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    Default What to do in Montreal??

    Heading to Montreal this weekend. I'd like to get tips on where to go, what to do and where to eat.

    Thinking about taking up on this walking tour: Free Old Montreal Walking Tour - Eventbrite

    Possible here for Saturday night dinner: Jardin Nelson - Accueil - Jardin Nelson - Adresse incontournable - Vieux-Montréal


    I heard Altitude 737 is closed down. Are there any new fancy clubs/lounges like that?

    Preferred clubs with good house music?

    Circus still around?

    Thanks fellas!

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    Also, going with my gf.

    She suggested to go for a massage. Any recommendations? Are the sexy massages any good?

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    I've heard New City Gas is a decent place they usually host the larger named DJ's when they're in Montreal: New City Gas

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    Quote Originally Posted by frankies_2 View Post
    I've heard New City Gas is a decent place they usually host the larger named DJ's when they're in Montreal: New City Gas
    Thanks. Looks like they'll have R3hab when I'm there. Something to consider.

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    bumpy. No Montrealiens?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rafal View Post
    bumpy. No Montrealiens?
    I guess not as many as I thought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emmadaniels View Post
    If your GF enjoys spas and pampering, you might want to take her to Spa Diva (right downtown near St. Cat).
    There's also Scandinave, which you both might enjoy - it's a thermal bath/hot springs style spa that also offers massage. If the mild weather holds out that might be really nice as you can spend the afternoon there lounging around together and relaxing.

    As for "sexy" massages - just a suggestion: you'll probably be disappointed if you walk in off the street to one of the downtown parlours. Montreal has an incredibly huge massage scene which ranges from excellent quality and experience to downright trashy. If you're both curious and interested in going down that route, I'd suggest doing some research and checking out "independent' masseuses. Some of them host in beautiful locations and offer really nice services for couples. That's what I'd do, anyways!

    Have fun! ;-)
    Thanks for your reply. I was supposed to be there over the weekend but snow scared me away and I canceled my hotel reservation.

    As for massage, I saw Spa Isis nearby Marriott so I thought it was convenient to check out. I'm somewhat excited, though my girlfriend has started saying how she'll send me there by myself for my birthday gift. I'm convincing her to do couples massage there

    I checked out your website. Looks very interesting and I'm sure I could source some information from you Are there any interesting lounges to sit down for a drink, that you could recommend? I always meant to check out Altitude 737 but looks like it closed down?

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    If you walk near the old port you'll find a lot of bar/lounge or on Crescent street
    New city gas is supposed to be quite nice
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    Quote Originally Posted by Creps View Post
    If you walk near the old port you'll find a lot of bar/lounge or on Crescent street
    New city gas is supposed to be quite nice
    I'm fully aware of that area. Do you have something specific in mind? There are many interesting locations, but it's hard to pick few out of that many available to choose.

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