Area Attractions

Montréal is a hub of global activity: Canadian by setting, French by heritage, and international by way of millions of visitors and residents. Old Montréal, known in French-Canadian as Vieux-Montréal, is where it all began 450 years ago—and careful preservation means the neighbourhood’s cobblestone streets, lively plazas, and outdoor cafes look much the same as they have for centuries. Hyatt Centric Ville-Marie Montréal puts you in the heart of the action, close to the city’s restaurants, museums, shops, and more. 

Hyatt Centric Ville-Marie Montréal

621 rue Notre-Dame Est
Montréal, Québec, Canada, H2Y 0C2



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Day Trips

Rue Saint-Paul

Montréal’s oldest thoroughfare, Rue Saint-Paul dates back to 1672. Now, it’s a pedestrian hub for locals and tourists alike, lined with shops, restaurants, and centuries-old brick buildings.

Old Montréal

Place Jacques-Cartier

This popular open-air plaza runs from the Old Port to Vieux-Montréal. Once a fruit-and-vegetable market, today the plaza plays host to a flower stall, buskers, café-style seating, and so much more. It’s particularly vibrant during the warmer months.