Hotels in Dorval, Quebec

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If you've ever visited Montreal, you've probably been to Dorval without really realizing it. That's because Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is right here in this suburb, and pretty much dominates the local area. That's not to say Dorval hasn't got its own charms, though. It's located right on the St Lawrence River, which explains why it's the home of the Royal St Lawrence Yacht Club, and it has vast swathes of greenery that make it a pleasantly serene escape from the non-stop cosmopolitan energy of Montreal.

Things to see

If you've a hankering to practice your swing, or otherwise show off your hard earned golfing skills, Dorval is one of the places to be in Canada. There are a number of handsomely sculpted courses available here, including Golf Dorval and Dorval Municipal Golf Club, suitable for beginners and pros alike. The Peter B. Yeomans Cultural Centre is another magnet for visitors, as a popular space for major exhibitions and conference events. An intriguing little getaway spot is Dorval Island, which lies in the St Lawrence itself and is one of the smallest independent communities in Canada, if not the world. Further out from Dorval itself you'll come to Lachine, another borough of Montreal which is famed for having the city's oldest public market – there's nowhere better to browse stalls for locally made cheese, artisan breads, and other gourmet tidbits to make your inner foodie happy. Then of course there's Montreal itself, perhaps the main reason you'll be staying in Dorval. Canada's cultural heartland, its Old Town makes for the perfect city vacation for culture vultures, bohemian hipsters, and history lovers alike.

Hotels in Dorval

This part of Montreal is popular with travelers, thanks to its proximity to the airport. As a result, many of the hotels in Dorval are more functional and convenient, rather than artfully boutique. What you can mainly expect here are the reliable mid-range chains, although that's not to say they offer basic accommodation. Many boast indoor or heated outdoor swimming pools, on-site fitness centers, as well as spas and steam rooms – perfect for unwinding in before or after a flight. Working travelers are also well catered to, with WiFi access and business centers in most hotels.

Where to stay

It may only be a suburb of Montreal, but there are more hotels in Dorval than you can shake your luggage at. So you'll certainly be spoiled for choice if you're bedding down here – whether it's as a base for seeing the rest of the big city, or because of the serenity that Dorval itself provides. There are of course many more hotels to choose from as you get closer to Montreal.

How to get to Dorval

Traveling to Dorval is the easy part. Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is right in the heart of this area, and there are flights to and from a huge variety of international departure points. You can get from the arrivals lounge to your hotel in a matter of minutes. There's a good, reliable public transit system running through Montreal, but you might like to hop on a bicycle as there are hundreds of miles of cycle paths to explore.