Hotels in Montreal offer pristine accommodations in a destination whose nicknames have included Mark Twain’s “The City of a Hundred Steeples”, the Prohibition era’s “Sin City” and the commonly used acronym “MTL”. Known as one of North America’s biggest international event hosts, as well as the home of Cirque de Soleil, Montreal is a fine place to eat, drink, visit cultural spots, enjoy bustling nightlife and watch hockey. French and English are Canada’s two official languages. English speakers should have no problem conversing within Montreal establishments. Currency is the Canadian dollar and the legal drinking age is 18 years old. Happy hour, or 5 à 7s, is a great time to find food and drink deals. Popular events include Igloofest, Osheaga Music and Arts Festival, Montréal en Lumière, MURAL Festival, Montreal World Film Festival, Festival International de Jazz de Montréal and Montréal Complètement Cirque. An NHL original six team, the Montreal Canadians play their hockey games at Bell Centre, a multi-purpose arena with a seating capacity of over 21,000 people. Hotels in Montreal are some of the best in Eastern Canada. Before we get to hotels in Montreal, let’s take a look at some more background information on the area to help you along the way.
Founded on May 17th, 1642, Montreal was evangelized during a Roman Catholic mission by French nobleman Jérôme le Royer de la Dauversière and a group of colonists. The area’s first buildings were a chapel and a hospital. Expansion proved difficult. The settlement succumbed to frequent and violent attacks from the Iriquois nation, which is said to have been founded in the area due to corn cultivation circa 1450. Iriquois attacks caused the colonists to return to France, where they raised 100 volunteers with the intent of recapturing the city. Montreal would have been abandoned had the second attempt failed, with survivors being relocated down river to Quebec City. However, the recapture succeeded and the area now known as Ville Marie grew to about 600 colonists by the year 1685. Fur trading became a source of both wealth and brief doom for New France, as evidenced by the 1689 English-sanctioned Iriquois attack on Lachine. Thereafter, the Society of the Priests of Saint-Sulpice was granted the land of Montreal, where they influenced the natives to move away from the fur trading post at Ville Marie. In 1760, Montreal fell to the British as a result of the Seven Years’ War, only to be relinquished after the American Revolutionary War.
Named after the tiny mountain Mount Royal, Montreal today has a population of over 1.8 million people. The city’s official language is French, while English is the second-most spoken language. MTL occupies much of the Island of Montreal near the Saint Lawrence and Ottawa Rivers’ confluences. Montreal is bordered by the cities Laval to the north, Longueuil, Saint-Lambert, Brossard, and other municipalities to the south, the West Island municipalities to the west and Repentigny to the east. Summers are pleasant, averaging around 80 degrees Fahrenheit, while winters naturally are much colder. The city tallies big tourist numbers throughout the year, most notably for New Year’s celebrations and hockey season in the colder months. Points of interest include Notre Dame Basilica Montreal, Olympic Stadium, McGill University, Old Montreal, Saint Joseph’s Oratory, Port of Montreal and Tour de la Bourse. Popular Montreal foods are maple donuts, bagels, smoked meats, fois gras poutine, and Pâté Chinois, which is similar to Shepard’s pie. Canadian whiskey has been around since John Molson began exporting it from Montreal circa 1800. Other popular drinks include the Canadian Caesar, a type of bloody Mary, lager beer and of course hot coffee or chocolate in the winter. Now that we have some background information on the city, it’s time for hotels in Montreal that are sure to inspire.
Le Square Phillips Hôtel & Suites
1193 Place Phillips
St. Patrick’s Basilica Montreal
Le Square Phillips Hôtel & Suites features an indoor pool, a gym, a sun deck, modern suites, fully-equipped kitchens, flat-screen TVs, safety deposit boxes, a business center, laundry facilities and free newspapers. Near here you’ll find New Balance, Montreal College of Information Technology, Popeye’s Supplements, Comptoir Du Chef (restaurant), Ecksand Jewelry, Timeless Watches, La Habanera (Cuban restaurant), Gokudo (bar), Koa Lua Union (Hawaiian restaurant), Escondite Cerveceria de Barrio (Mexican restaurant), Kinton Ramen, Christ Church Cathedral, Next Models Montreal, Clini-Derma (plastic surgery), Chez Love Your Lashes (beauty salon), Jatoba (Japanese restaurant) and more.
Phillips Square, St. Patrick’s Basilica, Promenades Cathédrale, Place Ville Marie and Electronic Arts EA Montreal are 0.1 miles, Bombardier Inc., Grevin Museum Montreal and Eaton Center Montreal are 0.2 miles, Place des Arts is 0.3 miles, McGill University and Bell Centre are 0.5 miles, Notre Dame Basilica Montreal is 0.6 miles, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and Old Port of Montreal are 0.7 miles, Place Jacques Cartier is 0.8 miles, Montreal Casino is 2 miles and Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is 9.4 miles from here.
Approximate cost per night (family suite): $273
Cost per person (five people): $54
106 Saint Paul Street West
Rue de la Commune
With multiple on-site dining options, down comforters, modern bathroom facilities, flat-screen TVs, large windows, Old Montreal views, 24-hour concierge services, a fitness center and a rooftop terrace, Hotel Nelligan is close to Le Petit Dep Saint Paul (convenience store), Restaurant Garde Manger (fine dining), Boutique Ambre, Collection Meli-Melo (boutique), Boutique U&I, Charcuterie Van Winkles (sandwich shop), Luna Yoga, Aesop (cosmetics store), Crux Comptoir (restaurant), Restaurant Hanzo (Japanese restaurant), Gallerie Bloom (art gallery), Porta Mar Restaurant, Dubarry Furs, Stash Cafe (eastern European restaurant), Fluevog Shoes, North Pole Furs, Swell Fellow (clothing store), Cafe Van Houtte, Pub Wolf & Workman, Mangiafoco (Italian restaurant), Chocosina Sweet Boutique (chocolate shop) and more.
From here Notre Dame Basilica Montreal, Pointe-a-Calliere Museum and Montreal Science Centre are 0.1 miles, Montreal Courthouse, Rue de la Commune and Old Port of Montreal are 0.2 miles, Place Jacques Cartier, Telefilm Canada and Chateau Ramezay Museum are 0.3 miles, Museum of Contemporary Art is 0.6 miles, Place des Arts is 0.7 miles, Eaton Center Montreal and Berri Uqam Metro Station are 0.8 miles, McGill University is 1.1 miles, La Ronde Amusement Park is 1.7 miles and Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is 10 miles.
Approximate cost per night: $248
Four Seasons Hotel Montreal
1440 Rue De Le Montagne
Leonard Cohen Mural
Four Seasons Hotel Montreal features a 24-hour front desk, room service and free WiFi. Nearby you may find SAQ Selection (liquor store), Burger Bar Crescent (restaurant), Joes Panini 24h (sandwich shop), A|X Montreal Rue Sainte Catherine (boutique), The North Face (clothing store), Fossil (watch store), David Yurman (jewelry designer), Yaourti Café (health food restaurant), Festival Grand Prix sur Crescent (festival), Boutique NAVY SEALS (watch store), K2+ Bistro (sushi restaurant), Notre-Boeuf-de-Grâce (bar & grill), Brit & Chips (fish and chips restaurant), Pigeon Espresso Bar (coffee shop), Shawarma MTL (Lebanese restaurant), Chicha donburi (Asian fusion restaurant), Point Zero (clothing store), Prohibition (tobacco store), Dr. Martens (shoe store), Festival Fantasia (festival), Cigares Vasco (cigar shop), Hero Certified Burgers, Ramen Misoya (ramen restaurant), Restaurant Boustan (Lebanese restaurant), MULA (Mexican restaurant), Divine Chocolatier (chocolate shop), Benelo Hair & Spa, The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Stogies Cigar Lounge, Mandys (salad shop), Nouveau Noir Boutique (women’s clothing store), Boutique Tozzi, Taktik Airsoft (airsoft supply store), Lloydie’s Crescent (restaurant), Brass Door Pub (pub), La Guilde (art gallery) and more.
This location is 0.1 miles from Leonard Cohen Mural, Ogilvy, Crescent Street and Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, 0.2 miles from Concordia University, Guy-Concordia Metro Station, Les Cours Mont-Royal, Peel Metro Station and Saint Catherine Street, 0.3 miles from CGI Group, 0.4 miles from Bell Centre, Eaton Center Montreal and McGill University, 0.8 miles from Place des Arts, 1.1 miles from Notre Dame Basilica Montreal, 1.2 miles from Old Port of Montreal, 2.5 miles from Montreal Casino and 8.8 miles from Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport.
Approximate cost per night (one-bedroom): $863
Cost per person (three people): $288
Le Mount Stephen
1440 Rue Drummond
Les Cours Mont Royal
Le Mount Stephen offers free WiFi, Nespresso machines, mini-bars, flat-screen TVs, touch-panel automated climate, lighting and curtain controls, marble bathrooms with heated floors, rain forest shower heads with Chroma light therapy and a restaurant and bar with an outdoor seasonal terrace. This hotel is near Four Seasons Hotel Montreal and Les Cours Mont Royal.
Approximate cost per night (Sky Loft): $1,067
Hôtel Le Germain Montréal
2050 rue Mansfield
The McCord Museum
Boasting a free espresso bar, free WiFi, in-room massage services, a spa, original artwork, 42-inch flat-screen TVs, iPod docking stations, workstations, goose down duvets, feather pillows, a restaurant and a lounge bar with a fireplace, Hôtel Le Germain Montréal sits close to Japote (restaurant), Restaurant Sho-dan (Japanese restaurant), WOORIJIB (Korean restaurant), Pizzéria NO.900 (pizza restaurant), M4 Burritos (Mexican restaurant), Universel Déjeuners et Grillades (bar & grill), Club Sportif MAA (gym), Club Athletique Sherbrooke (gym), Renoir (French restaurant), Opiano (Korean restaurant), McGill Welcome Centre, Zhonghua (Chinese noodle restaurant), b.cycle (gym), LEAVES HOUSE (cafe) and more.
You may find Place Montreal Trust, Carrefour Industrielle Alliance and Eaton Center Montreal 0.1 miles, The McCord Museum, Les Cours Mont-Royal, Grevin Museum Montreal, Saint Catherine Street and McGill University 0.2 miles, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts 0.4 miles, Bell Centre, Museum of Contemporary Art and Place des Arts 0.5 miles, Notre Dame Basilica Montreal 0.9 miles, Place Jacques Cartier 1.1 miles, Montreal Biodome 4.1 miles and Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport 9 miles from this accommodation.
Approximate cost per night: $260
175 Rue Ontario Est
Saint Denis Street
Boxotel has a rooftop spa, a terrace, a mini-gym, automated lights, curtains and thermostats, fully-equipped kitchens, flat-screen TVs and washers and dryers. Boucherie Sabra (butcher shop), Eva B. (used clothing store), Eva D (clothing store), BOUILLON BILK (restaurant), Bar Pamplemousse (restaurant), Omma (Korean restaurant), Les 7 doigts (performing arts group), Café Origine (cafe), OSMO X MARUSAN (cafe), Bootlegger (cocktail bar), Café Mimosa (breakfast restaurant), Ye Olde Orchard Pub & Grill (pub), SE7EN’S BOURAK (restaurant), Maynard (vegan restaurant), The Dumpling Hut (restaurant), elleFITNESS Montreal (fitness center), La Maison Théâtre (performing arts theater), La Distillerie no.1 (bar), Le Bordel Comédie Club (comedy club), Pub Quartier Latin (pub), Le Petit Moscou (bar), Menthe et couscous (Mediterranean restaurant), Camellia Sinensis | Boutique (tea store), Saint-Houblon (brewpub), Arriba Burrito (Mexican restaurant), Bistro à Jojo (bar), Taiyo Centre (Japanese restaurant), Turbo Haüs (bar), Arcade MTL (pub), Randolph Pub Ludique Quartier Latin (pub), Salon de Coiffure Reys Barbershop (barber shop), Studio Tentation (tattoo shop) and more.
Saint Denis Street and St. Denis Theatre are 0.2 miles, Central Bus Station, National Library and Archive Centre of Quebec, Vitrine Culturelle Montreal, University of Quebec in Montreal UQAM, St Louis Square – Carre St Louis, Place des Arts and Nouveau Monde Theatre are 0.3 miles, Place Jacques Cartier, Eaton Center Montreal, McGill University and Notre Dame Basilica Montreal are 0.8 miles, Old Port of Montreal is 1.1 miles, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and Bell Centre are 1.2 miles, Montreal Casino is 2 miles and Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is 9.7 miles from this accommodation.
Approximate cost per night: $278
Le Petit Hotel Montreal
168 Saint-Paul Street West
Notre Dame Basilica Montreal
With free WiFi, modern rooms, flat-screen TVs, jet-massage shower heads, desks, seating areas, daily continental breakfast and gym access, Le Petit Montreal can be found close to Hotel Nelligan.
You may find Pointe-a-Calliere Museum and Notre Dame Basilica Montreal 0.1 miles, Montreal Science Centre – Imax, Old Port of Montreal, Montreal Courthouse and Telefilm Canada 0.2 miles, World Trade Center Montreal, Bota Bota, Place Jacques Cartier and Quebecor 0.3 miles, Museum of Contemporary Art 0.6 miles, Eaton Center Montreal 0.8 miles, Montreal Casino 1.4 miles, Montreal Biodome 3.9 miles and Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport 9.9 miles from this spot.
Approximate cost per night: $253
Vogue Hotel Montreal Downtown
1425 rue de la Montagne
Vogue Hotel Montreal Downtown has free WiFi, a fitness center, flat-screen TVs, iPod docking stations, mini-bars, marble baths, work desks, coffee makers, in-room spa services, child and pet care services, a spacious business center and an on-site restaurant. Four Seasons Hotel Montreal is across the street.
You’ll find Ogilvy within feet, Leonard Cohen Mural and Crescent Street 0.1 miles, Concordia University, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Les Cours Mont-Royal, Saint Catherine Street and CGI Group are 0.2 miles, Bell Centre is 0.3 miles, Eaton Center Montreal is 0.4 miles, McGill University is 0.5 miles, Place des Arts is 0.8 miles, Montreal Casino is 2.5 miles and Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is 8.9 miles from this property.
Approximate cost per night (parlor suite): $382
Cost per person (four people): $95
The Ritz-Carlton Montreal
1228 Sherbrooke Street West
Featuring an on-site contemporary French restaurant, flat-screen TVs, a saltwater pool, marble bathrooms with heated floors and 19-inch flat-screen TVs, Asprey bath products, digital light and curtain controls, automatic toilets, free WiFi, mini-bars, flat-screen TVs, a fitness center, in-room massage services, a business center and a 24-hour concierge, The Ritz-Carlton Montreal is close to SPA ST. JAMES, Maison Boulud (restaurant), Ô Claf (sandwich shop), O Coiffure & Spa (hair salon), Art Gallery Cosner, Maison Christian Faure Centre-ville (patisserie), Le Pois Penche (brasserie), Liquid Nutrition (restaurant), Christofle (boutique), LEAVES HOUSE (coffee store), Marie Saint Pierre (boutique), Salon Mute (hairdresser), Anthropologie (women’s clothing store), Cloakroom Bar (cocktail bar), Maison Cloakroom (tailor), Boutique Camomille (women’s clothing store), Burberry (clothing store), Tiffany & Co. (jewelry store), La Cantina (Mexican restaurant), Onglerie Bee (nail salon), Tella’s Santé ou Sucré (cafe), Brilliant College (language school) and more.
From here Crescent Street Montreal and Montreal Museum of Fine Arts are 0.1 miles, Peel Metro Station, Ogilvy, Leonard Cohen Mural, Les Cours Mont-Royal, Concordia University and Saint Catherine Street are 0.2 miles, Carrefour Industrielle Alliance, Guy-Concordia Metro Station and McGill University are 0.3 miles, Eaton Center Montreal is 0.4 miles, Bell Centre is 0.5 miles, Place des Arts is 0.8 miles, Notre Dame Basilica Montreal is 1.1 miles, Old Port of Montreal is 1.2 miles, Place Jacques Cartier and Berri Uqam Metro Station are 1.3 miles and Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is 8.8 miles.
Approximate cost per night (one-bedroom suite): $1,008
Cost per person (three people): $337
Le Saint-Sulpice Hotel
414 rue St Sulpice
Notre Dame Basilica
With spacious suites, a restaurant, kitchenettes and room service, Le Saint-Sulpice Hotel Montreal is near Notre Dame Basilica Montreal, SSENSE café, Boutique Chocosina (chocolate shop), White Montreal (bridal shop), Mangiafoco (Italian restaurant), Pub Wolf & Workman (pub), Feline (clothing store), Galerie Le Luxart (art gallery), Galerie d’Art Beauchamp (art gallery), Galerie LeRoyer | GLR60 (art gallery), Got Montreal Gallery (art gallery), La Peau de Soie (beauty salon), Magasin Général (fashion accessories store), Galerie d’Art Le Bourget (art gallery), Galerie Corno (art gallery), IOTAF: Institute of Trading and Finance, Papeterie Casse-Noisette (stationery store), Ming Tao Xuan (tea house), Noël Éternel (Christmas store), Chaussures Sandrini Shoes (shoe store) and more.
Notre Dame Basilica is within feet, Montreal Courthouse, Pointe-a-Calliere Museum and Montreal Science Centre – Imax are 0.1 miles, Rue de la Commune is 0.2 miles, Place Jacques Cartier, Place d’Armes Metro Station, Old Port of Montreal, Telefilm Canada and Chateau Ramezay Museum are 0.3 miles, Museum of Contemporary Art is 0.6 miles, Place des Arts is 0.7 miles, Eaton Center Montreal and Berri Uqam Metro Station are 0.8 miles, Bell Centre is 0.9 miles, McGill University is 1.1 miles, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts is 1.3 miles and Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is 10 miles from this locale.
Approximate cost per night (Signature Suite Rooftop Terrace): $2,296
Cost per person (four people): $575
447 rue St-François-Xavier
World Trade Center Montreal
Providing an on-site restaurant, an outdoor terrace, flat-screen TVs, free WiFi, a business center and concierge services, Hotel Bonaparte is near Le Petit Montreal and Hotel Nelligan.
Notre Dame Basilica Montreal and Pointe-a-Calliere Museum are 0.1 miles, Telefilm Canada, Montreal Courthouse, Montreal Science Centre – Imax, World Trade Center Montreal and Old Port of Montreal are 0.2 miles, Quebecor and Rue de la Commune are 0.3 miles, Place des Arts and Eaton Center Montreal are 0.7 miles, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts is 1.2 miles and Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is 9.9 miles from here.
Approximate cost per night (one-bedroom suite): $451
Cost per person (four people): $112
Hotel Épik Montréal
171 St-Paul Ouest
Hotel Épik Montréal has a coffee shop, free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, coffee machines, hair dryers, a terrace, a common lounge and a concierge. This hotel is close to Hotel Nelligan, Le Petit Montreal and .Hotel Bonaparte.
Pointe Calliere Museum Montreal and Notre Dame Basilica Montreal are 0.1 miles, Old Port of Montreal, Montreal Science Centre – Imax, Telefilm Canada and Montreal Courthouse are 0.2 miles, World Trade Center Montreal, Quebecor and Bota Bota are 0.3 miles, Place Jacques Cartier is 0.4 miles, Museum of Contemporary Art is 0.6 miles, Place des Arts is 0.7 miles, Eaton Center Montreal is 0.8 miles, Bell Centre is 0.9 miles and Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is 9.9 miles from here.
Approximate cost per night (penthouse suite): $1,722
Cost per person (four people): $431
Hotel Place D’Armes
55 St-Jacques Street West
Montreal Science Centre
Hotel Place D’Armes has a spa, gourmet dining options, down comforters, cozy bathrobes, well-stocked minibars, a fitness center and a seasonal rooftop terrace. Nearby you may find Brasserie 701 (restaurant), Kyo Bar Japonais (Japanese restaurant), BMO Bank of Montreal, Invitation V (bistro), Les Moulins La Fayette (bakery), Theatre St-James, PRFKT (fashion accessories store), Cookie Stefanie (pastry shop), Pave Lunch Experts (restaurant), Dandy (restaurant), Fanny O (beauty salon), Place d’Armes (memorial park), Bistro Mimmo (Italian restaurant), Le Montparnasse (restaurant), NRJ Jeans (boutique), Ristorante Quattro (Italian restaurant), Pizzeria Bros, Paquebot Cafe, Cafe Bistro Mon Plaisir and more.
Montreal Courthouse and Notre Dame Basilica Montreal are 0.1 miles, Montreal Science Centre is 0.2 miles, Pointe Calliere Museum Montreal, Telefilm Canada, Place Jacques Cartier, Montreal City Hall, Rue de la Commune and World Trade Center Montreal are 0.3 miles, Old Port of Montreal and Museum of Contemporary Art are 0.4 miles, Place des Arts is 0.5 miles, Eaton Center Montreal is 0.7 miles, Bell Centre is 0.9 miles and Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is 9.9 miles from this property.
Approximate cost per night (deluxe suite): $781
Cost per person (five people): $157
M Montreal Hostel
1245 rue Saint-André
St. Denis Theatre
With a continental breakfast, free WiFi, cable TV, hardwood floors, original stone walls, a shared kitchen, a common dining area, an on-site bar, comedy shows on select evenings, a pool table and a foosball table, M Montreal Hostel is in the vicinity of Restaurant café Saigon (Asian restaurant), Stereo (night club), Twigg Musique Montréal (musical instrument store), Physotech (laser hair removal service), Coopérative Le Symphonique (recording studio), Pouding café, Keela (restaurant), Bar Le Normandie (karaoke bar), Galerie Blanc (museum), Rage: Axe Throwing (recreation center), La graine brûlée (coffee shop), Ongles Chery (nail salon) and more.
Place Dupuis and L’Olympia are 0.1 miles, University of Quebec in Montreal UQAM and National Library and Archive Centre of Quebec are 0.2 miles, Central Bus Station, St. Denis Theatre and Saint Denis Street are 0.3 miles, Place Jacques Cartier is 0.6 miles, Place des Arts is 0.7 miles, Notre Dame Basilica Montreal is 0.8 miles, McGill University is 1.2 miles, Bell Centre is 1.6 miles, Montreal Casino is 1.7 miles and Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is 10.2 miles from this hostel.
Approximate cost per night (superior apartment): $674
Cost per person (seven people): $96
Bed and Breakfast du Village BBV
1279, rue Montcalm
University of Quebec in Montreal UQAM
Bed and Breakfast du Village BBV provides flat-screen TVs, air conditioning, free WiFi, a terrace, a breakfast area and private parking for a surcharge. Blonde Biscuiterie (bakery), Mëdz Salon (hair salon), Pizza Palace (pizza restaurant), SAQ (liquor store), Restaurant Tendresse (vegan restaurant), Notre-Boeuf-De-Grâce (hamburger restaurant), Copper Branch (vegan restaurant), Restaurant Mozza (Italian restaurant), Le Passé Composé (restaurant), Sachère Desserts (bakery), Gourmet Frutti (produce market), En Couleur (cafe), Le Red Tiger (Vietnamese restaurant), The Montreal Comedy (comedy club), O-Thym (Québécois restaurant), Alejandro (restaurant), Pourquoi Pas espresso bar (cafe), L’Oeufrier (Atateken) (breakfast restaurant), Rage: Axe Throwing and more are within range.
From this accommodation you’ll find L’Olympia 0.1 miles, Place Dupuis 0.2 miles, National Library and Archive Centre of Quebec, University of Quebec in Montreal UQAM and Central Bus Station 0.4 miles, St. Denis Theatre and Saint Denis Street 0.5 miles, Place Jacques Cartier 0.7 miles, Place des Arts 0.9 miles, Notre Dame Basilica Montreal 1 mile, Eaton Center Montreal 1.3 miles, Montreal Casino and Bell Centre 1.7 miles, Montreal Biodome 2.9 miles and Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport 10.3 miles.
Approximate cost per night: $165
Le Se7t Penthouses
400 Rue Richmond
Le Se7t Penthouses has a balcony, a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, a fitness center, air conditioning, parquet floors, flat-screen TVs, free WiFi, fully-equipped kitchens, pool views and seating areas. Salon Maniac (barber shop), Café Lali (coffee shop), Perles et Paddock (restaurant), Le Trou Bagels (bagel shop), Lord William Pub (pub), Mauvais Garçons (restaurant), Restaurant TROY (Greek restaurant), Sushi Taxi (sushi restaurant), Restaurant Grinder (restaurant), DNA FITNESS (personal trainer), 1700 La Poste (art center), Ryu (restaurant), Ayla (restaurant), F45 Training Griffintown (fitness center), Le Boucan Smokehouse (barbecue restaurant), Candide (fine dining restaurant), Grinder Butcher Shop and more are within range.
From this penthouse Griffintown is 0.3 miles, Bell Centre is 0.5 miles, CGI Group, Canadian Center for Architecture and Lachine Canal are 0.6 miles, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts is 0.9 miles, Eaton Center Montreal is 1 mile, Old Port of Montreal is 1.1 miles, Notre Dame Basilica Montreal and McGill University are 1.2 miles, Montreal Biodome is 5 miles and Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is 9.1 miles.
Approximate cost per night (penthouse apartment): $336
Cost per person (six people): $56
So there they are, hotels in Montreal that will help make for a memorable trip. We hope you have found this information useful and most importantly, that you enjoy your time in Canada!
42 Replies to “Hotels in Montreal”
Hi! Thank you for this Canadian edition here at Pentrental! My top choice is Hotel Le Crystal in downtown Montreal. I’m glad there is a vegan restaurant near by called Code Vert. And I’ll love the saltwater pool! Cool indeed! But what I like the most is that it’s just 9 miles away from the Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport!
Henry thank you! Hotel Le Crystal is an excellent choice with a saltwater pool
My favourite is The Hotel Epik Montreal
This has the kind of feel I really love as it gives a sense of history with elegance and a kind of country feel so when I head over to Canada this is my 1st stop to really feel like the successful Person I am becoming with my business so thank you
I really enjoy this website and there are so many places I want to visit so best I get back to work to make the $’s needed
The Hotel Epik Montreal is a fine choice Vicki, thank you for the comments 🙂
Once again, I have found your website to be very helpful in planning a trip to Montreal.
Hotel Le Crystal, located in the downtown area sounds fantastic. The saltwater pool, hot tub , spa and sauna would all provide a way to unwind at the end of the day. There is so much to see and do in downtown Montreal. This hotels sounds to be conveniently located.
Should it be booked, it sounds like Montreal offers some other great options. Thank you for your assistance.
Sondra the amenities at Hotel Le Crystal are outstanding indeed. Montreal really has some fine local attractions pretty much at any of these locations. It’s nice to see you again 🙂
Wow! I am amazed at those prices, especially when you divide the cost between two and more people. I just looked on Google Maps and I didn’t realize Montreal is a 5 and a half hour drive from where I live here in NJ. Interstate 87 which I have been on countless times, goes straight up from here right into Montreal.
I am definitely going to consider some of these locations once I can get some of my friends to take a road trip. Montreal is one of two Canadian cities I want to visit, Vancouver being the other. This is mainly because it is an eastern city I have yet to visit, been to Toronto already, and because my favorite performance group Cirque du Soleil is based there.
Do you know of any local performing arts centers nearby any of the hotels you have mentioned where Cirque du Soleil might be performing? I have seen many of their live shows, but it would be great to see them in Canada too. Thanks again for this post and I await your answer.
Hi Robert, Cirque du Soleil performs at Grand Chapiteau. Hotel Epik, Hotel Place D’Armes, Hotel Birks, Hotel Le Crystal and Hotel St Paul are all within a mile from here.
Wow! Very beautiful places. I would have to say that Hotel Kutuma would be my favorite out of these. They all look amazing but Hotel Kutuma just drew me in. The place looks so elegant and cozy and unique rolled into one. I would love to take my wife on a trip there. Thank you for doing this article, now it gives me more options for a future trip. Take care
David thank you, Hotel Kutuma is very well located and a fine choice.
I’ve been hearing a lot of beautiful things about how vibrant Hotels Montreal is. Awesome post! Cool indeed! It sounds like Montreal offers some other great options. Hotel Le Crystal, located in the downtown area sounds fantastic. The saltwater pool, Hot tub, Spa, and sauna would all provide a way to unwind at the end of the day. This hotel sounds to be conveniently located. I’m glad there is a vegan restaurant nearby called Code Vert. But what I like the most is that it’s just 9 k.m away from the Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport!
Thanks for all these fully detailed recommendations. It will be helpful as I plan my holiday…
Nashrin you’re welcome! May your Montreal trip be amazing.
Hey, I am thinking of visiting Montreal within the next few months and I am looking for a nice affordable place to stay.
I would actually like it to be outside of the city, near nature but not too far away in case we want to visit and take a tour of the city.
Which one of those hotels/suites would cover my needs? I am open to further recommendations as well!
BTW, I don’t really care about the luxuries since we are going to be on the road most of our time there.
Thank you in advance for the help!
Hi Xaric you might try Atelier Galerie. It’s within Mont Saint-Bruno National Park.
I visited Montreal, CA, 20 years. Your site brought back great memories. I feel as if I have visited today. The combination of great images, amenities, and pricing complete the post. The directions may be hard to follow for some and in my opinion, the address and a map snippet would improve this post.
Hi Dave and thank you for the comments. Your recommendation is noted.
I like the Plateau Mont Royal District, it’s spacious which is good for family and friends. I hope a time will come I can visit Montreal and occupy one of the hotels there. I hope I could sleep well.
Thank you for this information, we can share this to other people who are looking for a place where they can have rest, safety and convenience.
Hi Abagatan. Penthouse Plateau is a fine choice especially if you have a large group of people.
Thank you for showing up these wonderful offers that Montreal has. I think that for a trip it is good to choose Hotel Place D’Armes. It is relatively close to many tourist attractions. It also has an airport nearby, which is great. And the price is reasonable. The only problem would be to make friends with friends for this trip.
Carmen thank you for the comments. Glad you found Hotel Place D’Armes to your liking.
Montreal is a wonderful city and I have been there many times over the years. I never stayed in a penthouse, but that is the way to go for sure. I really never considered it until I started following your website and I am glad that I found you! The prices are reasonable for what you get, and the stay can be even more memorable.
Thanks for finding these for us and also for doing the research on things that you can do when staying at one of the locations. This is a nice touch and I know that for me it does help as I plan my travels and off-time when I travel. Which of these locations do you prefer?
After looking through each of the options, the one that I like best is the Hotel Le Crystal penthouse. The view and location are perfect for seeing the best of Montreal and the price is extremely reasonable. My guess is that I will have to book well ahead of time to get this.
Thank you Dave! Hotel Le Crystal has a beautiful view and really is reasonable. Oh and also it has a saltwater pool as well 🙂
Thanks again for another helpful and informative article. Being a traveller I love to visit your site often and every single time I read an article of yours I get helpful insights!
I heard a lot about Montreal Fireworks Festival, which is the world’s largest annual fireworks festival. I love to watch it, so Montreal is on my list!
Hotel Le Crystal is the one I am interested with. The information you share on the description about the hotel and the nearby places to visit is very helpful. The pricing is unbelievable and very cheap via your article you are doing a great service. I am bookmarking your article for future reference as always.
Thank you so much Paul and happy travels out there!
Thank you for this very informative piece.
As someone who resides in the UK, Montreal is not the first vacation destination which springs to mind, esp because of the cold winter months that Canada is renowned for. But it is quite interesting to read that summer months can be so warm, and your photo selections of the pent houses are so inviting. My favourite is your headline picture of the Hotel Le Crystal. That picture will stay with me for a loooooong time:)
Thank you Femi! Glad you liked the headline picture as it offers a really nice view of Montreal from Hotel Le Crystal 🙂
I have to say the hotels are just in their own unique levels.
A couple of my friends are arranging to travel down there during the December holidays. I was told and had to look through the best hotels to know the best accommodation for us.
I’m definitely going with the Hotel Épik Montréal. The architecture and the interior design just blows me away.
I’m really looking forward to this experience.
Hi Dave, Hotel Epik is just that, epic! The penthouse is really luxurious, so the pricing is moderate, yet worth it. May your experience be an amazing one!
As much as Hotel Épik Montréal stole my heart with its rustic ski lodge feel I was also intrigued by the balcony hot tub on Hotel Le Crystal’s image. I also love the red brick on the listing for Hotel Kutuma. Montreal is not really my cup of tea because of the language barrier as I love to find places to eat off the beaten path but if I’m ever there for business I have a great idea for where to stay.
Thank you Andy! You picked some good ones there and perhaps you may find yourself on the beaten path here.
These are beautiful places I would love to visit. My favorite would be the Hotel EplkMontreal. I love the woodwork inside the place. It’s similar to my home inside.
I won’t mind going to that place on my travels. My family would love it as well.
Thank you for posting this. I’ll save this for later.
All the best.
Thank you Aabidah! Hotel Epik is pretty awesome 🙂
I find the Hotel St. Paul to be very nice. I’m surprised to see the prices per person. They are so affordable as compared to regular hotel rooms. Planning a trip to Montreal has been on my bucket list. Let’s hope I can do it sometime soon. I believe I’ll come back to this page when I do that. I’ll bookmark it till then.
Hi Shashwat and thank you for the comments! Hotel St. Paul is a fine choice indeed.
This was a very interesting article! I’ve never seen fancy hotels as unique as these–they’re all very impressive.
The first one that caught my eye was the Hotel Epic. The style in the picture is incredible. It would take some work to convince me that picture wasn’t color selected for brown because that’s basically the only color in the room. It’s almost my new dream house.
I also liked Le Mount Stephen for its very modern look. The bathrooms also sound like a lot of fun with the heated floors (I had no idea that was a thing) and the rainforest shower (something I’ve wanted to try for a long time). It just seems like a really cool place.
Anyways, this was a very interesting article. I definitely learned a thing or two about hotels and if I had the budget for one of these places, I’d love to give it a try.
Isaac thank you. Glad you see you appreciate these hotels in Montreal, especially Hotel Epik with its unique style and colors and Le Mount Stephen with its modern look. Amenities such as heated bathroom floors and rainforest showers are definitely perks!
The hotels you have chosen for this review look magnificent. They pose value for money if there are more than 2 in a party. I have wanted to visit Canada for a few years now. It is a long way from where I live. When the lockdown of the world ends many people will be looking for this information.
Lisa great points and glad you like these hotels in Montreal. When the lock-down is over hopefully you will get the chance to venture out. Thanks for the comments and safe journeys out there!
From this review that I have gone through, i would say montreal is the best.Though I haven’t been to Montreal but I can tell it would be one of the best places one could ever go for a vacation and have the best of life.
When on on a vacation we always lookout for the best of comfort and that depends on hotels And suit’s and Montreal will give you the best of it. They are built solemnly to satisfy vacational needs and one will sure get the best of it’s services
Montreal is a great place to visit evans and hopefully you get to stay in one of these hotels in Montreal soon. Thanks for the comments!
I have visited Montreal many years ago and found it to be a wonderful place to visit. Thanks for sharing some history along with the beautiful rental properties available in the city. I loved the walkable areas of the city, and staying somewhere close to these districts would be a great way to enjoy time there. Thanks for sharing the approximate nightly cost and how much that breaks down to per each person. I’ve got my sights on that beautiful space at the Ritz-Carlton Montreal.
I am from Toronto, and have never been to Montreal. I have always hoped to go with my friends but we have never gotten around to it. Thank you for the inspiration, and the great ideas in terms of places to stay. I will certainly be sending this to some of my friends, and hopefully we can organize a trip together. Fantastic post, and thanks for the inspiration!