Old Port of Montréal

Located in Old Montréal along the St. Lawrence River, the Old Port of Montréal has been the cultural soul of the city for centuries. Enjoy striking historical structures, the Montréal Science Centre, an IMAX theatre, and riverfront access for invigorating outdoor activity.

Montréal Casino

Try your luck at Casino de Montréal, located just 7.7 kilometers from our downtown hotel. The casino offers more than 3,200 slot machines, 120 gaming tables, four restaurants, four bars, a cabaret, and meeting and banquet facilities. It is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to patrons aged 18 and older.

La Ronde Amusement Park

La Ronde is the largest amusement park in Quebec and the second largest in Canada. Owned and operated by Six Flags, this fascinating theme park features incredible rollers coasters, thrill and kid-friendly rides, exciting shows, restaurants, and a Nintendo®-sponsored video game center. La Ronde is a thrilling adventure for the entire family!

Montréal Biodome

Walk through replicas of the four unique ecosystems found in the Americas and get to know sloths, penguins, otters, lynx, and many other animals at Montréal Biodome. Located 10.9 kilometers from Château Versailles, the Biodome was originally constructed for the 1976 Olympic Games though it is now home to an amazing exhibition that ranges from a tropical forest habitat to an Antarctic habitat. It is one of four facilities operated by the Montréal Nature Museum, which also include the Montréal InsectariumMontréal Botanical Garden, and Montréal Planetarium.

Saint Joseph’s Oratory of Mount Royal

This Roman Catholic basilica is a National Historic Site of Canada that took decades to build, though its awe-inspiring structure was certainly worth the time and effort. Dedicated to Saint Joseph, the Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount-Royal has been visited by millions hoping to have their various ailments healed, and there is a wall in the basilica covered by thousands of crutches from visitors. There is also a museum on the property for you to explore and learn more about the building’s history.