A Superb Location
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Experience the Best of Montréal
Nestled in the Quartier des Spectacles in Downtown Montreal, Hôtel Saint-Laurent Montréal boasts a prime location that puts you right in the heart of the city's cultural scene. The Quartier is home to the largest variety of cultural venues in North America, and you'll find yourself within easy reach of all the action. Whether you're looking for a day full of cultural activities or just want to enjoy some of the city's top attractions, you won't be disappointed. From Chinatown and the Old Port of Montreal to the Place des Arts, Contemporary Art Museum, and St. Catherine Street Shopping, everything is just a short walk away. If you're looking to explore a little further, a five-minute drive will take you to the Notre-Dame Basilica of Montreal, The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, and the Metropolis entertainment venue. And if you're here for business, you'll be pleased to know that Montreal's top business headquarters are just a stone's throw away.
Explore the nature, culture and history of Mount Royal. Known simply as “the mountain” to locals, it is a 4-season playground great for walking, cycling, boating, skating, skiing, tobogganing and much more.
Full of fascinating history and contrasts, Old Montréal has dazzled visitors for centuries. It features everything from timeless architecture to modern design shops, avant garde restaurants and riverside pathways.
The Biodome is an oasis in the heart of the city offering a sensorial, immersive journey through the ecosystems found throughout the Americas. It’s a unique way to experience nature and have fun.
The beautiful Notre-Dame Basilica of Montréal is a symbol of the city and its storied history, offering self-guided tours in which you are invited to explore 24 points of interest, as well as unique events like the Aura experience.
The largest observation wheel in Canada, La Grande Roue de Montréal offers a panoramic 60-metre view. It’s a unique activity with temperature-controlled gondolas in the picturesque Old Montréal.
The chance to enjoy glorious light in the winter, Luminothérapie is composed of luminous and interactive works displayed in a colourful series of installations along with video production and sound.
With an illuminated recreational rink, you can skate to the sounds of music at Parc La Fontaine. The rink is located on the pond alongside Avenue du Parc-La Fontaine.
Newly opened in winter of 2022, the Esplanade Tranquille skating rink is the perfect place to make the most of winter. Bring your own skates, or use the on-site rental service.
The Jardin Botanique de Montréal presents a remarkably diverse array of plants to visitors in all seasons, spanning 75 hectares. You can explore its beauty throughout approximately twenty outdoor gardens and 10 greenhouses.
A fun way to celebrate typical Québec traditions, the Cabane Panache is a Maple Music Festival held annually in March. It features festive decor, spontaneous programmation, food, beer and more.
Held every year in February, the Nuit Blanche attracts thousands of night owls. From dusk until dawn, the city stays open with indoor and outdoor events and entertainment. It showcases Montréal in a whole new light.
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Spacious suites enhanced by services and amenities to make you feel at home – all wrapped up in a perfect location for exploring Montréal.
Things to See and Do
A city rich in art, history, and, culture, Montréal boasts countless unique attractions, from historic landmarks to modern marvels, all waiting to be explored in the midst of our stunning natural surroundings.
"The staff is very friendly and the hotel is very clean. We stayed in the room with the kitchen suites, beautiful. We highly recommend and will stay here again."