While you are in Chinatown, why not spend a few hours exploring colorful neighborhoods like Downtown Montreal, Old Montreal and Plateau Mont Royal.
You’ll find some interesting cultural highlights in and around Chinatown. Visit some of the remarkable artistic and historic collections including Biosphere, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and McCord Museum. Go and see a live show at the Place des Arts, Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier and the Centaur Theatre. Enjoy the beautiful displays at the Museum of Contemporary Art, the Walter Klinkhoff Gallery and the St. Dizier Gallery.
If you love nature and wildlife, plan a trip to the nearby green spaces. These are good spots to relax and unwind. Families will enjoy a visit to Lafontaine Park, Jeanne-Mance Park and Sun-Yat-Sen Park. There is a charming atmosphere here and well-tended gardens.
Visitors to Montreal should not miss out on Habitat 67, the Champ de Mars and Victoria Square. Those with a passion for religious history will appreciate the care and devotion that has gone into creating the Christ Church Cathedral, the Notre Dame Basilica and the St. James United Church.
Add to your wardrobe, stock up on groceries or just window shop at nearby shopping hotspots like Eaton Centre, Complexe Desjardins and the Les Cours Mont-Royal.
Spend an evening with fellow football lovers at Percival Molson Memorial Stadium, cheering on the popular Montreal Alouettes. On weekends the stadium is filled with red, blue, silver and white, as football fans come together to support their beloved team.
Finding somewhere convenient to stay close to Chinatown is easy. Check out the rooms and rates at the Hotel Le Cantlie Suites, the Hotel Omni Mont-Royal, or the Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth.