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Montreal is a vibrant Canadian city that makes you feel the blend of North American and European culture all in one. You’ll be able to practise your French, while exploring what this fabulous city has to offer. Filled with high end restaurants, their famous bagels, and lots of walkable activities, it is the perfect location for your bachelorette.
Where To Stay
In the heart of Old Montreal, a stone’s throw from the Palais des Congrès and the Square-Victoria-OACI metro station, the Gault Hotel occupies a building built in 1871 by a fabric and haberdashery wholesaler named Andrew F. Gault. Converted into a luxury hotel in 2002, the building has 30 suites. The Hotel Gault is part of Preferred Hotels and Resorts.
Originally home to the Hotel Richelieu, Maison Saint-Vincent is a Montreal landmark. Located in Old Montreal, the hotel has a preserved exterior dating back to 1858.
Each of the 10 rooms are designed to reflect Montreal’s European flare, offering a colourful, luxurious home for our guests. Sunlight beams through the original French Door windows, as the vibrant city comes to life everyday.
Situated in the heart of Old Montréal, Hotel Nelligan is housed in a historic building, beautifully curated with luxurious furnishings and decor, with staff committed to ensuring you have a truly sublime stay.
What to Do
An easy way to try the various gastronomic experiences Montreal has to offer, hosted by a local guide. Book via the link.
The perfect day spa for your bachelor or bachelorette group. Book the water circuit and enjoy a variety of hot, cold, and relaxing experiences across the 3 levels of the spa (located right on the river).
Bachelorette parties are a great excuse to try new activities and get outside your comfort zone. Mile Pole Dancing studio offers introductory classes for you and your crew. I booked this for my best friend Diana’s bachelorette and it was a really fun time!
Where to Eat & Drink
Pop champagne and dance the night away at Maison St.Paul. When I booked this place for my best friend Diana, I knew she was in for a treat as she had the fun experience of popping champagne with a sword!
With a beautiful atmosphere filled with plants, I’d definitely recommend Grinder for your bachelor or bachelorette group in Montreal. They are heavy on the meat on the menu, so pass if you have lots of vegetarians on the trip.
A menu of French brasserie classics inside a chic space with decorative chandeliers & high ceilings.
A Montreal institution, Beautys is a perfect start to the day (particularly after a long night out). You may need to wait in line as there is no reservations but it’s worth the wait.
Montreal bagels are famous for a reason and you need to try these particular ones. With a couple locations across downtown Monteal, you can get fresh bagels and cream cheese.
A fusion of Japanese and Peruvian cuisine (my favourite fusion), check out Nikkei. Taking over a cozy Laurier East locale, the restaurant is the second for the group that opened Barranco, also in the Plateau, back in April 2021.
For other Montreal restaurant recommendations, I would look to Montreal Eater.
Where to Dance
Perfect for groups looking for a combination of restaurant that then turns into a dance party, check out Soubois.Before midnight, she offers a unique culinary experience taking you off the beaten path across land and sea, by way of its kitchen overflowing with the freshest produce around. And once the sun gives way to the night, the festivities of the forest begin as she transforms, dances, and erupts.
If you prefer 80s and 90s tunes over EDM and big clubs, set your party up at Electric Avenue.
Tickets for the VIP section reservation require a $50 none refundable deposit per group and is credited towards your first bottle purchase.
Minimum of 1 bottle per section. Each section has a capacity of a maximum of 10 people
Sir Winston Churchill Pub Complex was founded in 1967 by Johnny Vago and withholds the Sir Winston Churchill Pub on the ground floor, Winnie’s resto-bar on the first floor and a large gathering space called Karina’s on the top floor perfect for events of all sorts. It has been the pillar of Crescent Street for years now and offers daily Happy Hours from 5 to 7 PM with awesome deals. We also host various comedy shows that are sure to please those looking for a good laugh. At Sir Winston Churchill Pub Complex, you can be sure to find the exact ambiance you are looking for no matter your taste and age.