Business Travel Guide

The best hotels, restaurants and activities for Montréal business travelers.

Multi-cultural neighborhoods, a French elegance and a vibrant cultural scene add a creative edge to the city's business atmosphere. Le Vieux Montréal, at one time the core of commerce and finance, is today a warren of boutique-lined cobblestone streets with a view of the St. Lawrence River, dominated by the Notre Dame basilica and the World Trade Centre. An array of art galleries and swanky restaurants are great for business lunches or meetings in this neighborhood. Major business is conducted also in Le Quartier du Musée, a fashionable area which conceals the city's most unusual neighborhood, Montreal's famous underground city. When winter storms rage above, one can seek round-the-clock refuge in its 20 subterranean miles of offices, shops and hotels.

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