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You could also catch one of the hottest fashion sales of the season, peep at leaves, check out the Montreal Botanical Garden's Gardens of Light while you can and don't miss out on the Red Bull Music Academy while it's in town featuring Iggy Pop, Björk and many more.
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Visiting Montreal in October?
Old Montreal is gorgeous in the fall. Consider staying at one of the historic district's top-rated hotels if you like the idea of walking around and exploring the area, which really comes alive with color in the fall.
Montreal's top boutique hotels are also well-situated for city exploration.
Looking for luxury? These are Montreal's top 5-star hotels.
Conference attendees consistently appreciate the convenience and proximity of these Montreal convention centre hotels, which are also great for vacationers who want to be both near Old Montreal and Chinatown. They're also a 5- to 10-minute walk from downtown Montreal.
For added convenience, all the hotels on this list are connected to Montreal's underground city.
And if you like the idea of staying in and around Montreal's entertainment district, try these accommodations.
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Have some free time coming up and only want to know what's happening this upcoming weekend?
I cover the weekend's best every Thursday, Friday or Saturday and make sure you get well fed at the same time. Then there's the rain check and a foolproof strategy for enjoying high-end dining at a steal.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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Unless the city is blessed with a rare Indian summer extending beyond September, Montreal is in full fall mode come October.
The weather is crisp, cool but fairly comfortable, though it's not uncommon to experience a snowfall at this time.
But if one happens at all, it tends to be on the light side, with flakes either melting on impact or away by day's end.
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