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.
Auberge du Vieux Port
Set in a converted nineteenth-century warehouse, this 45-room property retains some of its original charm with stone and exposed brick walls and deep arched windows that overlook the cobblestoned streets of Old Montreal.
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.