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Hotel Le St-James in Old Montreal enthralls visitors with the elegance and charm of classical Europe. Hotel interiors reflect the classical architecture of 1870 with its antiques and sculptures. Luxurious living is complemented with fine dining at XO Le Restaurant. The state of the art Le Spa is the pride of this traditional hotel, that is just a short walk from downtown. The Terrace Apartment Suite offering fantastic views of the city has private elevator access while the Presidential Suites have a charming grand piano set beside the fireplace and a ten-seating dining table. Fore more information, check website or call toll free at +1 866 841 3111.
Enjoy the sights and sounds of Old Montreal at the St. Paul Hotel. Close to the World Trade Center, convention center and other attractions, this establishment is ideal for both the business and leisure travelers. The restored building and its elegant interiors soothe its busy visitors. On-site amenities like a restaurant and bar, Internet access, business facilities and more make this a convenient choice. The 120 guestrooms and suites are chic, well designed and a perfect inclusion to this historical landmark.
Run by the Germain-des-Prés Development Group, the visionary hotel designers behind Quebec City's Hôtel Dominion 1912, this boutique property occupies a decidedly nondescript mid-rise office building in the depths of downtown Montreal. Inside, however, guests enjoy cutting-edge design, top-of-the-line furnishings and high-quality artwork. The elegant, ultramodern mezzanine lounge is the ideal place to unwind with a coffee or cocktail after a hard day. For those in need of an accommodation experience far beyond the typical midtown hotel, Le St-Germain is a stylish (if also very expensive) option.
One of the city's most venerable high-end hotels, this luxurious downtown property offers full service accommodations for the high-end business and leisure traveler. Rooms and suites feature a modern décor, and everything you would expect from a hotel of this stature: mini-bars, non-smoking rooms and even safes. The Café Société is one of Montreal's best hotel dining rooms, while the L'Opera bar and patio is an ideal place to wind down after a busy day.
Talented musicians of Montreal serenade music lovers with their mystifying performances at the La Sala Rossa. The minimalistic decor, small stage and the laid-back ambiance of this venue contribute to a perfect evening with loved ones and great music.
The Sparrow is a British-inspired resto-bar serving authentic gastro-pub fare. Famous for its hearty brunches and English dishes with a North American twist, it is set in a retro ambiance that feels like a traditional London pub. Seasoned head chef Mark Cohen has worked in Montreal’s best-rated restaurants and learned from one of the world’s most renowned chefs, the one and only Gordon Ramsay. His menu finds a happy middle ground between conventional and experimental gastronomy, offering English breakfast classics such as homemade crumpets, donuts and blood sausages, as well as more creative concoctions for lunch like the braised rabbit with bacon and polenta. The Sparrow deserves its title for being one of the coolest restaurants in Plateau Mont-Royal.
This is where the elite go to be totally pampered. From head to toe, this salon offers over 200 services in three departments - hair, aesthetic care, spa and wellness. The staff will even do a complete "Corpo Novo" evaluation for a whole new look in body reshaping, face and body lifting. You can collect frequent visitor points for discounts, and limousine service is available on request. A half-day package deal starts off with breakfast and moves on to Swedish massage, aromatherapy, hair styling, makeup or tanning and more!