Montreal

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9
Old Montréal
16 reviews
Renovated in 2002, this majestic 19th-century structure combines upscale rustic charm with modern-day amenities. — Gayot
9
Old Montréal
17 reviews
Guest rooms have a classically elegant vibe with eggshell walls, and warm stately dark woods juxtaposed with splashes of reds and earthy grays. — Afar Magazine
9
Downtown
15 reviews
The lavish Ritz-Carlton, Montreal is still spotless and sparkling from its chandelier-strung ceilings to its marble floors, despite dating back to 1912 — Oyster
9
Downtown
15 reviews
The first hotel in North America to boast escalators, air-conditioning and direct dial telephones when it opened in 1958, things have come full circle for Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth. — The Telegraph
8
Old Montréal
14 reviews
At the majestic Hotel Le St-James, each room and suite is individually decorated with antiques and art. — Forbes Travel Guide
8
Downtown
10 reviews
Forbes Travel Guide Recommended Hotel Le Crystal offers the individuality of a boutique property in the heart of downtown Montreal, with urban-chic suites providing plenty of local flair. — Forbes Travel Guide
8
Downtown
14 reviews
Natural light, dark wood, glass and sleek lines. Snug but comfy rooms with all the amenities and stop-you-in-your-tracks views of the cityscape. — BlackBook
8
Old Montréal
12 reviews
In Montreal, this is about as close to Las Vegas as you can get without jumping on a plane, and with the latest multi-million dollar redesign repeat guests will be satisfied. — Star Service
8
Old Montréal
14 reviews
Handily situated two minutes from the subway, and at the junction of three of the city’s most popular tourist neighborhoods, the Hotel Place d’Armes makes for an easy, car-free vacation. — Afar Magazine
8
Old Montréal
12 reviews
Literally steps from all the main attractions, yet with an inner courtyard that creates a core of tranquility at the heart of the mayhem. — DK Eyewitness
8
Downtown
9 reviews
Just north of the hustle and bustle of St. Catherine Street, and around the corner from both Montreal'€™s Museum of Fine Arts and the Bell Center... are 126 well-appointed guest rooms. — Gayot
8
Downtown
12 reviews
The Sofitel Montreal combines sleek, modern allure with tasteful hints of the mansion'€™s past, including historical relics such as the lobby'€™s fireplace. — Gayot
8
Old Montréal
12 reviews
Situated across from Le Vieux-Port, this...hotel reflects the charm of Old Montreal. Its beautiful, airy rooms -- some with water views -- feature details like wood beam ceilings. — Oyster
8
Old Montréal
7 reviews
For guests who anticipate a true Montreal urban experience—full of art, sensational design and whimsical style—need look no further than this boutique-hotel, which offers unparalled service to boot — Star Service
8
Old Montréal
12 reviews
Serene and slick, white hot and entrancing. So cool it burns, like the flame in the marble wall at the entrance. — BlackBook
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
The brutalist façade of this city-centre hotel belies the warm professionalism of the staff within — The Telegraph
8
Downtown
9 reviews
Modernist Montreal party pad with globetrotting locavore fare, a sleek terrace and a popular nightclub. — Jetsetter
8
Old Montréal
9 reviews
Even the smallest rooms in this fashionable urban inn are gracefully presented -- they're sizeable, with comfortable, firm beds and bright decor. — Frommer's
8
Old Montréal
8 reviews
This hotel is just a short walk across the lobby of one of Montreal'€™s most historic landmarks, the Nordheimer building. — Gayot
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