Pros: I liked The most the toilet and bathroom
And the comfort of beding
Cons: The Value was over priced
Pros: Amazing experience. Facilities were first class, and the staff couldn't do enough for us.
Cons: Only wish there was an on site spa. However the concierge arranged am appointment for me at a nearby spa.
The Ritz-Carlton Montreal opened its doors on December 31, 1912. Since then, the luxury hotel has been the address of choice for discerning travelers and public figures, hosting everyone from Elizabeth Taylor and Queen Elizabeth II to Winston Churchill and the Rolling Stones. A recent $200-million restoration brought cutting-edge technology to the Grande Dame, yet guests will still find historic charm throughout the five-star hotel in Montreal, from the luxurious accommodations to the lobby, where the curved front desk has stood since the opening. Today, well-versed palates come to this AAA Five Diamond hotel, the only in Quebec, for Maison Boulud, an upscale restaurant offering a twist on traditional French cuisine. Offering another twist on a familiar setting, the indoor saltwater pool overlooks the city from the rooftop. Set in the heart of downtown, guests can enjoy the surrounding neighborhood, which includes the Golden Square Mile, high-end boutiques, galleries and museums.
Pros: Not enough good things can be said about this hotel. It is beautiful, clean and the rooms spacious. We had a luxury King and the bathroom was the size of the bedroom. The staff was excellent. The concierge secured us a dinner reservation at a place that was booked solid. You also can't beat the location. Right by shopping, restaurants and Bell Centre.
Cons: There was a wedding reception going past midnight. Our parking was comped because of the noise which was a floor below us. That was a nice gesture.
Pros: They were very helpful and they took really good care of us and the restaurant was great!
Pros: Location and service
Cons: Being charged 40 dollars for parking.
Pros: Helpful and friendly staff, comfortable and well appointed accomodations, great location. We rented bikes during our stay, and staff helped us store them. Also helped make restaurant reservations, print airline boarding passes, and anything else we needed.
Style and substance go hand-in-hand at Loews Hôtel Vogue. In our hometown of Montréal, anything else would be out of place.
Pros: Very accommodating. Great neighborhood. clean and nice. Terrific service. Nice restaurant and breakfast spread. Rooftop bar. Overall the staff could not have been more responsive and very accommodating. Our room was very nice. A petite suite, loved the spa tub and comfortable king-sized bed. We will definitely stay again.
Cons: Staff (Melanie) needs to be careful sending clients to tourist restaurants. We specifically stated no "tourist restaurants". There are so many lesser-known restaurants that are fabulous and worth trying. We were sent to Vieux port steakhouse for sunday brunch. We had slop. We arrived sunday morning. After we saw many terrific cafes and brasserie. And please note she (Melanie) did NOT tell us about the rooftop bar or your new restaurant. Perhaps we would have gotten our sunday late morning/ early lunch there.
Pros: Really enjoyed our stay, friendly staff and beautiful, cozy room! The shower was amazing, with the second rain shower overhead and the fireplace was perfect for the time of year (early April- about 0 degrees Celsius) my boyfriend and I really enjoyed the complementary water and chocolate brought to our door every day. It was a sweet touch. The location was convenient. A lot of great restaurants and site seeing nearby! And the metro is less than a 5 minute walk. What we probably appreciated the most was the concierge who sat right in the lobby, ready for our questions. We had many. Wanting to know the best places to eat and visit, even making reservations for a tour and dinner reservation. she was the best!
Cons: Probably the only thing we didn't like was the continental breakfast. $19 per person. Definitely not worth the price. There wasn't a lot of options and it was all cold (granted we ate at around 10am) so it sat out for a couple hours but I would have expected the food be kept in chafing dishes to stay warm for that price. so needless to say that was the only time we ate breakfast in our hotel. So many other great breakfast spots around the corner!
Pros: Clean, spacious, attractive. Staff was very nice and responsive.
Cons: My room - 412 - was a corner room and the heat was not working properly. Maintenance came up and did not do anything useful. I had housekeeping bring up a space heater to keep the room warm.
Without the space heater, the room was about 65 degrees. Too cold for sleeping for me. The hotel should keep the facility a little warmer overall, and not let the rooms get so cold. The HVAC system did not put out nearly enough heat.
Pros: We came to celebrate my boyfriend's birthday and enjoy some downtime before the holidays. Every detail is considered at this hotel. The staff were responsive, warm, and very accommodating. We stayed in a petite suite, loved the spa tub, rainfall shower, and plush, down king-sized bed. The Verses restaurant downstairs offers impeccable contemporary French fare, and Olive and Gourmando just down the street is perfect for fresh coffee and croissants in the morning. We will definitely stay here again.
Cons: Street noise can be slightly loud late at night in the front facing rooms
Location. Locally owned and operated, Hotel Nelligan is a boutique hotel created from 2 Old Montreal buildings and lies within 1 block of the St. Lawrence River, Old Port, and Notre Dame Basilica.
Hotel Features. Trimmed in dark wood and divided into 3 spaces, the lobby establishes the contemporary, informal ambience that attracts discriminating business and leisure travelers here. A rooftop terrace provides an additional area to relax in. Complimentary wired Internet access is provided. Complimentary shuttles operate to downtown attractions daily from morning to night. The Verses Restaurant offers contemporary French cuisine; it's open for breakfast and dinner daily, and lunch Monday to Friday. Large windows open onto the street in warm weather. The hotel is non-smoking.
A fully equipped conference room is available to ensure meetings or functions are a success. To cater to the needs of the business traveler, Hotel Nelligan has a business center. After a day of sightseeing or meetings, guests can work out in the fitness facility.
Guestrooms. The Hotel Nelligan's elegant guestrooms are furnished with platform beds decorated with wood-and-wrought-iron headboards and dressed with triple sheeting, 5 down pillows per bed, and white down comforters. Frette Italian terry-cloth bathrobes and slippers supply lounging comfort. Turndown service is available upon request. Other thoughtful room amenities include cable television with premium channels, CD players, desks, in-room safes, Internet access, and private bathrooms with designer toiletries and hair dryers.
Pros: Loved the location! Super clean and comfortable. Friendly staff
Cons: Walls aren't as sound proof as I would have liked.
Pros: Awesome place. Nice outdoor pool (like a hot tub in winter). Very clean and modern setup. Close to shopping.
Pros: It's close to everything, and the staff is very friendly and helpful.
Cons: A few buildings near the hotel are currently under construction and make some some noise.
Pros: Small and quiet. Boutique feel. Very good service. Hotel restaurant was better than I expected, given the yelp reviews. The room was very clean, had classical music playing. Wifi was fast and responsive. Exchange rates made this place very affordable.
Cons: Construction on the building next door - more of a pain to walk around did not cause extra noise. Service may have been *too* over the top. They'd call every day to make sure I didn't want housekeeping, even though the tag was on the door. Had to redo wifi every 24 hours.
Pros: Nice room, great bed and convenient downtown location.
Discover the calm and comfort of a designer hotel nestled in the heart of a vibrant downtown setting Le St-Martin Htel Particulier. Rising 16 storeys above the city, this AAA 4-Diamond luxury boutique hotel offers a rare combination of warmth, sophistication and modern urban style that sets it among the finest hotels in Montreal.Beyond the hushed, intimate lobby, 123 elegant rooms and suites blend refined design and dcor with a hint of artistic flair. The signature Bistro LAromate restaurant is swiftly becoming one of Montreals culinary treasures and the heated outdoor pool offers the perfect reward after a day of meetings, sightseeing or shopping. For travellers seeking authentic and enriching experiences and those who value the personal touch, Le St-Martin Htel is the definitive home away from home in downtown Montreal.Steps from the Montreal underground network, the famous Ste-Catherine Street and Cours Mont-Royal, and a three-minute walk from the renowned Place Ville-Marie. Whether it is for business, leisure or shopping Le St-Martin's location truly ideal!
Pros: We loved the location and the staff. the room was spacious and trendy with a bedroom, bathroom, living room, a small kitchenette and a second pull down bed. This is a great spot for families. Pets are accepted (you probably need to make a prior arrangement.
Pros: Friendly staff, separate bedroom, kitchenette with small stove, cookware and kitchenware, in the heart of Old Montreal.
Pros: The room was lovely and we liked having a mini-kitchen. The staff behind the front desk was very knowledgeable and gave us great recommendations.
Cons: Going to the bar for a cup of coffee in the morning, I received cold coffee, which they did replace, but there was a lot of chaos there. Somebody came in to stock the alcohol for the bar, three other staff there, but it still took awhile. Then while drinking my coffee a supervisor came and was reprimanding those 3 staff people, instead of taking them to the back room to do it.
Location. Behind the famed Notre-Dame Basilica and 1 block from the Old Port, Le Saint Sulpice is located in the historic area of Montréal.
Hotel Features. Le Saint Sulpice Hôtel Montréal is a deluxe all-suite hotel, which offers an oasis of luxury and respite from the everyday. The hotel offers stylish dining and bar facilities. Guests can enjoy their meals or cocktails in the hotel's interior courtyard and benefit from special rates at partnering spas and gyms.
Wireless Internet access is available in all suites and public areas at no charge. Other amenities include audio-visual equipment and meeting facilities for small groups, computer rentals, event catering, wedding services, limo/town car service, concierge desk with multilingual staff, and foreign currency exchange. Valet parking is also available, for a surcharge. Le Saint-Sulpice Hôtel Montréal is a smoke-free property.
Guestrooms. There are 108 spacious, air-conditioned suites in Le Saint-Sulpice Hôtel Montréal, and they have a loft-style with a living area. These rooms feature functional French windows which open completely onto views of the hotel garden or the streets of Old Montreal.
All suites feature LCD cable TVs with pay movies, MP3 docking stations, desks, laptop-compatible safes, and kitchenettes with stovetops, espresso machines, refrigerators, and microwaves. Large bathrooms have generous tinted-glass counter space, bathrobes, complimentary toiletries, and a hair dryer. WiFi, newspapers, and coffee are complimentary.
Daily housekeeping and nightly turndown service are available. Amenities available on request include balconies, spa treatments, in-room massages, hypo-allergenic bedding, and wake-up calls. Connecting/adjoining rooms are available. All units are non-smoking.
Pros: Staff was exceptional and went out of their way to ensure a seem less guest experience. Accommodations were beautiful, well-appointed and thoughtful not to mention entirely unique in each guestroom.
Cons: Spa was only open by appointment so no fitness or spa services were experienced. The hitel restaurant was good but not great although it was impeccably styled and the wait staff were wonderful. Menu could use more options
Housed within a converted 1800s bank building, this European-style boutique hotel is in Montréal's historic district, surrounded by fine restaurants and shops, and 4 blocks from the Old Port.
Pros: Centrally located (for McGill visit and proximity to Old Montreal nightlife). Clean, comfortable. Overall great value. Would DEFINITELY recommend.
Pros: The location was perfect for us; mere blocks away from Place De Arts (Jazz Festival) and also only a short walk to Old Montreal.
The hotel was immaculate, the staff were wonderful, the room was huge and the beds were extremely comfortable. A Keurig coffeemaker was a welcome touch.
We will definitely stay there again!
Cons: That our stay was so short!
The new state-of-the-art lobby at Courtyard by Marriott Montreal Downtown provides greater flexibility and choices for guests. Our lobby dining room and lounge at Le Darlington features ample seating in a warm, spacious and inviting setting serving an a la carte breakfast and continental menu for lunch and dinner daily. You will also enjoy inviting, flexible spaces where you can work or relax and use free Wi-Fi. Our well-equipped fitness center, indoor pool and whirlpool will help you stay refreshed and energized. Whether traveling for business or pleasure, your stay at Courtyard is sure to be more comfortable, more productive and more enjoyable than ever before! For meetings up to 275 people, we offer modern, spacious, well equipped and comfortable meeting/banquet facilities. The Courtyard by Marriott Montreal Downtown easily became the place to choose for corporate travelers, business meetings or a weekend getaway.
Housed in the city’s historic Banque du Canada building—which has been transformed into a rich, modern tapestry—W Montreal is close to picturesque Old Montreal, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and the city’s world-class downtown. Want to be pampered? Start with head-to-toe relaxation at AWAY® Spa, then fulfill epicurean desires with Chef Sébastien Giannini at Être Avec Toi (Ê.A.T.). Finish with cocktails in Wunderbar’s sunken VIP lounge, W Bartini or at Le Plateau Bar. The poetry is in the details: Magnificently large windows opening onto Square Victoria Park. Luxurious beds with 350 thread-count linens, goose down comforters and pillows. And community sized furniture, illuminated side tables and voyeur showers.
Pros: Excellent service, staff and very nice and quiet rooms
There was a two hour blackout and the emergency lights never went on. I complained about that. I was told that they were working on it. The next night there was twenty minute blackout and the emergency lights were working.
Cons: There should be a system to contact everyone to reassure them that everything is alright during a blackout.
Pros: I love their comforter and pillows so much, that I remembered to stay there again, even though the last time I stayed was maybe 12-13 years ago. This despite the fact that I've tried 4 Seasons and other luxury hotels. This is the only one that left an impression. Great restaurant - tried it for dinner and breakfast. The only negative is the (free) WIFI - connection was difficult, convoluted, and unreliable.
Pros: I always stay there. It is the best around!
Pros: We liked everything. Great customer service.
Located at the foot of lush Mount Royal Park and next to the renowned McGill University and Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, the Sofitel Montreal is a luxurious retreat in the heart of the historic Golden Square Mile. It is ideally located for business travelers as well as art lovers. Indulge your plate at the restaurant Renoir, relax in the cosmopolitan atmosphere of the Bar and give it your all in the bright meeting spaces.
Cons: The person who completed our check in was very rude and condescending. We were really shocked by how badly we were treated.
With regards to the value for the money, you can find hotels as nice in Montreal for less.
The room was very small.
A triumphant marriage of old-world charm and modern design, Le Westin Montreal features a sleek, 22-story tower and three beautifully restored historic buildings—a perfect reflection of our location between Old Montréal and the business district. Our Sensory Welcome greets guests with soothing sounds and scents, and is the first of a series of renewing experiences. Relaxing guest rooms, state-of-the-art meeting rooms and tantalizing dining options promote productivity and inspire wellness. Each of our 455 spacious, contemporary guest rooms provides an oasis of calm amid Montreal’s joie de vivre. Complimentary wireless High Speed Internet Access and thoughtful amenities enhance your experience, ensuring a delightfully comfortable stay.
Pros: The beds are very comfortable and the rooms are a good size
Pros: The location is great. It is very close to the metro station, China town, downtown, and old town. The room was nice. WiFi worked well on most of our devices.
Cons: Parking was terrible when we arrived. There is one spot in front of the hotel reserved for arriving/departing guests. It was occupied when we arrived and we couldn't do much else but circle the block until we parked in a no parking zone. Worse is that they do not have onsite parking. The valet takes your car somewhere. It is not revealed on the website but valet parking costs $28CAD/day. This is more expensive than other similar hotels in the area that have onsite parking. There is a public parking ramp just down the street that charges half that.
Pros: Great location, very helpful staff and an awesome experience altogether.
Pros: great room, great service
Cons: weird lobby
Pros: Great bedroom
Cons: There is no restaurant at the hotel.
More than just a hotel, this historic bank is now home to one of the most impressive private Pop and Contemporary Art Collection in North America. On display inside and out, both in public areas and in the guestrooms and suites, you will be surrounded by Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Indiana, Chagall and Botero to name a few.We are committed to a personalized service for your comfort and convenience. We go out of our way to make you welcome.Historic.Artful.UrbanMore than a hotel. We are. LHotel Montreal.Dare to be original!
Cons: Hot water pressure was almost non existent-- in shower, bath, and sink. Staff was ready to help; however, I didn't notice this until late at night on my one night stay. Wouldn't normally be a huge deal but the luxurious bathroom is what made me choose this hotel over two other similar contenders. Additionally, HBO was the only channel that didn't work. Not sure if they advertise having HBO on the website, but it was on the channel guide and didn't have any service.
Pros: 5 star hotel and a great value
Cons: 5 star hotel and a great value. Only complaint was the resturant, that however was not an issue as there are many outstanding resturants within walking distance
Pros: The staff were professional and pleasant. The details were attended to. I loved that I got in my room and didn't have to call down for a corkscrew. The location is convenient. It is expensive, but not ridiculous.
The luxurious Hotel Le Crystal Montreal is located in downtown Montreal, Canada. The Bell Centre and Old Montreal are within 1 mile (1.5 kilometers).
Hotel Le Crystal Montreal features an indoor saltwater pool, and Amerispa, a 9,000-square-foot spa offering massages, body and facial treatments, a spa boutique, manicures and pedicures. Complimentary WiFi is provided, as well as ATM/banking and a limo or town car service. The restaurant serves local cuisine and features a heated terrace. Continental breakfast is provided for a surcharge. Room service is also available 24 hours-a-day. Babysitting/child care is available, for a fee.
Recently-renovated accommodations at Hotel Le Crystal Montreal provide beds with pillowtop mattresses and satin duvets. Kitchenettes include Nespresso® machines. Flat-screen TVs offer premium cable channels. Clock radios come with MP3 docking stations. Wireless Internet access is complimentary.
Pros: Large suite was almost as big as an apartment. Great breakfast
Cons: Small shower may be a problem for larger people.
Pros: Thank you Kayak for making a stay here affordable! We loved the location and the room (though a little dated) was huge, comfortable and very clean! They gave us 2 complimentary drinks and breakfast was included. The staff was incredibly friendly and helpful. Joey at check in, never would have guessed he was new. Bernard our wait staff at supper-never would have guessed he was called in and was swamped because he took great care of us. And our omelette creator was amazing. Hilton all of your hotels can use Montréal Embassy Suites as their example.
Pros: Great staff
Cons: Third world quality Wi-Fi in the bedroom
Pros: So convenient to metro and walking for sightseeing.
Staff was amazing- concierge was extremely helpful with directions!
Highly recommend this hotel to others.
Cons: Bathroom shower head could not be secured in holder.
Pros: I was upgraded to a suite and was happy to see how nice it was. Great kitchen layout and living space. Restaurant was way too busy to try.
Cons: Nicely quiet at night.
Pros: Size of the rooms and hot breakfest
The Embassy Suites Montreal hotel is centrally located at the cornerstone of Old Montreal and the Downtown core and within walking distance from the Financial District, the Port of Montreal, shops, restaurants, museums, exciting nightlife and events for the whole family. Experience the "Joie de Vivre" that Montreal is renowned for at the Embassy Suites Montreal hotel. The Embassy Suites Montreal hotel features 210 spacious suites each equipped with work desk, three telephones including one cordless, voicemail and data port. A hospitality centre in each room includes a microwave, refrigerator and coffee maker. Iron, ironing board and hair dryers are standards in all suites. Most bathrooms feature an oversized whirlpool bath and separate shower. Everything for a reason.™
Pros: Everything including location, parking, fitness center, staff
Cons: Nothing, this hotel went above and beyond expectations, great place to stay in Montreal!!
Pros: Beautiful hotel, attentive and pleasant staff, large rooms (mostly nice views), nice heated outdoor pool and fitness room. Centrally located - Peel Metro Station is only one block away. Lovely lounge. Reasonable valet parking rate. Excellent breakfast offering in hotel cafe. Our first choice for accommodations when visiting Montreal. Great for business trips, but also family-friendly!
Cons: Nothing comes to mind.
Pros: Spacious rooms, cheap price
Cons: water in hot tub was brown. Pool closed for the winter. Single ply!!! Everything is from 1991
Pros: The staff was friendly and helpful; the breakfast buffet delicious. I would definitely stay here again.
Pros: Loved our king room! Nice views of the area and very comfortable and luxurious-feeling room! This hotel is quite a walk from old montreal, but it was very close to lots of good bars and restaurants. Staff were friendly and helpful.
Pros: Hotel was very clean and staff was extremely friendly and helpful. Would definitely recommend to anyone. Was also in a great location. Walking distance to lots of restaurants, old Montreal and other landmarks.
Pros: We only stayed one night, but I was happy with our choice. The hotel is clean, rooms are spacious and have plenty of natural light, the staff is friendly and welcoming, the pool is shallow but big enough to do laps. It's across from McGill University, and a good 30-45mins walking distance to the Notre-Dame Basilica.
Cons: Parking was $35/night.
Pros: Big room and bathroom, the pool, the location, friendly staff.
Cons: Can hear noise from adjacent room and from street (were on 11th floor).
Pros: Bedding, view, tranquility and large bathroom. The staff was supper friendly, knew our names and we we were thrilled! In-out parking that was prompt. A perfect stay!
Cons: No bad words a perfect stay!
Pros: Nicely decored, generally friendly and helpful staff. Located near McGill. Safe in room was useful. Great room service.
Cons: Expensive parking. Hallways and room could have been a little cleaner. Loud hallways sometimes.
Pros: The hotel is in central Montreal and very close to McGill University. It manages to feel warm and welcoming while at the same time hitting a high standard for service and amenities. We have stayed at 5-6 hotels in the area and this has become our hotel of choice. Be sure to join the preferred customer club - it is free and gives you free wifi and free coffee delivered to your room every morning.
Cons: Discrepancy in room sizes when two parties made identical reservations in same class at same price at same time.
Hotel Omni Mount Royal sits at the foot of Mont Royal, along chic Sheerbrooke Street in Montreal's Golden Square Mile neighborhood. Peel Station is a 4-minute walk from the hotel, where visitors can tap into Underground City, a subterranean network of shops and galleries.
Pros: Great hotel! Everything is very walkable from this location. Staff was friendly and helpful. The concierge service was wonderful! Offered great places to eat and was very helpful
Pros: This was a very good hotel for a number of reasons: location, on-site parking, restaurant in the hotel, and reasonable prices.
Cons: There wasn't anything we didn't like. We stayed for two nights, didn't use the pool or fitness facilities.
Pros: The hotel lobby and room were very clean and well kept. The staff was friendly and accommodating to our needs, offering great suggestions of good places to eat as well.
Pros: Clean hotel and price for the stay
Cons: wasn't on a main strip, needed to drive to certain locations
Pros: Beds were very comfortable and rooms were very clean. The location was great, we walked everywhere.
Cons: They advertise a king bed in our room we booked but they do not have king beds in the hotel, their "king beds" are actually queen size beds. False advertisement. The staff argued with us over this matter after we had an 8 hour drive and got there at 1:30 am on friday july 31. Parking was also an issue, it was $25/day and they charged us for the thursday night, although we got there on friday morning. The staff was very difficult to deal with.
Pros: Clean rooms very nice pool and gym
Pros: Loved the location. Was near Old Montreal and many activities in area. Staff was very help in showing places to eat and visit.
Cons: Cookies that were given out with Tea and water were a little hard.
Pros: Great roof top pool, steam room and gym, easy access to many tourist destinations without being right in the middle of them.
The Hilton Garden Inn Montreal Centre-ville hotel is a short stroll to the gates of McGill University, and minutes away from the world famous underground city, Place des Arts Theater, shops and boutiques on Vibrant Ste. Catherine Street, the downtown business district and Palais des Congres. The Hilton Garden Inn Montreal Centre-ville hotel is a full service hotel, predominately serving corporate travelers; with ample underground parking, sauna, whirlpool, spacious exercise room, indoor rooftop swimming pool and outdoor terrace with a fabulous view. This Montreal Centre-ville Hilton Garden Inn hotel in Quebec features 221 rooms each equipped with dual high-speed Internet access, two telephones featuring voicemail and speaker capability, large work desk, complimentary high-speed Internet, with conveniently placed lighting and outlets. Also available is the Herman Mirra ergonomic chair for comfort. The Hospitality unit here at the Hilton Garden Inn Montreal Centre-ville hotel includes a coffee maker, microwave, and mini-fridge. Also, hair dryer, iron/ironing board, cable television, 32'' HDTV, in-house movies AM/FM radio, MP3 player and in-room safe. Our lobby dining room & lounge will feature ample seating in a warm spacious and inviting setting serving a full American breakfast buffet and continental menu for lunch and dinner daily. State-of-the-art conference facilities can serve groups up to 200 persons on ground lobby level. The Hilton Garden Inn Montreal Centre-ville hotel will easily become the place to choose for corporate travelers, business meetings or a getaway weekend in Quebec. *****Everything. Right where you need it.*****
Pros: We literally had a complete one bedroom apartment with fully equipped kitchen, dining room and living room. Bathroom was recently refurbished with an excellent shower. The breakfast which was included was far superior to any hotel buffet I'd seen befor
Cons: It happened to be quite a hot summer and the one air conditioner was located in the living room which didn't cool the bedroom where there was a ceiling fan which didn't provide much cooling.our kids actually moved their mattress into the LR in their unit
Pros: The room was WAY cooler than I was expecting! Also the guy at the desk that checked us in and out was really helpful (and pretty cute)
Cons: Couldn't find the exercise machines (the card said top floor - there was only a pool and sauna), kinda sad I didn't get the chance to check it out. Also re: breakfast, option for hot cooked food would have made the experience perfect.
Pros: Location in central Montreal, close to all amenities
Cons: No hot tub at pool.
Cons: We found toilet paper in the recently cleaned toilet. We didn't tell the reception, just flushed the toilet.
Pros: Location is good, walkable distance to St Catherine and China Town.
Cons: No access to stroller for the main entrance, as they have stairs only. We are 4 adults+2kids for a 2 bedrooms suite, they have to charge me $30extra per day for the addictional 2 adults. Also the parking costs $20 a day.
I would definitely recommend L'Appartement for traveling families. The cost of a nice 2 bedroom unit was more than fair and the staff was outstanding.
Pros: Room was spacious, clean and well maintained. Breakfast was not exotic but saved time and money.
Cons: There are only 2 small elevators servicing the building and the wait was a bit of a drag,
Staff were pleasant. no one seems interested in getting a client to stay more than one night. For example,when a person inquires about the next stay, don't just say 'We're full', but indicate alternate dates. Maybe the hotel is booked on friday,but not on Sunday... You lost my custom to a competitor down the street.
Pros: Enjoyed being on Sherbrooke Street, close to art galleries and an easy walk downtown.
Cons: The breakfast room needed extra staff to clean tabletops. The flow in that room is annoying- cramped where you pick up food, and it feels like everyone walks over you as you get the day started. This coud be remedied.
Excellent value for the price.
Pros: Location and staff.
Cons: Was a little too warm overall in the hotel, but the air conditioner in the room worked fine.
We were traveling with two kids under 10 and the place was absolutely perfect. Separate bedroom and a pull out sofa in the living room with a small kitchen and dining area. Our kids swam in the pool everyday and just loved it. The hotel is two or so blocks from the subway--and on the same line as the Biodome, Planetarium, etc. Lots of places to eat and get coffee within walking distance. The corner of Parc and Sherbrooke alone has a small crepe shop, a gelato spot, a lovely Greek restaurant, a serious coffee bar and two markets. We will definitely stay here again next time we're in Montreal.
Pros: Location is great. Kitchenette was fully appointed--pots, pans, mixing bowls, wine opener, dish towels, etc. Pool. Sauna. Balcony. All great.
Cons: The walls are a bit thin but our neighbors were thankfully quiet.
L'Appartement Htel welcomes you downtown Montreal on prestigious Sherbrooke Street, near McGill University and Place des Arts. The hotel is located in Montreal's premier entertainment district Le Quartier des Spectacles, steps away from Place des Festivals and La Maison du Festival Rio Tinto Alcan, sited on Ste-Catherine Street. We have been offering long term accommodations and the services of a three star hotel since 1986. Our rooftop indoor swimming pool and sundeck offer you a spectacular view of Mont-Royal and the downtown area. Saunas, exercise equipment, self-service Laundromat are just a few of the amenities available for you. The hotel offers complimentary continental breakfast that you can have in our private breakfast lounge or take and enjoy in the intimacy of your room. For business or pleasure, if you are looking for hotel accommodations downtown Montreal and the coziness of an apartment, you will appreciate the comfort of 126 studios and suites recently renovated, all with a fully equipped kitchenette.
Cons: Pool hard to swim laps in with kids in there
Pros: We thoroughly enjoyed our brief stay. The proximity to the old city attractions allowed us to park the car and walk/cab where we wanted to go. Concierge provided guidance to attractions and set us up for a romantic anniversary dinner at a top nearby restaurant. The service was outstanding and a great value. Merci pour ce merveilleux séjour!
Perfectly placed for business or leisure the InterContinental Montreal is connected to Montreal Convention Centre and boasts stunning views overlooking Old Montreal and the port. Nearby you’ll find many places to explore in the old city of Montreal including Notre-Dame Basilica. Upon your return enjoy signature cocktails at the Sarah B. bar relax in our salt-water lap pool or sample the sumptuous menu at Osco! Restaurant. Retire to a spacious guest room knowing every comfort is provided
Cons: Burger sliders at the bar was dry and rancid
Cons: i reserved a room wih two beds. I wss given a room with a king. I requested extra bedding so that my friend and I could separate in the bed somewhat. The concierge promised to provide this. She never sent any extra bedding. The sheets that were in my room had a hole in them and there was hair in my shower.
Pros: Nice hotel at central location, nice gym, comfy bed and room.
Cons: Noisy A/C - asked to fix, but guy claimed that's the normal noise level for their equipment, weird. And in one day, there were no hot water in shower for long time, had to take an almost cold one - water did come in about hour later.
Cons: Dirty bed linens
Pros: The location and room was absolutely wonderful.
Cons: Loved everything about my stay
Pros: Staff was friendly and helpful. Free WiFi and Hotel was underneath the metro which made things easy if you know where your going.
Cons: Bathroom was small and the main restaurant in the lobby was a bit pricey.
Pros: The view from the 21st floor
Cons: The wifi wasn't working and no obe would help
Pros: Metro is right under the hotel.
Walking distance to almost all attractions, if you're used to walking (Old Montreal, the Cathedral, Chinatown)
Cons: Older hotel.
Mall in the hotel is not very lively at all.
Garaged parking is quite expensive CAN$25-34. You can park on the street for free after certain hours.
Pros: Housekeeping staff and concierge were nice and helpful.
Cons: Food was blah and exorbitantly priced. Salads for two: over $50; breakfast buffet for two: over $50. What a complete waste of money! Save yourself time and money and grab a quick bite in the cafe a few shops down the hall or better yet at an outdoor cafe. The front desk staff were rude. when I checked in, I was told I had booked a king (needed a double), and that I was lucky they weren't sold out, so he was able to give me a room with a double (after sufficient attitude was delivered my way). I later found my confirmation email that clearly stated "deluxe double room". If I can find an alternate, clean hotel, I won't stay here again.
Pros: Great support staff, everyone was courteous, friendly, and helpful. and I do mean everyone at the hotel. Being located over the metro was big convenience to access subway system,
Cons: Why is breakfast always so pricey? It's too easy to spend $75-$100 for a family of four...
Pros: Maybe its good for extended stay or business travler
Cons: no concierge service we had to wait just about 45 minutes for service
For those seeking accommodations in the heart of vibrant downtown Montreal, one need look no further than the Montreal Marriott Chateau Champlain. Adjacent to the Bell Centre - one of city's top event venues - this luxury Montreal hotel is just a short walk to Old Montreal, shopping on St. Catherine Street and the campus of McGill University. At the hotel, guests enjoy spacious accommodations with thoughtful amenities including Marriott's signature Revive Bedding, free high-speed internet, HD LCD TVs and flexible workspace. Many guest rooms also afford spectacular views of the downtown Montreal Skyline. Guests can also dine in style at the Restaurant Samuel de Champlain or relax and unwind at L'Ultime Spa located on-site. Those planning a meeting or event in Montreal can take advantage of expert catering services and over 35,565 sq ft of meeting space. At the Marriott Chateau Champlain, your visit to Montreal will be a memorable one.
Pros: We enjoyed facials and massages at the spa. The food in the restaurant was good and breakfast buffet was plentiful.
Pros: Clean happy staff and affordable
Pros: The location is excellent, close to main amenities in downtown Montreal. The room was very clean and the bathroom seemed to have been recently renovated. I would definitely return to Delta Montreal.
Cons: This a short term stay hotel, the room was not equipped with a mini-fridge (although it offers complementary water bottles every morning).
Pros: Clean with decent amenities in a good location near the metro.
Cons: Carpet was worn, balcony doors didn't open.
Pros: The concierge was amazing. He gave great advice and made our restaurant reservations. Definitely will use the service of a concierge in my future travels.
Loved the room style and décor, very modern. The room we had was pretty big and had a cute balcony, though I wish there were a couple of chairs out there to be able sit.
Cons: The breakfast is not worth it for the price they charge. Go outside the hotel to St. Catherine's. We found a great place where we got to sit outside and enjoy the atmosphere of the city.
Also getting a drink at the bar is way too costly for the amount of liquor you receive.
The housekeeping staff I would say is kind of slow at cleaning. We left the hotel room at 9am and returned at 4:30pm. Our room was still not cleaned. I ended up just asking for fresh towels. We were relaxing and getting ready for the evening when we received a note underneath our door saying that if we were leaving by 6pm they would still clean our room. At least they did leave a note.
Pros: We like the location,and amenities. Everything was great. Staff was wonderful
Cons: Coffe at the restraunt was over priced and burnt. Not good....
Pros: Rooms are efficient and well appointed. Beds are very comfortable. Food is mediocre but the staff is lovely.
Pros: Large rooms for a city hotel. Clean, updated rooms.
Pros: The staff were very-very nice, all of them.
The room had a desk with cables to connect to ethernet and the TV, very good to get some work done.
Cons: The breakfast was a little expensive.
Pros: The location is right downtown. It was easy to walk to meals and attractions. There is also a hotel bar and restaurant that looked nice but we wanted to see Montreal :)
The staff were all very friendly and the room was modern and clean. The pictures of the hotel are very accurate. It was nice and very reasonable to stay there!
Pros: The location was absolutely amazing. The staff was great and the rooms were nice and at a decent price. Great bang for your buck
Whether you're in Montreal, Canada for work or for play, you'll be delighted with the modern amenities, friendly service and convenient downtown location of the Delta Hotels Montreal. We've designed our rooms and suites to give you the space and comfort you need, as well as a host of perks that will make your stay as enjoyable as possible. Contemporary hotel rooms offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and warm lighting; many also feature balconies. Fuel up for a day in Montreal with breakfast at Resto-Bar Le Cordial, or stop by later in the evening for dinner. Relax with an indulgent treatment at our on-site spa, or squeeze in a workout at the fitness centre. Host your next event with us here in downtown Montreal, and make use of our 15,000 square feet of venue space and our expert planning services. And spend time exploring the city while you're here; we're within walking distance of Old Montreal, and close to McGill University and the Bell Centre. We look forward to welcoming you to the Delta Hotels Montreal!
Pros: The hotel looked much nicer online . The room was clean and the location is just alright.
Cons: The noise was awful you can hear everything in the hall. I could even hear my neighbors phone ringing a ton. The AC units were extremely loud and the water pressure in the bathroom
would drop making a hissing/squeaking noise after use. Another pet peeve is no fan in the bathroom and the doors have glass on them so when you turn the light on at night you could potentially be waking up your partner or anyone else with you. The parking garage underground is tight and super low, my Jeep Wrangler almost didn't make the height clearance. Wasn't impressed one bit by this hotel very over rated.
Pros: Located within the heart of Montreal with easy access to metro stations
Pros: Affordable choice in downtown, and beds are very comfortable. Hotel staff called around for us on Easter Sunday to see which restaurants would be open before sending us out.
Cons: Normally I love the hot tub at this Sheraton. Unfortunately during our stay it was out of order, which is a huge bummer. Not that it will make or break a trip, but when you're deciding between a few hotels in the area at the same price point and allowed that to influence your decision a little, it's a letdown. Also, this is 2015 - who charges for WiFi?
Pros: Bed was so comfortable. Breakfast was delicious.
Cons: That I couldn't stay longer!
Pros: The staff was very friendly. More so than most other places we have stayed.
Pros: Great service
Pros: The atmosphere in the reception and foyer area and friendliness of staff in dining room
Stay in the heart of Montreal. Our welcoming hotel is ideally situated across the street from the famous Bell Centre and just steps from the Underground City, top dining and shopping on St. Catherine Street. Plus, the bustling business district is mere minutes away. Share magnificent views from the 37th-floor Sheraton Club Lounge, and connect with our computer workstations, located in the lobby. Stay in shape at the Sheraton Fitness center. Rejuvenate afterward in our indoor saltwater pool, whirlpool, and sauna, or with a massage at Studio Pressurat. Relax in our 825 guest rooms and suites, where Sheraton Signature Sleep Experience beds combine with state-of-the-art technology and modern décor. Additionally, Sheraton Club Rooms offer upgraded amenities and access to the Sheraton Club Lounge with city views.
Pros: Only a few minutes walk to the Bell Centre and within walking distance to shopping and historic downtown. Airport shuttle stop less than a block from the door. Room was tiny but served me fine and the price could not be beaten for the location. Even had a mini fridge and sink in room but I did have to go down the hall for shared washroom which was expected. Great staff. Everything clean and tidy.
Cons: Lots of noise from the street and air conditioner did not cool room.
Pros: Staff is amazing. Super nice.
Pros: The room itself is decent value - private room with sink, fridge, and tv.
Cons: Doors slam with some frequency, so it's hard to get a good night's sleep. The bed was a little flimsy, so I found that it moved whenever I shifted around. Last thing - I felt kind of itchy all night long. Not sure if my skin was just irritated by something, or if there were some type of critter biting me.
Pros: Affordable downtown hostel.
Cons: Shower room could use some cleaning.
Cons: Shared bathroom and absence of parking
The Montreal Y hotel is located in the heart of downtown Montreal close to restaurants, shops and the main tourist attractions of this charming and dynamic city. This residence founded in 1875 shelters a hotel (classified 3 stars) and an Auberge-Inn (classified 4 stars). It offers comfortable and welcoming accommodations at competitive and affordable rates for tourist and business stays.