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2 Montreal Hotels Found A Way To Let You Experience Indoor Restaurant Dining Again

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2 Montreal Hotels Found A Way To Let You Experience Indoor Restaurant Dining Again

Miss indoor dining? Us, too! But thanks to the team at Experience Vieux-Montreal, we can get all dolled up and get the dine-out experience — just this time it's in a private room. 

The group is offering a collection of packages for dining and stays with some of its hotels and restaurants, which just so happen to be some of Montrealers' favourites.

You can stay at Hôtel Nelligan or Hôtel Place d'Armes, with your choice of meal from Verses, which is served at Hôtel Nelligan, or a combination of items from Brasserie 701 & Kyo Bar Japonais, which are both served at Hôtel Place d'Armes.

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The In-Room-For-Two package includes one aperitif per person, a three-course dinner for two and a tip included. The price is $195, "which includes the room only for the length of the dinner."

The Dinner, Bed & Breakfast package for two includes the same items as the In-Room-For-Two package, plus breakfast, a fantastic rate for your room and others. This package is $425, plus tax.

Want to take the experience to the next level? Add the Moët & Chandon experience for $110, plus tax.

You'll get a bottle of Moët & Chandon champagne, custom decor from Moët & Chandon, plus a little extra surprise.

The perfect way to spend a birthday, the holidays or... just because!

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