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What to do in Montreal ?

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Montreal Tourism

Incredibly effervescent and irresistibly bucolic, the island of Montreal echoes all the passions of its past and present. Thirsty for urban adventures or gourmet culture? Come and explore and be satisfied! Montrealers take pleasure very seriously. It is a way of life and a philosophy that is truly embraced. Montrealers have an innate sense of celebration and like to share this celebratory feeling with their guests.

Montreal perfectly harmonizes European charm and North American eclecticism. Designated by UNESCO as a city of design and artistic and intellectual center in the province of Quebec, it vibrates to the rhythms and colors of Montrealers.

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Bell Center

Just steps away!

L’Auberge Les Bons Matins is adjacent to the Bell Center, via the Lucien-L'Allier metro entrance, by a glass covered walkway which leads you in less than 4 minutes on foot.

Home of the Montreal Canadiens, the Bell Center is the largest amphitheater in the National Hockey League, and is the largest hockey arena in North America and the world. According to Pollstar magazine, the Center is Bell is the most visited arena in North America for cultural and artistic events.

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Destination Downtown

The Downtown Business Development Corporation (SDC) is an organization that brings together more than 8,000 businesses located between Atwater Avenue and Saint-Urbain Street and between Sherbrooke Street and Saint-Antoine Street. Founded in 1999, it is the largest commercial development corporation of its kind in Canada.

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The Crescent Street experience

L’Auberge Les Bons Matins is located one block from the famous Crescent Street, one of the most cosmopolitan and inspired places in the city. With its hip restaurants and a vibrant nightlife, it is recognized as one of the city's most pleasant and vibrant streets. For tourists and locals alike, Crescent Street, which runs from Sherbrooke Street to René-Lévesque Boulevard, is in the heart of Montreal's vibrant life with its electrifying nightlife and world-class events.

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Griffintown, a neighborhood more alive than ever!

Situated just 2 blocks south of L’Auberge Les Bons Matins, the Griffintown district never ceases to surprise and seduce. Rejuvenated, reinvented, bursting with life, this charming and vibrant neighborhood, one of the oldest in Montreal, is also one of the liveliest. It is full of hip restaurants, cafes, tea rooms, art galleries, antique shops and residential projects.

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The Museum Quarter

The Quartier du Musée is located near L'Auberge Les Bons Matins, just 3 blocks to the north and is of course named after the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. However, it is clear to see that with its beautiful bourgeois facades of the townhouses and the rich architecture of each of its streets, that the entire neighborhood is in "museum" style. Elegant and refined, this area of ​​the city owes its unique atmosphere to a pleasant blend of French elegance and Anglo-Saxon charm. Art is in abundance and is the focus of this beautiful Quartier, offering over a hundred shops and art galleries for your enjoyment.

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Golden Square Mile

L’Auberge Les Bons Matins is located a few blocks south of the Golden Square Mile, which is shaped by its history. Sherbrooke, Peel and Mackay streets, among others, commemorate the names of the neighborhood's founding families, as well as the preserved architecture of the McGill campus and other buildings in the neighborhood. The McCord Museum houses collections of photographs, objects and important archives. So many witnesses to the rich history of the Golden Square Mile and the city in general.

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Quartier des spectacles

From L'Auberge les Bons Matins, you can reach the entertainment district in just 20 minutes on foot or in 5 minutes by metro. The Quartier des spectacles offers an exciting world renowned experience of events, concerts and festivals, and is located in downtown Montreal. It is the cultural heart of the metropolis. A popular cultural and entertainment destination, this is the place in North America where we find the highest concentration and the greatest diversity of cultural venues.

No matter the season, day and night, Montrealers and visitors flock here, seduced and fascinated by its 40 festivals and its 8 public squares. A must visit!


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