Le Plateau-Mont-Royal Night, Montreal (Self Guided)

Montreal is a vibrant, multicultural city, offering fascinating nightlife options. The choice of bars, dance clubs and lounges is fabulous. Take the walking tour suggested below to experience the most exciting nightclubs in Montreal.
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Le Plateau-Mont-Royal Night Map

Guide Name: Le Plateau-Mont-Royal Night
Guide Location: Canada » Montreal (See other walking tours in Montreal)
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Sightseeing)
# of Attractions: 7
Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 0.8 km
Author: Xena

1) Blvd44

A chic nightclub found inside Hotel10 in Montreal, Blvd44 offers a bit more sophistication than most of the clubs in the city. Athletic wear or baggy jeans won’t get you passed the strict door staff, so be sure to dress to impress. Once inside, guests to Blvd44 can enjoy state-of-the-art sound and lighting, including high-end lasers accompanying the pounding soundtrack for the evening, which consists of house, R and B, electro, hip hop, and top 40 favorites. Blvd features several VIP sections throughout the space, including one on the outdoor terrace. VIP reservations include exclusive European-style bottle service for the utmost in upscale service.

Operation Hours: Monday: 10 pm – 3 am; Friday – Saturday: 10 pm – 3 am
Buona Notte

2) Buona Notte

An upscale restaurant and nightclub that has seen its fair share of celebrities over the years, Buona Notte has been offering its guests both fine cuisine and the hottest late night weekend entertainment found in Montreal. The low seated sofas and large club chairs ensure a comforting place to relax when not getting down on the dance floor. Celebrity sightings at Buona Notte include John Mayer, Kate Hudson, Justin Timberlake, and more. The restaurant includes a tasteful Italian décor to match the menu offerings, as well this high end establishment features a full service bar and an extensive wine and champagne list.

Operation Hours: Daily till 3 am
Ivy Nightclub

3) Ivy Nightclub

Found in the thriving nightlife district on Saint Laurent boulevard in Montreal, the Ivy Nightclub is a premier venue for chic parties that go on well into the evening every weekend. This high-end nightclub is equipped with high-quality sound and mood lighting to set the evening off in style. The Ivy Nightclub invites guest DJs of both local and international acclaim for guests to get down to late into the evening, including house, hip hop, R and B, and top 40 favorites. This upbeat nightlife establishment inhabits a tastefully stylish space and attracts a younger, hip crowd to dance the night away in style.

Operation Hours: Friday – Saturday: 10 pm – 3 am
Café Campus

4) Café Campus

A popular place to drink and dance the night away without the pretensions or snobbery of some of the more upscale establishments in Montreal, Café Campus offers its guests a hot night of partying with great upbeat tunes and inexpensive drinks to accompany an evening of good vibe in an inviting atmosphere. Featuring three floors with four full bars, admission is even free before 11:00 PM Thursday through Sunday. Popular weekly events attract a friendly crowd of tourists and locals, with such themes as Retro Tuesday featuring great tunes from the 1950s through the 90s, Hits Moi Thursday spinning all the biggest hits from yesterday and today, top 40 nights on the weekend, and Sundays featuring hot electro beats.
Pinq Taco

5) Pinq Taco

Located on the bustling Saint Laurent Boulevard, Montreal’s main entertainment strip, Pinq Taco first opened its doors in 2010 bringing with it an exclusive selection of premium tequilas. Its modern décor creates a trendy space for guests to dance the night away to its bevy of fantastic local DJs spinning favorite house, hip hop, and R and B tunes. Its exclusive VIP section in the mezzanine holds up to 60 and offers a glimpse of all the action taking place on the main floor. Bottle service as well as a wide selection of classic and signature tequila cocktail creations are available at Pinq Taco every night.

Operation Hours: Monday, Thursday – Saturday: 9 pm – 3 am
Tokyo Bar

6) Tokyo Bar

Located in Montreal’s hopping club district, the Tokyo Bar is a popular place for university students as well as tourists to the city. Featuring two different rooms with its own distinct flavor, guests can enjoy dancing to DJ sets or live bands serving up great rock, electro, hip hop, and mash-ups, depending on the night, in the main room, while the cozy lounge room features tasteful Asian accents throughout and is a great break from the dance floor. Another great place take a break from dancing is the terrace areas, with the rooftop terrace sporting a fantastic view of the bustling Saint Laurent Boulevard down below.

Operation Hours: Thursday - Sunday: 10 pm - 3 am

7) Muzique

A sophisticated, upscale nightlife establishment since its opening in 2009, Muzique has been setting the tone for other elite clubs in Montreal. Attracting high-end clientele for an exclusive night of partying, Muzique has seen its fair share of celebrities spending an evening here over the years, including Tommy Lee, Deadmau5, Tiesto, Cypress Hill, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Win Diesel, and more. Throughout the week the Red room is the place where guests get down on the dance floor to hot DJ sets spinning anything from house and electro, to R and B, retro pop tunes, and some rock as well. During the warmer months the rooftop terrace provides guests with a place to catch their breath and mingle.

Operation Hours: Friday – Sunday: 10 pm – 3 am

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Travel Distance: 2.4 km

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To ensure ultimate satisfaction from a day of walking around the city as big as Montreal, it is imperative to take good care of your feet so as to avoid unpleasant things like blisters, cold or overheated soles, itchy, irritated or otherwise damaged (cracked) skin, etc. Luckily, these days there is no shortage of remedies to address (and, ideally, to prevent) these and other potential problems with feet. Among them: Compression Socks, Rechargeable Battery-Powered Thermo Socks for Cold Weather, Foot Repair Cream, Deodorant Powder, Shoes UV Sterilizer, and many more that you may wish to find a place in your travel kit for.

Travel Gadgets for Your Mobile Device

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