18 expert 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
"Many of the bedrooms are dark-wooded, masculine retreats, with puffy duvets, heaps of pillows, and quality mattresses." Full review
"A stone's throw from the old port, the 105-room Nelligan, opened in 2002, combines classic Old Montréal charm (original stonework, dark woods) with modern touches (a soaring atrium)."
"There's a cultivated air of refinement echoing through this ultraromantic hotel, a landmark on rue St-Paul named after Québec's most passionate poet, Émile Nelligan." Full review
At the pub-style bar, Méchant Bœuf, make sure to snag a table near the window overlooking rue St-Paul and watch the world hustle by.
"Beautifully restored stone-and-brick building, dating to the 1830s, in the heart of Old Montreal, with 63 comfortable and spacious rooms and a superb restaurant, Verses."
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"Housed in two restored buildings and named in honor of Québec’s most famous and tragic poet, Émile Nelligan, m woods, original details... and luxurious fittings." Full review