Hotel Gault is an exquisite boutique hotel in Montreal with an industrial contemporary look. The rooms are large, open and airy, minimalistically furnished with futuristically designed 1950s Eames chairs and concrete floors. Heated bathroom floors, plush robes, and the café au lait delivered to your doorstep are some pleasures you can't get enough of! The huge plasma screens go well with the decor and the designer bathrooms look right out of a home and decor magazine. There is a fitness center for those who want to stay fit. Whether you visit for business or pleasure, do make time to cozy up by the fireplace in the lounge. For more information, check out their website or call toll free at +1866 904 1616.
Hotel Nelligan is the perfect place to start getting intimately acquainted with the charms of Old Montreal. Occupying two lovely adjoining 19th-century buildings, rooms in this charming hotel come with fireplaces, exposed stone and brick walls, luxurious, modern furnishings, and all the modern amenities one would expect from any urban hotel. With such nearby sights as the Pointe-à-Callière Museum of Archaeology & History and the Basilica Notre-Dame de Montréal, the rest of Montreal is just a short walk away. Take a romantic weekend, or spend a few fun nights with friends, and book the affordable rooms in Hotel Nelligan. For more information, check website or call toll free at +1877 788 2040.
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.
Unique among downtown Montreal hotels, this gracious circa 1919 Edwardian structure was originally a four-story mansion. The ambiance is European, which has lent itself to Chateau Versailles' enviable reputation among travelers. The rooms all feature individual touches, including some with fireplaces, lending a homey touch to the accommodations. The site was renovated in 1996 and offers easy access to both the shopping and cultural districts. Call for more details.
Ease yourself into New Westminster BC amidst the country-house comfort of our elegant hotel style suites, which are splendidly located in the heart of the Edwardian era.
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.
Guests relive the age of elegance when they stay in this spectacular 19th-century Queen Anne Victorian bed and breakfast. Being also the home of Chic Choc chocolatiers, Castel Durocher always serves homemade truffles with coffee and tea. Completely renovated in 1982, it is located in downtown Montreal and near shopping centers, bars, restaurants and nightlife.
This 19th-century Victorian lodge is located close to McGill University, museums, theaters, shopping and restaurants. It offers quiet surroundings and a friendly at-home atmosphere. Rooms range from very economical units with shared bathroom to a family two-bedroom suite. All rooms have televisions and telephones, and are individually decorated. Collectively, the multi-lingual staff is fluent in English, French, Spanish and German. Rooms and suites are available for use as meeting areas.