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Michelin Green Guide Canada


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500-page travel book about the best sights in Canada's ten provinces and three territories, where to stay, recommendations for eateries, outfitters, off-road areas, etc.

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Michelin Green Guide Canada

  1. 1. TheGreenGuide CANADA Editorial Director Cynthia Clayton Ochterbeck Edited & Produced by Jonathan P. Gilbert. Azalay Media Principal Writer Gregory B. Gallagher Production Manager Natasha G. George Cartography Peter Wrenn Interior Design Chris Bell Layout Jonathan P. Gilbert, Natasha G. George Cover Design Chris Bell, Christelle Le Déan Cover Layout Michelin Apa Publications Ltd. Contact Us Michelin Travel and Lifestyle North America One Parkway South Greenville, SC 29615 USA Michelin Travel Partner Hannay House 39 Clarendon Road Watford, Herts WD17 1JA UK t01923 205240 Special Sales For information regarding bulk sales, customized editions and premium sales, please contact us at: Note to the reader Addresses, phone numbers, opening hours and prices published in this guide are accurate at the time of press. We welcome corrections and suggestions that may assist us in preparing the next edition. While every effort is made to ensure that all information printed in this guide is correct and up-to-date, Michelin Travel Partner accepts no liability for any direct, indirect or consequential losses howsoever caused so far as such can be excluded by law. 2
  2. 2. 335 MONTREAL $$$ Auberge de la Fontaine – 1301 Rue Rachel Est. t514-597-0166 or 800-597- 0597. 21 rooms. jõ:. This 19C Victorian mansion sits facing beautiful La Fontaine Park. Colourful contemporary rooms, wireless Internet, access to the kitchen for snacks and beverages, and a breakfast buffet served in the sunny dining room make for a restful stay. $$$ Château Versailles – 1659 Rue Sherbrooke Ouest. t514-933-3611 or 888-933-8111. 65 rooms. fjõ:. Composed of four interconnected 19C Victorian town houses, this hotel offers excellent service and convenient location at the western edge of downtown. Amenities include complimentary afternoon tea, WiFi, business station, and babysitting. $$$ Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth – 900 Blvd. René-Lévesque Ouest. t514-861- 3511 or 866-540-4483. 982 rooms/91 suites. fjõÔ. The stately Queen Elizabeth enjoys a convenient location above Montreal’s underground city and VIA RAIL’s Gare Centrale train station. Spacious rooms with original Canadian art. Large health club and an indoor pool, plus ($$$$)The Beaver Club known for French cuisine. $$$$ Hostellerie Pierre du Calvet – 405 Rue Bonsecours. t514-282-1725 or 866- 544-1725. 10 rooms. fõ:. This 1725 merchant’s house sits on a cobblestone street in Old Montreal. Décor is opulent, with ornate antiques and Oriental rugs. Rooms have original stone walls, fireplaces, canopy beds and all amenities. American-style breakfast is served. Dinner is offered nightly in plush Bonsecours ($$$) restaurant. $$$$ Hôtel Place d’Armes – 55 Rue Saint-Jacques Ouest. t514-842-1887 or 135 rooms. fjõ~:. This charming boutique hotel is located on Place d’Armes in the centre of Old Montreal. Rich furnishings and amenities include spacious bathrooms, wireless Internet and rooftop Terrasse Place D’Armes. Large room windows afford splendid views of Chinatown, downtown Montreal and the Notre-Dame Basilica. The restaurant, Suite 701 ($$$) offers a very up-market take on Quebec cuisine, while Kyo Bar Japonais delights with sushi and more. $$$$$ Hôtel Le Germain – 2050 Rue Mansfield. t514-849-2050 or 877-333- 2050. 101 rooms. fjõ:. This former office building transformed into a snazzy boutique hotel offers Asian minimalist design in light- filled rooms, with dark wood furnishings handcrafted by local artisans. Sumptuous bedding and amenities include wireless Internet, CD players, plush bathrobes and the morning newspaper. Newly renovated, the hotel boasts the famed ($$$) Laurie Raphael restaurant. The Germain Group’s sister hotel Alt Hotel Griffintown ( leads robust redevelopment of this former industrial neighborhood within walking distance of Old Montreal. ƒ EAT $ Bagel, Etc – 4320 blvd. St.Lauent t514- 845-9462. No dinner. American. If you want breakfast up until late after- noon, come to this popular eclectic din- er. Bagels, eggs, smoked salmon, bacon, fluffy taters, and blueberry pancakes are the main attractions at this eatery in the on The Main. Great hot sauce collection. $ Rotisserie Le Chalet BBQ . t514-489- 7235. 5456 Sherbrooke St.West at Decarie. BBQ. Renowned for its simple inexpensive barbequed chicken, this no frills landmark has been delighting since 1944, and the floor show is worth the visit alone. $$$ Primo & Secondo – 7023 Saint- Dominique. t514-908-0838. Open Tue–Sun 5:30pm–10pm. Italian. Located beside the Marché Jean Talon, chef Roberto Stabile creates magic using the freshest possible ingredients, BYOW Bring your own wine. Restaurants that don’t have a liquor license can allow patrons to bring in their own favourite vintages. Most BYOW (apportez votre vin) eateries are located in the Plateau Mont-Royal district and the Quartier Latin. Table d’hôte These fixed-price meals typically include a three-course menu consisting of a starter, main dish and dessert.