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What to do in Montréal?

Tourist activities for everyone

Montréal and its region offer a multitude of activities for travellers. History and culture enthusiasts can explore the city on foot, visiting museums, cafes, and festivals. Nature lovers, on the other hand, can enjoy the Parc National des Îles-de-Boucherville. Discover our team's recommendations for things to do in Montreal. 

A day on the slopes

A sporting winter break

Ideally located between the Montérégie, Greater Montreal and the Laurentians, our establishment allows ski enthusiasts to reach several slopes. Enjoy the Quebec winter easily and hit the cross-country ski trails in just 6 minutes or descend the first downhill ski slopes after a 17-minute drive. 

Parc Sépaq des Îles-de-Boucherville

Activities for all seasons

The Îles-de-Boucherville are home to many species to discover. In winter, travellers can go cross-country skiing or snowshoeing. In summer, they can cycle, walk or canoe in search of white-tailed deer, birds and fish

Explore Montreal from top to bottom

Our 5 must-sees

Located just 2 minutes away from Montreal, our hotel allows travellers to discover the city peacefully. Between exploring the old town, entertainment, shows, museums and green spaces in the heart of the city, you won't have time to get bored. Find out more about our recommended activities. 

Delight in year-round festivals

Events for all

Between music, gourmet, arts, culture and sports festivals, Montreal definitely rhymes with festival. All year round, travellers can enjoy indoor or outdoor events, most of which offer free performances across the city. During your stay in our accommodation, discover them for a lively stay. 

Have fun at La Ronde amusement park

A sensational experience

One of the top activities to do during a stay in the region is to go to Île Sainte-Hélène for a day of guaranteed fun. The La Ronde amusement park offers thrill-seekers a range of adrenalin-pumping attractions. Fireworks are also set off from the park throughout the summer as part of the Festival International des Feux Loto-Québec. Easily accessible, a day in the park will fill your eyes.