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If you are looking for something other than the ordinary run-of-the-mill sightseeing tours, then consider the Old Montreal Ghost Trail. A historical mystery tour set in Montreal's French colonial days, the tour includes some of the city's most famous ghosts. Other tours include the New France Ghost Hunt and Montreal's Historical Crime Scenes. Tours are in both English and French.
Le Saint-Sulpice Hotel is a chic hotel located in Old Montreal. The hotel offers an array of luxurious suites that make it the perfect destination for a romantic getaway or a relaxed family vacation. It's the extra touches like luxury toiletries from French beauty brand L'Occitane en Provence, soft bathrobes, plush bedding and Ipod docks that elevate the experience here. In-room spa treatments and massages are ideal to unwind after a hectic day. The award-winning restaurant, Sinclaire ensures a great culinary experience for culinary enthusiasts and in-suite fire-side dining is available on request. The family-friendly hotel also offers childcare services on request. For a pampering stay in the heart of the Old Town, Le Saint-Sulpice Hotel is a superb choice.
Montréal Science Centre is a science and technology center that has quickly become one of the Old Port's biggest attractions. Along with the IMAX theater, there are a number of major permanent exhibitions including the world's first electricity-to-water and water-to-wind transformers, and various temporary exhibitions which anchor the museum. Experience science in a whole new way as the hands-on and interactive exhibits open your eyes to new wonders, and teach you a lesson or two about how science functions in our daily life. Helping children and adults translate text book knowledge in to reality, Montréal Science Centre is not just an attraction, but also an invaluable educational resource. The food court is on site and will keep you fueled as you uncover the mysteries of science.
Hotel Nelligan is the perfect place to start getting intimately acquainted with the charms of Old Montreal. Occupying two lovely adjoining 19th-century buildings, rooms in this charming hotel come with fireplaces, exposed stone and brick walls, luxurious, modern furnishings, and all the modern amenities one would expect from any urban hotel. With such nearby sights as the Pointe-à-Callière Museum of Archaeology & History and the Basilica Notre-Dame de Montréal, the rest of Montreal is just a short walk away. Take a romantic weekend, or spend a few fun nights with friends, and book the affordable rooms in Hotel Nelligan. For more information, check website or call toll free at +1877 788 2040.
Set in the heart of Old Montreal, within walking distance to a variety of attractions and Place d'Armes metro, this hotel offers free WiFi, relaxing spa services and gourmet dining options. The guestrooms and suites at Le Place d'Armes Hotel & Suites feature luxuries such as down duvets, cosy bathrobes and well-stocked minibars. Guests can work out in the fully equipped fitness centre or relax with a massage in the full-service Rainspa. Kyo Bar Japonais serves refined, Japanese comfort food and a selection of Japanese spirits. Guests can sip on a summer cocktail with lunch and dinner on the seasonal rooftop Terrasse 701 or enjoy a creative martini in the elegant Suite 701 Lounge.
Built on the site where the city's founders first landed, this history and archaeology museum opened exactly 350 years after the event, in 1992. Pointe-à-Callière Museum stands on the remains of original historical buildings, and parts of the old fortification walls are on display. It features a multimedia show and an underground archaeological tour, along with various temporary exhibits. Highlights include the triangular Éperon Building, the former Customs House, and Place Royale. Kids will especially enjoy learning first hand what it means to be an archaeologist in a fun engaging manner with the engaging Archaeo-Adventure Exhibition, while the Pirates or Privateers exhibition will thrill them as they learn about life on the High-seas. With plenty of events and activities, the museum is a true cultural hub in the city.
Ideally situated near Old Montreal and the city's downtown core, this hotel offers comfortable guestrooms and suites within walking distance of the Financial District, Port of Montreal and more. A microwave and refrigerator are offered in each room, as well as WiFi access. Most rooms and suites also boast jetted tubs with upgraded bath amenities. Wake up to a free, cooked-to-order breakfast featuring omelets and more. Guests will also enjoy a beverage at the evening Manager's Reception. The hotel's on-site restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner in a casual atmosphere. All guests will also receive 2 coupons for complimentary drinks and snacks. Embassy Suites Montreal is just steps away from shops, restaurants and vibrant nightlife. Nearby attractions include the Bell Centre, Botanical Garden & Insectarium and the Casino de Montreal.
Thought of as one of Montreal's best business hotels, the Delta provides private-access "Business Zone" rooms. The facility is situated in an upscale shopping, club and restaurant area, with the McGill University campus and Mount Royal nearby. Business Zone amenities include rooms with balconies, voice mail, modem outlets and complimentary coffee for working into the wee hours. Computer, fax, laser printer and a cordless telephone are standard in the Executive Business Centre. Signature Club programs include private access to the Executive Floor guestrooms with private lounge.
Educa Jeux focuses majorly on the education, development and growth of children. Hence, they have games and toys that help children and also inspire them to use their imagination and creativity. In the store, you'll find educational books and games which facilitate understanding and foster interest. There are engaging tools and toys, too, like materials for craft, painting, coloring books, and more. Many interesting puzzles are also available. The super-friendly staff are knowledgeable and are always ready to help guide you.
Located inside the towering 1000 de la Gauchetière, Atrium Le 1000 Gauchetière is a spectacular skating rink ideal for a fun day with your little ones. Open throughout the year, this is one place where you can cool off and swirl on ice while sharing lighter moments with loved ones. Classes are available for those who are a bit reluctant to strap on those ice skates. If you get hungry after all the skating fun, there is a food court on site to take care of your appetite. Atrium Le 1000 Gauchetière is a definite must see for those in the city with kids or for those who love ice skating.
Biosphere museum and exhibition hall is dedicated to raising environmental and ecological awareness among its visitors. Housed in the world's largest geodesic dome, which is one of few remaining structures from the Expo's, it offers four levels of guided discovery. The bottom level examines water as both Source of Life and Source of Delight, the Connections Hall showcases multimedia presentations focusing on environmental protection, and the Visions Hall affords an incredible view of Montreal.
Set on the Saint Lawrence River where the dome of the Montreal Biosphere forms an arresting backdrop, the Parc Jean-Drapeau is a wonderful hub of culture and entertainment. This urban recreational park straddles two islands – the Saint Helen's Island and the man-made Notre Dame Island - which were bases for the Expo 67 World's Fair. Come summer, the park comes alive with a flurry of activities brought about by the major attractions that dot its vast, picturesque stretch, from La Ronde and Montreal Casino, to Fort de l'Île Sainte-Hélène and the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve. Its summery sprawl also invites droves of tourists who congregate here for the vibrant streak of festivals that are held year-long.