Points of Interest near Our Hotel's Location near Old Montreal
Like most downtown Montreal hotels, we're close to many exciting Montreal points of interest. Be sure to make time in your itinerary to explore as many of these as time allows. You may choose to stay a few extra days just to see everything! After a restful night's sleep and a bite to eat at L'Entracte, you'll be energized to discover all that Montreal has to offer!
Home to the NHL Montreal Canadiens, the Bell Centre is a hockey haven and major entertainment events by Gillett Entertainment Group, and this facility is just minutes from our hotel. Cheer the Canadiens on to victory or catch a world-class concert at this newer, beautiful arena.
1260 Rue de la Gauchetiere Ouest
Underground City in Montreal
The largest underground complex in the world, and a shopper's dream, the underground city is a set of interconnected complexes both above and below ground in and around downtown Montreal. Twenty miles spread over more than 5 square miles of shopping malls, hotels, banks, offices, museums, universities and metro stations await. The underground city is the perfect way to escape the cold weather!
St. Catherine Street and Crescent Street
St. Catherine Street runs parallel to the largest segments of the underground city. This street contains the exciting pulse of Montreal with the city's most prominent department stores, countless major retailers, a primary concert venue and other cultural icons. Along with Crescent Street which boasts the most popular night-spots and trendy restaurants in Montreal.
The Casino de Montreal offers more than 3,200 slot machines, 120 gaming tables, four restaurants, four bars, a cabaret and meeting and banquet facilities. It is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week to patrons aged 18 and older.
1, avenue du Casino
514-392-2746 or 800.665.2274
Walk through replicas of four ecosystems found in the Americas at the Montreal Biodome. The building was originally constructed for the 1976 Olympic Games and this amazing exhibition that ranges from a tropical forest habitat to an Antarctic habitat was opened in 1992.
4777, avenue Pierre-De Coubertin
St. Joseph Oratory
This Roman Catholic basilica is a National Historic Site of Canada and took decades to build. This awe-inspiring structure dedicated to Saint Joseph has been visited by millions hoping to have their various ailments healed. There is a wall in the basilica covered by thousands of crutches from visitors. There is also a museum on the property.
3800 Queen Mary Road
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts is the city's largest museum and is home to countless incredible collections and astonishing exhibits.
Old Port of Montreal - Home of the Cirque du Soleil
Located in Old Montreal along the St. Lawrence River, the Old Port of Montreal has been the cultural soul of the city for centuries. Enjoy striking historical structures, the Montreal Science Centre, an IMAX theatre and riverfront access for invigorating outdoor activity.
La Ronde Amusement Park
La Ronde is the largest amusement park in Quebec and the second largest in Canada. The park is owned and operated by Six Flags and features incredible rollers coasters, other fabulous rides, restaurants and a Nintendo® sponsored video game center. La Ronde is a thrilling adventure for the entire family!
22, Chemin MacDonald
As you begin planning your visit, be sure to reserve your Montreal accommodations with Le Nouvel Hotel.