test 27 mars 2018

Isa Tousignant

Boutique-hotel luxury is all about the particulars – the style, the amenities, the unique touches that are offered only there. Treat yourself to the personalized experiences hidden all over the downtown core, at Montréal’s beautiful boutique hotels, and start building lifelong travel memories.

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Experience 19th century charm

Located a few steps away from the Notre-Dame Basilica, Le Place d’Armes Hôtel & Suites is an Old Montréal hotel in a stunningly retrofitted 19th century building has a lively nightlife at Brasserie 701 and the rooftop bar, plus Japanese dining at the Kyo Bar Japonais. The great perks for guests include free wine and cheese tastings.

Gaze at the city’s most stunning view

On St-Paul in the heart of Old Montréal, Hôtel Nelligan boasts one of the city’s most stunning views from the rooftop deck. Settle in for an outdoor tête à tête in the summer, or in cooler months, sink deep into one of the armchairs in the lobby or the happening eatery, Méchant Boeuf. Reserve a room with a view onto the impressive Atrium.

Watch fireworks from a rooftop

Auberge du Vieux Port is another hotel with a fantastic rooftop! Because of its location facing the St-Lawrence River and the Old Port, nothing beats watching the weekly fireworks from the rooftop resto, Terrasse sur l’Auberge. The rooms’ exposed brick and flagstone walls and the windows that can open up onto De la Commune add a really special sense of authenticity.

Find your home away from home

Dotted around Old Montréal and serviced by the Auberge du Vieux Port, Lofts du Vieux Port is 22 distinct living spaces ranging from studios to two-bedroom lofts, decorated with exposed stonework and plush furnishings, and fully equipped with the most luxurious amenities. We’re talking flat screen TVs and everything from dishwasher to stainless cookware in the well-appointed kitchens.

Soak up some culture

With a special interest in local art, which you’ll see everywhere from the hallways to the grandiose lobby, Le St-Sulpice is an all-suite hotel that puts culture forward. You’re likely to see notable authors or actors munching brunch on the beautiful garden terrasse. Every room is appointed with a Nespresso machine and has French windows that open.