GoWestIsland
       Living.com



Gault

 

Old Montreal Hotel Nelligan

Old Montreal Hotel Le Saint-Sulpice

Old Montreal Hotel LHotel

OLD MONTREAL HOTELS

Welcome to the Old Montreal Hotels section! Here you will find some of the best hotels Old Montreal has to offer. If you enjoy the beautiful architecture of Old Montreal, than you won’t be disappointed. Our Old Montreal Hotels section will be the place to find that perfect getaway, for business or pleasure! Many of our hotels featured are lodged in Old Montreal Landmarks, like the Hotel Place d’Armes and Hotel XIXieme Siècle just to name a few. You can expect to be impressed with a contemporary look to your room. A mix of modern and spectacular bricked walls adds to the warmth at many Old Montreal Hotels.

Hotel Nelligan

Old Montreal's Hotel Nelligan was the Traveller's Choice 2009 award winner, and for good reason. This luxury hotel envelops you in old world European charm from the moment you step inside its front doors. The stone and brick walls (much of which is original structure from circa 1850) are engraved with verses from Émile Nelligan, one of Quebec's greatest poets—a romantic legend. Read more...

               
  Old Montreal Hotels   Nelligan
100 St-Paul W.
Montreal, Qc, H2Y 1Z3
514.788.4000

Housed within four 19th-century buildings along historic Saint-Paul Street, Hôtel Nelligan’s 44 rooms, 59 suites and 2 penthouses offer boutique comfort, luxurious amenities and celebrated concierge services 24/7.   Old Montreal Hotels  
Old Montreal Hotels Nelligan Signature Page | Web Site | Review | Check Availability More Info
               
  Old Montreal Hotels   Auberge du
Vieux-Port

97 de la Commune E.
Montreal, Qc
514.876.0081
No other harbourage encapsulates the island’s artistry, history and old-city spirit like Auberge du Vieux-Port. The 45-room treasure box reaches back to 19th-century Montreal with its original brick walls and classic furnishings.   Old Montreal Hotels  
Old Montreal Hotels Auberge du Vieux-Port Signature Page | Web Site | Check Availability More Info
               
  Old Montreal Hotels   Place d'Armes
55 St-Jacques W.
Montreal, Qc, H2Y 3X2
514.842.1887

Bordering Old Montreal and the city’s center, Le Place d’Armes Hôtel & Suites is housed in three gorgeous, 19th-century buildings. Inside, rooms boast original stone and brick walls and are equipped with plush goose down duvets and pillows.   Old Montreal Hotels  
Old Montreal Hotels Place d'Armes Signature Page | Web Site | Review | Check Availability More Info
               
  Old Montreal Hotels   Le Petit Hotel
168, rue Saint-Paul Ouest,
Montréal, QC, H2Y 1Z7
514.940.0360


Perched on centuries-old Saint-Paul Street is a little hotel with a whole lot of character. Its 24 luxury rooms come in 4 sizes: S, M, L and XL. They’re all spacious and offer the perfect splashes of style and playfulness.   Old Montreal Hotels  
Old Montreal Hotels Le Petit Hotel Signature Page | Web Site | Check Availability More Info
               
  Hotel InterContinental Montreal   InterContinental Montréal
360 St. Antoine Street West
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 3X4
514.987.9900

Bienvenue to the InterContinental Montréal! This 4-star (4 green keys) hotel is ideally located at the gateway of Old Montreal and the downtown core, twenty minutes from Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL).    
Hotel InterContinental Signature Page | Web Site | Check Availability More Info
               
  Old Montreal Hotels   Hôtel Le Saint-Sulpice
414, rue Saint-Sulpice
Montréal, Qc, H2Y 2V5
514.288.1000

Located in the heart of Old Montreal, this 108 all-suite boutique hotel takes great pleasure in offering personalized service and exceptional comfort.   Old Montreal Hotels  
Old Montreal Hotels Le Saint-Sulpice Signature Page | Web Site | Check Availability
More Info
               
  Le Westin Montreal Hotel   Le Westin Montreal
270 Saint-Antoine O.
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 0A3
1.866.716.8101


A triumphant marriage of old-world charm and modern design, Le Westin Montreal features a sleek, 23-story tower and three beautifully restored historic buildings—a perfect reflection of our location between Old Montréal and the business district.    
Le Westin Montreal Signature Page | Web Site | Check Availability More Info
               
  Old Montreal Hotels   Hotel Gault
449 Rue Sainte-Hélène
Montreal, QC H2Y 2K9
514.904.1616

In the historic quarter of Vieux Montréal, behind the 18th-century stone facade of a former carpet factory, you'll find one of the most modern hotels in North America.   Old Montreal Hotels  
Montreal Boutique Hotels | Hotel Gault Signature Page | Web Site | Check Availability More Info
               
  Le Sunset Suites Montreal   Auberge Bonsecours
353, St-Paul E.
Montreal QC H2Y 1H3
514.396.2662


A beautiful 3 star auberge in the heart of Old Montreal! Right across the street from the famed Bonsecours Market, Auberge Bonsecours Bed & Breakfast is the perfect base from which to set out on your exploration of the city.    
Auberge Bonsecours Signature Page | Web Site | Check Availability More Info
               
    Auberge de la
Place Royale

115 rue de la Commune O.
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2C7 T:514.287.0522
It is with a great pleasure that we invite you to stay at Auberge de la Place Royale. This hotel was a very appreciated and well run establisment for a long time. Lots of charm, only twelve rooms in a romantic historic monument. Just what you needed with a friendly service.    
Auberge de la Place Royale Signature Page | Web Site | Check Availability More Info
               
  Old Montreal Hotels   Hotel St.Paul
355 McGill
Montréal, Qc, H2Y 2E8
514.380.2222

The Hotel St.Paul places the trendiest of Montreal at your doorstep. Located in fashionable Old Montreal, guests live amidst the old city’s joie-de-vivre and urban views.   Old Montreal Hotels  
Old Montreal Hotels St.Paul Signature Page | Web Site | Check Availability More Info
               

Old Montreal Hotels Schedule, What to do this Holiday Season

Old Montreal hotels are your gateway to getting in the holiday season spirit! Just steps from the heart of winter holiday season celebrations, Old Montreal hotels will put you in the center of the holiday season festivities as only Old Montreal hotels can!

Montreal glows during the holiday season. From the twinkling lights decorating the Old Montreal hotels to the holiday season colours adorning the horse-drawn calèches, December transforms the Old Port into a winter wonderland season of yore. From your cozy Old Montreal hotel room, the sound of horses’ hooves over snowy cobblestones will make you forget you’re still in North America…or even in this century! Using your Old Montreal hotel as a home base, you’ll easily access myriad indoor and outdoor holiday season activities.

If your idea of experiencing the winter holiday season is to see snow fall gently on the other side of the window of your Old Montreal hotel, try people watching while having a festive drink or hot cocoa in the cozy lobby of any Old Montreal hotel, many featuring crackling fireplaces to get you into the spirit of the holiday season.  There are plenty of other indoor attractions available, most a short jaunt from Old Montreal hotels. A few suggestions:

Pointe-à-Callière Museum of Archaeology: Who is the Real Santa Claus?

Who brings Christmas to your home (or to your home-away-from-home at one of the Old Montreal hotels)? Depending on where you live, the holiday season might bring Melchior, Babushka, Black Peter…or, of course, Santa Claus! Listen to each character tell their tale about holiday season celebrations in their corner of the world, then decide which one is the “real deal”! This delightful museum is located in the central part of the Old Port—easily accessible from many Old Montreal hotels.  

Exhibition of Santa Clauses

In the district’s northwestern end— an easy walk from many Old Montreal hotels—the World Trade Center of Montreal features a holiday season showcase of the many faces of Santa Claus, from Ol’ St-Nick to the tech-savvy Santa of today. And don’t miss the gigantic Christmas tree and the 20-foot-high holiday season chandelier that can be seen in the Ruelle des Fortifications—not that you could; they’re both so big, it’s surprising you can’t see them from your Old Montreal hotel! 

Santa vs. the Snowman 3D

Just a short stroll from your Old Montreal hotel to the quays is the Montreal Science Center and its animated 3D holiday season film. A snowman who’s lost his way stumbles upon Santa’s village. His envy over the hustle and bustle of joyful festivities leads him to try and steal the villagers’ Christmas spirit (spoiler alert: he finds his holiday season spirit and friendships along the way).  This Jimmy Neutron creation is sure to help people of all ages discover their holiday season spirit!

If, to you, the holiday season is synonymous with snow and fresh air, then the great outdoors will beckon you from your Old Montreal hotel with too many activities to mention. Here are a few:

International Traditional Christmas Village

Centrally located and an easy stroll from most Old Montreal hotels, this holiday season favourite is a visual and gastronomic delight! Enjoy holiday season customs, food, and drink from around the world, starting with Alsace—this year’s guest of honour—and continuing with shacks representing traditions from Russia, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, and Quebec (of course)! Be sure to buy some fortified wine (including Quebec “Caribou”) to sip back at home…or from one of our Old Montreal hotels! 

Montreal Christmas Fireworks 
This yearly holiday season tradition lights up the Saturday night skies above the Old Montreal hotels throughout December with the TELUS Fire on Ice fireworks. Choreographed to music, they are a holiday season must-see for locals and visitors alike. The shows are at the Bonsecours Basin, easily accessible from numerous Old Montreal hotels, and usually start at 8:00 PM and last from 15 to 30 minutes—just long enough to make you look forward to a short stroll back to your Old Montreal hotel for a late dinner.  

Bonsecours Basin Skating Rink

Skate and take in the fireworks at the same time! The Old Port’s famous outdoor skating rink at the Bonsecours Basin is nearby many Old Montreal hotels (handy for stowing your skates if you brought them from home, though you can rent skates on site). It’s a perfect way to work off some of the excellent holiday season food you’ve been indulging in at your Old Montreal hotel! 

For more information on these and many other holiday season events to enjoy while conveniently staying in one of the district’s many Old Montreal hotels, please visit Go MontrealLiving Attraction section!

Old Montreal Hotels Uncovered

For some of the best in world-class boutique accommodations, one needs look no further than Old Montreal hotels. Often combining award-winning design while residing in historic buildings dating back a century or more, such as Hôtel St-Paul, Hôtel Nelligan, or Place d'Armes Hôtel & Suites (to name but a few), Old Montreal hotels deliver avant-garde amenities with old-world charm only the way Old Montreal hotels can.

The first thing people notice upon entering Old Montreal hotels is the unmistakeable European influence that infuses the entire district. From their lovingly preserved and maintained original architectural features such as stone walls and solid wooden beams, it isn’t hard to see why Old Montreal hotels are a distinct departure from generic hotel chains. Rather than simply a place to stay, one’s vacation actually begins in Old Montreal hotels, where the immersion in Montreal’s founding French and English cultures is the first step toward experiencing the city’s unique flavour.

Old Montreal hotels expertly maintain a fine balance between elegance and unpretentiousness, tradition and modernity. They are the perfect places to start vacation days…and top off evenings after a full schedule of activities! Well-situated along the Old Port’s network of cobblestone streets, many Old Montreal hotels offer a cosy boutique experience, featuring inviting seating areas where guests may enjoy a pre-dinner cocktail or glass of wine from their well-stocked wine cellars. With Old Montreal hotels, travellers will find an intimate home-away-from-home atmosphere with luxurious services and facilities to indulge every whim. No matter what one’s taste or budget, there’s an Old Montreal hotel to suit their needs.

No matter which boutique Old Montreal hotel people choose, they are certain to find distinction, style, intimacy, and warmth for the duration of their stay. Old Montreal hotels are conveniently located in one of the chicest, most charming neighbourhoods this side of Europe. Many Old Montreal hotels offer a selection of excellent restaurants without ever having to leave the building, often with an in-house sommelier, world-class chefs, and unique menus to deliver the best of local and international gastronomy. Should one wish to venture outside of their Old Montreal hotel, they will find no shortage of activities. Because of the district’s café culture, all Old Montreal hotels are just steps from scores of bistros, brasserie-style pubs, and fine restaurants offering a variety of unparalleled world cuisine. From wine bars to jazz bars, molecular gastronomy to steak houses, guests will find ample offerings both in and out of their Old Montreal hotel of choice.

Old Montreal hotels are perfectly positioned to provide the best the Old Port and metropolitan Montreal has to offer. A variety of Old Montreal hotels are located along or near the St. Lawrence River, often with views of the water. As well, Old Montreal hotels are a convenient five-to-ten-minute walk to the hustle and bustle of downtown if shopping is on the agenda, or a short walk to the Palais des congrès (convention centre) if in town on business. That is, once again, if one even needs to leave their boutique Old Montreal hotel at all—many Old Montreal hotels offer exceptional board rooms for business meetings and on-site shops with unique fashions and gifts. If times gone by are on the list of must-see attractions, boutique Old Montreal hotels are not only situated in Montreal’s historical district (the hub of the city’s cultural and economic life), they often are a part of history themselves—almost every building has a story to tell. Live theatre, museums, even archaeological sites…all are in close proximity to many Old Montreal hotels. 

When searching for the perfect Old Montreal hotel for your next visit to Montreal, visit our site for the inside story on all that Old Montreal hotels have to offer.

 

View more Old Montreal hotels

OLD MONTREAL HOTELS