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Get ready to indulge in the ultimate holiday season with Corner Collection's exclusive Black Friday offer that promises to elevate your experiences across Old Montreal's finest properties! From luxurious hotels to exquisite dining and rejuvenating spa retreats, Corner Collection has something special in store just for you.

Imagine this - you purchase a $500 gift card, and they gift you a second card worth $250 absolutely free! It brings joy of giving to another level. The more you give, the more you get back in return. It's the perfect opportunity to treat yourself and your loved ones to the epitome of luxury.

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Canada's top hotels have been crowned. The 2023 Travelers' Choice Best of the Best awards from Tripadvisor spotlight the best 25 hotels in the country that provide extraordinary experiences, as recounted in countless glowing reviews by guests themselves. Among this year's selection, Quebec has emerged as a hospitality heavyweight, with nine hotels earning a spot on the prestigious ranking.

It's a resource for those seeking a local getaway, planning to book a memorable stay for a loved one, or simply dreaming of their next luxurious retreat. After all, fewer than one percent of the nearly eight million properties on Tripadvisor can claim the honour.

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So you want to take your honey (or your bro or your mom) to a sweet three-course meal, but you're worried about the price. You're in luck — this year's Happening Gourmand festival is offering table d'hôte experiences at 11 participating Old Montreal restaurants, and prices are as low as $32 for all three courses.

Brasserie 701, Kyo Bar Japonais and Maggie Oakes are just a few of the restaurants participating in this year's Happening Gourmand, which is in its 15th anniversary year.

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Indoor dining in Quebec is back in action and it doesn't seem to be going anywhere anytime soon. Thanks to the loosening of restrictions, Happening Gourmand, Montreal's much-anticipated food festival is back for the first time since 2020.

During this month-long food fest, taking place from March 10 to April 3, one gets to experience amazing Montreal restaurants with special table d'hôte brunch and dinner menus at a reduced price. So you get all the great gastronomical benefits but for a lower price.

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With restaurants in Quebec being closed and no reopening date announced yet, we're all missing indoor dining right about now. Luckily, six Montreal restaurants have teamed up with hotels in the city and found a way to continue providing this experience starting January 14.

A press explained that four hotels in Old Montreal "are opening up their rooms to offer you an intimate culinary experience."

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Seriously, I don't know about you guys, but one of my fave things to do on Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day is chill, and maybe grab a bite to eat. Kind of like a fun and tasty reward for a week well spent, TBH.

And if anyone out there's down to spend their Fête Nationale in a fun restaurant, noshing on tasty food, then I've got some great news for you. Restaurants may remain open if they so choose to, so there's a good chance your fave place is open - but make sure to call ahead just to be certain.

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