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The Auberge Bonaparte dates back to 1886 and is spread across five floors. Their gorgeous rooms are done up in Louis-Philippe decor and are a cozy place to rest for business and leisure travelers alike. Explore the vintage beauty of Old Montreal with this hotel as your base. Relish their delicious food anytime of the day or night in the famous Bonaparte Restaurant. Start your day with a complimentary hearty breakfast and check out nearby attractions. You will be certainly charmed by their warm hospitality and excellent service.
Built in 1989 and renovated in 1998, this hotel's main clientele comprises vacationers seeking reliable lodging at reasonable rates. There is no restaurant or lounge on the premises, but plenty are available nearby. A modest breakfast is served daily. The wide variety of rooms have individual climate control and data ports. The hotel is located next to the Palais des Congrès, festival sites, Old Montreal,Rue Ste-Catherine and Rue St-Denis. For more information, check website or call toll free at + 1800 363 6535.
A charming European-style hotel for budget-conscious travelers, Abri du Voyageur occupies a renovated historical building with original wood floors and exposed brick, right in the heart of downtown Montreal. Although bathrooms are shared, they are large, clean and located on every floor. Guests appreciate the well-informed, courteous and bilingual staff. It is recommended by Fodor's Canada, Lonely Planet, Les Guides Ulysse and Guide du Routard. The St-Laurent Métro and bus station are nearby. For more information, check website or call toll free at +1866 302 292.
Part of a striking combination of new and old architecture along the Rue St-Antoine, this magnificent hotel could be seen as the city's modern equivalent of the Ritz-Carlton. The 357 rooms range from the spacious, beautifully appointed "Superior Room" to the penthouse Presidential Suite, which occupies one of the turrets. Business rooms have unparalleled facilities: constant coffee service, two-line phones, huge desks and a combination printer/photocopier/fax. The health club features a lap pool and massage, and there are two renowned restaurants on-site : Sarah B. Bar and Osco Restaurant.
In 1996, entrepreneurs acquired this three-story building dating back to 1875, complete with stone walls and wooden floors, and refurbished the place. Today, it is proud to be called a comfortable hostel, and it offers a terrific lodging alternative for the budget-minded. You can find it in Old Montreal close to festivals, tourist attractions, restaurants and bars. The staff is well-informed and friendly, offering real world travel and nightlife advice to guests from around the world.
This combination of a small European hotel and a B&B dates back to the end of the 19th century, and offers completely renovated, individually decorated rooms. Most overlook an interior courtyard or Rue St-Denis. Quiet and comfortable rooms range from budget to deluxe, and some are equipped with whirlpool tubs. Fax and message services are available at reception, and breakfast is included in the prices. L'Aerobus bus shuttle service provides transportation from Montreal Pierre-Elliot Trudeau international airport to downtown Montreal.
Hotel Kutuma is less than 10 minutes' drive from Old Montreal and is 1 km from the Plateau-Mont-Royal neighbourhood. It features spacious suites with a full kitchen and offers a daily continental breakfast at a cost. Guests at the Hotel Kutuma can dine at Le Nil Bleu (The Blue Nile) restaurant, which offers Ethiopian food. The hotel has a valet service. Suites at the Kutuma Hotel have cable TV. The suites all are equipped with a coffee maker and hairdryer. Room service is available from Le Nil Bleu. The Kutuma is located 5 minutes' walk from Sherbrooke Metro Station. The shopping of Ste-Catherine Street is 15 minutes' walk from the hotel.
This luxury hotel on Sherbrooke Street West features a wide variety of well-appointed suites, some extravagantly decorated. Though there is a swimming pool, fitness club and restaurant (Bistro Dell'Arte) on the property, most guests take full advantage of the dozens of area restaurants and attractions: the Musée des Beaux-Arts is just a few blocks to the west. Ideally suited for business travelers, each suite features a fax machine and large working desk in addition to the usual amenities. For more information, check website or call toll free at +1800 567 1110.
This modern, affordable hotel provides a good base for exploring both downtown Montreal and the many sights north of Mount Royal. Area attractions include the Université de Montréal, the École des Hautes Études Commerciales and St-Joseph's Oratory, while plenty of restaurants are nearby on Côte-des-Neiges Road; the Métro is also close at hand. Suites include one or two beds, living room, a full kitchen and washer dryer; aside from daily maid service and a 24-hour front desk there are few other frills. For more information, check website or call toll free at +1800 567 0804.
Offering free shuttle service to and from Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, this Dorval hotel is less than 20 km from central Montreal. Free Wi-Fi and a continental breakfast are provided. A flat-screen TV and tea- and coffee-making facilities are found in each modern room at Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Montreal Airport. Some rooms also include a microwave and a small refrigerator. The Napa Lounge offers a full service bar and 3-course dinners made from in-house items. Guests can also relax and catch up on sports or news on the lounge’s TV. Guests of the Marriott Fairfield Inn & Suites Montreal Airport can enjoy the indoor swimming pool, fitness centre and games room. A business centre and a launderette are also available. The Dorval Train Station is less than 5 minutes’ walk from the hotel. Parc du Mont-Royal is 25 minutes’ drive away.