May 9, 2014 — Montréal Boy : Some strings attached
Tourisme Montréal’s six part webseries “Montréal Boy: Some Strings Attached” recently premiered on LogoTV.com. Find out more about the places featured in Episodes 3 & 4 with this Queer MTL Travel Guide
Shopping in the Plateau & Mile End
Montréal Plateau and Mile End is filled with trendy high-end boutiques and eclectic vintage shops. Explore the little streets, discover hidden gems, and find the perfect fitting pant.
Seeing All The Sights from Mont-Royal
The most iconic views of Montréal requires a short hike up Mont-Royal to the Kondiaronk Belvedere. Take some city selfies, share a little kiss, and watch the city buzz below.
Drinks & Dinner with New Friends
Montréalers are a friendly bunch, and you’ll likely meet a few new friends hanging out around the city. Grab a meal and a few drinks at a local eatery like Madame Lee (151 Ontario East.)
A Spa on a Boat
If heaven on Earth exists, it’s confirmed that a small slice of it can be found at Bota Bota; spa-sur-l’eau floating in Montréal’s Old Port. The therapeutic nordic bath circuit will rejuvenate your mind, body & soul. The striking view of Montréal is just an added bonus.
Perusing Antiques Shops in the Gay Village
Amherst is one of the Gay Village’s commercial streets. This commercial artery is filled with antique shops, furniture stores, and design-centric boutiques. What’s more fun than finding little ancient trinkets? Check out Le Spoutnik and Jack’s Inc. to go hunting for a super special souvenir!
Daytime Dance Party At Piknic Electronik
Piknic Electronik is the all-day outdoor dance party at Jean-Drapeau Park every single Sunday during the summer. DJ’s come from far and wide to spin at this weekly event; while Montréalers come to chill on the grass, drink some wine, dance all day, and soak in the sun, sights and sounds.
Take advantage of your stay in Montréal with our special LGBT hotel offer valid until August 2014.