Rich in culture and packed with fun - your taste of Europe in North America.
How I See Montreal
Filled with beautiful contrasts, Montreal is the largest French-speaking city in North America. Each area has its own distinct flavor and vibe. From festivals to seasonal installations to pop-ups and events, you'll want to come back to discover more.
Know Before You Go
Indulge with a G&T&P at Bartizen, our concept bar where local gins are mixed with upscale tonics and enhance with craft perfumes.
Talk Like a Local
Learn the slang from the city.
This slang is an equivalent of "All good" and is mostly used at the end of a conversation. It's pronounced like "Teegeedoo"
Tigidou! See you later.
Neighborhoods to Explore
The high-rise modernism of downtown meets the 17th-century buildings of the Old Port. Our underground city allows us to get through the cold winters, while the warm summers lead us to the nicest rooftop terraces.
1. Old Montreal
Discover some of the nicest art galleries, fine dining restaurants and VIP clubs in this 1642 European setting.
Escape to the newest area of Montreal that keeps on getting cooler, with original independent boutiques, hidden bars and gems, opened by our very own millennials.
3. Mile End
Home to many Montreal artists and filmmakers, this creative area is known for two famous bagel joints; Fairmount and St-Viateur.
4. Quartier des Spectacles
Concert venues, outdoor festivals, comedy shows, digital art displays, and much more, immerse in the city’s cultural heart.
901 Rue du Square-Victoria
4301 St-Denis St
Reconnect with your inner child at HideSeek, a colorful and immersive experience that will make your IG game on fleek. Rediscover the carefree spirit of childhood play, as you explore 12 multi-dimensional rooms, each embodying a world of lingering nostalgic bliss.
176 Saint Viateur West St
Montreal now have its very own gastronomic dessert bar. Expect an impressive wine card, decadent sweets and a charming decor.
115 Ste-Catherine E
The least we can say is that Mado Lamotte is a local celebrity and that her drag queen bar remains, years after years, a Montreal classic. She is the reason why Montreal’s village has been on the map for the past 20 years.
1490 Sherbrooke W
Discover the new kid on the block, a contemporary art gallery located in the chic Golden Square Mile. Surrounded by museums, galleries, and auction houses, Galerie Robertson Arès exhibits its show-stopping aesthetic in good company.
1744 Rue William
Sweat to good beats and get a perky behind with Hot Booty Ballet, a new dynamic training created by local instructor Suaad Ghadban.
Spotted in Montreal
Summer swimwear to winter digs, Milk & Bone slow jams to Miike Snow beats–W Montreal's redesign party does a double take.
1380 Rue Sherbrooke O
Don’t miss a visit to Canada’s largest museum. Located on Montreal’s historic Golden Square Mile, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts is home to over 41,000 works of art.
185 Rue Ste-Catherine O
This contemporary art museum features both visual and performing arts. The collection includes over 7,000 pieces of art by more than 1,500 artists.
22 Chemin Macdonald, Île Sainte-Hélène
If you’re coming between May and October, electrify your visit with a day at Quebec’s largest amusement park featuring ten roller coasters and tons of other rides for thrill-seekers.
901 Square Victoria
Check out the revolutionary new dining concept that offers an exciting art gallery, DJ-designed soundtracks, and perfectly prepared food and drink, all right there in the W Montreal.