Montreal’s Best Boutique Hotels



We love stylish and sophisticated and hope that you do too! Should you be searching for the perfect weekend stay in Montreal, or just looking for an exciting night downtown, check out the following Downtown Montreal Boutique Hotels located close-by all the action:

  • Hotel St Paul -> Four Star Boutique Hotel in the Old Port of Montreal
  • Opus Hotel -> Downtown corner of Sherbrooke & St. Catharines, walking distance to clubs etc..
  • The W Hotel -> Old Port of Montreal 
  • Le Place D’Arms Hotel & Suites -> http://www.hotelplacedarmes.com/en/ 
From each of these downtown Montreal hotels, you will be able to enjoy the best of Montreal: St. Catherines street (the shopping district), St. Laurent Boulevard (a.k.a: the Main, not quite as bumping as it used to be but it’s still worth a gather;), and of course, the Old Port of Montreal (the heart of the city). Some of the venues, like Place D’Arms Hotel actually has one of the best Spa’s in the city located right inside: RAIN. The W Montreal is also know for their Wonderbar Wednesdays, and their upstairs lounge is always a crowd pleaser.
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One response to “Montreal’s Best Boutique Hotels”

  1. The Travel Jew says :

    I would also recommend Le Saint Sulpice Hotel (www.lesaintsulpice.com) in Downtown Montreal as well. It’s a great place to go if you are looking for luxury suites and a great restaurant. There is also a spa near the hotel if you want to relax after a day in the cold. They have some of the city’s best accomodation (Montreal). Conde Nast readers rated it among the top luxury boutique hotels in Canada.

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