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Travel from Maine to Montreal this winter

Old-Port during the holidays

Montreal, with its enchanting winter landscape and a plethora of indoor and outdoor activities, emerges as a premier destination for those seeking a magical winter experience. As the snow blankets the city, Montreal transforms into a winter wonderland, offering a perfect blend of cultural festivities, scenic landscapes, and vibrant city life. This article explores the best ways to travel from Maine to Montreal, highlights the winter attractions in the city, and introduces the perfect accommodation to complete your winter adventure: Le Saint-Sulpice Hotel.

How to get Montreal from Maine?

Travelling from Maine to Montreal is a breeze, and there are a couple of fantastic options to consider. The most convenient ways are by car or flight. If you choose to drive, the scenic route from Portland to Montreal is approximately 280 miles, taking around 4.5 hours. Alternatively, flights from Portland International Jetport provide a quick and efficient means of transportation. Often with just one stop over, the trip by plane would take on average 8-10 hours. While Amtrak and various bus services like Greyhound are available, they involve multiple transfers and significantly extend travel time, making driving or flying the preferred options.

Where to stay in Montreal ?

Le Saint-Sulpice Hotel stands out as the epitome of luxury and comfort. Located in the heart of Old Montreal, this boutique hotel offers a perfect blend of modern amenities and historic charm. Boasting spacious suites with fireplace views, Le Saint-Sulpice provides an intimate and cozy retreat after a day of exploring the vibrant city of Montreal. With its commitment to impeccable service, Le Saint-Sulpice Hotel stands as the top choice for those looking to make the most of their winter getaway in Montreal. 

Guest relaxing on bed in the superior suite offered in the cocooning package

Treat yourself or that special someone to our Cocooning package which includes: 

  • One night in a beautiful cosy Suite with an electric fireplace and a bath
  • Breakfast at Oskar Restaurant 
  • A 15% Discount at Restaurant Oskar (lunch or dinner)
  • One SoSulpice! bath kit, filled with L’Occitane en provence products.
  • Late check out at 2pm (upon availablility)

What is there to enjoy in Montreal during the Winter?

IglooFest

© Francois Rousseau – TimeOut

Montreal comes alive during the winter months with a variety of activities to delight visitors. The world-renowned Igloofest, a spectacular outdoor electronic music festival, draws crowds seeking a unique winter party experience. For those with a taste for the arts, the Nutcracker ballet at Place-Des-Arts is a must-see, adding a touch of elegance to your winter escape. Strolling through the Old Port unveils charming streets adorned with festive decorations, creating an atmosphere reminiscent of a European winter wonderland.

 

Why travel to Montreal if you are from Maine ?

Mainers, especially those from Portland, will find Montreal an irresistible destination. With double the population and a more diverse, cosmopolitan atmosphere, Montreal offers a cultural richness that captivates visitors. The bilingual nature of the city, where both French and English thrive, adds an extra layer of charm. The vibrant nightlife downtown and on the infamous Boulevard St-Laurent are sure to please visitors looking to dance and enjoy great DJs. If you want to embrace winter in all its glory, Montreal is the place to be as daily lows average 6.8 °F during the coldest periods versus 35°F in Portland; so be sure to bundle up. Montreal is the ideal escape for those seeking a different kind of winter experience.

In conclusion, Montreal beckons with its winter charm, and the journey from Maine to this vibrant city promises a memorable experience. Whether indulging in cultural festivities, exploring the old-world charm of the Old Port, or simply enjoying the warmth of a luxury hotel like Le Saint-Sulpice, your winter escape to Montreal is bound to be nothing short of magical.

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