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.
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.
Since 1989, this hotel has looked over the lake of Deux-Montagnes, just off the island of Montreal. This breathtaking European-style chateau welcomes you with ultimate comfort, tranquility and elegance. Beautiful gardens overlook the lake and suites contain floral designs and mahogany furnishings. Each suite is equipped with three phones and two televisions and an integrated VCR. The restaurant promises exceptional continental dining with a wide variety of Northern Italian specialties carefully prepared to tantalize any palate.
For years this Marriott has been rated the city's top business hotel. It is conveniently located to take advantage of both train and expressway travel. 120 of the more than 600 rooms are specifically designed with the businessperson in mind: you'll find data ports, ergonomic desks and chairs, and free in-room coffee. Guest rooms include phone data ports, minibar and voice mail. It is only a few steps away from Old Montreal and is connected to the vast Underground City.
Located at the crossroads of Montreal's expressways, this elegant hotel offers both short-term and long-term accommodations. Mahjongg Restaurant offers traditional and contemporary Chinese cuisine to hotel guests. Amenities in each room include two data ports, hairdryers and free newspapers. A gift shop and a beauty parlor are also located on premises. For more information, check website or call toll free +1800 361 5419.
Featuring a restaurant and indoor rooftop pool, this Hilton hotel is located 3 minutes' walk from Place-des-Arts Metro Station. It offers spacious rooms with free WiFi. A 32-inch flat-screen cable TV with HBO is included in each contemporary room at Hilton Garden Inn Montreal. Each room has a microwave, refrigerator and coffee maker. A desk and chair are also included. Guests at Hilton Garden Inn Montreal Centre-Ville can workout in the well-equipped gym or relax in the sauna or hot tub. Café-Resto-Bar Circos serves a breakfast buffet along with lunch and dinner. Guests can purchase snacks and drinks at the Pavilion Pantry. Montreal Hilton Garden Inn is within 8 minutes' walk from Montreal Museum of Contemporary Art. Montreal’s Underground City is 500 metres away.
This ideally located hotel was renovated recently, and the result is some of the area's most spacious rooms at extremely reasonable prices. Each features a coffee maker (and daily coffee) and minibar, while business rooms and suites offer large desks, data ports and hot tubs. Aside from a pleasant décor and professional service, the hotel could otherwise be considered - no-frills. Zawedeh offers casual Lebanese fare, while Olio serves grilled sandwiches and excellent coffee.