Feb 25, 2020 - Feb 26, 2020
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Where to Stay in Montreal
In general, wherever you choose rest your head in Montreal you will never be far from access to public transport – metro stops are far and wide – and will be in close proximity to some of the city’s shopping areas, parks, tourist attractions, restaurants and nightlife options. Two of the most popular areas to stay are Old Montreal and Downtown Montreal where luxury and less expensive hotels are readily accessible. If you're travelling further afield there are numerous car rental options in Montreal.
Downtown Montreal Hotels
Day or night, downtown Montreal is a vibrant part of the city with hotels aplenty, many of which enjoy views of the mountains in the north and south towards the river.
An all-suite hotel, Le Crystal is perfectly placed in terms of access to Montreal’s public transport links, while tourist attractions such as the Bell Center and the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts are nearby. The luxury suites are among the biggest in the city and provide a perfect base for visitors looking to discover more of Montreal.
The Manoir Sherbrooke is close to Notre Dame Basilica and Christ Church Cathedral and provides a breakfast each morning. Complimentary Wi-Fi is also available.
On the cheaper side of hotel accommodation in the city, the international youth hostel Le Gîte du Plateau Mont Royal accommodates both groups and single travellers. The hostel is very close to a number of attractions including Old Montreal, Mount Royal, restaurants, clubs, cafes and bars.
Old Montreal Hotels
A picturesque kaleidoscope of color, charm and history, Old Montreal offers a different insight to the city, namely one less fast-paced and more bohemian. A place where art galleries and achingly cool boutiques live comfortably alongside high-class restaurants and a healthy selection of nightlife options. The buildings are an attraction in themselves and who can resist the occasional delight of a horse-drawn carriage?
An all-suite, four-star boutique hotel, Le Saint Sulpice can be found close to the Notre Dame Basilica just one block from the Old Port with many shops, restaurant and galleries within walking distance.
Perfectly placed for access to a host of shopping, entertainment and dining attractions, the InterContinental is a stunning mix of contemporary design and classic heritage delivering first-class service to business guests and vacationers.
At the lower end of the price scale for the area, the welcoming Hotel Champ de Mars can be found tucked away among the historic buildings by the gateway to Old Montreal and affords reasonably priced accommodation and dining options.
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I was positively surprised by the beauty of Montreal. Initially I went to visit some family, but ended up falling in love with the city. It has so much to offer, be it for art lovers, foodies, or outdoors lovers. Most importantly I appreciated the layed back people, so welcoming and empathetic. I would definitely revisit now that I know my bearings in the city.
love the local french culture, great restaurant for an amazing price. Love the "vieux Montreal" and the "Mont Royal" park.
A city with so much to offer in both culture and entertainment. With a great nightlife, fantastic history and world-class food, you will certainly find yourself immersed in a different world, all while in Canada.
A unique blend of Paris and NYC. Great bagels, poutine, shopping, and cobblestone old town!