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Hotel St Paul

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Relaxing respite in ideal location. Superlative staff. Great recommendations for restaurants. So helpful.

My husband and I had a great stay. The room was large and quiet. The restaurant on the premise had terrific meals and service. The staff were very helpful.

Very nice, clean, modern, stylish, beautiful hotel. Great location, comfy bed, great restraunt.

It is an historic hotel in old Montreal. Good location. We feel that it is too expensive for the value. Bad mattress.

Great hotel! Lovely room and super romantic! My only complain is that the bath robs were not soft at all!

The hotel was more than expected. The staff was friendly and helpful. The only hiccup was that my business partner was charged for his room on his own card, that we now have to work to get off.

Great room. Not much else to the hotel. Valet was confusing. There is no sign or room to pull up. The valet is really just the main entrance, but often there is no one standing there for assistance and cars parked in front of the building. The restaurant attached looked nice, although we did not eat there. Its in a great location. Not sure I would stay again based on price and lack of other hotel amenities.

The posted price for rooms at the St Paul was three times what I paid for my trip, and it's worth it! Our room had a weird, rustic-modern sexy vibe, if that's a thing. Sumptuous bed and pillows, huge tub (no dry islands of skin!), extremely attentive staff, location close to a metro stop. Would absolutely book again.

very nice boutique hotel in the heart of old montreal

I will stay at the St Paul Hotel again on my return to Montreal.

From the moment we arrived until the moment we left (both moments made fun and easy by the well dressed, easy going doorman) we had a great time. The modern stylin' decor is a great contrast to the fine old building housing the hotel. There is a great bar on the first floor. Breakfast was good. The room had dark wood floors and soft lighting. When we got off the elevator he hallway was moody and sexy with red lights. I especially liked the salt block light in our room. The bed was very comfortable and the room climate easy to control. We repeatedly walked the couple kilometers of restaurants, bars, galleries and shops around the hotel; it was great fun. We had good food at three area spots. Good times at the Red Piano on Saturday night. Jazz pianist and then a jazz/rock group. I spend maybe seventy nights a week in hotels in Asia, the US and elsewhere; some are much more expensive and some much cheaper. I would stay in this hotel at any opportunity. Also, everyone in the area spoke beautiful, fluid French. I don't. My wife does. Everyone we met cheerfully

very friendly and willing to help foreigners speak English very accomodating internet included, excellent value


A 3 star yes but definetely not a 4 star and not worth the money we spent on the rooms. 1. Not clean and cleaning lady did not take my orange juice cup that I had left from the morning until the next day. 2. Ironing board bad quality and broken fell on my foot. 3. Mattress cheap not the luxury style. 4. Breakfast. self-service! And very little variety. 5. Staff with attitude not friendly at all. 6. Porter watched me as I struggled with my suitcase up the stairs at the entrance and did not bother to help. 7. Rooms very stern and not functional at all/nor practical. 8. Side table wall lamp too far from bed almost fell over turning it off before sleeping. 9. Bathrooms no cotton buds/amenities. 10. They did not turn down the room the first night. 11. Doors of the room slam so you will be woken up at 3 am when people come back from parties. 12. Internet not working in the room as wireless.

My husband and I made a mini-road trip from Southern New England to visit Montreal for the first time. (We loved the city.) We booked the most basic room at the hotel and were very happy with the size and cleanliness. The mattress was very very firm. For this reason, we will likely try another hotel when we go back. The decor of the hotel was interesting, dark (literally) but we thought it was fun if a little tired. The things we thought were great about the hotel were 1) the location very easy walking to the waterfront, Notre Dame, etc. 2) breakfast included offered fruit, breads, cheese, hard boiled eggs, yogurt, granola, coffee, and juice: a great deal! We would recommend this hotel ONLY if you enjoy a very, very firm mattress.

This was my first trip to Montreal, but I had the benefit of staying at several locations on my trip. Hotel St. Paul's location was convenient for walking to touristy areas in old town (5 minutes to Notre-Dame), without having to be located in such a noisy touristy congested area. Wireless was complementary. The breakfast was pleasant and very nice for being continental and was located in a room pleasantly lit with sunlight from large windows. If you want a 4 star hotel slightly closer to old town, I'd recommend Auberge Bonaparte. Although it is noisier, less trendy and older than Hotel St. Paul, it is around the corner from Notre-Dame and is quite nice.

The St. Paul was a great hotel experience. I must admit I am a traveler with high expectations and travel quite frequently in the US and Europe. The staff was very polite and helpful. We were traveling via motorcycle from the States and they insisted we park our motorcycle inside the hotel on their loading dock so that the bike would be secure. Also, anytime we had questions about where to tour or eat, they were always willing to offer ideas and showed us on a map where to go to get our destination. The rooms were all white, very modern (no pictures on the wall just a large mirror on the floor) and very clean. The bathroom was very clean (not large but nice with a good shower) and I liked having a mini bar stocked with beverages at all times. The bed was comfortable and the room was quiet; we did not have much of a view but the location, being right in Old Montreal was perfect if you want to be in that area. However, Rue Sainte Catherine was a $10 cab fare with tip if you wanted to get near the shopping, restaurants and bars/clubs. There was a trendy bar and restaurant in the St. Paul, we only had drinks but it was a cool place to chill. Overall, I would recommend this hotel to anyone who wants to stay in a clean and modern hotel in a great location in Montreal.

355 McGill Montreal QC

Room options

Junior Suite, 1 Queen Bed with Sofa bed

Queen 1 | Sleeps 3

Superior Room, 1 King Bed

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Superior Room, 2 Double Beds

Full 2 | Sleeps 4

Deluxe Suite, 1 King Bed with Sofa bed

King 1 | Sleeps 3