Travelers on a limited budget may book one of the 65 cheap hotels in Montreal, such as the affordable Lelux Hotel. Adventurers will appreciate the proximity to Eglise Sainte-Brigide de Kildare that Alexandrie Hostel has to offer. For a cheap lodging, consider Terrasse Royale, a simple 3-star hotel with a health club and a patio, situated about 5 minutes on foot from Université-de-Montréal metro station.
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Where to stay in Montreal?
Best cheap hotels in Montreal
Montreal airports & Subway stations
Visitors staying a bit further from the city center of Montreal should book a hotel near Place d'Armes subway station, such as Hotel Gault or Lhotel Montreal, while it is easier to explore the city by this means of public transport. Montreal Marriott Chateau Champlain is a casual hotel that will put in Downtown Montreal district, about a 5-minute walk from Central Montreal train station.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
If you would like to feel the city beat, numerous hotels in Montreal are situated in the downtown, including Courtyard By Marriott Montreal Downtown and Fairfield Inn & Suites By Marriott. A cheaper option in the center is M Montreal Hostel, which comes at 94US$ per night. The area of Notre-Dame-de-Grace district features an array of hotels, one upscale option is Motel Colibri, which features a free private parking lot and free parking.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Montreal
The luxury Hotel Le Germain Montreal is a great option, situated in Ville-Marie district, with room rates starting from 233US$. If you appreciate nature, you can try Hotel Place D'Armes, a boutique hotel next to parks and an oasis. Hotel 10 offers a tennis court, a patio and racquetball as well as an unbeatable comfort of a chain hotel.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
La Petite Bourgeoise is a family-friendly budget apartment which also offers a patio and complimentary private parking. If you are looking for a B&B in Montreal, Pensione Popolo is a valid option in Plateau Mont Royal district not far from Mount Royal Park. For travelers planning on visiting Montreal with family, think of Omni Mont Royal next to Centre d'histoire de Montreal, a kid-friendly hotel that features an outdoor swimming pool, a Jacuzzi and a solarium. Guests hoping to spend vacation relaxing in one of the Montreal´s resorts may enjoy staying at Courtyard By Marriott Montreal Airport, situated within walking distance of a river and parks.
City Guide: Discover the best of Montreal
Montreal is a fusion of cultures.
A North American city where the slim majority, or 52.4 percent, of its 3.6 million metropolitan area inhabitants speak French – the second largest city in Canada is also the second largest primarily French-speaking city in the world, after Paris.
Its French origins, combined with English and immigrants from every corner of the globe, and its setting in stunning Quebec, makes Montreal one of the most unique cities in the world.
Known as the only city in the world where the “sun rises in the south”, this geographical anomaly is due to the locals. The city borders the St Lawrence River, and locals say that's south, looking toward the United States – they ignore the fact the river runs almost north and south at that point.
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Montreal first came to the world’s attention in the 1960s Montreal hosted the most successful World Fair «
“EXPO-67” preparations for the event brought with it a subway system and easy access to a variety of places to see. These include;
- Saint Joseph's Oratory, the largest one in Canada
- Mont (Mount) Royal, provides excellent view of the city and is a popular recreation spot
- Olympic Stadium, built for the 1976 Olympics
- Notre-Came Basillica - Montreal's oldest Catholic Church, built in 1656, is known for its intricately designed interior, which includes stained glass chronicling the history of the city.
Montreal grew to an economic center on the back of prohibition in the US when thirsty American crossed the border in search of liquor in the 1920s and that atmosphere of a city that can show visitors a good time remains.
Even in the dead of winter Montreal remains when minus 20degC temperatures forces fun below street level into the Underground City.
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