Montreal – 72 hours in style
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Day 1: Montreal for 3 nights
Meet and greet private transfer from airport to hotel
Accommodation at Hotel Ritz Carlton*****
This luxury hotel in Montreal city centre features contemporary French cuisine at the on-site Maison Boulud. All rooms feature a flat-screen TV. A variety of galleries and boutiques are within 5 minutes’ walk and a saltwater pool is located on site.
The spacious rooms at The Ritz-Carlton Montreal feature a marble bathroom with heated floors and 19-inch flat-screen TV. Asprey bath products are provided. Rooms include a digital control of lights and curtains, as well as automatic toilets. Free WiFi, a minibar and flat-screen TV in the bedroom are also included.
A fitness centre is available at The Ritz-Carlton, along with in-room massages. A business centre, 24-hour concierge service and client accompaniment service are also offered.
Guests can dine in the garden of Le Jardin during summer months. Cocktails and snacks are available in The Ritz Bar.
Dinner reservation at Maison Boulud
An exquisite meal in an upscale Montreal restaurant awaits you at Maison Boulud from 3-Michelin star Chef Daniel Boulud. Dishes, created in the open kitchen, are steeped in French culinary tradition with a focus on local Quebec products.
Beyond the Bagel private walking tour
Renowned worldwide for its unique take on Jewish cuisine, Montreal is the birthplace of countless Jewish foods, both iconic and overlooked. Experience the rich and delicious Jewish food culture of Montreal’s Mile End and Plateau neighbourhoods by visiting decades-old food institutions alongside new businesses that are revitalizing the city’s food scene. We’ll also travel to backyards and alleyways to uncover this city’s hidden Jewish food history and taste nearly forgotten delicacies. And of course you’ll get to feast on the classics like smoked meat and bagels, so make sure to bring a healthy appetite!
Duration 4 hours
2 hour private classic tour of Old Montreal
Travel through time in Old Montréal by visiting Place d’Armes, the Old Port as well as City Hall and the Bonsecours Market.
A visit inside the incredible Notre-Dame Basilica can also be included upon your request ($).
Admire the modern architecture of the new Quartier international.
2 hour Scandinavian spa and 1 hour massage at Bota Bota, a spa floating on the St Lawrence River
This is a unique place perpetually anchored on the eastern side of the Old Port near Rue McGill, catch incredible views of the port, Old Montreal, and surrounding waterfront as you move through Bota Bota’s water circuit.
Massage, body care treatments, facials, mani-pedis, and an on-site restaurant serving dishes such as salmon tartare, roasted quail, and braised beef round out the spa services.
Cathedral of Light
Light unveils the richness of the Notre-Dame Basilica’s heritage and invites us to celebrate its beauty.
The experience begins with a path of lights, revealing the Basilica’s wealth of exquisite works. A progressive immersion into a sonically and visually captivating universe guides visitors to the heart of Notre-Dame.
Then, light, orchestral music and grandiose architecture combine to create a unique, three-act multimedia spectacle.
Dinner reservation at Restaurant Beba
A family owned restaurant, two brothers offering an Argentinian cuisine, inspired by Italy and Spain and using the best ingredients that Quebec has to offer. The menu changes constantly, following the seasons, and is always made up of about ten plates (plus a couple of desserts), and a couple of specials. Their empanadas are becoming famous, as well as their Flan with dulce de leche. The wine list is a delight for wine connoisseurs, emphasizing natural, organic, small-producer wines with many reasonably priced options by the glass
Private walking Tour Montreal’s Underground City
Visit of Sainte-Catherine St. , the department stores street (backbone of Montreal), the Financial District, the Museum of Fine Arts and the Art Galleries area, the heart of the Golden Square Mile, its squares and urban parks, its underground city which is the most important in the world. The tour will be both outdoors and indoors, using the underground city passageways.
Rest of the afternoon at leisure to visit The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
In 2017 it became the 18th largest museum in North America, with the opening of a new pavilion. Temporary exhibits have included shows on the musical symbolism in works by Marc Chagall and the fashion designs of Jean Paul Gaultier.
Dinner reservation at Montreal Plaza
This is a contemporary brasserie where Massimo Bottura likes to eat when he is in Montreal.
The concept is small plates intended to be shared. It can be noisy but still it is worth it!
Private transfer from hotel to Montreal airport
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