The Sofitel Montreal Golden Mile is a luxury hotel in the city’s business district. While I wasn’t amazed by the property, it’s still a good choice for a stay in Montreal. You can find more content about Montreal on our city page! I’ve stayed at various Sofitel hotels over the years, including the Sofitel Marseille and the Sofitel Saigon for example, and like the properties for their usually very comfortable beds and… Read More
Transportation in Montreal is organized by train, an underground metro as well as buses. In this transportation guide, we’ll explain what you need to know about getting around in the city! You can find more content about Montreal on our city page! Montreal does not only have an extensive public transportation network in the city itself, but also further outside. For example, there are daily train services to several cities in the… Read More
The InterContinental Montreal is a luxury hotel in the city center of the Canadian metropolis. The hotel is aging quite a bit, but offers a decent value for the money and good facilities. You can find more content about Montreal on our city page! When visiting Montreal, I was looking for two interesting hotels to review. I settled with the Sofitel on the Golden Mile and the InterContinental near Old Town. At… Read More
Montreal is the biggest city in Quebec and the second French speaking city in the world after Paris. In this City Guide, I’ll explain what I’ve done and seen while visiting Montreal. There are many good reasons for you to pay the city a visit, too. There are some similiarities and some differences to other cities in North America, but see yourself! You can find more content about Montreal on our city… Read More
The InterContinental Montreal was my choice as a second hotel in Montreal after my one night stay at the Sofitel Montreal Golden Mile. Nothing about my stay was especially amazing, but I’d say that the InterContinental is overall a decent choice for a stay in Montreal. Stay tuned for an extensive review here on traveluxblog!
Montreal is the biggest city in Quebec and comes with a nice mix of North American and French influences. While I wouldn’t say that the city is a “must-see”, I enjoyed the time here and would likely come back! Stay tuned for an extensive city guide here on traveluxblog!
For my first night in Montreal, I decided to stay at the Sofitel Montreal Golden Mile. The luxury hotel comes with spacious and well appointed rooms, very good service and a nice à la carte breakfast. While my stay was short, I really enjoyed and thus can recommend the hotel. Stay tuned for an extensive review here on traveluxblog!