Welcome to GoMontrealLiving.com! A site entirely dedicated to one of the most exciting cities in the world, Montreal. Montreal is known for its superb cuisine, vibrant nightlife, festivals, sunny terraces, cultural diversity and that special joie de vivre (joy of life), that Montrealer's are famous for. So come discover with us! Imagine just for a moment being treated like royalty, close your eyes, sit back and you're there.
Pamper yourself for business or pleasure at the very best hotels Montreal has to offer. With over 800 hotels to choose from, Montreal Hotels are not short on variety - ranging from youth hostels, 5-star Montreal luxury hotels, Montreal B&Bs, to the most modern Montreal boutique hotels offering cutting edge style and high-end amenities.
Our city has an international reputation for excellent dining. You can find anything you want and it's a great place to try something new! Montreal offers a restaurant for every budget and every taste.
Montreal Quebec is a unique and fascinating city offering exciting entertainment and cultural diversity. A place where people from all around the globe come together to enjoy a Canadian city with a European flair. An island set along the almighty St. Lawrence River, Montreal is known as the city built around a mountain. Enjoy our spectacular views from the mountain lookout, when on a clear day you can see forever.
The second-largest city in Canada, Montreal has a long history of nightlife. Montreal nightlife has been a long part of Montreal culture, in the days of prohibition Americans would travel to the city to drink at the most popular Montreal nightlife spots in the city. The Montreal nightlife scene is world famous for the province's low drinking age of 18 years old. Today, Montreal nightlife continues to draw tourists and locals alike looking for the best clubs and bars.
Old Montreal’s Hotel Nelligan was the Traveller’s Choice 2009 award winner, and for good reason. This luxury hotel envelops you in old world European charm from the moment you step inside its front doors. The stone and brick walls (much of which is original structure from circa 1850) are engraved with verses from Émile Nelligan, one of Quebec’s greatest poets—a romantic legend. Read more...