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The Montreal Tourism Board's Sweet Deal package has returned for the fall: Stay one night at a participating hotel from $127 per room and pay half-price ($64 and up) for the second night.
updated 10/22/2007 11:38:48 AM ET 2007-10-22T15:38:48

The Real Deal: Book one night from $127 per room and receive a 50 percent discount off the second night's stay—plus taxes of 17 percent.

When: Through Dec. 31, 2007; note that the promotion will likely be extended through the spring, although the rates and participating hotels may change.

The fine print: Provincial, federal, and tourism taxes are an additional 17 percent. Based on double occupancy. Two-night minimum stay required. Read these guidelines before you book any Real Deal.

Book by: No deadline; based on availability.

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Contact: Tourisme Montreal, 877/266-5687, tourisme-montreal.org.

Why it's a deal: Travelers will save 50 percent on the second night's stay—and 50 percent off every other additional evening. For instance, if you stay four nights, you'll pay $382 per room, instead of the typical four-night rate of $508 per room.

Trip details: The Montreal Tourism Board's Sweet Deal package has returned for the fall: Stay one night at a participating hotel from $127 per room and pay half-price ($64 and up) for the second night.

Travelers who book the package will also receive nourishing hand butter from Fruits & Passion, valued at about $20; two Passport Privileges coupons for Casino de Montreal, valued at about $40; and a discount card and gift with a purchase of $75 or more at one of the Sh3pping centers.

The 25 participating properties range from the modest Quality Inn Downtown, which has the lowest rate at $127, to the Montreal Marriott Chateau Champlain at $229. Some hotels throw in extras like hot chocolate, valet parking, or a room upgrade. At the Delta Montreal, for instance, rooms start at $149 per night, including a $40 food and beverage credit and free meals for kids 12 and under. For a complete rundown, visit tourisme-montreal.org.

Note that prices quoted here are in U.S. dollars, currently on par with Canadian dollars, but subject to daily currency fluctuations; travelers will be billed in Canadian dollars. Before you go, check the exchange rate and the weather forecast at BudgetTravel.com.

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