for vacationers coming to Montreal. It’s served by all of the major Canadian and American airlines, as well as many from Europe and the Middle East. Plenty of cities are within 2 hours' travel time of Montreal by plane, such as Toronto, New York, Boston, and Quebec City. Once you arrive at the airport, it’s a simple matter of catching a taxi downtown, or taking the city’s express bus for a cheaper (albeit slower) option. When it comes to getting around the city, you have several options such as the subway, bik,e or, as the major sights are located quite close to each other, on foot.
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