Located in the Gay Village, this B&B has been offering modern, comfortable and sound-proofed rooms at modest prices for ten years. Within a few minutes' walk are a number of restaurants, bars, nightclubs, saunas, gyms and specialty boutiques. The rooms, designed by decorator Robert Ste-Marie, include a loft with private living room and The Annexe, a separate two-floor apartment. All rooms have hardwood floors, exposed brick and antiques. There is also a terrace for private sunbathing.
This magnificent hotel, the oldest in the Ritz-Carlton chain, offers what are undoubtedly the city's most posh accommodations. Guests enter the opulent lobby, where men must wear jackets and ties, under a beautifully restored awning from Sherbrooke Street. Inside guests find flawless service, luxurious rooms of various sizes and no less than three Montreal institutions: the soothing bar, where many celebrities stop in for a drink; Les Jardins du Ritz, which is famous for its afternoon tea; and the Café de Paris, one of the city's best French restaurants.
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.
Set in a building that is more than a century old, Le Petit Hotel gives a glimpse of its vintage heritage through its stonework. Its modern rooms are cozy and inviting while being distinct at the same time. Ask their concierge to give you information of hidden gems that are waiting to explored or just check out famous attractions. Relish delicious food at their on-site cafe or unwind over a drink or two. You will surely be charmed by this lovely accommodation.
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.
This beautifully restored Old Montreal warehouse offers loft-style rooms with hardwood floors, exposed wooden beams and brick, and a relaxing atmosphere. Amid this old-world charm guests will find all the modern amenities: hot tubs, television, and air conditioning in each room. A rooftop terrace provides an incredible view over the area in summer, while one need go no further than the lobby to find one of Montreal's finest French restaurants Narcisse Bistro.
Le Saint-Sulpice Hotel is a chic hotel located in Old Montreal. The hotel offers an array of luxurious suites that make it the perfect destination for a romantic getaway or a relaxed family vacation. It's the extra touches like luxury toiletries from French beauty brand L'Occitane en Provence, soft bathrobes, plush bedding and Ipod docks that elevate the experience here. In-room spa treatments and massages are ideal to unwind after a hectic day. The award-winning restaurant, Sinclaire ensures a great culinary experience for culinary enthusiasts and in-suite fire-side dining is available on request. The family-friendly hotel also offers childcare services on request. For a pampering stay in the heart of the Old Town, Le Saint-Sulpice Hotel is a superb choice.
Celebrities Hotel is 10 minutes' walk from downtown Montreal. This historic boutique hotel offers a 24-hour front desk and free WiFi in every room. Each uniquely decorated guest room at the Celebrities Hotel features a microwave and refrigerator. Hotel Celebrities provides a continental breakfast and a 24-hour beverage station. The hotel also offers room service. The Celebrities is 15 minutes' walk from the Latin Quarter and Old Montreal. The Universite du Quebec a Montreal (University of Quebec Montreal) is 10 minutes' walk from the hotel.
Winner of the Torchbearer Award as one of the top hotels in the Holiday Inn stable, this property's design follows traditional feng shui. Designed with the business traveler in mind, rooms and suites include large desks, data ports, dual phone lines with voice mail, iron and ironing board, coffee maker and mini-bar. The hotel's Chez Chine restaurant serves traditional fine Chinese cuisine and delicious continental options. This is the closest hotel to the Palais des Congrès convention center.
This small European-style hotel is located close to the Palais des Congrès convention center, Old Montreal, and Chinatown. The well-preserved Victorian exterior contains newly renovated rooms with modern conveniences: all have en-suite bathrooms, cable and air conditioning. It is recommended by Guide du routard, Let's Go and Lonely Planet, and is loaded with simple, surprisingly affordable style. With rooms starting under CAD60, this is a great bargain in a slightly less touristed area of the city.