Les Etoiles are executive suites providing corporate stays with majestic views for your luxury retreats. Fine interior finishes and oversized windows add character and charm to your suite. Every square foot of a Les Etoiles suite is well-designed and exquisitely furnished. From a bright living environment to roomy closet space you’ll be quite content with calling this home away from home. In addition there is 24-hour video surveillance and controlled security access so you have peace of mind. Executive living in Montreal is here at Les Etoiles.
- Fully Equipped Kitchens
- Quality Bedding and Linen
- Bedrooms with Queen Size Beds
- Living Rooms with Sofa-Beds
- Laundry Facilities In-Suite
- Dedicated Workspace
- Gas Fireplaces
- Interior Pocket Doors
- Fitness Center
- Housekeeping Service Every Two Weeks
- Complimentary High Speed WIFI Internet
- Complimentary Digital Cable TV Service
- Complimentary Local Calling & Voicemail
- Pet Friendly with Restrictions
- Indoor Reserved Parking Available
- Non-Taxable Monthly Rates
- 24/7 Guest Assistance
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The Quartier International is a borough of downtown Montreal tucked between Old Montreal and the downtown core. The former site of colonial housing blocks, the district underwent an urban renewal at the turn of the century becoming a central business district.
La Société is a posh French bistro located in the Hotel Loews Vogue offering a raw bar, breakfast, lunch and dinner. Daily specials on champagne, wine, oysters and caviar keep the crowds coming back.
Jelly Fish is a beautifully-decorated multi-level dining space serving raw dishes or charcoal-grilled dishes, or dishes that blend the two, like tatakis, carpaccio, filet mignon and short ribs. The menu is Asian-inspired with Italian and modern American flavours.
Gibby’s is a renowned steakhouse housed in a 200-year old stable in Old Montreal. Enjoy your steak, seafood and a wide selection of wines inside the restaurant’s historic stone walls, original beamed ceilings with cozy fireplaces.
Food / Grocers
Open year-round, Atwater Market offers a wide variety of fresh, unique and specialty products. It is known for its butchers and delicatessens, as well as its horticultural vendors and farmers.
Shopping / Retail
Montreal is the shopping mecca of Canada. In addition to having several fantastic shopping centres, the city is well known for its beautiful shopping streets, where you can literally walk from door to door and find incredible vendors and fashions.
Commonly referred to as the Main, the Saint-Laurent Boulevard is a one of a kind cultural, creative and innovative attraction that is animated all day and all night. Representing more than 600 businesses and organizations between Sherbrooke and Mount Royal.
Saint-Denis is a unique, authentic and vibrant commercial area. From south to north, between Roy and Gilford streets, more than 300 dynamic storekeepers and creators are present on Saint-Denis street.
Avenue Laurier West is eight blocks of shops and boutiques interspersed with cafes, bars and restaurants, between boulevard St-Laurent and Chemin de la Côte-Ste-Catherine. You will find everything from fashions, art galleries, gourmet food stores, upscale kitchenware shops, toys and children's clothes, books, music and decorative items.
Pubs / Bars
Crescent Street is a world-famous strip, running from Sherbrooke to Rene-Levesque renowned for its vibrant nightlife and restaurants.
Montreal Convention Centre (http://congresmtl.com/) also known as the Palais des Congrès de Montréal is a modern facility for holding conventions, conferences, meetings, galas and exhibitions right in the heart of the city.