Montreal Gay and Lesbian Vacations

Divers/cite Montreal

Alexander Dunphy

Your gay Montréal vacation

Rainbow columns on the subway entrance to The Village might be your first clue that Montréal is one of the most friendly and inclusive cities in North America. The largest French-speaking city in the world after Paris, it's also Canada's second-largest metropolis. Montréal remains a beacon to the gay and lesbian community, who can't get enough of its creativity, not to mention free-spirited and fun-loving character.

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LGBT-welcoming Montreal hotels

From $153

Montreal Marriott Chateau Champlain

4 stars
4.1 / 5 80 reviews

Montreal, Quebec

Connected to a metro station, a VIA Rail Canada station and the Underground City, the 36-floor Montreal Marriott Chateau Champlain hotel is within walking distance to the Bell Centre. Features include an on-site Mediterranean restaurant with an open kitchen, a fitness center with indoor lap pool, steam room and jetted... More

From $80

Hotel St-Denis

2 stars
3.9 / 5 37 reviews

Montreal, Quebec

Save 15% on 4 or more night's stay!

The historic, 1920s-era Hotel St-Denis is at the crux of many major Montreal attractions. Featuring newly renovated, modern guest rooms and next to a restaurant specializing in Italian cuisine, it also houses a conference room accommodating up to 20 people. Situated in the Latin Quarter, the Hotel St-Denis is close to... More

From $138

Chateau Versailles

4 stars
4.0 / 5 128 reviews

Montreal, Quebec

Situated along the Golden Mile of downtown Montreal, the Victorian style Chateau Versailles is steps from fine shopping, dining and attractions. This 100 year old historic, sculpture-laden property -- complete with fitness room, sauna and business center -- has spacious meeting and banquet facilities as well as guest... More

From $151

Le Centre Sheraton Montreal Hotel

4 stars
4.2 / 5 71 reviews

Montreal, Quebec

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Nestled 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 Saint-Catherine Street, the property is outfitted with an indoor lap pool, whirlpool and sixth-floor fitness center, plus a... More

From $127

Auberge le Pomerol

3 stars
4.1 / 5 14 reviews

Montreal, Quebec

The hotel Le Pomerol with its ultra-design dcor filled with finesse and warmth is a real jewel of style and elegance. As you will pass our doors, calm and well-being will overtake you. Its 27 spacious rooms offer you the same great comfort with a different refined look in each of them. The hall offers its broad panels to... More

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LGBT Best in Stay Montreal hotels

From $127

Auberge le Pomerol

3 stars
4.1 / 5 14 reviews

Montreal, Quebec

The hotel Le Pomerol with its ultra-design dcor filled with finesse and warmth is a real jewel of style and elegance. As you will pass our doors, calm and well-being will overtake you. Its 27 spacious rooms offer you the same great comfort with a different refined look in each of them. The hall offers its broad panels to... More

From $210

W Montreal

4 stars
4.3 / 5 15 reviews

Montreal, Quebec

Save 30% on your stay

Located in the Banque du Canada building in the up-and-coming Quartier International District, the luxurious, super-stylish W Montreal was awarded Conde Nast Traveller UK's Best New Hotel award and a 2010 Fodor's Choice distinction. Amenities include a spa, Internet access throughout the hotel, an Acura escort service... More

From $194

Hotel St Paul

4 stars
4.0 / 5 15 reviews

Montreal, Quebec

Located at the gateway of Old Montreal, Hotel St-Paul is on McGill Street at the corner of St-Paul. Business and leisure guests will love the proximity to the Convention Center, World Trade Center, St-Catherine Street Shops, Old Montreal attractions, the Subway and all highways. A heritage building, beautifully restored,... More

From $187

Le Saint-Sulpice Hotel Montreal

4 stars
4.6 / 5 50 reviews

Montreal, Quebec

Located 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. Meanwhile, a flower-frocked terrace restaurant with fresh herb garden and bubbling fountains joins another sleek,... More

From $102

Gouverneur Montreal Hotel

4 stars
3.7 / 5 85 reviews

Montreal, Quebec

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Gouverneur Montreal Hotel is in the Latin Quarter, steps from Old Montreal and Saint-Denis Street, the site of festivals such as Just for Laughs. The hotel has some suites overlooking the Saint-Lawrence River, complimentary high-speed Internet access in all guest rooms, and amenities such as a lounge, an exercise... More

From $136

Delta Montreal

4 stars
4.0 / 5 183 reviews

Montreal, Quebec

Already discounted rate, non refundable

Central 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 squash courts, a day spa and angular,  fresh and modern guestrooms with expansive, floor- to-ceiling... More

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Departure Arrival Travel dates Round-trip
New York Montreal Tue, Sep 22 - Wed, Sep 23 $237
Los Angeles Montreal Tue, Oct 20 - Wed, Oct 21 $374
Fort Lauderdale Montreal Sat, Sep 19 - Sat, Oct 3 $283
Chicago Montreal Sat, Oct 17 - Wed, Oct 21 $283
Washington DC Montreal Sat, Sep 5 - Tue, Sep 8 $328
San Francisco Montreal Tue, Oct 20 - Sat, Oct 24 $378
Boston Montreal Sat, Sep 5 - Tue, Sep 8 $294
Newark Montreal Tue, Sep 22 - Tue, Sep 29 $238
Orlando Montreal Thu, Sep 3 - Thu, Sep 17 $260
Toronto Montreal Thu, Sep 3 - Fri, Sep 4 $159
Dallas Montreal Thu, Sep 17 - Tue, Sep 22 $442
Denver Montreal Tue, Oct 20 - Tue, Oct 27 $403
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  • Strolling Sainte-Catherine Street

    Busy Sainte-Catherine Street is the epicenter of much of the action, and its fashion and specialty boutiques, restaurants as well as multi-storied bars and clubs are frequented by an easy-going assortment of out-of-towners and natives. You'll see all manner of shoppers, strollers, diners, and cocktail-sipping terrace-sitters here, especially in warmer weather.

    LGBT nightlife

    The nightlife scene is also legendary, pumping into the wee hours with an excellent selection of bars and clubs as well as fun cabaret-drag shows (a must-see is local favorite Mado and her outrageous antics).

    Exploring Montréal

    Architecturally magnificent Old Montréal has cafés, restaurants and boutiques to suit any traveler's tastes, and the leafy, hillside Parc La Fontaine is a favorite of gay sunbathers soaking up the summer and views.

    A rainbow of events

    Divers/Cité, an LGBT festival as in July focuses on the performing arts and community, followed by Célébrations LGBTA's colorful pride parade in August. October's Black & Blue Festival circuit party returned to its traditional venue at the gargantuan, futuristic Olympic Stadium in 2011. Smaller but just as hopping parties include the New Year's Eve Bal des Boys, the Red Party for Valentine's Day, the Bal en Blanc (White Party) for Easter, and the Hot and Dry in May.

  • Visit during high season

    This may go against the grain of most travel advice, but Montreal is truly at its best in summer, from May through September, when the city erupts with sunshine, joy and tons of gay parties and festivals. Be sure to book your hotel early!

    Bon appétit!

    Montreal has more restaurants per capita than anywhere else in North America. Local favorites include smoked meat and bagels, while world influences run the gamut from sushi bars to Parisian-styled bistros, not to mention Middle Eastern cafés and Moroccan eateries. Be sure to try the local favorite poutine, a dish of French fries and fresh cheese curds.

    The Quebecois dialect can differ from traditional French

    You may be proud of your high school French, but understanding the quirks of the Quebecois dialect can be a bit confusing to the uninitiated. Having said that, most signs are bilingual and reading French will help you get by.

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