In the past weeks, HONEYROSE, a new Art Deco-inspired luxury boutique hotel has opened its doors right near the Quartier des Spectacles and two other iconic Montreal hotels, the Vogue Hotel and the Marriott Chateau Champlain, have officially re-opened after undergoing major renovations. Each of these three hotels are well worth checking out even if ...
- Spas & Bien-être
- Ville en Vert
- Les filles en ville
- Plaisirs zurbains
- Idées cadeaux
- Zone d'essai
- Blogue de Carrie
- Mode de rue
- Nos Zamours
- Zen Zurbaine
- Vos articles chouchous
- Pâtisseries & cafés
Photo from my last visit to Saint-Germain-des-Prés in 2017 I've visited Paris five times in the past, but about a week ago, I took a private guided tour of St-Germain-des-Prés without even leaving my bed! How was this possible? Well, Travel Me Paris offers tailor-made tours of Paris with professional Personal Travellers (official, certified tour guides) who livestream the ...
The Martinique Gourmande meal made by the Renoir restaurant that was sent out to media for the launch of the festival. Martinique Gourmande is a culinary festival that aims to bring a taste of Martinique to Montrealers and Quebecers. If you haven’t yet had the chance to visit Martinique (I had the opportunity to go ...
When I think back on my trip to Martinique (a trip I won thanks to: Martinique Gourmande, Tourisme Martinique and Air Canada), I remember the sun, the sand and the radiant smiles of the Martiniquans. This French Caribbean island has real contagious charm. On the occasion of the Martinique Gourmande Festival which is happening right now in Montreal, ...
Whenever I visit Quebec City there’s one spot that I never miss and that is Château Frontenac, whether I’m staying there or not. Last month, I was invited to La Capitale to experience the brand new Grand Marché de Québec which had just opened. Aside from the new market being an absolute must, here are ...
The most quintessentially Canadian hotel is the Fairmont Château Montebello and it’s only an hour and a half from Montreal. The ginormous Swiss-inspired log cabin (the largest in the world) was built in 1930, in only 4 months. Château Montebello has been a favourite woodsy destination for both Canadians and tourists alike since its opening. ...