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Old Montreal's Best Hotels
Old Montreal hotels have a cachet like none other in North America, offering sights like a page from a picture book of the Old World's centuries old cobblestone roads and greystone buildings, balconies and baguettes reminiscent of what you'd find in Paris.
Keep reading to discover Old Montreal's finest accommodations, from chic-on-a-budget finds to some of the most luxurious rooms in the city.Continue to 2 of 14 below.
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Old Montreal Hotels: Hôtel Gault
Easily one of Montreal's best hotels, let alone one of Old Montreal's finest, Hôtel Gault's 4-star accommodations attracts 5-star feedback.
Gorgeous rooms and an amazing location on the west side of Old Montreal which equates to a reasonable walking distance to the downtown core, Hôtel Gault's 30 smoke-free guestrooms are just minutes from Old Montreal's main attractions including Pointe-à-Callière, Notre-Dame Basilica and boat spa Bota Bota.Continue to 3 of 14 below.
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Old Montreal Hotels: Le Petit Hôtel
Friends with no conflicts of interest have raved to me about Le Petit Hôtel, a charming Old Montreal boutique hotel close to everything in Old Montreal from Notre-Dame Basilica to the Old Port's Montreal Science Centre. The modern decor in its 28 guestrooms coupled with 24/7 access to coffee, tea and viennoiseries in the lobby might have something to do with it.
Of particular interest in warmer months is the boutique hotel's free bike-lending service to guests. Also a fabulous hotel to stay at for its proximity to the Montreal Fireworks Competition.Continue to 4 of 14 below.
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Old Montreal Hotels: Le Saint-James
Big spenders and luxury lovers will feel right at home at 5-star hotel Le Saint-James. A-list celebs certainly do.
With 60 guestrooms, spa services, healthclub access, childcare services and luxurious accommodations with an Old World feel, Le Saint-James also helps guests brave the elements in colder months with direct access to Montreal's underground city.Continue to 5 of 14 below.
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Old Montreal Hotels: William Gray
Meshing 18th century architecture with modern sensibilities, the William Gray incorporates a glass tower with Maison Edward-William-Gray and Maison Cherrier, two historic buildings in Old Montreal to make one of the neighborhood's latest boutique hotels an exciting blend of new and old.
Overlooking Old Montreal's Marché Bonsecours and the Old Port, William Gray features an upmarket grill restaurant, a rooftop terrace with an amazing view, childcare and babysitting services, and by 2017, a luxury spa and outdoor pool.Continue to 6 of 14 below.
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Old Montreal Hotels: LHotel
Accommodating for both business and pleasure, stylish Old Montreal medium-sized boutique hotel LHotel proposes a 24-hour business centre, childcare services as well as access to a fitness centre and library.
Owned by Guess denim brand founder George Marciano, the grounds, but two blocks from both the Notre-Dame Basilica and Montreal convention centre Palais des Congrès as well as Montreal's underground city, are peppered with contemporary art collected by Marciano.Continue to 7 of 14 below.
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Old Montreal Hotels: The W
Located right on the edge of Old Montreal, in the city's financial district south of downtown Montreal the W proposes a stylish stay and nightlife opportunities under one roof, with swank cocktail bars and the occasional VIP event passing through.
A 5- to 15-minute walk to virtually any Old Montreal attraction, from Notre-Dame Basilica to Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours to the Montreal Science Centre IMAX, the W is also conveniently located across the street from Montreal's metro system and underground city.Continue to 8 of 14 below.
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Old Montreal Hotels: Le Saint-Sulpice
With a dreamy location featuring Notre-Dame Basilica towering over its boutique hotel neighbor, Le Saint-Sulpice is conveniently located in the heart of Old Montreal, and just so that any attraction reached from its location would take about a five-minute stroll, give or take.
Whether heading to Marché Bonsecours, the Clock Tower Beach and Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours in the east, heading south to the Montreal Science Centre, north towards the Palais des congrès or going west towards Pointe-à-Callière, it's a fairly swift walk.Continue to 9 of 14 below.
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Old Montreal Hotels: Nelligan
Hôtel Nelligan offers a choice location smack in the middle of Old Montreal, with Marché Bonsecours, the Clock Tower Beach and Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours roughly 5 minutes away heading east, 3 minutes south is the Montreal Science Centre, 5 minutes north leads to Palais des congrès and five minutes west is Pointe-à-Callière.
With 105 guestrooms and two restaurants, one of which is popular in the local nightlife scene, and a stunning rooftop terrace, Hôtel Nelligan also proposes a fitness centre and conference centre on location.Continue to 10 of 14 below.
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Old Montreal Hotels: Auberge Bonaparte
Quaint and simple while perpetually elegant, Auberge Bonaparte is an Old Montreal hospitality star.
Situated in close proximity to Montreal's largest convention centre, Palais des congrès, Bonaparte is also well-situated for exploring Old Montreal by foot.Continue to 11 of 14 below.
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Old Montreal Hotels: SpringHill Suites by Marriott
Families will love SpringHill Suites by Marriott and its 124 guestrooms, all suites, from the hotel's kitchenettes to the childcare services to the indoor pool to the free breakfast buffet. It's one of the few hotels in Old Montreal that can truly accommodate small groups and families. Competitive rates too.Continue to 13 of 14 below.
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Old Montreal Hotels: Auberge du Vieux-Port
Gorgeous location overlooking the waters of the Old Port, Auberge du Vieux-Port is a traveler favorite, if only for its location and beautiful old world architecture and feel.
Its rooftop terrace is also one of the most incredible spots to catch the Montreal Fireworks Competition in the summer or to catch Christmas fireworks and New Year's Eve fireworks in the winter.Continue to 14 of 14 below.
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Old Montreal Hotels: MORE
Looking for more hotel options in Montreal? Consider checking in to Montreal's best boutique hotels. Some are in Old Montreal.
There are also great hotels near Montreal convention centre Palais des congrès. Incidentally, the convention centre is literally one street away from the border of Old Montreal. Families and people with impaired mobility will especially appreciate accommodations on Page 7 of that list.
Attending the Montreal Jazz Festival? You'll love these Montreal Jazz Festival hotels. Most are located in the heart of downtown Montreal.