The Montreal Bachelor Party 4 Ways

By , March 30th, 2016

Listen up, Best Man! Your favorite bud is going to be sailing off into the married life in due time and it’s all resting on you to throw a banger of a bachelor party. The entourage gives their nod: a weekend trip is in order. Vegas may be all about the flash, but this destination bachelor party is all about your best friend’s freedom and his favorite things. Follow our bespoke Montreal bachelor party guides below to match your groom-to-be with the city’s best spots to sleep, eat, drink and party. And once night falls, we’ll leave it to the groom to discover Montreal’s real vices…

The Bohemian Artist

St-Laurent mural


Lawrence brunch

Why you need to take him and the boys to Montreal: An impressive sub-culture brewing in the Mile-End and a creative energy that resonates throughout.

On the itinerary… Exploring the city’s street art in the Plateau, bunking at the smartly-converted Le Petit Hôtel and tucking into brunch at Lawrence.

The Suave Gentleman

Notre-Dame Basilica Montreal
Ritz Carlton bathroom

Soubois dining room

Why you need to take him and the boys to Montreal: European class meets North American reinterpretations in a city with a knack for sophistication.

On the itinerary… Reveling in the details of Old Montreal, staying over with swagger at Le Ritz and dining underground at Soubois Supper Club.

Parc Jean-Drapeau autumn

BBV kitchen

Le Mousso ribs

Why you need to take him and the boys to Montreal: A world-class LGBT-friendly destination that knows how to throw a good fête.

On the itinerary… Picnicking in one of the city’s blissful green spaces, sharing a homemade breakfast at BBV and savoring the finesse of Le Mousso’s cuisine.

The Fitness Freak

Allez Up Rock Climbing

St-Sulpice hotel exterior

Omnivore herbivore plate

Why you need to take him and the boys to Montreal: Locals love to stay active and menus around town can cater to the health-conscious.

On the itinerary… Scaling the walls at Allez Up, blowing off steam at UNI Training (included in a stay at Le Saint-Sulpice) and sampling mezzes at Omnivore.


Feature image by Gaby Av CC BY