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With lakeside views and sprawling green suburbs, Laval is a charming and multi-cultural city, with many Montreal commuters setting up home here. The city is separated from Montreal by the Rivière des Prairies, giving it a distinctly separate feel from the big city, and allowing it to establish its own identity. It has achieved this by having excellent cultural facilities, making the most of the historical aspects of the city, and by offering a warm welcome to tourists.

Things to see

The Carrefour Laval is an impressive, blue-domed shopping mall with many large chain stores, as well as smaller boutiques. There are further shopping opportunities at the glass-fronted Centropolis, as well as cocktail bars, lively restaurants, and cozy cafes where you can recharge. If you need some peace while shopping, drop the kids off at Putting Edge Centropolis featuring three stories of glow in the dark mini-golf, as well as loud, bright audiovisual displays, with a friendly animation team to get the kids into a frenzy of excitement. Further adventures can be found at the Cosmodome, a large, impressive building full of interactive exhibits that teach children about space travel. From learning how astronauts prepare for their missions, to seeing actual items that have been used in space travel, it’s a fascinating experience and a fun atmosphere. Younger children will be enchanted by the Musee Pour Enfants, a huge play center filled with costumes and scenery to allow kids aged two to eight to play pretend. Whether it’s working on an imaginary construction site with foam bricks, or donning a chef’s hat and playing in a toy kitchen, everything is intricately scaled down for young children to get their little hands on.

Hotels in Laval

Laval offers many 2 to 3 star hotels, ideal for when you’re searching for discount accommodation. There are plenty of the larger chains in and around downtown, with rooms and suites featuring king size beds, sofa beds, room service, complimentary continental breakfasts, and irons. The hotels themselves will often have useful facilities such as free WiFi, business centers, meeting rooms, and car services, ideal for business travelers. Families will enjoy the larger hotels which have indoor pools, restaurants, and shops on-site.

Where to stay

The upmarket district of Laval-sur-le-Lac is home to many millionaires, with mansions lining the leafy streets. It’s also where you’ll find the exclusive Le Club Laval-sur-le-Lac, a golf club that borders the lakes, taking advantage of the natural beauty of the area. Business travelers often stay in the Saint-Vincent-de-Paul area, which has a thriving industrial park, as well as easy access to Montreal via the Pie IX Bridge. Laval-des-Rapides is named for the rapids that used to run south of the area. Although these have been submerged to make way for a hydroelectric dam, there are calmer waters for canoeing and other watersports, with ice skating when the cold weather freezes the lake, as well as neatly maintained park areas full of modern amenities.

How to get to Laval

Montmorency Station is on the Montreal Metro’s Orange Line, and the station is conveniently located in the heart of the Laval-des-Rapides area, and opposite the local University of Montreal campus. Laval Sainte Dorothee Station is just south of the Laval-sur-le-Lac district, and carries commuters on the Deux-Montagnes Line travelling to Central Station in Montreal. There are also trains running into Montreal from Laval Sainte Rose Station, close to many commuter neighborhoods in the northern area of Laval. International visitors will often land at Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, with the drive into Laval taking under 25 minutes in a taxi or rental car. There’s also a 24 hour bus service taking passengers to the major metro terminals, where you can then pick up a connection to Laval on the Orange Line.