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A diverse city brimming with exciting attractions, unique landmarks and a buzzing international restaurant and café scene, Montreal is a culture-rich destination that offers a blend of French and English heritage. Home to an underground city and famed for its festivals, this cross-cultural metropolis is the perfect 5 star get-away all year round.

Things to see in Montreal

Sainte-Catherine Street is a shopper’s paradise. Crescent Street is a hip and trendy hotspot, while Sherbrooke Street boasts high-end boutiques and cultural institutions like the Montréal Museum of Fine Arts. Directly below the city, you’ll find the famed underground world of RÉSO. This labyrinth of walkways links boutiques, major hotels, restaurants, and city attractions. Another must-visit spot is the recreational Biodome—an indoor facility that recreates the four different eco-systems of the Americas, where monkeys, frogs, puffins, and penguins can be seen in their natural habitats. There aren’t many places where you can skate and cycle in the summer and snowshoe and toboggan during the winter. Check out Parc du Mont-Royal, which offers all of this fun and excitement, right in the heart of the city. Take a trip to the oldest part of the city with a visit to Old Montreal where cobblestone streets lined with boutiques and chic eateries are just moments from the bustling Old Port.

5-star hotels in Montreal

There is an abundance of 5-star hotels in Montreal. Given the history of this dual-heritage city, it comes as no surprise that it should offer a vast variety of five-star hotels ranging from the more traditional luxury hotels in modern opulent surroundings, to something a little more characterful in the form of renovated historical warehouses with stylish interiors and charming Montreal luxury boutique hotels with period details and trendy designs. 5-star hotels in Montreal all have one thing in common—first-class service comes as standard. Guests can also expect luxury extras like private swimming pools, luxurious in-room facilities, spas, fitness rooms, and fine dining.

Where to stay in Montreal

Five-star hotels in downtown Montreal are close to most of the major attractions the city has to offer, with luxury boutiques at every turn, soaring skyscrapers, plenty of clubs and bars. Within walking distance of Old Montreal, this is the heart of Montreal and offers plenty of choice above and below ground. Old Montreal with its narrow cobbled streets is a hive of activity full of interesting boutique stores, sidewalk cafés, and a variety of entertainment all right on the harbor. The neighborhood of Plateau Mont-Royal encapsulates an urban vibe with a distinct bohemian flavor. The area is brimming with eclectic shops, quirky night-time hot-spots, designer fashion boutiques, and amazing views of the city below. It neighbors Parc La Fontaine—a 40-hectare landscaped park with ponds, waterfalls, and walking trails.

How to get to Montreal

Montreal's Pierre Elliott Trudeau Airport is just 12 miles from the downtown area of the city and serves as the main hub for daily US, transatlantic, and domestic flights. Transport options for getting to Montreal from the airport include hiring a car or taking a cab for a fixed rate of $40 to travel to downtown Montreal. Most five-star hotels offer an airport shuttle service into Montreal—this can often be upgraded to a luxury private vehicle.

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