Here's Our Travel Guide to This Nation of Over 7,000 Islands
1. Marriot Château Champlain Hotel1 Place du Canada, Montreal
2. Hotel Gault449 rue Sainte-Hélène, Montréal
3. Hotel 1010 rue Sherbrooke Quest, Montreal
4. Hôtel Chez Swann1444 rue Drummond, Montréal
5. Auberge Les Bons Matins1401 Argyle ave, Montreal
6. Pierre du Calvet405 rue Bonsecours, Montreal
Located downtown, the Montréal Marriott Château Champlain is packed with over 600 ultra-comfy, amenity-abundant suites, 29,000sqft of event space, and panoramic views of Dorchester and Dominion Squares from its arched windows.
The stunning façade of this five-story hotel (built in 1871) is offset by the super sleek, minimalist design of the building's modern, open-layout rooms decked out with flat screen LED tv's and blue ray players. Some suites even have 3D tv's!
Hotel 10's super-sleek 136 boutique guest rooms offer personalized concierge service, in-room massages, a 24-hr gym, and room service. Other sweet perks: KOKO resto and their outdoor terrace.
Described on its website as "evocative, eccentric, eclectic, and culturally significant,” Hôtel Chez Swann is clearly more than just a hotel; it's an artistic theatrical experience!
Modern and colorful decor runs throughout Les Bons Matins, both in the hotel rooms and breakfast dining area. Each suite is furnished with a central bar, full kitchen, jacuzzi, wifi, and sweet terrace access.
Built in 1725, Pierre du Calvet is the oldest historical house and hotel in Montreal. Guests are given access to the hotel library, indoor garden, and terrace. Enjoy a meal in one of their ornate dining rooms before venturing out into the cultural center of Old-Montreal.