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By foot or by wheels

Cruise the strip and find Montreal at its best

By : Adair MacGregor

 

Spa Diva

1455 Peel

While some customers come here to shop, other customers come here to drop. Spa Diva is Canada’s largest and most luxurious spa and takes up several floors of the Cours Mont-Royal complex. Should you want a traditional Swedish massage, seaweed body wrap, relaxation facial, laser hair removal or even microdermabrasion, Spa Diva has everything you want at a convenient price, in a convenient location. Alongside Spa Diva is a hair salon, so that next time you show your face in public, you are not only relaxed, but as beautiful as you can be.


 

Cine Express

1296 Ste-Catherine W.

On the west end of town, this famous restaurant fuses the feeling of a relaxed café with a fully stocked restaurant and cinema. Filled with students from Dawson College and Concordia, the back room’s huge screen often features students’ films as well as the ever-popular hockey or soccer game. It is a popular place to throw you down on a couch, chow down on an inexpensive panini and surf the Internet on their free portable touch-screens.


 

Paramount Montreal

977 Ste-Catherine W.

Situated right downtown in between Peel and McGill Metro, Paramount Montreal offers the largest and most lavish movie entertainment experience in the downtown core. The design is a tribute to the years of Art Deco, and includes a classy martini bar and a busy café. Boasting six floors with over 3500 seats, it has become one of the most successful and popular theatres on the continent.


 

Superock

23 Ste-Catherine W.

The most visible of tattoo and piercing parlour on the Ste-Catherine strip, Superock possesses a huge display of every type of piercing imaginable. Almost any time during the day you can pass by and watch the artists at work. Comfortable white chairs put the soon-to-be tattooed in front of huge street-facing windows to distract themselves from the often uncomfortable sensation.


 

YMCA

1440 Stanley

Montreal’s YMCA has become more than a place to cheaply rest your bags when in town; it has become a cornerstone to Montreal’s community. It includes an immense gym, a full-sized pool, a daycare centre, youth programs, various sporting events and a community volunteer centre. For those visiting, the facilities are both convenient and inexpensive.


 

Laser Quest

1226 Ste-Catherine W.

This dynamic new game combines the childhood success of hide & seek with high-tech tools to make a game that is both innovative and rousing. Montreal’s Laser Quest is played on a multi-leveled arena featuring flashing lights, smoke machines, and loud pounding music to help you jump, run and escape your laser-pistol carrying companions. Monday and Tuesdays are reserved for groups, while the rest of the week games are played from 5 to 9, and 5 to 11 on Fridays and Saturdays.


 

Pang Pang

1226 MacKay

Montreal’s newest Asian-style karaoke joint. Unlike American-style karaoke where the entire bar is privy to your screaming lyrics, Pang Pang offers private rooms that can be rented from $20 an hour. Just down the street from Ste-Catherine, it offers comfortable seating as well as a huge list of songs to choose from. Show your friends what you can do.

Spectrum

318 Ste-Catherine W.

Montreal Symphony Orchestra

260 Maisonneuve W.

Place des Arts

Ste-Catherine W.


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