Located in the heart of Golden Square Mile, this hotel is the epitome of luxury. And Quebec residents can get an additional 30% off their booking from now until December 31, 2021.
While spending time at Sofitel, you have the chance to dine at Restaurant Renoir, which has a dynamic menu created by world-renowned chef Olivier Perret, who was originally born in France — so you can taste the flavours of France while staying in the city.
If you go for lunch, you can get a three-course table d'hôte for only $38, which includes the soup of the day, the "fish of the day, meat of the day or Risotto with tomatoes and saffron" and a tasty selection of desserts made by the pastry chef, Clément Tilly.
Address: 1155, rue Sherbrooke O., Montreal, QC
Price: Starting at $260/night, according to Top Dollar Financial Insights Hub + Quebecers get an additional 30% their stay from now until December 31, 2021
Typically, whenever we see photos of lavish hotels in the city, we assume their restaurants will cost an arm and a leg to eat at. But not always! Restaurant Renoir, which is attached to the 5-star Sofitel Montréal Hotel, has an ideal lunch table d'hôte special for anyone looking to dress up and treat themselves without breaking the bank.
The lunch table d'hôte is only $38 for a three-course meal, which includes the soup of the day, the "fish of the day, meat of the day or Risotto with tomatoes and saffron" and a tasty selection of desserts made by the pastry chef, Clément Tilly.
If ever you'd rather go for dinner, meals go up a little in price — but the dishes made by the renowned chef Olivier Perret, who was originally born in France, are totally worth the few extra dollars to have you feel like you're dining in Paris.
And for all you oyster fans out there, this spot has got you covered. You can eat them on its colourful terrasse while sipping one of many drink options.
So, if you've been hoping to slide into your best outfit and hit the town, Restaurant Renoir is a definite must-visit.
Address: Sofitel Montréal; 1155, rue Sherbrooke O., Montreal, QC
Why You Need To Go: To get a little taste of France on a beautiful Montreal terrasse — and for the lunch table d'hôte special, of course.