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Hotel Chrome Montreal

Hotel Chrome Montreal

3 out of 5
215 Boulevard René-Lévesque Est, Montreal, QC, H2X 1N7
The price is $97 per night from Sep 6 to Sep 7
Stay at this 3-star business-friendly aparthotel in Montreal. Enjoy free WiFi, breakfast, and onsite parking. Our guests praise the overall value in our reviews. ...
3.2/5 (1,531 reviews)
Alright place to stay
"We did get to the hotel early (1pm) and check in was at 4. Seeing as most people including ourselves were there for a festival I do think it would have been helpful to have an earlier check-in. We left our parents to check-in later and they had a harder time convincing the reception that they were ..."

Reviewed on Aug 2, 2022

Hotel Chrome Montreal
Beausejour Hôtel Appartements

Beausejour Hôtel Appartements

2.5 out of 5
440 Roy Avenue, Dorval, QC, H9S3E1
The price is $105 per night from Sep 9 to Sep 10
Stay at this aparthotel in Dorval. Enjoy free WiFi, free parking, and a fitness center. Our guests praise the helpful staff and the comfy beds in our reviews. ...
3.2/5 (2,274 reviews)
"Good place for a one or 2 days stay. Staff was very helpful"

Reviewed on Aug 1, 2022

Beausejour Hôtel Appartements
La Tour Belvedere Apartment Hotel

La Tour Belvedere Apartment Hotel

2.5 out of 5
2175 De Maisonneuve Blvd. West, Montreal, QC, H3H1L5
Stay at this business-friendly aparthotel in Montreal. Enjoy free WiFi, a rooftop terrace, and a fitness center. Our guests praise the comfy rooms and the overall ...
3.6/5 Good! (2,106 reviews)
"The room was advertised with a "queen bed" - what we actually got was a "double bed". The paint in the bathroom ceiling was starting to come off after our shower - they didn't use something specific for water / bathrooms. The railing on the balcony was pretty loose for being on the 15th floor. Overall ..."

Reviewed on Jul 12, 2022

La Tour Belvedere Apartment Hotel
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Flights to Montreal

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Montreal is a large, global city, attracting many visitors from Canada and around the world every year. International flights to Montreal will land at Dorval Airport, also known as Montreal's Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport. Bus routes from Dorval Airport are available on 24-hour and overnight schedules, running to major downtown stations and Metro lines. With the large volume of flights to Montreal coming in from the United States, Dorval has implemented a separate U.S. Pre-clearance Terminal in the international arrivals department. Rail shuttles also operate between the airport and the downtown core, allowing passengers arriving from the Montreal flights to travel to their downtown destinations quickly and easily. A Marriott Hotel is attached to the airports near the U.S. departures terminal.

Montreal Weather

Seasons change drastically in Montreal. December is the best time to catch all of the city's holiday festivities and beautiful decorations. Winters are especially cold throughout mid-January and February, when temperatures can fall below -30C, so make room for a parka and warm boots. The streets are filled with slush around March and April, and the spring is very rainy. The best time to book flights to Montreal is between June and October, when temperatures will range from around 14C to 30C, and the streets are filled with entertainment and curious locals and tourists. Montreal's autumn season is also especially beautiful.

Getting Around Montreal

Montreal is famous for its extensive Metro system, connecting the city center with the outlying metropolitan districts and the vast suburbs. It is possible to navigate great parts of the city entirely underground, passing through its indoor malls and extensive networks of halls. There are also many buses and taxis that service all of the major tourist, business, and university districts, as well as the residential areas. Driving in Montreal can be confusing in the city, and the Metro is the best choice for tourists. Cyclists will love Montreal for the famous network of segregated bicycle lines. Walking is very enjoyable in the downtown area, and there are many parks and streets built especially for pedestrians. St. Helene's Island is connected via the Jacques-Cartier Bridge, which is accessed by cars, cyclists, pedestrians, or public transit.

Montreal Attractions
  • Discover historic architecture along cobblestone boulevards connecting galleries, restaurants, and busker-haven Place Jacques-Cartier in Old Montreal.
  • Stroll through the Le Plateau eccentric boutique shopping and restaurant district, lined with beautiful Victorian row-houses, or Experience a ballet, opera, or theater performance at the Place des Arts central art district.
  • Take a summer day-trip to La Ronde amusement park on the island of St. Helene, wander through the scenic Parc Jean Drapeau, and discover the biosphere museum.
  • Climb to the summit of Mont Royal to overlook the Montreal skyline, lounge around Beaver Lake, or join the beloved Sunday tam-tam jams.
  • Explore Canada's largest Chinatown, filled with eclectic gift shops and delicious restaurants. Take your downtown shopping underground at the Underground City, with many brand-name boutiques, food courts, and services that are conveniently close to the Metro lines.

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