A layer of old European architecture along with and the sky scaping present defines the panorama of Montreal. With a vibrant culture that brings out the best of European and North American culture, Montreal attracts travellers for its sheer vivacity and exuberance. Most of the times the city remains enveloped with chill and snow, thereby giving birth to pub culture where locals and tourists eat well and party hard. The cultural centre of Canada, the city prides itself in hosting art festivals which serve as haven for artists, writers and musicians. The city dazzles brightly with The Festival International de Jazz de Montréal, parties dedicated to world cinema, comedy and gay pride, the winter Carnival being cherry on the top. The cobblestone streets will take you to the city’s architectural collage covering Basilique Notre-Dame, the 17th and 18th century stone houses as well as 20th-century symbols like the Stade Olympique, and Habitat 67.Home to one of the most reputed university, Mc Grill University, the city is world famous for its eclectic street art culture. Strolling along Saint Laurent Boulevard between Sherbrooke and Laurier metros, one can catch glimpses of some of these impressive murals. Montreal has a high tourist value as it is always flocked up with tourists and the best accommodation to cater with all budget hotels in the city which suit to various needs and size of pockets. You can find some of the best hotels in Old Montreal and Downtown. Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth, Intercontinental, Sofitel, Hotel Le Crystal, The Ritz Carlton, Omni Mont- Royal are some which you can consider for a luxurious stay.