We here at Dress to Kill  have selected the most high-profile rooftops in Montreal to ensure you have a great summer.

There’s something magical about Montreal during the summer, enjoying drinks with a group of friends while watching the sunset from a rooftop is one of those things. Good company coupled with an amazing view seems to create moments and memories you’ll cherish all summer long. The trick is finding just the right place to create these memories. That’s why we put together a list of the absolute best rooftops to explore and enjoy with your friends and loved ones this summer.



If you’re all about mojitos

Their Latin infused menu for the festival season includes six kinds of tasty mojitos made with fresh fruits and just the right amount of rum. Even if you’re not a fan of sugary drinks, their twist on the popular cocktail will totally impress you. Opened all summer long starting at 5 pm Monday through Saturday, the Newtown rooftop has a business-casual atmosphere, perfect for meeting with colleagues after a long day at work.



Six Resto Lounge

If you’re a margarita kind of person

Offering one of the best views in the city, the rooftop of the Hyatt Regency also serves up killer margaritas. Located in the heart of the Quartier des Spectacles, it’s the perfect place to visit during one of Montreal’s many festivals. Opened only on Thursday for “Les Jeudis en Vue”, their revamped terrace offers a joyful vibe that screams party time!



Terrace Place d’Armes

If you love gin tonic

Located at the top of Le Place d’Armes Hotel, this terrace is the go-to place if you want the perfect view of the Old Port in a lounge atmosphere. On the cocktail menu, you can find their yummy version of a gin tonic made with grapefruit juice, Bombay, and cucumber. The crowd is hip and beautiful, and you might end up staying just a little bit longer than you expected.






About The Author

Marie-Ève Venne
Lifestyle Director

Marie-Ève is a little person who still secretly wishes she was one of the Olsens twins. You can catch her running from event to event, a coffee bigger than her face in one hand and her cell phone glued to the other. At Dress To Kill, she is the one writing about the newest musician you need to discover and that trendy bar that makes the best damn cocktails in the city.

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