$289 for a Montreal Jazz Fest delight

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Posted June 22, 2013 by Vacay in Canadian Festivals

Travel Deal for June 22-23, 2013

vicky vacay deal of the dayFeist promises to take you to the moon on opening night. George Benson is sure to sweet talk you into moving your feet. Dozens of other musicians will fill the 10 days and nights of the Montreal Jazz Fest with superb sounds at one of the world’s most iconic summer festivals.

At Le St. Sulpice Hotel, Jazz Fest visitors can get the most out of the event while revelling in a stay at this outstanding boutique property in Old Montreal.

The Festival International de Jazz de Montréal Package starts at $289 for the first night ($269 for a second night) and runs for the duration of the event, from June 28-July 7, 2013.

Package includes:

  • A one-night stay in a Superior suite
  • Continental breakfast for two
  • A Jazz Fun Pack, which includes: priority access passes to free concerts in the Jam Sessions, Open House and Nightcap Heineken series, Festival baseball caps, and two reusable Festival bottles.

Vacay.ca Managing Editor Adrian Brijbassi will be at the opening weekend of the 34th annual Montreal Jazz Fest, filing reports on Twitter (@VacayCanada, @AdrianBrijbassi), Facebook (Vacay.ca) and on the website. Be sure to check in for all our coverage.

Vacay.ca Spotlights Jazz Fest’s Food Choices

It’s not all about the music. No visit to Montreal, no matter the time of year, is complete without taking in some of the city’s tremendous culinary delights. Vacay.ca Contributor Sarah Deveau did some digging around for unique places to dine during as she wrote a “Food Lover’s Guide to the Montreal Jazz Fest.”

Deveau says: “If you can find it, Furco is a hidden gem where hipsters hang, and naturally the House of Jazz and Upstairs Jazz Bar are both popular watering holes for jazz artists year round, but especially so during the festival.”

Read the rest of her story here for more dining tips 

To book the Jazz Fest hotel deal with Le St. Sulpice Hotel: Telephone 1-866-811-1345 (toll free).


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