Montreal Boutique Hotels

Montreal boutique hotels give people the opportunity to experience something different than the usual hotel stay. Montreal is a diverse and vibrant city and a significant cultural center for the arts in North America. Many of the Montreal boutique accommodations reflect the city’s penchant for the arts, each one in its own chic, trendy, or classic way, depending on a variety of factors. You can be selective when it comes to everything from style and size to location and proximity to attractions of interest. There is sure to be a Montreal design hotel to suit your desired experience in the city.

Many people have location as their chief criterion when it comes to selecting Montreal boutique hotels. After all, if you are able, why not book a hotel nearby all of the best attractions if you are already planning on this kind of accommodation. The Hotel St. Paul is centrally located in Old Montreal, close to such attractions as the Notre Dame Basilica, the Bell Centre, and Casino de Montreal. Guests will enjoy fine dining on the premises, complimentary breakfast, 24-hour fitness center and concierge assistance, as well as full business center capabilities and spacious and thoughtfully appointed guestrooms. This is one of the Montreal boutique accommodations that offers a nice array of amenities, gorgeous rooms, and great location.

Hotel le Germain (pictured) provides the utmost in sophistication and elegance among the Montreal boutique hotels. It is within steps of the alluring Rue St. Catherine shopping district, the museums and art galleries on Rue Sherbrooke, and a number of other exciting Montreal attractions like the Biodome and Place des Arts. And although the location is ideal, it is the interior of this Montreal design hotel that really impresses. Every room and suite is designed as a loft, making use of natural light and offering panoramic views of the city. These elegantly appointed rooms are finely furnished and also feature spacious bathrooms where you can unwind after a day of sightseeing in the city. There is also a restaurant, sauna, and workout facility on-site.

The Nelligan Hotel is another Montreal design hotel located in the heart of Old Montreal. This hotel housed in a building constructed in the middle 1800s takes its name from the poet, Emile Nelligan. The interior design of the guestrooms and suites are inspired in large part by his verse, making use of exposed brick and wood, but incorporating modern and luxurious appointments such as double hot tubs and plush king beds. Enjoy a spa treatment, an excellent meal at the onsite restaurant, and relax knowing that the knowledgeable concierge staff will be able to assist you with everything from tours of the city to dinner reservations. This is one of the Montreal boutique accommodations whose charm is evident upon first sight. The historic building and central location in Old Montreal will allow you to experience one of the most vibrant parts of the city. Restaurants, cafes, bars, and entertainment venues are seemingly around every corner.

There are many other Montreal boutique hotels located throughout the city. You will simply need to determine which suits you the best based on location, style, price, and a range of other factors. Other notable design hotels in the city include Le Saint Sulpice, Le St. James, the Chateau Versailles Hotel, Hotel Gault, Loews Hotel Vogue, and the Auberge du Vieux Port.

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