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View on map6.8 mi from City Center800 yd from Arena de Lachine
From US$ 175 /night
View on map7.0 mi from City Center300 yd from Arena de Lachine
From US$ 78 /night
6.7 mi from City Center900 yd from Arena de Lachine
7.5 mi from City Center200 yd from Bingo Lachine
From US$ 456 /night
4 hotels found
Guest reviews of hotels in Montreal
Embassy Suites By Hilton Montreal
Perfect location to visit the historical center, we were given the presidential suite, with a large living room, separate rooms for the children and Jacuzzi, almost made you want to stay in
Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth
Hotel Bonaventure Montreal
The hotel a few steps from the train terminal, it was wonderful to arrive from another city and without going outside you arrived by what they call the underground city to the hotel. We didn't suffer from the cold. The subway also connects to the train station so you could travel around Montreal without taking a taxi or going outside. You can walk through the tunnels that connect downtown Montreal.
Hilton Garden Inn Montreal Centre-Ville
The beds are excellent and showers have enough hot water. The parking lot also looked very good to us since the elevator service is integrated from the parking lot and you can get directly to the rooms, that you have already registered.
We were upgraded as soon as we arrived, so even though the quality/price ratio was not very good (it was a bit expensive), when we were upgraded it improved. The room was very big, double, with two bathrooms. Spacious, with everything in the bathroom (bathtub, and shower in one of the two, in the other only shower), with all the amenities included. (There is no bidet but that is usual in USA/CANADA). Safe with capacity for laptop. Wardrobe of acceptable size. Nesspreso coffee machine. Usb port type plugs for mobile/ipad charging, etc. Very large and comfortable bed. Lights on the sides of the bed. It is very close to the Latin Quarter, a very comfortable place to go for dinner, lunch and about 15-20 minutes from the old port of Montreal. We didn't go, but there is a gym in the hotel, and a bar with a very cool terrace. There is a possibility of having a continental breakfast buffet and if not, there is a cafeteria for a la carte breakfast.
Best Western Plus Montreal Downtown-Hotel Europa
The location is excellent, the wifi worked perfectly from the room, cozy and very comfortable room. It is near a commercial area and very close to a subway stop. For people who want to make the transfer from the airport in the bus 747, there is a stop a few meters away.
Vogue Hotel Montreal Downtown, Curio Collection By Hilton
The bathroom is huge, with whirlpools. It's the best thing in the room. It's not huge, but it's not small either. Very comfortable bed. The hotel is very well located. The staff is extraordinary.
Montreal Marriott Chateau Champlain
Comfortable room, good bed and good location. Good attention, wide facilities and good coffee restaurant. It's close to the center and on foot you can reach it well. Comfortable that it had parking, although it is paid directly (not to the hotel).
Courtyard By Marriott Montreal Downtown
Small hotel very well located, friendly staff and good price/quality ratio. There is no point in buying breakfast, it is expensive and there are better and cheaper options just a few steps away.
Residence Inn By Marriott Montreal Downtown
There are many shopping areas and malls nearby. It's only 30-40 min walk from Notre Dame Cathedral and Old Port. Rooms have large beds and very complete kitchen area.
Hotel Birks Montreal
An incredible and impeccable hotel, elegant and warm. All its staff is very attentive, from the Vallet Parking, who had to drive our car because we could not find the parking lot, to the concierge who explained the points to visit and eat in the city. Excellent location, in the center of the city. A few steps from the entrance to the Metro, from Sainte Catherine Street with its shops and restaurants, a walking neighborhood and with access to the underground city Rèso. Also when we came back 2 days later (we went to Quebec), they made us an up grade piece that is appreciated and valued..an incredible piece looking at the city. It has an exquisite restaurant and always full of life.
The attention received by the staff of. Reception and by the concierge has been unbeatable. The location is very good.
Hotel Place D'Armes
The room! It was super spacious, decorated in a minimalist style. The bathroom was super spacious. A perfect location near the subway, the old port and the Basilica of Notredame. And the service of the staff, all super friendly and helpful.
The attention at the reception was impeccable : Amanda was efficient, warm and in an understandable English immediately gave us all the indications we needed. The breakfast, although without cold cuts or cheese, is varied and abundant with fruit! Sheets, towels and bed are perfect. The kitchen with all the necessary elements is very practical when one returns tired and two blocks away there is a supermarket to buy everything imaginable
Novotel Montreal Centre
The big room, good bed and good bath. The very rich and varied breakfast. The restaurant offers tasty dishes to eat, it is a good alternative if one does not want to leave the hotel.
The building is nice, the rooms are comfortable, and it's well located for doing things in the city's commercial center. The staff is very friendly. Thank you Sophia for helping me with early check-in after a tiring trip.
We loved the hotel is like a pop art and modern art gallery with eclectic touches, the service of the staff is exceptional. Hanna, Alberto, Dawn and Richard (not sure about the last name) were incredibly attentive. The cleaning and details are 100! We'll definitely come back!
The facilities were excellent, the location very good, close to the subway and very good distance from Old Port, you could walk.