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Within Walking Distance of McGill Suites

Marche Bonsecours

Set in the picturesque Old Montreal, Marche Bonsecours is one of the top ten heritage buildings in all of Canada; rich in history, and packed with high quality art galleries, restaurants, and shopping opportunities.
Old Montreal: Place D’armes Metro (map)

Mont Royal Avenue

A trip to Montreal wouldn’t be complete without an exploration of the charming Plateau, well accomplished by a stroll down Mont-Royal Avenue—especially in summer when a large portion of ir is blocked off from traffic. It is home to some great authentic diners, restaurants, and trendy independent clothing shops.
Plateau: Mont-Royal Metro (map)

Le Quartier du Musee de Montreal

Known as the Quartier de Musée, this small stretch of downtown’s west end is right by Concordia University, offering upscale shopping boutiques, the Museum of Fine Arts, and some fine dining.
Downtown: Guy-Concordia Metro (map)

Saint Laurent Boulevard

Imbued with over 300 years of history, Saint Laurent Boulevard has unique architecture and personality, and offers a wide variety of exciting options for shopping, dining, and nightlife.
Downtown: Saint Laurent / Mont Royal Metro (map)

Sainte Catherine Street

In the heart of Montreal's shopping district, Sainte Catherine Street is the essential downtown Montreal experience. Served by 9 metro stations, the 15 km street stretches across the city from east to west. Downtown, Montreal
Downtown: McGill / Peel / Guy-Concordia Metro (map)


Home to many great restaurants, shops and food markets, Montreal’s Chinatown is not to be missed.
Downtown, Place Dames Metro (map)

Underground City

One of the largest underground complexes in the world, The Underground City boasts over 15 miles of brightly lit tunnels, leading to an endless variety of restaurants and boutiques.

  1. Place Alexis Nihon (Atwater Metro);
  2. McGill/ Place Ville Marie, most elaborate of the four, offering the widest variety of stores and restaurants (McGill/Bonaventure Metro);
  3. Place Des Arts (Area includes Centre of Performing Arts, shopping complex Place Montreal Trust, and The Musee d’Art Contemporain de Montreal)(Place Des Arts Metro);
  4. Berri Uquam- Home to Place Dupuis Shopping Complex (Berri Uquam Metro)

Also found in the Underground City:

  • Complex Les Ailes - Shopping Complex of over 60 shops and businesses. Downtown, Montreal. (McGill Metro, Underground City - McGill/Place Ville Marie Sector)
  • Complex Desjardin - Shopping Complex in the largest building in the metropolitan area, covering a total area of approximately 4 million square feet. St. Catherine St., Downtown, Montreal. (Place-Des-Arts Metro, Underground City - Place-Des-Arts Sector)
  • Eaton Centre - Shopping Complex, located in the center of the underground network, Eaton Centre is home to over 175 stores, as well as restaurants, free internet access, and much more. St. Catherine & University, Downtown, Montreal. (Underground City - McGill/Place Ville Marie Sector)

A Short Metro Ride Away

Jean Talon Market

Located in the geographical centre of Montreal, Jean Talon Market overflows with fresh produce, specialty and imported items, and some fantastic restaurants nearby in Little Italy.
Parc Extension: Jean Talon Metro (map)

Atwater Market

Local favorite Atwater Market is brimming with fresh produce and specialty items. Accessible from the scenic Lachine Canal bike path, it’s a great way to spend a Saturday or Sunday morning in the summer. It’s open year-round Tuesday to Sunday, 9am to 5pm (until 6pm in the summer).
Downtown: Lionel-Groulx Metro (map)

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