Le Vieux is a tightly-knit community, as evidenced by the amazing partnerships we would like to show you through this special address book. In this article we will highlight some collaborations happening between our Gens du Vieux. Because you know two is always better than one!
A Unique Marriage between Fashion and Gastronomy:
Restaurant Monarque and fashion designer Sarah Pacini, inspired by the particular worldwide pandemic situation we find ourselves in and the social distancing it necessitates, have teamed up to ease distancing between restaurant customers by installing mannequins throughout the restaurant, clothed in Sarah Pacini’s creations. You will be able to savour a great meal courtesy of Chef Jérémie Bastien on either the dining room or brewery side, in the company of these stylishly dressed statuesque characters from July 6th until October 6th.
“Luxury, tranquility, and bliss”
Hotel Saint-Sulpice is working together with its neighbour, the Scandinave Spa, to offer you an "Absolute Wellness" Package, which will give you access to the spa, and a one-hour Swedish massage session.Another example of a neighbourly team-up is that of the Auberge du Vieux-Port and the William Gray Spa. The hotel’s "Spa Escape" package includes two relaxing one-hour Swedish massage sessions from its neighbouring spa.
Because learning knows no age:The Pointe-à-Callière Museum, archeological and historical site of Montreal is an Old Montreal must-see and it holds partnerships with several other establishments in the neighbourhood that will allow you to access certain expositions that they hold.First is their reciprocal partnership with Centre Phi: when you present your Pointe-à-Callière Museum ticket at Centre Phi, you will obtain a 20% discount on admission to their Emergence and Convergence exposition. Conversely, when you show your entry ticket from Emergence and Convergence, you will get a 20% discount on entry to the PAC Museum. This offer is valid until December 31st, 2020.Next, The InterContinental Montreal is offering two packages in association with Pointe-à-Callière: with the purchase of the “Pirates or Privateers?” package, you will receive a family pass (valid for 2 adults and 2 children) for the Pointe-à-Callière Museum. And the “Cultural Getaway” package will give you two adult tickets for Pointe-à-Callière. There are also hotels associated with the PAC Museum, notably Hotel Nelligan, whose “A Piece of History” package includes two tickets for the museum’s permanent expositions, as well as Auberge du Vieux-Port, whose “Cheers to Discovering” package grants two general admissions to Pointe-à-Callière. Guidatour also possesses one of the more interesting combos with Pointe-à-Callière: with one admission ticket to the museum you will be offered a 20% discount on the regular rate of a walking tour of Old Montreal East, West, or the whole neighbourhood. To receive this favourable discount, you must reserve your tour online on the Guidatour website and enter the promo code GuidaPAC2020, then present your Pointe-à-Callière Museum entry ticket at the time of your Guidatour visit.
Saint-Sulpice Hotel recommends discovering the historic neighbourhood through walking: its aptly named "In the Heart of History" package includes a guided on-foot tour, lasting two hours with a guide from Guidatour.
“Je t’offrirai, des croissants de soleil pour déjeuner…”
Auberge du Vieux-Port’s previously mentioned “Cheers to Discovering” Package will give you two tickets to the PAC Museum or for the Grande Roue de Montréal, and two cocktails from Taverne Gaspar as well as an American breakfast for two from said restaurant. Auberge du Vieux-Port also offers the "Innkeeper's" package, which gives you a free meal at Taverne Gaspar as well as one Gaspar beer per person.
Here, good neighbourliness and recreation go hand-in-hand:
St-Paul Hotel is joining up with Bota Bota spa-sur-l’eau to offer the Bota Bota Package: Water Circuit Experience to its customers. You will gain access to Bota Bota’s water circuit (3 p.m. late checkout available upon availability). Hotel Champ de Mars offers the Bota Bota Spa package (2 persons): with the reservation of one double room (starting from $98 per person), you will gain access for two to the celebrated spa-on-the-water’s water circuit.Last, but not least, Hotel Gault offers access for two to Bota Bota’s water circuit, when you opt for their Sublime Serenity package.Clients of certain Old Montreal hotels – Auberge du Vieux-Port, Hotel Épik, Hotel Saint-James, InterContinental Montréal, Le Saint-Sulpice, Le William Gray and the SpringHill Suites Marriott Old Montreal – will find that they can benefit from preferential rates at Bota Bota, spa-sur-l’eau; to take advantage of these rates, services must be reserved directly by the hotel. Request further information at the time you place your hotel reservation.