9 expert reviews
“A five-story building dating back to 1886, Auberge Bonaparte has dormer windows, solid oak doors, and original stone.”
– Travel + Leisure
"A handsome inn, steps from the Basilique Notre-Dame, built in 1886 and shaded by smart burgundy awnings."
"This famous, familial Quebec inn has something in common with its neighbor, Notre-Dame basilica, namely pilgrims" Full review
"The winding cobblestone streets of Old Montreal are peppered with art galleries, cafes and swank boutiques."
"Stately and distinguished, Bonaporte feels like a private library tucked inside a 19th-century building, with a romantic inn upstairs." Full review
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"Wrought-iron beds and Louis Philippe furnishings lend a suitably Napoleonic touch to this historic 30-room inn, a former judge’s residence built in 1886." Full review