Your Montreal vacation
From family vacations to last-minute romantic getaways, make Orbitz your first and only stop for Montreal vacations. You can customize your trip with flights, hotels and activities to match your travel plans and tastes. Sweeten the pot with extra savings when you book your flight and hotel together.
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Best time to take a vacation to Montreal
Best Time to Go
Montreal travel is ideal in early spring before humidity surges and between the months of September and November. For visitors who don’t mind fluctuating weather, however, the summertime provides some of the area’s most exciting festivals, including the jazz festival, to go along with those dynamic temperatures. Other travelers prefer visiting Montréal during fall months for one-of-a-kind glimpses at the foliage’s quickly changing colors. Old Montreal vacations are particularly charming in December, when the Christmas Markets at the International Traditional Christmas Village are erected. The Underground City protects visitors from cold and snow while they browse the mall’s many stores and diners with family or friends.
Insider tips for Montreal travel
Visit Saint-Catherine Street during the Jazz Festival for soul, jazz, African rhythms, blues, and world music.
Jacques Cartier Bridge
Enjoy the International Fireworks Festival at the Jacques Cartier Bridge on Wednesdays and Sundays, with prizes for the top competitors.
Sample the keystone food of any Montreal vacation, Poutine, a combination of French fries, cheese curd, and gravy.
Montreal Museum Pass
Take advantage of the Montreal Museum Pass providing visitors access to 32 of the city’s museums along with access to public transit.
Shop for food at outdoor stalls and Chinese supermarkets, much more affordable than chain supermarkets in Montreal.
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Montreal Vacation Packages
Historic property in downtown Montreal with green certificationLocated in downtown Montreal in walking distance to festivals and many sites, Le Square Phillips Hotel and Suites is situated in a historic building designed by architect Ernest Cormier. The eco-conscious... More
Sleek Montreal property with verdant, romantic terrace restaurantLocated in Old Montreal, the pet-friendly Le Saint-Sulpice Hotel Montreal is a luxury hotel with spacious guest suites, two with private terraces overlooking the historic neighborhood where it resides.... More
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Centrally located, renovated Montreal hotel with lap pool and spaNestled in to the heart of downtown Montreal, the recently renovated Le Centre Sheraton Montreal Hotel is the recipient of a 4 Green Keys award for its environmental program. Located one block from... More
At the heart of Montreal's Quartier des spectacles district, in an inspiring, modern, urban environment, ZERO 1 reinvents with casual chic the concept of the downtown hotel reflected in the design and comfort of its 164 rooms and suites. Cutting edge, relaxing, and close... More
A timeless emblem of the Montreal tourist landscape the Hotel Omni Mont-Royal strives to give guests an unforgettable experience infused with an authentic flair and a modern ethos plus a blend of warmth and comfort and elegance. The newly transformed 299 guest rooms and... More
Luxury Montreal hotel with on-site restaurant, spa and business centerThe elegant Le Nouvel Hotel and Spa is perched between the Old City of Montreal and Mount-Royal Park. The property features a salon, day spa, business and fitness centers, and an on-site Italian... More
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Centrally situated suite hotel in Montreal by top sitesThe Embassy Suites by Hilton Montreal is in Old Montreal, moments from the financial district, shopping, dining and the Port of Montreal. Highlights include a bar, fitness and business centers, a restaurant, and... More
Boutique Old Montreal hotel in 1840s building with rooftop terraceLocated in the heart of Old Montreal in a historic, 1840s-era building, the fully modernized Nelligan Hotel is located in the heart of Old Montreal in a historic, 1840s-era building. The property... More
Renovated, stylish 23-story hotel presiding over President KennedyCentral in location, the gracious Delta Montreal is near the galleries and shopping scene of rue Sainte-Catherine. An indoor pool and whirlpool, activity center for children and spa meet amenities such as... More
Free in-room computers and Wi-Fi access in downtown MontrealFans of the Montreal Canadiens can walk to a hockey game (or world-class concert) at Bell Centre from Hotel Espresso -- Montreal Downtown. Afterward, stroll down Crescent Street, a scene of popular nightclubs,... More
*Savings based on Flight + Hotel vacation package bookings of 5 or more nights with individual calculable components on www.orbitz.com from January 1, 2014 through June 30, 2014, as compared to price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates, and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages.
Montreal is one of Canada’s primary vacation spots, drawing the interest of visitors the world over because of its diverse culture, historical sites, traditional cuisine, and exiting nightlife. Montreal vacations are perfect for trips to Canada as this city is one of the country’s largest, boasting a cultural balance of nearby timeless landscapes and vibrant contemporary fare. Guided sightseeing tours are available throughout the city, along with Hop-on Hop-off Tours for travelers looking to write their own itinerary. Must-see destinations within the city include Little Italy’s bevy of restaurants and the Montreal Botanical Gardens.
Old Montreal is the city’s oldest neighborhood, boasting hundreds of restaurants, cafes, boutiques, and the Museum of Archaeology.
The Underground City is especially popular during cold months when visitors can explore this underground labyrinth of hotels, shopping malls, and restaurants in warmth.
Biodome de Montreal
The Biodome de Montreal displays four distinct ecosystems including the wilderness, tropical forests, as well as the St. Lawrence and polar ecosystems.
Festival International de Jazz
Montreal travel attractions include over 100 exciting festivals annually, the Festival International de Jazz in particular featuring over 350 musical performers.
Visitors on a Montréal vacation can climb Mount Royal to enjoy unbeatable views of the sprawling cityscape.
Notre-Dame de Montreal Basilica
The Notre-Dame de Montreal Basilica features one-of-a-kind carvings and stained glass windows.
St. Lawrence River
Montreal travel plans should always include an exploratory cruise of the St. Lawrence River aboard the one-and-only Bateau-Moouche.
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts features archaeological collections as well as permanent exhibits of Canadian artifacts.
Bonsecours Market, located in Vieux Montreal, features a bevy of shops selling inimitable local crafts.
Montmorency Falls, illuminated at night and dropping into the St. Lawrence River, is even steeper than Niagara Falls.