Four restaurants in Montreal Quebec that make up the diverse French Canadian culinary scene. Montreal’s restaurants are much more varied than you would think yet they all stay true to their Canadian roots.
Walking into the entrance way of the Maggie Oakes Brasserie in Old Montreal Quebec from our suite at the Hotel William Gray next door I knew that THIS was going to be my favourite restaurant during our visit to the city.
An upscale, elegant boutique hotel stay at the Hotel William Gray is perfect for a weekend visit to Old Montreal Quebec whether you are travelling for business or for pleasure.
I recently had an opportunity to travel Via Rail Business Class from Toronto to Montreal and thoroughly enjoyed the experience en route to Montreal but not en route to Toronto. Due to these two very different experiences, I can certainly see the charm in travelling by train, but I can also see the pitfalls.
Located in the burgeoning recently gentrified area known as Griffintown Montreal is the Alt Hotel. A Le Germain Hôtels property with 12 locations across Canada, this budget-friendly funky fresh hotel was a comfortable place to stay for a weekend getaway in the city with a friend.