September 12, 2017
Montreal is a town known for its creative, exotic and casual atmosphere. It is divided into several towns, each offering a unique, rich and warm surroundings. To help you discover, we present the principal characteristics for all the towns. Lets first look at The Village, a vibrant and welcoming destination.
A Short History
The Village, previously named the Gay Village, is the largest LGBT friendly community in North America. Its around 1982 that they first introduced a gay bar, built by those who were in charge. Since 1990, gays and lesbians have been placed equally. Today, The Village is a place that resembles an LGBT community for everyone, a place where everyone can reunite.
Each year, thousands of tourists visit this town for its festive aspect. It is characterized as a large, commercial and demographic gay, Montreal community. In effect, more than 300 retails relate to this culture, as well as their bars, restaurants, boutiques and hotels.
Their Main Attractions
Surrounded by the streets Berri, Ontario, Papineau and René-Lévesque, The Village is known for its vast pedestrian street in the summer: Sainte-Catherine Street. Under the famous suspended multicolored spheres, over a kilometer long, we find an open art gallery, concerts and diverse events; and don’t forget the many terraces.
Food lovers will love this place thanks to its many restaurants of all different styles, from Thai to Lebanese, followed by numerous cafes. On top of it, the nightlife is unmissable. Bars, clubs and dancers welcome you, take a chance to treat yourself to one of their house cocktails.
Just a few feet away from The Village, you can find Hotel Les Suites Labelle. Ideally situated in downtown Montreal, this hotel offers adorable rooms and suites, perfect for you to relax after a night out celebrating in the Village.
Make your reservations online today!