Written by FlightHub
With wedding season fast approaching, looking to venues for your big day is no easy task. Depending on your style, taste, and most importantly budget, a lot of planning and consideration goes into a choosing a venue to host your guests on your big day. As one of the oldest cities in North America, Montreal is a hub for arts, culture and lifestyle, making it the perfect city to celebrate your nuptials.
Auberge St Gabriel
There’s nowhere in Montreal that so effortlessly combines rustic style with unparalleled elegance according to FlightHub’s review. Between the beautiful exposed brick and wooden beams that support the ceiling, and antique chandeliers, Auberge St Gabriel is like walking through a dreamy, rustic, wooden heaven. This is the perfect venue to evoke a romantic allure that your guests will love, and that you’ll remember forever.
Located off island on Parc Jean Drapeau, La Toundra is a venue quite unlike any other. Immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the park all while sitting comfortably behind ceiling-high windows. Close to the downtown core, this hidden gem is a wonderful option for those seeking a truly unique wedding experience.
The Forest and Stream Club
Located in the West Island of Montreal, this beautiful waterside venue has style, class, elegance, and a sense of home all tied in together, making your day unforgettable. As a venue that perfectly compliments both an outdoor or indoor ceremony, The Forest and Stream Club of Dorval is an unforgettable venue that’ll make your special day even more memorable.
Rooftop Terrace of the Palais des Congrès de Montréal
What better way to celebrate your wedding than overlooking the most beautiful city in all of Canada? Enjoy the twilight view of the city from one of the most stunning rooftops in downtown Montreal. With a capacity of 650 people, no guest is left behind at the iconic Palais des Congrès de Montréal. Though typically seen as an unconventional space for a wedding, FlightHub believes that this venue will leave your guests talking about your celebration for years to come.
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