Experience One of the World's Most Exclusive Events
Located on a man-made island in the St. Lawrence river, the Circuit de Gilles Villeneuve is made entirely of long straights and tight corners. Always unpredictable, the Canadian Grand Prix tends to be one of the most exciting races of the season.
Cities like Montréal don't happen very often. By day, it bubbles with Eurocharm and North American pizzazz. After dark, its nightlife sizzles with creativity and abandon. It's the city of a hundred nations, all lured by Montréal's intoxicating mix of Gallic tradition and joie de vivre rubbing up against North American innovation and optimism. It's one of the most fascinating urban cultures in the world - and we've barely even started. Let us at Roadtrips Privé build your complete travel experience to this wild and wonderful country of Canada.
Your 2013 Canadian Grand Prix Standard Travel Packages Can Include:
- Saturday (qualification), Friday (practice)
- Your choice of premium race day viewing
- Your choice of luxury accommodations
- Pit tours
- Private sedan and English speaking guide for Montreal tour, including: Old Montreal, Mont Royal, and Crescent Street
- VIP access and tables to the hottest clubs
- Private guide, hostess, chef
- Private transfers (sedan, limousine, luxury motor coach)
- Airfare (economy, first class, private jet)
Fairmont Queen Elizabeth
At the center of Montréal's vibrant cultural and commercial district, sits the city's grandest and most gracious hotel: The Fairmont's Queen Elizabeth. Recently recognized by Travel + Leisure as one of the 500 greatest hotels in the world, it's located above the train station (Via Rail & AMTRAK), and connected to the extensive underground city of thousands of boutiques, restaurants and cafés. Reflecting the distinct elegance and charm of Montréal, and set within walking distance of the city's sports and cultural attractions, this landmark property is celebrated internationally for its world-class accommodations, skillfully integrated Health Club (featuring state-of-the-art equipment and indoor pool), as well as three distinctive venues for experiencing Montréal's gastronomy at its very best: Les Voyageurs lounge, Le Montréalais bistro-restaurant and the award-winning Beaver Club -- which is recognized as one of the best tables in Canada.
Loews Hotel Vogue
When the Vogue opened in 1990, it instantly joined the Ritz-Carlton at the top tier of the local luxury-hotel pantheon. Nearly 20 years on, confidence and capability continue to resonate from every member of its staff, and luxury permeates the hotel from the lobby to the well-appointed guest rooms. Feather pillows and duvets dress oversize beds, and huge marble bathrooms are fitted with Jacuzzis -- double-size in suites -- and separate shower stalls. Rooms all have consistent decor, so what you see on the website is what you'll get when you arrive. The hotel's L'Opéra Bar is a two-story room with floor-to-ceiling windows and is open until 2am.