Montreal Boutique Hotels

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    Montreal's Best Boutique Hotels

    Montreal boutique hotels that are the best of the best?
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    Montreal boutique hotels. They're stylish, they're sleek and they're often luxurious. And they're everywhere. No surprise coming from a UNESCO city of design, the only one in Canada.

    Among Montreal's standouts? Keep reading to discover Montreal's top-rated boutique hotels, polished, well-situated and perfect temporary homes for design-minded travelers intent on a restful stay and top service.

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    Montreal Boutique Hotels: Hôtel Gault

    Montreal boutique hotels among the best include Hôtel Gault.
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    Lauded as one of Montreal's best boutique hotels, Old Montreal's Hôtel Gault proposes contemporary decor in its 30 smoke-free guestrooms, access to a 24-hour fitness center, computer stations, and other amenities expected from a 4-star hotel. 

    Check guest reviews and prices for Hôtel Gault on TripAdvisor.

    Hôtel Gault is located on the western side of Old Montreal, within walking distance of Palais des congrès, the Bell Centre, and downtown Montreal as well as an assortment of Old Montreal attractions, from the Montreal Science Centre to Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours Chapel.

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    Montreal Boutique Hotels: Le Petit Hôtel

    Old Montreal hotels worth a stay include Le Petit Hôtel.
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    Le Petit Hôtel is the little hotel that could, a 28-room 3-star accommodation dream for tighter budgets who still want a top-tier boutique hotel experience in the heart of Old Montreal. 

    Check guest reviews and prices for Le Petit Hôtel on TripAdvisor.

    In addition to beautifully-decorated rooms, guests have 24/7 access to coffee, tea and viennoiseries as well as bicycles for touring the city. One of Montreal's finest boutique hotels, without a doubt, right along rue Saint-Paul Ouest's iconic cobblestones. A stone's throw from Pointe-à-Callière and Notre-Dame Basilica

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    Montreal Boutique Hotels: Le Saint-James

    Montreal boutique hotels worth booking include Le Saint-James.
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    A 5-star Old Montreal boutique hotel, Le Saint-James is a celebrity magnet offering one of the city's most luxurious accommodations. 

    Check guest reviews and prices for the Le Saint-James on TripAdvisor.

    One the edge of Montreal's financial district and Old Montreal, Le Saint-James is beautifully situated to explore the city by foot, within comfortable, albeit uphill walking distance of downtown Montreal and directly connected to Montreal's underground city.

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    Montreal Boutique Hotels: Le Germain

    Montreal boutique hotels among the best include Le Germain.
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    One of Montreal's larger boutique hotels with 101 rooms, Le Germain offers luxury and personalized service at a 4-star level, with requisite fine dining, spa services, 24/7 business centre access and a fitness room on location. The hotel is even pet-friendly, offering ''doggy essentials'' on request.

     Check guest reviews and prices for the Le Germain on TripAdvisor. 

    Located in the heart of downtown Montreal, Le Germain is within walking distance of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, the Montreal Redpath MuseumMontreal's chief downtown movie theatre and the downtown core's string of underground city shopping centres.

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    Montreal Boutique Hotels: Renaissance Montreal Downtown

    Montreal boutique hotels worth considering include Renaissance Montreal Downtown.
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    Superbly situated in downtown Montreal, Renaissance is a large 4-star boutique hotel with 142 rooms a quick street cross from Montreal's underground city and one of the best bird's eye views of the city.

    Check guest reviews and prices for Renaissance Montreal  Downtown on TripAdvisor.

    It's also a quick walk to Place des Festivals, the epicentre of Montreal's largest outdoor festivals include the Montreal Jazz Festival and Just for Laughs. Childcare services, a rooftop terrace and outdoor pool as well as a business centre and 24/7 health club facilities are available on location.

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    Montreal Boutique Hotels: William Gray

    Montreal boutique hotels worth a visit include William Gray.
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    One of Montreal's newest, freshest, most nightlife-laden boutique hotels couldn't have asked for a better location, one with a view overlooking Old Montreal's Marché Bonsecours and the Old Port. 

    Check guest reviews and prices for William Gray on TripAdvisor.

    A quick walk to Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours as well as the Montreal Science Centre, William Gray features 127 smoke-free guestrooms, upmarket grill restaurant Maggie Oakes, a rooftop terrace, healthclub and later in 2017, a luxury spa and pool will be added to the mix.

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    Montreal Boutique Hotels: LHotel

    Montreal boutique hotels worth a stay include LHotel.
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    In an old building erected circa 1870 now owned by contemporary art collector and Guess denim label founder George Marciano, LHotel proposes a stylish stay in one of its 56 guestrooms located two blocks away from Notre-Dame Basilica, Montreal convention centre Palais des Congrès and Montreal's underground city.

    Check guest reviews and prices for LHotel on TripAdvisor.

    All-day complimentary coffee and flavored water, a 24-hour business centre, childcare services and a fitness centre are also available on location.

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    Montreal Boutique Hotels: ALT

    Montreal boutique hotels worth checking out include ALT hotel.
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    Located in the rapidly gentrified Griffintown, a once industrial zone turned posh and trendy neighborhood in the span of less than a decade, ALT Hotel is south of downtown, a stone's throw from the Lachine Canal, and a 10-minute walk to Old Montreal.

    Check guest reviews and prices for ALT Hotel Montreal Griffintown on TripAdvisor.

    Marketed as affordable luxury with promised flat rates year round, ALT features 154 sleek and modern yet pared down rooms, one of Montreal's largest boutique hotels. And it's pet-friendly. Chic, but basic.

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    Montreal Boutique Hotels: The W

    Montreal boutique hotels to check in include the W.
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    With 152 sleek and stylish guestrooms, the W proposes both restful accommodations and nightlife potential under one roof, with two gorgeous cocktail bars open to guests while attracting locals at the same time. Spa services as well as fitness and business centres are provided on location.

    Check guest reviews and prices for W Montreal on TripAdvisor.

    Located at the confluence of Montreal's financial district and Old Montreal just south of downtown, cross the street for direct access to Montreal's metro system and underground city.

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    Montreal Boutique Hotels: Le Saint-Sulpice

    Montreal boutique hotels include Le Saint-Sulpice.
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    With 108 guestrooms and Notre-Dame Basilica as a neighbor, Le Saint-Sulpice and surrounding cobblestones are especially suited for tricking travelers into thinking they're staying in Europe, not North America. 

    Check guest reviews and prices for Le Saint-Sulpice on TripAdvisor.

    On business? Benefit from Le Saint-Sulpice's 24-hour business centre and close proximity to Montreal convention centre Palais des Congrès and Montreal's underground city. The only hiccup here is a lack of health club facilities.

    On vacation? You're five minutes away from Marché Bonsecours, the Clock Tower Beach and Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours in the east, heading south is the Montreal Science Centre, and west leads towards Pointe-à-Callière.

    And the hotel is pet-friendly.