Loews Hotel Vogue
If shopping is a priority when visiting Montreal, consider a stay here; it’s conveniently situated on a boutique-lined downtown street, and equidistant to two of the best high-end department stores.
William Gray Hotel
This hotel, which opened in the summer of 2016, combines Old Montreal charm and new construction, with a glass tower that’s been built on top of two landmark stone buildings.
Alt Hotel Griffintown
Feeling adventurous? Stay at this modern hotel in Griffintown, the up-and-coming neighborhood near the Lachine Canal.
This 19th-century building, once the headquarters for A.F. Gault’s textile business, is now home to 30 rooms: a mix of high-ceilinged lofts, sprawling suites, and apartments for long- or short-term stays.
After a $200 million renovation in 2012, the Ritz-Carlton has restored its place at the pinnacle of luxurious hospitality in Montreal.
Hotel Le St. James
Located in a former Merchants' Bank building in Old Montreal, this boutique hotel seems to be a favorite of visiting celebrities.
This stylish bed and breakfast is nestled on a picturesque residential street facing Mount Royal Park.
Hotel St. Paul
This 119-room property, housed in a Beaux Arts building in Old Montreal, exudes modern style.
Hotel Le Germain
This 99-room boutique hotel, conveniently located downtown, features well-appointed rooms with comfortable touches, such as rainfall showers and a Nespresso coffee maker.