Montreal has exceptional accommodations, including world class hotels like the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth, the Ritz Carleton and the Hilton Hotel Bonaventure. You'll also find some unique European influences, such as the intriguing Hotel de la Montagne and the opulent Loew's Hotel Vogue, which by chance, stand facing each other, cheek to cheek, on Rue de la Montagne, just behind Crescent. There are also a wide variety of smaller establishments, that are a little easier on the pocketbook but still very comfortable and very often just as easily accessible. Given the cities long history and distinctive French culture, some of the most interesting places to stay are to be found amongst the cities numerous bed and breakfast establishments, or Gites, as they are known locally. You'll find that most of them, even including the smaller ones, have bilingual staff (more likely the owners) who are more than willing to assist you if you're from out of the province or country.  

 


 

Camping in the Surrounding Regions

Eastern Townships

Parks

Private Campgrounds & RV Parks

Laurentians

Parks

  • Mont Tremblant Park - A short drive from the resort has hundreds of front country campsites. You'll also find a designated winter camping area and back country huts which are accessible to skiers and backpackers. Hiking, Mountain Biking, Swimming, Backpacking, Cross Country and Backcountry Skiing
  • Oka Park - Located in the lower Laurentians, 1.5 to 2.0 hrs. south of the resort. There are hundreds of campsites in the park as well as one of the areas finest beaches. Hiking, Mountain Biking, Swimming, Cross Country Skiing

    Private Campgrounds

  • Camping Desjardin - Saint-Faustin - Lac Carré
  • Camping de la Diable - Mont Tremblant
  • Camping Baie du Diable - Ferme-Neuve
  • Camping Lac La Fontaine - Saint-Jérome (Bellefeuille)
  • Camping Laurentian - (819) 322-2281, Val David
  • Camping Saint-Adolphe-d' Howard - (819) 327-3519, Saint-Adolphe-d' Howard
  • Camping Val Carroll - (819) 242-7041, Harrington (Rouge River)
  • Parc la Conception - (819) 686-3655, La Conception
  • Parc des Campeurs - Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts

    Monteregie

    Private Campgrounds

  • Camping Alouette - Sainte Mathieu-de-Beloeil
  • Camping Choisy - Hudson
  • Camping Domaine du Reve - Sainte-Angele-de-Monnoir
  • Camping Domaine du Rouville - Saint Jean-Baptiste
  • Camping du Lac Mineur - Saint Jacques-Le-Mineur
  • Camping Sainte Madeleine - Sainte Madeleine
  • Camping Trans Canada - Camping, Pointe Fortune
  • Iles Enchantee - Actonvale

    Lanaudiere

    Parks

  • Mont Tremblant Park - Over 1000 campsites at dozens of different campgrounds. There are two entrances in the region, one at St-Donat and the other at Saint-Come.

Private Campgrounds

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Hostels

If you're idea of hostelling is pulling up a piece of the rug, in an urban fallout shelter, with a dozen strangers - think again. Hostels range from a place to unroll your sleeping bag, to something approaching resort like accommodations, in beautiful settings with you're own private room. Prices are still unbeatable and the company is usually interested and interesting world travelers. If you're a boarder or skier take note, there are hostels in most of the major resort areas throughout the country.

Montreal

Auberge de Jeunesse de Montreal - 1030 Mackay, Downtown, Montreal

Eastern Townships

Auberge de La Grande Ligne - 318 Chemin de la Grande-Ligne, Racine

Auberge La Grande Fugue
Parc du Mont Orford, route 141 Nord, PQ, Canada
J1X 3W3
Phone: 819-843-8595

Laurentians

 

 


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