Area Attractions

From culture and entertainment to a vibrant local food scene, Montreal has so much to offer. With its easy access to the transit system and central downtown location, Hyatt Regency Montreal is the ideal place to discover the city.

Hyatt Regency Montreal

1255 Jeanne-Mance Street
Montreal, Quebec, Canada, H5B 1E5



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Complexe Desjardins

Adjacent to the Hyatt Regency Montreal, Complexe Desjardins mall features 110 boutiques and restaurants as well as an immense public plaza located in the heart of the building, which is always full of entertainment. The Complexe is connected to two subway stations and the famous Montreal Underground.

Saint Catherine Street

Downtown has always been identified with Saint Catherine Street, Montreal's renowned commercial thoroughfare. Stretching for 15 km across the city from east to west, the Street is lined with the major department stores, shops and restaurants that have been the pride of Montreal for more than a century.

Saint Denis Street

Saint Denis Street offers fun unique boutiques. From house wares and home furnishings to high-end clothes, rue Saint-Denis in Montreal's Plateau Mont-Royal neighborhood offers some serious shopping.

Saint Laurent Street

If you just love to shop and you're planning to visit Montreal, you’re in luck, because this is a serious shoppers' city. Must haves, unique, one of a kinds and completely irresistible bargains can be found everywhere. St-Laurent is the place to shop for a wild mix of stylish and things that are a bit more edgy.


Old Montreal

Explore Montreal’s history while perusing the scenic cobblestoned streets of Old Montreal, where some buildings date back to the early 1600s. Visit historic churches and peruse Rue Saint Paul, the area’s oldest commercial street.

Old Port

Once used by French fur traders as a trading post, the two-km-long Old Port of Montreal has long been considered the city’s heart and soul. Nowadays, it is a vibrant space which proposes all kinds of activities all-year long.

Montreal Casino

One of the ten largest casinos in the world, this casino is open twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week to patrons aged 18 and older. It has been a non-smoking casino since July 2003.

Montreal Biodome

Originally built to house cycling and judo events for the 1976 summer Olympics, the revamped Biodome is now a favorite of locals and tourists alike.

Palais des congrès

Opened in 1983, the Palais des congrès de Montréal hosts major conventions, exhibitions and other events. It also features an urban agriculture lab on its rooftop. The Palais is connected to Hyatt Regency Montreal and Complexe Desjardins via the Underground City.


Located in between Old Montreal and Quartier des spectacles, Montreal's Chinatown is a must see! Wander around to find specialty shops, restaurants and Asian food markets.

Art and Culture

Montreal Museum of Contemporary Arts

See more than 7,000 pieces by 1,500 plus Canadian artists, more than 1,200 of whom are still living at the largest tribute to Canadian art in Canada.

Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

Founded in 1860, Canada’s oldest art institution is the city’s largest museum and the most well-known in Canada. Many travelling exhibitions stop at this museum.

Place des Arts (Performing Arts Centre)

Take in an opera, symphony, theatre, choral or other cultural performance in the city’s largest venue, located just across from Hyatt Regency Montreal.

Quartier des Spectacles

A century-old tradition of shows and performances in downtown Montreal makes the Quartier des spectacles the heart of today’s cultural metropolis. Within this square kilometre of the city, one can find 30 performance halls with almost 28,000 seats.

Sports and Outdoor Activities

Bell Center

Since its inauguration in 1996 under the name Molson Centre, the Centre Bell remains one of Montreal’s most popular venues. Home to the NHL Montreal Canadiens and concerts, more than 1.5 million spectators visit the Bell Centre each year.

Percival Molson Memorial Stadium

The Montreal Alouettes have played their home games at Percival Molson Stadium since 1998. Overlooking the Montreal skyline from atop Mount Royal, the stadium remains one of the most scenic places in Canada to watch a spectator event.

F1 Grand Prix of Canada

Held in early June, the F1 Grand Prix of Canada starts Montreal's summertime. Apart from the race on Notre-Dame Island, the city is buzzing with activities, most of them located on Peel and Crescent Streets.

Mount Royal Park

One of Montreal's largest parks, Mount Royal Park is the heart of the city as well as its highest point. Designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, the co-designer of New York City's Central Park, Mount Royal's slopes are home to many landmarks like Saint Joseph's Oratory, and its belvederes offer the most amazing views of the city.

Entertainment and Nightlife

The Théâtre du Nouveau Monde

Better known as the TNM, presents theatre plays from everywhere in the world and from all epochs. Catch a concert by one of Canada or the United States’ most popular music acts at this large-scale venue.


Since June 2009, the Festival International de Jazz de Montréal has operated a live performance venue, L'Astral. This new venue has already established itself as the centerpiece of the Quartier des spectacles.


The house of 101 martinis. Great cigar lounge with a large walk-in humidor. Terrace overlooks trendiest corner of Montreal.