Make your proposal memorable in Montréal

Go above and beyond your partner’s expectations to make the much-anticipated proposal moment even more memorable.

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Go above and beyond your partner’s expectations to make the much-anticipated proposal moment even more memorable.

The Antonopoulos Group’s Le Place d’Armes Hôtel & Suites, in collaboration with the prestigious jeweler Birks, has launched a romantic package: Dazzling Marriage Proposal in Montréal. This package ensures everything is orchestrated, to offer you peace of mind during your most romantic stay.

It includes a fabulous two-night stay in a luxurious penthouse suite at Le Place d’Armes Hôtel & Suites boutique hotel, in addition to the following exclusive services: a personal bottle of Moët and Chandon champagne in your suite, a gastronomical six-course dinner (including food and wine pairings) at Aix Cuisine du Terroir restaurant, a couple’s massage at Rainspa, and many other personalized services in your suite, such as a bouquet of roses and chocolate-dipped strawberries.

And, the pièce de résistance, an Amorique Diamond engagement ring, offered exclusively at Birks in Canada.

Arrange for your Amorique Diamond ring to be delivered to your suite, or opt for a private personalized shopping experience at the downtown Birks boutique, a Montréal architectural heritage masterpiece.

In addition, the concierge will help you set up the perfect setting for your proposal. The cost of this complete package is $11,000.

“Le Place d’Armes Hôtel & Suites is delighted to be associated with Birks, an institution that has been synonymous with confidence, and established the standards for quality diamonds throughout Canada for the past 130 years. Moreover, Old Montréal — the birthplace of the metropolis — is the utmost romantic setting. Characterized by cobblestoned streets and rich architectural heritage, lovers will simply surrender to its charm. Old Montréal is unquestionably the ideal place to pop the question,” said Dimitri Antonopoulos, vice-president of marketing of the Antonopoulos Group.

Keep the romance going by exploring what the rest of Montréal has to offer. Enjoy a luxurious start to the morning, including fresh croissants and steaming cafés au lait, and spend the day wandering.

Take an intimate horse-drawn carriage ride along Old Montréal’s quixotic cobblestone streets. By day or by night, a variety of circuits are available to visitors wishing to explore Old Montréal aboard one of these romantic horse-driven carriages. Tours last from 30 to 60 minutes and are available in English and French.

Montréal makes falling in love easy, and you’ll get caught up in the magic of it all; just think of Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, who spontaneously wed here in 1964. Finish the evening off with a starlit cruise or check out jazz clubs and sit back and drink in Montréal’s vibe.

Treat yourself to a fabulous adventure for two with a romantic getaway package in the heart of Montréal and spoil yourself rotten.

Book the romantic getaway package at participating hotels found on www.tourismmontreal.ca. Upon your arrival, you will receive a passport full of exclusive offers. Take advantage with offers such as gourmet chocolate, a romantic cruise down the St. Lawrence River or an intimate dinner in one of Montréal’s fine restaurants.

Or choose the Dazzling Marriage Proposal in Montréal package by visiting www.hotelplacedarmes.com.

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