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Montreal Gay Friendly Hotels

Abri du Voyageur  

Abri du Voyageur a Montreal downtown hotel

Abri du Voyageur a Montreal Hotel is a two star budget hotel located in the heart of the Entertainment District in downtown Montreal. We offer rooms with shared washrooms and modern studio apartments with private washrooms and kichenettes. All our rooms and studios have air-conditioning, tv and free access to wireless internet.

Hotel Quartier des Spectacles  

Hotel Quartier des Spectacles

Hotel Quartier des Spectacles is a budget boutique hotel located in Montreal's entertainment district, the Quartier des Spectacles.

This Montreal hotel has recently been renovated keeping with its historical character.

If you are looking for a montreal gay friendly hotel then look no further!

Rainbow columns on a subway station entrance? I've got a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore!

That's rather what the Montréal LGBT community felt when the city gave their main Métro station, Beaudry, a facelift in 1999. The Village began 15 years earlier, just east of downtown, to become today one of the largest in North America. Mostly it's a quiet and quirky neighbourhood of gay men, lesbians, families and cozy B&Bs in century-old duplexes and triplexes. The rainbow pillars are a way of saying that gays and lesbians not only belong to Montréal but are major contributors to its all-inclusive way of life.

Busy rue Sainte-Catherine is the Village's own "downtown." From June to September it becomes a mall, when out-of-town visitors mix with natives to shop, dine al fresco, or just relax in the sun with a beer. The strip has fashion and specialty boutiques, restaurants representing all major cuisine groups and a variety of bars. Throughout the summer, artists display their work, LGBT community groups set up information booths and local shops offer great things to buy. And it's where Divers/Cité unfolds, Montréal's wild, weeklong pride celebrations.

If you've heard that Montréal is a party city, nowhere is it truer than in the Village. It's club central for people of all sexual orientations who come to dance at Sky, Parking, afterhours clubs and others, not to mention circuit-party events such as Black & Blue. Lesbians love Le Drugstore, a multilevel bar and resto, and everyone loves the outrageous Mado and her cabaret-drag shows with a Québécois accent!

There's even more Village along Amherst Street, with more restaurants, antique and retro shops plus some superb Art Deco architecture. And no matter where you roam in the Gay Village, you'll always feel safe on the streets of Montréal.

9, rue Ste-Catherine Ouest
Montreal, Quebec
Canada H2X 1Z5

T. 514.849.2922
F. 514.499.0151
Toll Free 1.866.302.2922
(Canada & US)