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Montreal Hotels

Good hotel accommodation is one of Montreal's fortes, with everything available. Book well ahead if your trip to Montreal coincides with one of the city's numerous festivals when hotel availability is at a premium. If you're looking for cheap hotels in Montreal, consider visiting the city during off-peak season in winter.

The Montreal hotels below have been grouped into three pricing categories:
Luxury (over C$250)
Moderate (C$150 to C$250)
Cheap (up to C$150)
These are the starting prices for a standard double room and include taxes and breakfast unless otherwise specified. A hotel tax of 3%, as well as GST (goods and services tax) of 5% and TVQ (Québec sales tax) of 7.5%, is added to all hotel bills in Montreal.

Luxury

Château Versailles

This Agatha Christie-esque hotel is ideal for anyone looking for a quiet Montreal hotel. Converted from posh townhouses, the interior features antique fixtures, delightful rooms and an overall classy atmosphere. You won’t be able to find a better location, right in the city’s heart and at the base of Mount Royal. Pampered pooches are welcome, as are well-behaved children. In addition to the usual services, the hotel also offers hourly baby-sitting.

Address: , 1659 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal, Quebec, H3H 1E3
Telephone: +1 514 933 3611.
Website: http://www.chateauversaillesmontreal.com

Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth

Due to reopen in June 2017 following a C$140 million refurbishment project, this Montreal landmark has hosted a fair few celebrities, and was the headquarters of John and Yoko’s famous ‘bed in’. Its central location and métro link up is ideal for disoriented travellers. Services are top of the range with a beauty parlour, health club and indoor pool.

Address: , 900 boulevard René-Lévesque West, Montreal, Quebec, H3B 4A5
Telephone: +1 514 861 3511.
Website: http://www.fairmont.com

Hotel Le Germain

This Montreal hotel has 101 designer rooms. Everything is eye pleasing from the minimalist furniture to the low-lit hallways. If you own an iPad and appreciate nice shoes, this trendy hotel should tick your boxes. Rooms are loft style and have superior cotton sheets, goose down duvets and – ladies will appreciate this - Aveda bathroom products.

Address: , 2050 rue Mansfield, Montreal, Quebec, H3A 1Y9
Telephone: +1 514 849 2050.
Website: http://www.germainmontreal.com

Moderate

Hotel Le Crystal

Those in search of deluxe accommodation need look no further. Rooms are kitted out with top of the range gizmos, including flat screen tvs, super powered shower heads, espresso machines and high speed Wi-Fi. Suites range from urban to penthouse, all boasting modern-elegant surroundings, plush beds and excellent bathrooms. The hotel’s pool, spa and health centre are all also state of the art, naturally.

Address: , 1100 rue de la Montagne, Montreal, Quebec, H3G 0A1
Telephone: +1 514 861 5550.
Website: http://www.hotellecrystal.com

InterContinental Montreal

Opposite the Palais des Congrès convention centre and perched on the edge of Old Montreal, the InterContinental Montreal is well situated for sightseeing and is linked to a stunning atrium. Its 357 rooms and suites are well-appointed and the turret suites offer great wraparound views. For relaxation, there is a fitness centre, sauna and pool.

Address: , 360 rue St-Antoine West, Montreal, Quebec, H2Y 3X4
Telephone: +1 514 987 9900.
Website: http://www.montreal.intercontinental.com

Le Place D’Armes

Listed as a boutique hotel with 135 rooms, visitors often choose this hotel as it has lots of personality with its stylish interior design and Old Montreal location. Brick walls, walk-in rain showers, plush goose down duvets and pillows and contemporary decor make the rooms warm and interesting, plus the 3,000sq ft Rainspa featuring a traditional Middle Eastern hammam.

Address: , 55 Saint-Jacques West, Montreal, Quebec, H2Y 3X2
Telephone: +1 514 842 1887.
Website: http://www.hotelplacedarmes.com

Cheap

Anne ma Soeur Anne

In the trendy district of the Plateau, you’ll find this small Montreal hotel with its 17 bright rooms attracts twenty-somethings on holiday. An ideal pied-à-terre for young couples who are interested in checking out the bar scene or for visitors who want to spend their days exploring this happening district at leisure. All rooms have a small kitchen area, large bathrooms and internet access; the pricier rooms and suites have private terraces or balconies overlooking the back garden.

Address: , 4119 rue St-Denis, Montreal, Quebec, H2W 2M7
Telephone: +1 514 281 3187.
Website: http://www.annemasoeuranne.com

Hotel Quartier des Spectacles

Taking its name from the entertainment district where it's based, Hotel Quartier des Spectacles' exposed brickwork, hardwood floors and simple yet spaciously designed rooms makes it one of the most appealing budget options in the downtown area. Recently renovated, the four-story centennial building currently doesn't offer disabled access.

Address: , 17 Saint-Catherine Street West, Montreal, H2X 3V4
Telephone: +1 514 849 1619.
Website: http://www.hotelquartierdesspectacles.com

Le Relais Lyonnais

Clean, great location and with nicely decorated rooms, Le Relais is the perfect base for visitors looking for affordable accommodation. Rooms are simple and comfortable with modern interior design and reception staff are more than happy to hand out maps. The hotel is next to Berri-UQAM Metro station, which is extremely convenient for car-less tourists.

Address: , 1595 rue St Denis, Montreal, Quebec, H2X 3K3
Telephone: +1 514 448 2999.
Website: http://www.lerelaislyonnais.com

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Hotel Quartier des Spectacles

Taking its name from the entertainment district where it's based, Hotel Quartier des Spectacles' exposed brickwork, hardwood floors and simple yet spaciously designed rooms makes it one of the most appealing budget options in the downtown area. Recently renovated, the four-story centennial building currently doesn't offer disabled access.

Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth

Due to reopen in June 2017 following a C$140 million refurbishment project, this Montreal landmark has hosted a fair few celebrities, and was the headquarters of John and Yoko’s famous ‘bed in’. Its central location and métro link up is ideal for disoriented travellers. Services are top of the range with a beauty parlour, health club and indoor pool.

InterContinental Montreal

Opposite the Palais des Congrès convention centre and perched on the edge of Old Montreal, the InterContinental Montreal is well situated for sightseeing and is linked to a stunning atrium. Its 357 rooms and suites are well-appointed and the turret suites offer great wraparound views. For relaxation, there is a fitness centre, sauna and pool.

Hotel Le Crystal

Those in search of deluxe accommodation need look no further. Rooms are kitted out with top of the range gizmos, including flat screen tvs, super powered shower heads, espresso machines and high speed Wi-Fi. Suites range from urban to penthouse, all boasting modern-elegant surroundings, plush beds and excellent bathrooms. The hotel’s pool, spa and health centre are all also state of the art, naturally.

Château Versailles

This Agatha Christie-esque hotel is ideal for anyone looking for a quiet Montreal hotel. Converted from posh townhouses, the interior features antique fixtures, delightful rooms and an overall classy atmosphere. You won’t be able to find a better location, right in the city’s heart and at the base of Mount Royal. Pampered pooches are welcome, as are well-behaved children. In addition to the usual services, the hotel also offers hourly baby-sitting.

Hotel Le Germain

This Montreal hotel has 101 designer rooms. Everything is eye pleasing from the minimalist furniture to the low-lit hallways. If you own an iPad and appreciate nice shoes this trendy hotel should tick your boxes. Rooms are loft style and have superior cotton sheets goose down duvets and – ladies will appreciate this - Aveda bathroom products.