Montreal

Showing 158 hotels
Sort by
9
Old Montréal
16 reviews
Minimalist design rules the day here, but with soft edges. — Afar Magazine
9
Old Montréal
17 reviews
This sophisticated art- and design-driven hotel is named after one of Quebec's favorite sons, poet Emile Nelligan, and his framed poems hang throughout the building. — Star Service
9
Downtown
15 reviews
Located in downtown's Golden Square Mile, the palazzo-style building housing the Ritz-Carlton, known as “La Grande Dame”, has a history dating back to 1912. — Travel + Leisure
8
Downtown
10 reviews
Unlike the W Hotel and newer Le Westin, this hotel lays out its charms on a much smaller scale. Still, service and standards here are very high. — Star Service
8
Old Montréal
14 reviews
Welcoming boutique hotel with classic style that attracts both tourists and celebrities... musicians performing at the many nearby music venues. — Oyster
8
Old Montréal
12 reviews
You can always count on the W to provide you with a chi-chi yet serene suite. Every imaginable amenity at the tip of your perfectly manicured pinkie. — BlackBook
8
Old Montréal
13 reviews
This charming boutique hotel is strategically located on Place d'Armes in the center of the ecclesiastic and financial district of Old Montreal. — Michelin Guide
8
Old Montréal
12 reviews
There is a deep vein of fierce competition that runs right through the cobblestone streets of Old Montreal, pitting boutique hotel against boutique hotel in a vicious battle for first place. — Lonely Planet
8
Downtown
12 reviews
Don't you love it when a plan comes together? Everything is utterly seamless at Sofitel. Saunter through the modernist lobby, all steel beams and black leather. — BlackBook
8
Old Montréal
11 reviews
Nestled in the heart of Old Montreal on the banks of the scenic St Lawrence River with an enviable St Paul Street address, Auberge du Vieux-Port hotel is heavy with historic Quebecois je ne sais quoi. — Mr & Mrs Smith
8
Downtown
9 reviews
Family-friendly hotel in the heart of downtown, and only one hour away from ski resorts and 20 minutes from golf. — Travel + Leisure
8
Old Montréal
7 reviews
Still, this tidy little hotel is worth seeking out for its central location and spacious, faintly aristocratic guest rooms. — Frommer's
8
Old Montréal
12 reviews
8
Old Montréal
10 reviews
Couples seeking a hideaway can find it at this quiet boutique hotel that marries modern design with old stone walls and exposed beams. — Fodor's
8
Downtown
9 reviews
Two and a half acres of rooftop gardens and an open-air swimming pool set the Hilton apart from the usual corporate hotels, and make it a great place to take the family. — Fodor's
8
Downtown
10 reviews
This brilliant design-hotel is harbored in a handsome art-nouveau-style building dating from 1914. It is a five-minute walk to Place des Arts, Montreal's prime arts and entertainment venue. — Star Service
8
Old Montréal
9 reviews
A five-story building dating back to 1886, Auberge Bonaparte has dormer windows, solid oak doors, and original stone. — Travel + Leisure
8
Old Montréal
8 reviews
Guest rooms fall under four confusing categories -- Irresistible, Inspiring, Iconic, and Illustrious -- but are spacious, quiet, and outfitted with marble bathrooms. — Frommer's
1 - 20 of 158 results