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Sheraton Montreal Airport Hotel

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

The hotel has updated decor and is convenient to the airport. I ate at the lounge restaurant and the portions were sizable and delicious. I had French onion soup which was truly amazing. I definitely recommend that as well as the hummus plate. It was plenty and the hummus was quite good. The room was comfy, although it was a bit cold for someone not quite used to the chill of Montreal. I cranked the heat up and felt better. The fitness center was clean and had nice machinery which I used. Overall, the stay was quite good. The only drawback is for those who are light sleepers and would like to sleep in. The planes are very loud and audible since the airport is so close. I believe they mastered around 5am. Be prepared with earplugs. Otherwise, a great stay!

Nice Hotel, But there are a few things that need some Fixing!!! The Breakfast is not included, and if you want the regular buffet, it's expensive. The hallways to the rooms are somewhat dark. The paint in the ceiling of the shower is falling/cracked, and the the blackout is ripped. It's a bit far from the city and their van to the airport doesn't have a set schedule.

My hotel room was amazing nice size, clean, comfy bed. The only reason why I gave a review of 2 is because of the dining experience at the hotel at their restaurant eclipse. During the supper hours there was only 2 waiters for this busy time, so unfortunately the waiters were doing what the could but could not handle all there customers. Once seated it took approximately 15 mins before we were asked if we wanted something to drink. Wine was good, but then came the supper. I had ordered the macaroni which sounded amazing on the menu(3 cheese macaroni in a garlic sauce with crispy parmesan flakes. What I really got was white macaroni with marble cheese grated on top ... thats it. There was no taste whatsoever. I had ordered three spicy balls, and when the got to my table they were cold therefore i sent them back to the kitchen. When they were brought back i decided to trying and mash the balls into the macaroni to try and have some taste. Unfortunately the meat balls did not taste fresh, almost tasted like they were bought in some sort of frozen box then heated with tomato sauce. Very disappointed.

Had to stay here for business and it was not a good experience. The lobby is outdated. The service in the restaurant was miserable for breakfast/dinner and the food was subpar. The corridor to my room was dank and musty. I will not stay here again when I visit Montreal.

Lovely hotel. Good breakfast and clean warm rooms. Close proximity to the airport.Perfect for a 3 day stay visiting family. Only flaw was the massive amount of construction surrounding the hotel and the airport. Other than that a lovely stay.

They had brought it all together here at the Sheraton. Within 'spitting' distance of the airport, this gem is a great place to hunker down. We were there for a convention and their facilities were excellent. The airport shuttle is very efficient although one has to look closely for the 'Sheraton' logo as all I noticed when the vehicle drove up was that it read more like a parking lot shuttle versus the Sheraton. The rooms are very well appointed and very quiet. A great selection of amenities and the bed was very very comfortable. Add to that the lady who cleaned our room did an amazing job. Very thorough! Great to have a bar fridge as well. We had the opportunity to use the Club Room and the service and offerings there was first rate. Wi-fi was pretty good with reasonable speeds. Overall an excellent stay.

The Sheraton Montréal Airport hotel was convenient and comfortable for a 1-night stay corresponding with a business meeting in the St-Laurent/Dorval area. The room I was assigned had been renovated not too long ago and it meets a significant number of things I desire in a room. Many of these will be mentioned below but two of the top items are a comfortable bed and a well appointed work area. For the former, there's not much to say, the bed felt comfortable to me and I did not have to fight with the pillows to achieve a good sleeping position. The mattress was neither hard nor did it sag in the middle. It's not up to my mattress at home but that's not a fair standard. A couple of kudos and quibble about the bed area. On the plus side, it's good to see a nightstand on both sides of the bed. I've been to too many properties where there's only one and one of us needs to put our phone on the floor or to drag something over to put it on. On the quibble side, there's only one outlet in the lamp base and not very many nearby outlets otherwise. The alarm clock was unplugged when I entered the room and I presume it's because the previous occupant needed the outlet behind the headboard. The desk has a proper workstation chair with casters and adjustable height. A task area lamp is also nearby but, again, there are fewer outlets than expected. The worksurface height outlets we both in use, there were no available other sockets nearby other than the single socket in the base of the lamp. The desk also was home to the room telephone and it's a cordless device. No trouble with the WiFi, attaching multiple devices was straight forward and I had no service quality concerns. Last item, the worksurface is glass, I had something I could use for a mousepad as glass is not a good surface for optical computer mice. The room in general is reasonably spacious and in addition to the bed and desk, it houses an armchair and table. I normally take advantage of room armchairs for draping my trousers on and also when putting on my shoes. The room has a wall thermostat, it at 16C/61F when I entered the room and I reset it to 22C/72F. The unit was surprisingly quiet and efficient, the room got up to a more comfortable temperature quickly. Another nice aspect of the room in general is that the light bulbs are warm white (and not - thank goodness- cool white). The closet in the room houses the usual iron and ironing board and also is home to the in room safe. The hangers are good quality wood with a selection of regular, with clips and trouser bars. At the other end of the room is a unit with a coffee maker and packets of Starbuck's Pike Place blend and the in room fridge (no minibar contents). Between the two are the drawer unit upon which the flatscreen TV sits as well as the ice bucket and a complimentary bottle of water. Television viewing is a bit hit and miss, there are a combination of analog (some with poor signal) and HD channels. The set itself is a bit on the small side but again, it's a minor issue. The bathroom has been renovated, to hold a shower stall (no tub). It's pretty well done although I would have liked to have seen the shower head itself updated. The one in place allows a huge amount of water to flow but its in a very narrow cone. It's very different from the watersaving heads (even the rainshower heads) that I'm now used to. There were plenty of towels, and they're decent quality - nothing exceptional but competent. I also like that shower door also served as a towel rail, something that has gone missing from too many hotel bathrooms. Oh, the bathroom has a pocket door, I'm fine with it but this may be a challenge for some. A few last points about the bathroom, to the left of the mirror is a frosted glass panel that allows light between the bed area and the bathroom, it something I normally see in European properties. The sink and tap were nice although the sink in my room had a long crack in porcelin, no leaks but a bit unsightly. Lastly, the toiletries and soap were decent and there's a tray to hold the handsoap. Outside of the room, the hotel is a two storey circular affair and there's green common in the middle. The hallway down to my room seemed like a long walk but only relative to most other hotels. There's a spa and fitness center half way around from reception, I didn't get a chance to use either. Now that I'm thinking about outside the room, to my room door didn't close on its own. I had to pull/push it closed manually and only noticed when it didn't make the right noise. Not sure if all the room doors are like that by mine was. As mentioned by others, the hotel is very, very close to the airport. The means that the shuttle ride is very short but also that occassionally you hear planes taking off. As I recall there's a curfew at Montréal Trudeau airport and I didn't hear planes late into the the night. If you do drive, be prepared for two things. You have to pay for parking and have a GPS. On the former, it was $15/day with in and out privileges so long as you see the desk for an exit card. It's normal in the area, but nonetheless annoying, to have to pay for parking at the hotel. As for the GPS, it feels like the roads in and around the airport change every six months and it gets more convoluted every time a change is made. Coming in from Ontario on Aut-20, you have to navigate at least one round-about and then pick the right ramp and a couple of more unobvious turns to reach the hotel. If you don't have a GPS, better have a navigator and arrive in the daytime. The room rate was a bit higher than other area hotels but not so much of a premium that I would consider staying here again. Overall, the Sheraton is definitely among the top of places I've stayed in locally and would happily return.

The hotel is clean and reasonable. Beds were comfortable and the room well maintained. The rooms are far from the elevators - really far, at least on the second floor where I was. The convention centre is in the center, you have to walk through it to get to the hotel rooms. That was totally fine with me, but if you are with anyone who has mobility issues - elderly with walkers, strollers, wheelchairs, etc. - it's a long walk on thick carpet, and hard to roll heavy suitcases.

Pro Big rooms ,as usual in north america Furniture and interior basic but it works Well connected to airport with free shuttle service Staff helpful and well trained Cons Food is not good and expensive with no other option around you will be forced to eat in hotel A bit far from city

We stayed for one night. Our room had a nice comfy king size bed. I was able to drink Starbucks coffee that I brewed in my room with the coffeemaker. The staff was very nice and helpful. We asked for utensils in order to eat our takeout food and they provided us with everything we asked, even a corkscrew for our wine. The checkout time is 12 pm. They have a nice pool. You can also use the parking for 15$ additional and they have a shuttle to the airport. I would stay there again. The only negative thing would be the products they provide in the bathroom; the conditioner made my hair really dry so I would suggest to use your own products.

555 Boulevard McMillan Dorval QC

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Spa
  • Free airport shuttle

Located 2.4 mi (3.9 km) from CAE, Sheraton Montreal Airport Hotel is within a 15-minute drive of Golf Dorval. This 4-star hotel has 465 guestrooms and offers a full-service spa, an indoor pool, and a 24-hour fitness center. It's near the airport and also close to Bombardier Aerospace.


Enjoy a bite to eat at the hotel's restaurant, or relax with a drink at the bar/lounge. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room. Start each morning off right with full breakfast served for a fee.


All 465 air-conditioned rooms feature coffee makers, free bottled water, and laptop-compatible safes. 32-inch LCD TVs come with cable channels and pay movies, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries, and pillowtop beds with premium bedding and down comforters ensure a restful night. Other standard amenities include phones, ironing boards, and desks.

Property features

At Sheraton Montreal Airport Hotel, guests enjoy a full-service spa, an indoor pool, and a 24-hour fitness center. If you drive, self parking is CAD 15.00 per night, or you can take advantage of the free airport shuttle (available 24 hours). The front desk has multilingual staff standing by 24 hours a day to assist with dry cleaning/laundry and luggage storage. Other amenities at this spa hotel include a spa tub, a steam room, and free WiFi in public areas.

Room options

Room, 1 Queen Bed with Sofa bed, Accessible

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Club Room, Business Lounge Access

Full 2 | King 1 | Sleeps 2

Deluxe Room, Kitchenette

King 1 | Sleeps 2


King 1 | Sleeps 4

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

74% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 881 reviews