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Hotel stays are valid for one of two three-night periods: Thursday, June 7, through Sunday, June 10; or Friday, June 8, through Monday, June 11. Each smoke-free premier room includes complimentary high-speed Internet and ergonomic work chairs.
Explore the Escape Pour la vie (Space for Life) museum in Montreal to learn fascinating facts about nature and see its beauty up-close. Visit the Montreal Biodome, Insectarium, Botanical Garden and Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium for an unforgettable experience with nature. These four remarkable museums are in Montreal’s museum district. Each museum offers a unique chance to view and learn about animals, plants and their ecosystems. At the Biodome you can travel through replicas of the four ecosystems found in the Americas. The Insectarium is where you can view insects from all over the world. Visit the Botanical Garden where you’ll awaken you senses with the fragrant scent of flowers and lush greenery. Set your eyes towards the sky as you learn more about space and astronomy at the Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium.
Parc du Mont-Royal is a 200-hectare park located right in the middle or Montreal Island. They feature the highest vantage point in the entire city at 770 feet above sea level. Designated as a park in 1876 to preserve this scenic stretch of wildness from the rampant deforestation of the time, it was landscaped by none other than Frederick Law Olmsted, famous for designing and executing New York City’s Central Park. Some of the relics of a world-class sculpture show that was hosted in the park in 1964 can still be seen to this day. Other interesting locations worth visiting in the park include the Beaver Lake pavilion, which provides summer visitors with a sliver of shade and winter sports enthusiasts with shelter from the brisk winds.
As the sun sets and the city lights begin to twinkle, the catamaran of Croisière Le Montréalais beckons guests with its glowing neon blue or pink deck. With revelers aboard, the bright lights dance across the inky waters as Le Montréalais heads out into the night. And while the ship may creep silently through the waters, the decks are anything but quiet as up to 300 guests mingle on two indoor and three outdoor decks. The design of the boat is sleek and modern, with ice-blue lighting, pure white furniture, neon mood lighting, and synthetic grass on the outdoor deck and the ceiling of the up-side-down putting room. A dance floor and full sound system invite guests to dance the night away, and menus provide sustenance with bites of salmon tartar, pork ravioli, and lamb sliders.