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Local Area

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Terrace on Place Jacques Cartier, Old Montréal

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Scene in Old Montréal

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Montréal skyline from the Old Port

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Festival International de Jazz de Montréal

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Montreal City skyline

Explore the bustling streets of downtown Montreal. A hub for business and leisure travelers from all over the world, Montreal is home to myriad cultural and historic attractions.

Experience the city’s famous “joie de vivre” just steps from the Le Centre Sheraton Montreal Hotel. Situated in the heart of the city, it is near top shopping, gourmet dining and exhilarating nightlife. We’re also mere moments from the vibrant business district and just 20 minutes from Pierre Elliot Trudeau International Airport.

Make memories at Bell Centre—home of the Canadiens de Montréal, the city's hockey team—with a notable sporting event or concert, or head out to the shops on St. Catherine Street and in the Underground City, a unique network of subterranean pedestrian walkways filled with boutiques, shopping malls, restaurants, movie theaters and more.

Just a mile away, the Quartier des Spectacles offers performance halls, bars and art galleries, and is the site of some of the city’s most popular festivals, including the Montreal International Jazz Festival and the Just for Laughs Festival. Anytime of year, Old Montreal’s charming cobblestone streets mix past and present with restaurants, cafés, street artists, nightclubs and horse-drawn carriages.

If the sun is shining, share a stroll through the beautiful Botanical Gardens. Other cultural spots comprise the Montréal Biodôme, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and Chinatown, with its narrow streets lined with exotic foods and traditional crafts, as well as Crescent and De La Montagne Streets, where colorful nightlife is sure to leave an impression.