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Montreal Vacation Packages

Mark Twain loved Montreal. Journeying here in 1881, the city’s high society and unique French-Canadian fusion were not lost on this American icon. "My sojourn has been to my moral and intellectual profit," he stated—as will yours, when you have a holiday package in Montreal reserved and ready. You do not have to be a renowned author, artist, or culinary critic to fall in love with Canada’s center of commerce and culture however, you may find yourself turned into one before you leave. There are secrets and hidden adventures around every cobblestoned corner, delighting all who visit.

Major Montreal Attractions

Montreal vacations are filled with history and charm. In Old Montreal, the streets practically whisper to you with stories of a rugged settlement turned cosmopolitan mecca.

  • Notre-Dame Basilica: This Gothic Revival church is among the city’s most stunning architecture. Don’t miss a tour of the inside, with its azure blue ceiling covered in golden stars.
  • Marché Bonsecours: This hundred-year-old public market is much more than a colorful showcase of the best local art and cuisine. Its domed, Renaissance Revival building is a National Historic Site of Canada.

When you have had your fill of history and beautiful buildings, make your way over to the modern side of the city: The Golden Square Mile.

  • Musée des Beaux-Arts: Montreal’s Museum of Fine Arts is one of the best museums in Canada. The diverse collection includes classical artists like Rembrandt, Frank Gehry–designed furniture, and contemporary Canadian masterpieces.
  • Les Cours Mont-Royal: As you would in the European cities that Montreal evokes, you know that you simply must shop here—and this is the place to fulfill your fashion fantasies.

Hotels in Montreal

With its European atmosphere and vibrant shopping, dining, and nightlife scene, downtown Montreal is often the first choice for discerning guests like yourself. We offer accommodation of all sorts that you can book with vacation packages in Montreal read on for a few of our favorites:

  • Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth is one of the most centrally located places in town, just steps from Central Station and connected to the famous Underground City. This upscale, four-star hotel has the advantages of a large hotel, like a spa, indoor pool, and fitness center, but with the personal touches that make it feel like a home away from home.
  • L'Appartement Hotel will also give you that homey feeling, as its rooms come with refrigerators and stovetops, private balconies, and complimentary Wi-Fi. There is even breakfast included, if you do not want to fire up that stovetop in the morning. Place des Arts is just a block north, while the fine dining of downtown is several blocks south.
  • Hotel Omni Mont-Royal is right in the middle of it all as well. You can easily carry all of your finds back from a day spent shopping in the luxury boutiques of Les Cours Mont-Royal, and it is on the subway line running to Musée McCord and the Place des Arts. Pillowtop beds and rainfall showerheads are sure to calm you after a busy day on the town.
  • Nearby Loews Hotel Vogue is quite relaxing as well, with its jetted bathtubs and 24-hour room service. Plan your day with the free Wi-Fi—surely your plans will include a stroll over the Musée des Beaux-Arts and a meal at the hotel’s French-contemporary bistro.

Festivals and Events

There is so much on offer in the "City of Saints," you may not have considered how you can enhance your trip even further. But, traveler, you can. Inquire about Montreal package deals during a popular event or festival, and you’ll get a sample of the local life, along with the main attractions. Summer doesn’t just bring warm, sunny days and lively downtown nights—it also brings numerous events, from the Montreal Jazz Festival to the International Fireworks Competition. Yes, it is an entire month of fireworks displays, sure to quite literally dazzle you. Of course, Montrealers don’t hide in the wintertime. Take full advantage of winter vacations in Montreal at Igloofest and Fete des Neiges (Snow Festival).

It’s time to dream of your next holiday. Explore Travelocity’s offerings and discover your perfect bundle of hotel and airfare. When you feel a smile coming on, you know you’ve found your ideal cheap vacation in Montreal. In this friendly city, you should prepare for many more smiles.

Tours and Activities in Montreal

Whether you want your next journey to be heart-pounding and electrifying or more peaceful and mellow, there's one thing for sure — you'll have a load of tales to tell after it's all over!

Flying off to Montreal? Keep yourself entertained with a 6-Day Tour of the Northeast, Quebec & Ontario to New York or a SpaFinder Gift Card while you're over there — we're sure you won't regret it!

Frequently asked questions

How much are vacation packages to Montreal?
$941 is all you’ll need for a memorable vacation in Montreal. Bundle your hotel and flights into a Travelocity vacation package and watch all the savings pile up. With prices this good, it’s never been easier to travel!
How long should my Montreal vacation be?
Many travelers like to spend roughly 3 nights in Montreal. But that’s not set in stone. Whether you prefer to stay for a few days or a few weeks, you’ll enjoy discovering all the fantastic things that this place has to offer.
Where can I get the best vacation package deals for Montreal?
No matter what you enjoy doing, Travelocity can help you score the best Montreal package deal. All you need to do is select a combination from our 400 airlines and 1,000,000 properties across the globe.
Why should I book my Montreal vacation package via Travelocity?
With exceptional service, support available 24/7 and some of the most incredible escapes around, you’ll never roam alone. And if you find a better price, we’ll match it. That’s our Price Match Guarantee.
Can I save on my Montreal car rental if I book it with my hotel or flight?
You certainly can — bundle your flight, car and hotel into a Montreal vacation package and you can save plenty. With so much to discover in Montreal, that rental car will make exploring easy. Once you’ve buckled yourself in, crank up the music and cruise toward Parliament Hill, a renowned attraction approximately 100 mi from Montreal.
What is the best time of year to go to Montreal?
Head off in and spend more money on exciting experiences, rather than your hotel. This is the most inexpensive month to arrange your stay. Prices are at their highest in , so avoid this time if you’re hoping to save. June, July and August is the busiest period in Montreal. You’ll need to book early and be willing to pay premium rates. December, January and February are the least popular months to visit.
Which airport is best for Montreal?
A trip to Montreal will see you landing at Pierre Elliott Trudeau Intl. Airport (YUL). It’s roughly 9 mi west of the downtown area.
What is there to do in Montreal?
Montreal is overflowing with places to explore, like Notre Dame Basilica and Saint Josephs Oratory. These well-known attractions are at the top of most tourists’ itineraries.
Where should I stay when visiting Montreal?
The Best Western Plus Montreal Downtown is the first choice of many travelers. Book now to avoid missing out.

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