The Real Deal: Two nights at the Days Inn Montreal Downtown, two breakfasts, one concert ticket for the TD Jazz d'ici La Presse series or the Rythmes Bell series, a guided walking tour of the Quartier des Spectacles district in downtown Montreal, free entry to the Super sessions at L'Astral and the Montreal Guitar Show, admission to the "We Want Miles" exhibition on Miles Davis at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, 10 percent off the We Want Miles exhibition catalog, a 2009 Festival International de Jazz de Montréal CD compilation, an official festival T-shirt, and a shoulder bag with the festival logo, from $178 per person — plus taxes of 16 percent.
Don't miss these Travel stories
Lords of the gourd compete for Punkin Chunkin honors
- Airports, airlines work hard to return your lost items
- Expert: Tourist hordes threaten Sistine Chapel's art
- MGM Grand wants Las Vegas guests to Stay Well
- Report: Airlines collecting $36.1B in fees this year
- Lords of the gourd compete for Punkin Chunkin honors
When: June 25–July 6, 2010.
The fine print: Taxes and fees are an additional 16 percent. Based on double occupancy; single supplement is from $192. Read these guidelines before you book any Real Deal.
Book by: No deadline; based on availability.
Contact: Festival International de Jazz de Montréal, 888/515-0515, montrealjazzfest.com.
Why it's a deal: The cost of this package breaks down to $89 per person per night and includes breakfast, a guided walking tour, a concert ticket, free entry to the Super Sessions at L'Astral and to the Montreal Guitar Show, admission to a Miles Davis exhibition at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, other discounts, and free concert paraphernalia. The savings amount to about 17 percent.
More: Optional activities include a Jazz Cruise with Paulo Ramos ($136 per person) or a guided tour of greater Montreal ($44 per person). Longer packages with accommodations at the Days Inn Montreal Downtown start from $283 per person for three nights and up to $973 per person for 12 nights. Jazz packages are available at other participating hotels, starting from $197 per person for two nights at Hôtel Le Dauphin Montreal Downtown and from $284 per person for two nights at the Hyatt Regency Montreal.
Copyright © 2012 Newsweek Budget Travel, Inc.