Downtown Montreal Attractions near our hotel

The Best Location in Montreal

Our hotel is conveniently situated in an affluent neighborhood on the upper west side of downtown Montreal, near many of our cities most popular attractions. From stunning museums and art galleries, to historic churches and architecture, our city is an amalgamation of the best in new-world culture and old-world history. If you’re looking for a vacation that encompasses both traditional and modern wonders, then Montreal is the city for you!

Attractions we recommend in Downtown Montreal

The museum district, perhaps the most attractive area of downtown Montreal, is home to the Musée des Beaux-Arts, the city’s most prestigious museum, situated at the corner of rue Sherbrooke and Avenue du Musée. Visitors who want to enjoy window shopping or splurging in some of Montreal’s chic boutiques can take a stroll down Greene Avenue, located a few streets from our hotel in Westmount, or discover Les Cours Mont-Royal, in the heart of downtown. St-Laurent and St-Denis Streets are also a great shopping destination for visitors wanting to discover local fashion and artwork.

Looking for some great dining options near our downtown Montreal hotel? Looking for some great dining options near our downtown Montreal hotel? From a trip to India at Buffet Maharaja or a lunch in Italy at Geppeto’s pizzeria, the Montreal Downtown area has many great restaurants to offer. Weinstein & Gavinos, Nickels (Montreal’s TGIF), Spartan’s Rotissery, The Irish Embassy, Three Amigos and Baton Rouge offer a great atmosphere where visitors can unwind and enjoy a great meal. For a fine dining experience, Le Piment Rouge, Globe, Buonanotte, Ennio’s or Kaizen Sushi Bar and Restaurant are some of Montreal’s top picks.

Continuing east on Rue Sherbrooke, natural history aficionados can observe modern and prehistoric animals, rocks, crystals and precious stones at the Redpath Museum on the McGill University campus a popular tourist spot near our hotel. The McCord Museum, just east of the University’s Roddick Gates, boasts a permanent exhibition entitled “Simply Montreal.” This eclectic exhibit offers a glimpse of yesteryear, with a selection of First Nations’ (American Indian) objects, a collection of photographs, sports equipment, toys and magnificent gowns worn by the who’s who of Montreal.

Oscar Wilde once remarked that there are so many churches in Montreal that if you threw a rock in any direction you would probably break a church window. Some of the better known churches are Notre Dame Basilica, Saint Patrick’s Basilica, Christ Church Cathedral and Mary Queen of the World Cathedral (Cathédrale Marie-Reine-du-Monde), all located within a stone’s throw of each other and more or less within the downtown Montreal hotel area.

Christ Church Cathedral stands over Les Promenades de la Cathédrale, an attractive underground shopping complex linked to the Underground City. If the weather proves too inclement for an outdoor stroll, enjoy 30 kilometres (20 miles) of underground shopping and dining facilities. Every day, an estimated 500,000 people pass through this network, which links some 60 buildings and provides access to nearly 2000 retail outlets. What better way to conclude your busy day than by tasting the delicacies of Les Caprices de Nicolas? This restaurant serves specialties from the south of France and boasts an excellent wine list and is the perfect way to finish off your day taking in the sights near our Montreal accommodations.

Interested in Visiting these Attractions? Why not stay at The Residence Inn Montreal – Westmount?

Our hotel is the ideal headquarters for your next trip to the city. With many business travel options in Montreal , extended stay suites as well as some great amenities and guest services, we know that you’ll love your experience with us. Call our hotel staff today to check rates and availability.

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