About your stay: Choose a hotel that fits the budget. All options are conveniently located right in the heart of the action, and have been vetted for quality and comfort.
Things to do: there are so many thing to do while staying in downtown Montreal. Explore the exciting downtown Montreal areas, just steps from the hotel, including Rue St-Catherines and Old Montreal, two vastly different but equally fascinating destinations. For more recommendations on things to do in the area, visit the hotel’s website
Golf at Windmill Heights Golf Club (followed by dinner in the Clubhouse)
Wednesday, June 12, 2024
A private golf course that we have exclusive access to, this hidden gem was designed in the late 1960’s by John Watson, son of Howard Watson, one of Quebec’s most prolific golf course designers. Built on a peaceful and densely wooded site, this 18-hole par 72 course is a great challenge, with excellent conditions and top-notch service.
This golf course has classic written all over it. Not excessively long by today’s standards, 6500 yards from the tips, it is nonetheless an excellent golf test with its narrow, tree-lined fairways, mature trees throughout, and undulating greens protected by water hazards and bunkers.
Notable: this hidden gem was host to Quebec’s most prestigious amateur tournament, the 2018 Men’s Provincial Amateur Championship.
Golf at Club De Golf Atlantide (36 holes)
Thursday, June 13, 2024
The premier 36-hole experience in the city with challenging golf in a beautiful, natural setting.
Located on Île Perrot (Perrot Island) just 35 mins from Downtown Montreal, a gem of greenery in the heart of the St. Lawrence River. It really is incredible to have a golf course (let alone 2!) on land this desirable and breathtaking, right in the heart of a major metropolis.
Golf Atlantide has two courses – the Atlantide and the Don Quichotte – both offering completely different golfing experiences that will impress and excite. In a bustling city, these courses feel as far from the city as you can get.
Opened in 1990, the Atlantide course was designed by renowned Canadian architect, Graham Cooke. The Atlantide course stretches over 6,700 yards from the tips, with difficult green undulations and strong prevailing winds defending the course. The stretch of holes 13 to 16 are some of the most impressive in the province, playing along the shores of the St. Lawrence River.
Built in 2005 by Graham Cooke, the Don Quichotte course is a more demanding course than the older Atlantide, with twelve holes having water come into play and tight fairways demanding accuracy. At 6014 yards from the tips, don’t be fooled by the length. The Don Quichotte course keeps golfers honest with shots that demand precision.
36 holes at Golf Atlantide is truly a day well spent!
Golf at Club de Golf de l'Île de Montréal IRELAND COURSE
Friday, June 14, 2024
Designed by one of Ireland’s most prolific golf course designers Pat Ruddy, there aren’t many golf courses in Canada that will capture your imagination like the Ireland course, bringing you right to the origins of golf.
Group transportation is provided to golf course / return to hotel on all 3 days