Plan Your Next Stay Near Old Montreal at InterContinental Montreal

The InterContinental Montreal has a lot to offer visitors looking for mid- to upper scale accommodation in Montreal. Rated four-star by the Canadian Auto Association and on Trip Advisor and Expedia, the InterContinental Montreal has many benefits including a prime, convenient location, spacious rooms, fine views and competitive rates.

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Where Is the Intercontinental Montreal?

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The InterContinental Montreal has an excellent location - bordering Old Montreal and the downtown - for visitors who want to explore the city. Across the street from the InterContinental Montreal is the Montreal Convention Centre as well as two subway stops that connect to the city's underground walking path.

Address: 360 Saint-Antoine Street West Montréal, Québec, H2Y 3X4

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Reasons to Stay at the Intercontinental Montreal

The InterContinental Montreal lobby

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  • Prime location where downtown Montreal meets Old Montreal. You're a block or two away from Notre Dame Basilica and the heart of the old city.
  • Easy access to two metro stops, both of which connect to miles of underground walking paths full of shops, restaurants and attractions. Great escape from the cold of the Montreal winter and inclement weather.
  • Excellent 4-star value in a city where accommodation can gobble up a huge part of your budget.
  • Pool and gym (though both small)
  • Hotel occupies top floors of office building, which makes for less noise and better views.
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What to Love About the Rooms at the Intercontinental Montreal

Standard guest room

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  • Spacious guest rooms with a traditional yet updated décor.
  • Huge windows offer panoramic views of Old Montreal, the Old Port and the Saint Lawrence River.
  • Plump comfortable beds are dressed with crisp white linens, king size pillows and a wisp of heritage in the red velvet accent pillows and oversized studded white leather headboards.
  • An abundance of conveniently placed outlets in guest rooms
  • Large flat screen TV and iPod docking station
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Room Rates at the InterContinental Montreal

An intimate standard room at the InterContinental Montreal starts at about CDN $250.00. Room rates tend to go up on the weekend.

Remember to ask about special rates for seniors, CAA/AAA members, corporate members, or government employees.

Check availability at the InterContinental Montreal's website.

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Additional Costs

  • Careful not to wrack up additional costs. WiFi is not free in guest rooms, even if you sign up for the loyalty program. You'll also get dinged for local calls.
  • Breakfast is available in the InterContinental Montreal restaurant but is pricey.
  • Self-serve parking costs less than valet, but you won't have in-and-out privileges.
  • Goods and services are subject to taxes in Quebec, so don't be shocked when your hotel, shopping and dining bills are almost 15% more than listed.
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Tips for Staying at the InterContinental Montreal

Don't be afraid to ask questions about the hotel room you book. Ask if it has been recently renovated or what the options are for your view. Try to get a corner room on a higher floor for more space, less traffic noise and a better view.

Especially if travelling with children, upgrading to the club or lounge level rooms is worth it. For $40 - $60 more, you can have access to a comfortable lounge, free WiFi, complimentary hors d'oeuvres and breakfast.

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While You're in the Area....

Step outside the InterContinental Montreal and you are in Old Montreal, one of North America's most unique and historic neighborhoods. Delve into Montreal's fascinating history first-hand by following the self-guided walking tour on the Old Montreal website.

Don't waste a single meal when you're in Montreal - the food is too good. A solid choice near the InterContinental Montreal is Le Gros Jambon for breakfast or lunch. For dinner, try Holder on McGill, or splurge at Le Club Chasse et Pêche.

A 10-minute walk away is Pointe-à-Callière, Montreal's museum of archaeology and history built upon a complex of actual archaeological digs and exhibiting the relics and artifacts of Montreal through the ages.

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