This restored fin-de-siècle hôtel particulier set a new standard for boutique luxury when it opened in 2002 in Old Montréal. The owners...more
Converted from the late Art Deco–style Banque du Canada building, the 152-room W Montréal does the usual W thing with the wacky names (the gym is...more
The 136-room Opus Hotel Montréal combines two distinct wings: The 1914 Godin building (formerly the Hotel Godin) is fitted like a puzzle piece into a...more
A stone's throw from the old port, the 105-room Nelligan, opened in 2002, combines classic Old Montréal charm (original stonework, dark woods) with...more
The location of this swish, though somewhat spare, contemporary hotel is unrivaled, especially if you have business in buzzing centre-ville. Accoutrements of...more
A converted textile warehouse in Old Montréal, the Gault's 30 loftlike rooms have polished concrete floors, cast-iron columns, exposed brickwork, and...more
Located on the riverfront in Old Montréal, the 27-room Auberge du Vieux-Port has shabby-chic charm in spades. Exposed brick or stone walls, casement...more
Passersby might never guess that this inconspicuous brown brick building on the edge of the Gay Village is actually a historic 1870 mansion that houses a bed...more
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