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The Ritz Carlton, Montreal
This classic grande dame of Montréal has been impressing guests ever since Liz Taylor and Richard Burton got married here...
Hotel Le Germain Montreal
This stylish hotel boasts luxurious rooms with dark wood details (headboard, wood blinds), cream-colored walls, sheer curtains and artful lighting...
Housed in two restored buildings and named in honor of Québec’s most famous and tragic poet, Émile Nelligan, m woods, original details (like exposed brick or stone in some rooms) and luxurious fittings (down comforters, wi-fi, high-quality bath produc...
Hotel Le St. James Montreal
Housed in the former Merchants Bank, the Hôtel Le St-James is a world-class establishment...
The Gault delivers both beauty and comfort in its 30 spacious rooms. The lovely heritage building figures in some rooms, with exposed-stone walls, though for the most part the Gault boasts a fashion-forward, contemporary design...
Hotel Pierre Du Calvet
The heritage hotel experience par excellence! This historic landmark in Old Montréal was built right into the city defense walls in 1725, and staying here is like stepping back in time: massive stone fireplaces with original carvings, gilded picture f...
Hotel Place D'armes
Spread among three regal buildings on the edge of Place d’Armes, this luxury hotel has earned many admirers for its stylish rooms, excellent service and historic location in Old Montréal...
Hotel Le Roberval
Quartier Latin & the Village
On the southern edge of the Quartier Latin, no-frills Roberval has dated doubles with either carpeting or tile floors and the usual features (coffeemaker, satellite TV, mini-refrigerator). There’s also a work desk and free internet access...
Anne Ma Soeur Anne Hotel Studio
These smart, fully equipped studios fill a valuable niche in the Plateau...
Sofitel Montreal Golden Mile
Yet another solid link in the French luxury chain (and the only Sofitel in Canada), this hotel has stylish, modern rooms and a European feel...
Hotel St Paul
The lobby here greets you with a fireplace flickering inside a wall of glowing alabaster – which is a fine introduction to this swanky beaux-arts hotel...
Armor Manoir Sherbrooke
This engaging conversion of two fine Victorian houses is replete with atmosphere. Its 30 rooms range from small standards to spacious deluxes...
Hotel Casa Bella
This intimate greystone along busy Rue Sherbrooke offers humble, simply furnished rooms with frilly touches. Rooms in front are bright but open onto a noisy street. Cleanliness is an issue in some rooms, so have a look before committing...
In an excellent location on lively Rue St-Denis, the Kutuma has the feel of a boutique hotel. Cozy, well-maintained rooms feature safari-theme decor, including animal-print fabrics, potted palms and colorful artwork on the walls...
Hilton Montreal Bonaventure
This is your standard business Hilton with deluxe amenities, but the best part is arguably the panoramic view of downtown. All rooms have on-command movies, mahogany furniture, marbled bathrooms and large working areas...
Set in a minimalist art-nouveau building, this new designer hotel features sleek, ultramodern rooms with all the trappings of luxury...
Loews Hotel Vogue
This upmarket hotel has managed to blend French-empire style with modern luxury...
Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth
This is the crème de la crème of Montréal business hotels, with over 1000 tastefully renovated rooms and suites...
Quartier Latin & the Village
This modern high-rise is a heartbeat away from the nightlife of Rue St-Denis. Furnishings are tasteful and contemporary in its 154 rooms, with big comfy beds and in-room movies. It lies along busy Rue Berri. Wi-fi costs extra.
Le Saint Sulpice Hotel Montreal
There is a deep vein of fierce competition that runs right through the cobblestone streets of Old Montreal, pitting boutique hotel against boutique hotel in a vicious battle for first place...
Hôtel De L'institut (Ithq)
Set in a sleek modern glass cube, this recently renovated hotel is run as a training center for the Québec tourism and hotel board. The 42 rooms are spacious and comfortable, and all have tiny balconies – some offering decent views...
Le Petit Hotel Montreal
This small, 24-room boutique hotel dispenses with the inflated talk of ‘superiors’ and ‘deluxes’. Instead, Le Petit Hôtel uses small, medium, large and extra large to describe its four room classes – which are indeed identical save for the size...