Les Cours Mont-Royal
For almost seven decades this faux château served as headquarters for the world’s largest distilling company – a child of the...
This is a relaxed pilates studio providing a practical, down-to-earth approach to getting and staying in shape. Private one-hour...
Offers day and evening French courses as well as an intensive summer camp. Seven-week classes cost $235 to $340.
Downtown, Ristorante Cavalli is the spot. This fine Italian restaurant gets its DJ party on with upscale tourists and a good-looking...
This warm and inviting restaurant serves some of Montréal’s best Portuguese fare. The cataplana (a bouillabaisse-style seafood stew) is...
1455 Rue Peel · interesting places nearby
Les Cours Mont-Royal information
This elegant shopping mall is a reincarnation of the Mount Royal Hotel (1922), at the time the largest hotel in the British Empire. The 1000-room hotel was converted into a snazzy mix of condos and fashion boutiques in 1988. Under the skylight you’ll see six birdman sculptures by Inuit artist David Pioukuni. The spectacular chandelier is from Monte Carlo’s old casino. You’ll find designer names like Armani, Michael Kors, and Versace among the boutiques here.