Lose Yourself in Montréal this Fall

When autumn comes to Montréal, it brings excitement with it. You can feel it in the crisp air. It’s the excitement for harvest flavors, changing colors, and a wide range of uniquely fall events. And when you visit Montréal, the best way to savor the season is to do it with all 5 senses. So here’s a local’s perspective on getting lost in autumn and getting the most out of your fall stay.

See The Cité Mémoire series of art projections around the city. 

Images, words and music combine to take you into the history of Montreal via work projected onto walls throughout Old Montreal and Old Port of Montréal. Catch the experience from dusk until 11:00 PM, Tues. to Sat. until Oct. 7, and on Fri. & Sat., from Oct. 8 to Dec. 31.

Taste the quintessential flavors of Québec at Loews Hôtel Vogue. 

Treat yourself to a locally brewed Broken 7 lager, a refreshing 1642 soda, or a Montréal-style Fairmount Bagel. They’re all part of our Flavor by Loews Hotels program, bringing authentic local favorites directly to you at the hotel.

Hear a concert by the renowned Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal.

The Orchestre symphonique de Montréal has been wowing audiences since 1934 and continues its tradition of excellence today with regular performances in the beautiful Maison Symphonique de Montréal.

Smell the crisp air atop Mount Royal

There’s no better place to immerse yourself in fall than atop Montréal’s beloved mountain park. As the playground of the city, Mount Royal is popular in any season, but cool temperatures provide the perfect weather for hikes and strolls that give you the best of both worlds—a dose of nature and fresh
air just steps from a bustling urban center.

Feel the cobblestones beneath your feet in Old Montréal.

The historic buildings, charming cafés and cobblestoned streets of Old Montréal transport you to another time and place. You’ll feel a taste of Europe and the soul of Québec all around you as you stroll through this lovingly preserved part of town featuring architecture from the 17th and 18th centuries.