Montréal welcomes new attractions for 2023

Montréal is set to open a host of new hotels and attractions for 2023.

Montréal welcomes new attractions for 2023

Montréal is set to open a host of new hotels and attractions for 2023.

New hotel openings include the Hyatt Centric Hôtel Gare Viger, housed in the historic Place Gare Viger, close to the Quartier des Spectacles and Old Montréal. The hotel is now accepting reservations and promises unbeatable views from its stately rooms.

The five-star Vogue Hotel Montréal Downtown, a new addition to the Curio Collection by Hilton, opened its doors in November 2022. The hotel features design flourishes by the Sid Lee creative firm, and Clear Inc technology installed throughout to purify its water and air supplies,

With 247 rooms, the dual-branded Courtyard and Residence Inn by Marriott hotel in Montreal Midtown boasts convenient access to Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, highways and the Metro subway line, which provide access to downtown in only a few minutes. 

Hotel HONEYROSE will open its doors next spring on de Maisonneuve Boulevard West at the corner of Bleury. This 1920s inspired hotel will have 143 rooms, a café, restaurant, resto-lounge with a terrace, boutique and a yoga lounge.

In addition, Hôtel de l’ITHQ, located near Square Saint-Louis, will reveal its extensive renovations in 2023. Already open is its new on-site bar, Blanc Bec, highlighting Québécois products and local cheeses.

New exhibits

Internationally-renowned Japanese contemporary artist Yayoi Kasuma will bring her Dancing Lights that Flew up to the Universe exhibition to the  PHI Foundation for Contemporary Art. The exhibition will see signature pieces from Kasuma, including three of her iconic pumpkin sculptures and two new mirrored infinity rooms. Admittance is free for all until January 15 2023.

From January 19 at the Palais des congrès, OASIS immersion invites the public to experience its immersive exhibition transformé. A tribute to the virtual reality industry, this complete immersive walkthrough experience offers eight stories brought together in a collective experience with themes such as courage and empathy, based on real life stories. Tickets are on pre-sale now.

Until March 12, the interactive Dinosaurs Around the World exhibition at the Montréal Science Centre promises fun for all the family. Kids can climb on the back of a Tyrannasurus Rex, an Apatosaurus and a Mojocerators, and even touch a 67-million-year-old fossil.

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