Fun Bachelorette Itinerary in Montreal, Canada
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The vibrancy of Montreal, Canada, makes it the perfect place to have fun with all your girls for a bachelorette weekend. There is plenty to do, whether exploring Old Montreal, shopping, and/or enjoying its culinary and beverage scene. Montreal’s got something for everyone. I had my bachelorette party here and have hosted others, and I can attest that it is an excellent destination for a bach bash!
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Where to stay
Between the Old City and downtown, this fun-loving stay is perfect for groups looking to explore the city by day and party after dark.
Hotel Omni Mont-Royal
In the downtown historic district, a sophisticated stay with a kid-favorite outdoor pool and a stylish French bistro.
Hôtel William Gray
A style standout with an insider vibe in the heart of Old Montreal—don’t miss a farm-forward dinner at Maggie Oakes or cocktails on the 8th-floor terrace bar.
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Day 1: Happy Hour and Karaoke
You’ve arrived in Montreal, and it is time for a Friday Happy Hour. Maison St-Paul is a great place to kick off the celebrations as it is the only champagne bar in Old Montreal. Terrasse Nelligan rooftop bar at Hotel Nelligan is also perfect for summer celebrations overlooking the St Lawrence River. From there, head out to dinner at Escondite for fun Mexican food and beer or to Jatoba, an elegant space serving sushi and curated cocktails.
If you feel like the night isn’t over yet, check out some late-night karaoke at 3 Minots. This open karaoke bar is equipped with smoke machines and spotlights! Pang Pang is another great Downtown bar with private karaoke rooms.
Day 2: Exploring Old Montreal
Start the day off with brunch at Lov Restaurant with its great scene and delicious local, organic vegetarian food. Then head out to explore the cobblestone streets of Old Montreal. These are lined with cute boutiques like Betina Lou (trendy women’s clothing,) La Petite Garçonne for fun finds, and Boutique 1861, which serves well for bridesmaids’ dress shopping.
Tonight you will be dining at Modavie in Old Montreal. This is a fine dining restaurant with a lively bar and lounge. They are happy to accommodate large groups, and the service is incredible! Find yourselves late at night at Atwater Cocktail Club, which is open until 3 am and has been voted one of the best bars in Canada.
A note from Jill
Slip in a nail appointment at Blome for some creative nail art if you have time!
Day 3: Indulge at the Spa
For your final day, start with brunch at Perles Ef Paddock. This is an excellent spot for some creative brunch dishes like the French Toast with apple butter and cacao crunch. Then, spend the day at Bota Bota spa on the water with lavish spa treatments and outdoor pools that stay open until 2 am! Depending on the day, sometimes you can catch live music and drinks on the rooftop before heading out of town!
A note from Jill
Pole dancing at Milan Pole Dance Studio and other classic bachelorette party fun like HunkOMania and drag shows at Cabaret Chez Mado are fun additions to the festivities.
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