St-Paul Street

(Between Bonsecours and McGill)

Located in Old Montreal, Saint-Paul  street is one of the oldest (1673) and most picturesque streets of the city.  Its old buildings host countless stores, art galleries and souvenir shops. Housed in the Marché Bonsecours, you will find the Boutique des métiers d’art du Québec; A hub for local artists and artisans.

A 5 min. walk from the hotel.

Ste-Catherine Street

(Between Bishop and Aylmer)

The very busy and colorful Sainte-Catherine  is probably the most popular street for shopping in Montreal. It offers 1200 shops on an 11 km stretch. You will find all the big brands such as Gap, H&M, Zara and much more.

A 20 min. walk from the Hotel.

Bus line: 15 Sainte-Catherine

Metro stations: McGill, Peel (green line)

St-Denis Street

(Between Mont-Royal and Roy)

Saint-Denis  street is known for its eclectic boutiques, Quebec designers’ fashion stores and inviting coffee shops. It’s the ideal spot to find a nice souvenir or just have a drink on a terrace.

A short taxi drive from the hotel.

Bus lines: 30 St-Denis/St-Hubert, 427 Express St-Joseph, 361 St-Denis

Metro stations: Mont-Royal, Sherbrooke (orange line)

St-Laurent Boulevard

(Between Prince-Arthur and Rachel)

Famous yet unusual destination, you will find absolutely everything on “the Main”; a hodge-podge of thrift shops, ethnic markets and classy stores. A vibrant alternative to the big names of Ste-Catherine street.

A short taxi drive from the hotel.

Bus lines: 55 Boul. St-Laurent, 363 Boul. St-Laurent

Sherbrooke Street

(Between Guy and De la Montagne)

A major artery for luxury shopping.  Elegant and refined, Sherbrooke street offers you sumptuous boutiques such as Dior, Tiffany & Co, Holt Renfrew and Hermes.  You might want to leave your credit card at the hotel…

A short taxi drive from the hotel.

Bus lines: 24 Sherbrooke, 356 Lachine/Montréal-Trudeau/Des Sources

Metro station: Guy-Concordia (green line)

Montreal souterrain

The Montreal underground

You cannot visit Montréal  and not experience the one-of-a-kind Montreal underground.  A maze of 1500 shops of all kinds, ranging from shabby to chic. It’s the largest underground complex in the world. A safe and original alternative on a rainy day.

For the RESO map, click here.