Comfort Hotel & Suites Downtown
1600 rue St-Hubert
Montreal, QC H2L 3Z3
Phone: (514) 849-3214
Fax: (514) 849-9812
1600 rue St-Hubert, Montreal, QC, CA, H2L 3Z3
- Phone: (514) 849-3214
- Fax: (514) 849-9812
You can visit this amazing club after work and still find it crowded with party animals. This is exactly what Circus Afterhours implies. There is never a dearth of individuals who want to dance the night away at this famous nightclub. Three spaces provide for the best in urban, trance and techno sounds. The sound technology is such like you haven't experienced before. As you might have already guessed this bar is open till the wee hours of the morning. Call ahead for more information.
The hip and happening "i nightclub" is a popular night spot located along Sainte-Catherine Est. Sway to the music in the trendy interiors of this hot-spot; they play R&B, House and some really cool techno tracks. The resident DJs are sure to blow your mind with some really great sounds. This nightclub is a great place for some uplifting music; don't miss the special live music nights. It's a good place for singles on the prowl as well with regular party-goers. So if you want to head out to have some fun on a Saturday night, "i nightclub" beckons you.
One of the most important after-hours clubs and DJ venues in the country, this small, state-of-the-art spot boasts an ergonomically designed dance floor and a sound system unequaled on the continent. Regular DJs include Alain Vinet, Mark Anthony and David Morales, but Stereo also attracts top-touring DJs like Paul Oakenfold. Expect long lines and dress to impress, as the doormen can be very picky.
Those in search of a quiet pint might be reduced to tears at this Latin Quarter watering hole. It is perhaps best known for delivering six- and twelve-packs of beer to your table in ice-filled buckets, and for its deafening (occasionally live) rock music. The décor is typical Quebec brasserie, complete with video gambling terminals and Formica tables. That said, it isn't famous for nothing; younger people on a pub crawl would do well to poke their heads in for a slice of Montreal's less polished nightlife. Only cash payments are accepted.
Voted the best gay and lesbian club in 2006, this hotspot is more intense and more popular than ever. With three floors and theme rooms, the mammoth club has a VIP section, a beautiful rooftop terrace and various lounges. Top 40 hits, hip hop and the hottest house music keeps this place hopping Thursday through Saturday.
One of the city's best known large venues, this concert barn has played host to everything from Just For Laughs Festival improv shows, to Nuits d'Afrique events, to Éric Lapointe and the biggest names in Quebec rock, to Maxi Priest and Robbie Williams. Fully licensed and decked out in a colorfully eclectic décor, it also hosts weekly cover bands: Satisfaction plays the Rolling Stones, and Trick of the Tail covers Genesis, just to name two. Many a night out in the Latin Quarter has begun within.
This huge gay complex takes up an entire block of Ste-Catherine Street East. Inside can be found enough bars, bistros, restaurants and dance clubs to keep you busy for a week. You can start at one of the three restaurants, catch a drag review at the Mississippi Club, and end the evening at the three-level La Track. For late-night munchies, the 24-hour Club Sandwich diner is available.
Located in a beautiful historic building, the Apollon is a two level nightclub in the Gay Village. Named after the Greek god of music and arts, this trendy club has an excellent sound system, creative lighting, spacious dance floors and bar stations. The Hellenic images bedecking the walls gives it an ancient Greek vibe. Apollon is one of the popular nightclubs in the neighborhood, particularly for their theme nights.
Step down into the bottom level of this three-floor complex for a much louder and younger crowd than above. Or, step up where the ambiance is more relaxed, the food delicious and the crowd diverse. A bingo evening starring Transvestite Mado is always a big hit. There is a 4p-8p happy hour weekdays and Martini Tuesdays. The music is kept at below ear-shattering decibels. Some hustling goes on, but it is subtle, so it is a good place for either cruising or spending a pleasant evening with your significant other.
One of the biggest and most popular venues in Montreal, the Sky Lounge was specially created for the gay community to unwind and chill out. Housing a pool, spa and a mini- restaurants it has shaped into a one - stop destination which takes care of their needs and provides them with an ambiance to really enjoy themselves. The place is a must visit for its funky nightlife with trendy music, DJs and food.
Les Saints is a nightclub spread over 12,000 square feet (1114.84 square meters) which is well equipped with the best sound and lights that makes the place so groovy and lively. Saints is a heaven for music connoisseurs as they can see most of their favorite bands perform live. The staff is very hospitable and friendly and the drinks are priced averagely. To enjoy a great night of music and drinks, Saints is the place to be.
A small first-floor bar and stage plus a second-floor concert hall forms the double venue for this student hangout. The music is mostly blues and rock, which can be heard every night of the week. The cover charge is minimal and varies according to the scheduled band.