This penthouse-style hotel comprises the top two floors of the 17-story Place Bonaventure business and shopping complex and is linked by elevator to Montréal's underground city.
Located in Quartier des Spectacles, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Sainte-Catherine Street and University of Quebec-Montreal. Notre Dame Basilica and Bonsecours Market are also within 15 minutes. Champ-de-Mars Station is only a 4-minute walk and Saint Laurent Station is 7 minutes.
Located in Ville-Marie, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of The Underground City and Notre Dame Basilica. Place des Arts and Christ Church Cathedral are also within 15 minutes. Square Victoria Station is 5 minutes by foot and Place d'Armes Station is 5 minutes.
A Montréal landmark since 1958, this 21-floor hotel sits above the train station and is 0.5 km from the Bell Centre, and conveniently close to the underground city.
Located in the heart of Brossard, this hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of La Ronde Six Flags, Bell Centre, and Biosphere. Montreal Casino and Saint Joseph's Oratory are also within 12 mi (20 km).
Between Montreal's Old City and the Parc du Mont-Royal, this downtown hotel is 1 block from Saint Catherine Street, 3 blocks from Crescent Street and its nightlife, and a short walk from Bell Centre.
Hôtels Gouverneur Montréal is in the Latin Quarter, a 15-minute walk from the cobblestone streets of Old Montréal. The historic downtown offers shops, restaurants, and landmarks like Notre-Dame Basilica. Guests can also browse the shops lining Saint Catherine Street, a 10-minute drive.
This hotel is in the Chinese Quarter of downtown Montréal, less than 3 blocks from the city's convention center and Old Montréal.
This family-friendly hotel is located in Montreal (Ville-Marie), close to Martlet House, Les Cours Mont-Royal, and Eaton Centre. Also nearby are Quartier de Musee and The Underground City.
Overlooking Mount Royal Park, this elegant 28-story hotel is within walking distance of McGill University, Montréal's downtown business district, and Peel metro station. The Bell Centre is 3 blocks away.
Located in Ville-Marie, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of The Underground City and Bell Centre. Notre Dame Basilica and Christ Church Cathedral are also within 2 mi (3 km). Lucien L'Allier Station and Montreal Lucien-L'Allier Station are within a 5-minute walk.
This business-district hotel is 2 blocks from Sainte Catherine Street shopping and Bell Centre hockey and events; 2 Metro stations are nearby, and Mont Royal Park and Old Town are within 3 km (2 mi).
The superior room was too small with tub, so I had to pay and upgrade. I am not sure if the hotel worth $100 extra compared to other hotels nearby or old town. The bed was super comfortable. Staff also were super friendly and helpful. Resturante was good and reasonable .
Love this place - good breakfast, clean, classy, perfect location.
Walking distance to many restaurants, old Montréal. Staff very helpful. Room very comfortable. And clean
Staff were very helpful. Nice location hotel restaurant has great food and excellent French wine.
An urban gem within the province of Quebec, Montreal embodies old-world class and new-world excitement in perfect balance. It's good to arrive with French-English translation and metric conversion apps already installed on your smartphone, as well as a map of the Montreal Metro, the city's user-friendly subway system. Architectural beauties, joyful bustle, mouth-watering cuisine, an Olympic Stadium, and several outdoor pools and parks will soon win you over in Montreal. This city of 18th-century cobblestone streets, 21st-century urban style and numerous festivals and attractions translates its charms readily into a language of traveler enjoyment.
Montreal gave the world Cirque du Soleil; when you visit the city, you'll soon feel the spirit that nurtured such an innovative circus troupe living on in the many festivals.
If possible, time your visit to coincide with the 10-day, midsummer Montreal International Jazz Festivalthe world's biggest of its kind, during which large portions of the downtown area are closed to traffic to accommodate free outdoor performances. You can also purchase tickets to see some of the finest names in jazz at nearby indoor venues like Salle Wilfred-Pelletier at Place des Arts.
Another biggest-of-its-kind is the Montreal International Fireworks Competition that runs for more than a month during the summer. While you can pay for an ideal viewing spot at La Ronde, a Six Flags-owned amusement park on an island in the St. Lawrence River, you'll also have a spectacular outlook if you follow the locals to any of the free locations on either side of the river or on the Jacques Cartier Bridge, which closes to traffic. Add a splash of color to your trip at this fabulous night sky display.
With dozens of other festivals going on throughout the year, take your pick: the Just for Laughs Comedy Festival, the Montreal World Film Festival, plus many other surprising and often quirky choices are there for your entertainment.
The Montreal Botanical Garden, Planetarium, Biodome and Insectarium together form the largest grouping of natural history museums in Canada, and should be on every visitor's itinerary. They are set inside the old Olympic Stadium, where a tour allows guests to step inside the stands for an insight into the events, athletics, trade shows and concerts that have taken place on-site.
Combine a trip to St. Joseph's Oratory, Canada's largest church, with an exploration of Mount Royal park in the center of the city. Mount Royal was designed by 19th-century landscape architect Frederick Law Olmstead, creator of New York's Central Park and Boston's Emerald Necklace. Be sure to check out other famous churches such as Notre Dame Cathedral and the Cathedral of Marie-Reine-du-Monde as well as the Museum of Fine Arts on Sherbrooke Street West.
Within North America, only New York City has more restaurants per capita than Montreal, so plan to try everything from downtown cafes and breakfast spots to any of the superb bistros and restaurants lining the historic streets of Old Montreal. French-style pastries as well as poutinethe signature Quebecois snack consisting of French fries, gravy and cheese curdsare both essentials. Schwartz’s is a deli serving up original smoked meat, as it has for generations.
Outdoor dining is available throughout Montreal during the summer and is of the gracious, Parisian-inspired variety, complete with cloth linens and impeccable wait staff. You won't find just a few token tables squeezed onto sidewalks with traffic whizzing by; you'll instead discover a casually elegant, outdoor food culture. If you need to eat on the run, try a souvlaki or gyro wrap from any Greek eatery you happen to pass by.
If you want an authentic French experience, spring for accommodations in Old Montreal and enjoy the cobblestone streets, ornate wrought-iron trim, and historic stone architecture adorned with bright window boxes in summer. The Hotel Nelligan is a favorite in this district. Business travelers will appreciate the many fine downtown Montreal hotels, such as the Omni Mont-Royal on Sherbrooke Street, or the Loews Hotel Vogue on Rue de la Montagne.
If you're driving to Montreal between November and April, be sure to check weather reports for snowy or icy driving conditions. Off-season travel discounts during these months can be worth taking advantage of. The Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL) is located just 12 miles west of downtown and handles international flights to and from the Canadian city.