Luxury Hotels and Restaurants in Montréal
Relais & Châteaux awaits your stay in the heart of Montréal with our Grand Chef and the gourmet cuisine at our Restaurant Toqué!
Our luxury hotel and spa, Les Trois Tilleuls & Spa
, located outside the city will pamper your body and charm your soul. We invite you to stay at a Relais & Châteaux hotel and experience both the country and the city of Montréal. Your Route du Bonheur (road to happiness) in Eastern Canada might include:
The culinary discovery superb wine list of the Restaurant Toqué!
in the city
The exclusivity of the only Givenchy spa in North America at our Les Trois Tilleuls & Spa
Shopping at the famous Montréal underground city
The exceptional golf course at La Seigneurie, St-Hilaire
Skiing, tennis, mountain biking, kayaking, fishing, sailing and more
The Montréal Landscape
Montréal is known for its nightlife and the stylish fashion sense and the joie de vivre of its citizens. Combining the charm of Europe with the dynamism of the New World, it is the second largest French-speaking city in the world after Paris. It is a multicultural metropolis of more 80 ethnic communities.
With the St. Lawrence River at its feet, Montréal is well-geared to its hot summers and cold winters. An entire underground city - heated in winter, air-conditioned in summer - allows you to wander around more than 30 km (19 miles) of boutiques, restaurants and théâtres, no matter what the weather is like outside!
A Taste of Montréal
Montréal hosts a plethora of festivals including l’International des Feux Loto-Québec (an international fireworks festival), Festival international de jazz (Montréal Jazz Festival) and Festival Juste pour rire (Just for Laughs Festival). Montréal is also home to the world-renowned Cirque du Soleil and Montréal Symphony Orchestra (MSO).
Along with live entertainment, you’ll find museums, art galleries, theatres and such attractions as the Botanical Gardens, the Biodôme and Parc du-Mont-Royal, laid out by Frederick Law Olmsted who also designed New York’s Central Park. For a bird’s eye view of the city, ride the elevator to the top of the Montréal Tower, built for the 1976 Olympic Games.
Topping off the cornucopia of tourist attractions is Montréal’s many restaurants. The influx of immigrants over the past couple of decades has given birth to a wide choice of ethnic eateries and this city is a foodie’s paradise! The global mix is augmented by the richness of the regional produce utilized by chefs who blend local and exotic ingredients with a flair and expertise that is typical of Canada’s city of style.
For more information : www.tourisme-montreal.org