Stylish Hotel in the Heart of Montreal's Quartier des Spectacles
Within the 1 square kilometer of the Quartier des Spectacles in Montreal, there are more than 30 performance halls, totaling more than 28,000 theater seats. In this district of downtown, you’ll find the Place des Arts entertainment complex, as well as art galleries and restaurants. In the very center of the Quartier des Spectacles is Hotel Zero 1 Montréal, a hotel steps from the action with views of the city from every side.
Topped with shiny panels that jut out like wings, Hotel Zero 1 is a distinctive building in the entertainment district. Inside, a scheme of black, slate gray, and pops of green give the lobby a slick, modern feel, and you can catch views of Montreal from a panoramic terrace.
The stylish loft suite has the feel of a chic downtown apartment. There’s funky modern furniture, with walls and pillars of cement and dark hardwood floors. There’s also a separate lounging area, and you can get a bird’s eye view of Montreal and the Quartier from the window.
Montreal, Quebec: Canada's French-Speaking Cultural Capital
Located about an hour's drive from the northern border of Vermont, Montreal—Canada's second-largest city— is set on the Island of Montreal. The majority of the nearly 2 million inhabitants here speak French as a first language.
Montreal is renowned for its music and arts scene. The Place des Arts, a huge complex of theaters and concert halls, occupies a whole square downtown. (It's only a five-minute walk from Hotel Zero 1 Montreal.) Opera, ballet, symphony, and jazz shows all make appearances on the complex’s calendar.
Cobbled streets, historic architecture, and horse-drawn carriages make up Old Montreal, located within walking distance of the hotel. A popular spot is the Bonsecours Market, a domed plaza where local merchants have been selling their wares for more than 100 years. As you stroll through Old Montreal, make sure to check out the iconic and elaborately decorated Notre-Dame Basilica, one of the city's most famed churches. Built in the Gothic Revival style, it houses a fascinating crypt filled with archaeological treasures.
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