May. 13, 2024

The best rooftop terraces downtown


Summer is the perfect time to enjoy a drink in excellent company on one of our many rooftop terraces. Settle down in one of these heavenly spots and admire the beauty of Montreal while enjoying a unique experience. Not afraid of heights? We’ve put together a list of the best rooftop terraces downtown. 

The Honeyrose hotel terrace – Muze Lounge & Terrasse

Opening in June 2023 on the fifth floor of the sumptuous Honeyrose Hotel, Muze Lounge & Terrasse is an exotic hideaway where visitors can soak up the sun while enjoying delicious Californian cuisine. The covered outdoor terrace offers a magnificent view of the Quartier des spectacles.

355 Boulevard de Maisonneuve Ouest

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© Muze Lounge & Terrasse

Rose Orange terrace

Located on the 44th floor, the Rose Orange terrace combines festivities, elegance and superb sunsets. It awaits you from Tuesday to Saturday, whether for an after work drink or a lively evening. On the program: signature cocktails with the scent of summer, iced cocktails, bubbles and a fine wine list.

1 Place Ville Marie

La terrasse Rose Orange au centre-ville de Montréal
© Rose Orange

Alizé terrace

Located on the ninth floor of the magnificent Humaniti complex, the design of the Alizé terrace really makes you want to linger a long time. Too cold? No problem, the terrace is heated. Not feeling sunny or a bit too rainy? For your greater comfort, it can be covered. Any occasion is a good one to visit!

340 Rue de la Gauchetière Ouest, 9th floor

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Monville Hotel’s terrace

Reserved exclusively for hotel guests and available for private events, this superb roof terrace on the 20th floor of the Monville Hotel offers breathtaking views. During certain events organized by the hotel, a bar and DJ take place and the terrace opens to the public! If you’re looking for spectacular views, inviting decor and a festive atmosphere, the Monville Hotel’s terrace is the place for your next event!

1041 Rue De Bleury

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© Hotel Monville

Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth’s terrace – Le Nacarat

If you want to enjoy a succulent Old Fashioned in good company, this elegant cocktail bar is the place to do it. Located on the third floor of the Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth Hotel, Nacarat boasts a twenty-eight page (!!!) menu offering a wide range of flavours. From spicy cocktails to sweet and bitter, you can take your pick!

900 Boulevard René-Lévesque Ouest

Les meilleurs rooftops du centre-ville de Montréal, dont le Nacarat
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Bivouac Restaurant’s terrace

This is one of the trendiest rooftop terraces in the Quartier des spectacles. With over 3,500 square feet filled with armchairs and high tables, Bivouac’s terrace is best known for its “urban jungle” atmosphere. Whether it’s just for an aperitif, dinner, or a cozy evening out, this is the place to be… in Montreal!

1255 Rue Jeanne-Mance

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© Bivouac

The Marriott Château Champlain’s terrace – Belvu

With room for up to a hundred guests, Belvu offers dishes to share served on a beautiful sunny terrace. Open all day, this place is particularly busy during happy hour. If you’re looking for a snack, the spicy tuna crisp with ponzu might satisfy your appetite. If you’d rather keep it simple, a good old burger or salad might do the trick.

1050 Rue de la Gauchetière Ouest

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© Terrasse Belvu

The Renaissance Hotel – AIR rooftop Terrace

Located at the top of the Renaissance Hotel, the AIR Rooftop Terrace offers visitors a mini urban swimming pool. Ambient lighting, sofas, and outdoor lounges all add to the experience. On a warm summer evening, why not take advantage of the magnificent view, which has become a must?

1250 Boulevard Robert-Bourassa

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© Renaissance Montréal

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