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Top Picks for Winter Break in Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver

December 22, 2017
Winter Break

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It’s Winter Break and the Holiday season is right around the corner!

Are you working out of town this holiday season? Traveling for a winter break? Or do you simply have some time to enjoy with the kids out of school? Not sure what to do? Not to worry; Corporate Stays has some top picks for the best Winter Break activities in Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver.


Skating in Montreal over Winter Break

Family Friendly Fun: The 8th Edition of Lumionthérapie at Places Des Arts, an illuminated playground to lighten anyone’s winter blues! This years features seesaws that light up and play music making it a fun place to bring anyone you want to share memories with.

Activities for All Ages: Montreal is hosting a Nordic festival at the Jacques Cartier Square in the Old Port. There are a bunch of activities,  such as, live music, multiple food booths, craft beer tastings and interactive art installation. Admission is free. Head here to liven up your winter break!

Holiday Lights, Party Nights: Once a year Montreal opens up a Christmas Themed bar, Le Miracle de Noel.  Luckily this year two have popped up! One Downtown at Teddy Bar  and a second location in the Old Port on a heated rooftop of L’Hotel William Grey. This Magic bar will be open until December 31st. Head here for a unique cup of Season’s Greetings!


Skating in Toronto over Winter Break

Family Friendly Fun: A fun outdoor winter activity for all ages will always be Skating Outdoors in Canada! Visit the Harbourfront for some Free staking and tunes! A DJ plays as you skate under the open sky surrounded by lights and music. Warm food and Drinks are served to keep you going! Open Daily.

Activities for All Ages: Looking to dine out and do some last minute shopping before Christmas? Visit the Toronto Christmas Market located in the historical distillery district. Take a nice stroll  and try some delicious food and taste craft beer as you walk along all the shops. $6-$20

Holiday Lights, Party Nights: If you’re looking to party in Toronto, check out the Solaris Winter Music Festival on Dec 26th and 27th. This year the festival boasts international names like Steve Aoki and Zeds Dead. Be sure to buy your tickets in advance for general admission. $140-$180


Ski Hill Overlooking Vancouver

Family Friendly Fun: Everyone loves Karaoke! This year Vancouver is hosting a Karaoke Christmas Lights trolley tour. Sing your favourite Christmas carols as you sit on a guided Trolley visit to view the cities two most famous winter light installations. A part of the ticket price is a donation to BC’s Professional Fire Fighters Burn Fund.$30-$45

Activities for All Ages: Vancouver is famous for their Christmas Market. Eat, Drink and be Merry checking out all of the vendors out this year. Have a little taste of Christmas from around the world. As well enjoy the live entertainment, meet Santa and walk under a huge lit up Christmas tree! $5-$50

Holiday Lights, Party Nights: Head to Cyrpress Mountain for some beautiful winter views of Vancouver City at night. Enjoy night skiing and snowboarding on the largest slopes about a 30 minute drive from Vancouver. The mountain also hosts a DJ for patio dancing and karaoke. $85-$200

Need somewhere to stay while you’re enjoying your holiday fun this season? Not too keen on crashing on your in-laws couch? Corporate Stays has fantastic apartments across Canada, and would be happy to accommodate you, and your family. With full kitchens in our apartments, you will even be able to keep up with your holiday baking!



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