Hotel St. Paul

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Old Montreal

This 119-room property, housed in a Beaux Arts building in Old Montreal, exudes modern style. The lobby is done up in rich jewel tones, gold, velvet and leather accents, and in the wintertime, there’s a fire roaring. Bedrooms are more subdued, outfitted in neutral hues with features like plush fabric canopies, tufted headboards, soaker tubs and a Bluetooth sound system. (Rooms, from $230)

Hotel St. Paul
355 Rue McGillMontreal, Canada
514-380-2222

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