Quality Inn & Suites
6680 Taschereau Boulevard
Brossard, QC J4W 1M8
Phone: (450) 671-7213
Fax: (450) 671-7041
6680 Taschereau Boulevard, Brossard, QC, CA, J4W 1M8
- Phone: (450) 671-7213
- Fax: (450) 671-7041
Fuzzy Brossard draws an attractive crowd with its really cool events and attractive elements that include a state-of-the-art light show. It can accommodate up to a 1000 partying freaks at one go. The place has friendly staff to boast. Fuzzy Brossard is open 3 nights a week; Thursdays, Fridays and Saturday nights. Its the perfect place to chill out after a hard day at work; blending good cocktails with fabulous music.
Consistently on the top of the list of clubs for those who frequent the night scene in Montreal, Cherry is a very suave and laid back place for those who love to party hard and rock the house. The place is very much a typical nightclub with funky lighting and true to its roots club music. Not to mention the comfortable red leather couches that will have you jumping on them with glee. It's the perfect place to kick-off a Saturday night.
Le Confessionnal may seem to adopt it's pious name only due to its ambiance, which looks like something straight out of a quaint french chapel. But once you step into this place, you'll figure out it is definitely not as quiet as one! The dark wood furniture that resemble church pews are elegant in their own way, and the crowd that visits this place do seem like they are more in a mood to party rather than confess. Still, this is the ideal place to come and relax with some close friends, or even by yourself, after a really hard day of work. The drinks menu is extensive, and there are also some delectable bar snacks to munch on in case you get hungry. Call for additional information.
If you're looking for a clubbing experience that will leave you asking for more Bains Douches is your answer. With sleek interiors and moderately priced drinks the ultra-modern club has all bases covered. The music is foot-stomping and the mood of the cheerful crowd sneaks up on you. All in all a place where time is well spent.
Time Supper Club is one of the most happening destinations in downtown Montreal. A fabulous nightspot, Time Supper's exquisiteness catches your eye the moment you step in. To add to the external sophistication, is the stupendous collection of wines and spirits, along with delicious pub meals. In the late hours of the night, Time Supper is a favorite hunting ground for celebs, fashion stars and the who's who of Montreal. As the DJ belts out hot numbers, bottle service prevails at the lounge bar. Time Supper Club provides a complete clubbing experience. Have a blast!
If you have a whole night planned for yourself, start your evening at Wunderbar. This is a trendy nightclub and bar located at the Rue du Square-Victoria attracting young locals of Montreal. Here, the music is top notch and their bartender is a magician who works wonders with the spirits. If you feel like hunger's kicking in, order something from their food menu and stay put till your party finds elsewhere to go. Later, after your bar-hopping escapade come back here and dance your heart out till the dawn breaks.
One of the city's best known large venues, this concert barn has played host to everything from Just For Laughs Festival improv shows, to Nuits d'Afrique events, to Éric Lapointe and the biggest names in Quebec rock, to Maxi Priest and Robbie Williams. Fully licensed and decked out in a colorfully eclectic décor, it also hosts weekly cover bands: Satisfaction plays the Rolling Stones, and Trick of the Tail covers Genesis, just to name two. Many a night out in the Latin Quarter has begun within.
Les Saints is a nightclub spread over 12,000 square feet (1114.84 square meters) which is well equipped with the best sound and lights that makes the place so groovy and lively. Saints is a heaven for music connoisseurs as they can see most of their favorite bands perform live. The staff is very hospitable and friendly and the drinks are priced averagely. To enjoy a great night of music and drinks, Saints is the place to be.
This is the spot for the hottest Latin dance rhythms in Montreal, and you can sure tell, as the dance floor is packed so tight on Friday and Saturday that there is hardly room to shimmy. It gets its share of celebrities, as both Expos and visiting ball players frequently drop in. The club, open since 1980, features a full bar, dance competitions, Salsa lessons and live bands.
The hip and happening "i nightclub" is a popular night spot located along Sainte-Catherine Est. Sway to the music in the trendy interiors of this hot-spot; they play R&B, House and some really cool techno tracks. The resident DJs are sure to blow your mind with some really great sounds. This nightclub is a great place for some uplifting music; don't miss the special live music nights. It's a good place for singles on the prowl as well with regular party-goers. So if you want to head out to have some fun on a Saturday night, "i nightclub" beckons you.
One of the most important after-hours clubs and DJ venues in the country, this small, state-of-the-art spot boasts an ergonomically designed dance floor and a sound system unequaled on the continent. Regular DJs include Alain Vinet, Mark Anthony and David Morales, but Stereo also attracts top-touring DJs like Paul Oakenfold. Expect long lines and dress to impress, as the doormen can be very picky.
Voted the best gay and lesbian club in 2006, this hotspot is more intense and more popular than ever. With three floors and theme rooms, the mammoth club has a VIP section, a beautiful rooftop terrace and various lounges. Top 40 hits, hip hop and the hottest house music keeps this place hopping Thursday through Saturday.