Montreal Hotels

Hotels — By marylynsimpson on July 9, 2010 at 1:06 pm

Four star boutique hotel, Bonaparte Auberge and Restaurant is a crowning jewel in Montreal’s Old Town district. Since its opening in 1886, Bonaparte has built a reputation as the oldest and most accommodating of Montreal boutique hotels. The 30-room hotel has beautifully restored guest rooms, many with exposed brick walls and natural wood floors. Bonaparte is one of the only boutique hotels to have a bistro inside of its walls. Just like its hotel counterpart, Bonaparte Restaurant exudes 19th century charm and boasts traditional décor. Located in the heart of Old Montreal, Bonaparte is one of the most geographically advantaged hotels in the area. Just a block from the Place d’Armes and surrounded by city landmarks like Notre-Dame Basilica, Bonaparte gives its guests one of the best hotel experiences in the city.

Hotel Nelligan exudes European elegance from its century-old brick building to its fabulously chic interiors. Immediately upon your arrival, you will find yourself overcome by all Nelligan has to offer its guests. Melt into the king size down comforters in one of Nelligan’s 103 hotel rooms and reduce jet lag after a massage at Nelligan’s Rainspa. Hotel rooms are comprised of Atrium Rooms, Suites and Penthouses.  Like its name suggests, the Atrium Rooms have a spectacular view from the atrium, as well as rustic, yet cozy bedrooms. Nelligan’s Suites are large and spacious, with separate living rooms and extra-large bathrooms where you can take full advantage of the Jacuzzi and separate shower. For the ultimate in hotel accommodations, reserve a room in one of Nelligan’s Penthouses. Don’t be surprised if you find yourself tempted to dedicate a day or two to staying in your penthouse. Each penthouse comes with a living room, fireplace, and your choice of one or two bedrooms. The bathrooms boast a double spa and glassed-in shower. Make a meal in your own private kitchen or relax on the outdoor terrace after along day of sight seeing. Experience upscale service and accommodations in Montreal’s Old Town premiere hotel.

Between the central location, top-notch service and inviting atmosphere, Hotel De La Montagne is a favorite hotel among families, business travelers and those looking for a romantic getaway. Located near Crescent Street, Hotel De La Montagne is just four blocks from the nearest metro stop and surrounded by local attractions including night time hot spot, Club 1234, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and best of all, rue St. Catherine’s trendy shops and boutiques. Inside Hotel De La Montagne, the chic traditional décor will give even the wariest of travelers an immediate sense of comfort. Take in the beautiful décor including crystal chandeliers, Grecian columns and beautiful works of art before you head to your room. Once the always-accommodating concierge has checked you in, head up to your spacious and newly remodeled room and unwind. All rooms feature a balcony and your choice of either one king size bed or two queen size beds. Whether staying in a suite with magnificent views of the city, or contemporary room with its elegant décor, Hotel De La Montagne is will be sure to make your stay in Montreal that much more welcoming.

Another great hotel located in the Crescent Street area, Le Petit Prince Bed and Breakfast is a boutique hotel with 19th century charm and modern appeal. Like Hotel De La Montagne, Le Petit Prince is just steps away from the rue St. Catherine shopping district and Montreal’s Underground City (RESO). When you aren’t exploring Montreal’s above and below ground attractions, Le Petit Prince will keep you feeling nothing but comfortable and refreshed in its renovated 19th century building. Choose between their five luxurious rooms: Ivory Room, Red Room, Yellow Room, Green Room and Blue Room, each offering its own distinct features. All but the Red Room boast Jacuzzis, while every room has queen size beds, unique décor including exposed brick walls, hardwood floors and even wood burning fireplaces.  Depending on the season in which you are traveling, you may be able to take advantage of Le Petit Prince’s special room packages. Check Le Petit Prince’s special offers online, as you may be able to get a little more bang for your buck, especially handy if you are traveling on a budget.

When traveling on a budget is not an issue, Loews Hotel Vogue Montreal is the obvious five star choice for those wanting to experience the ultimate that Montreal has to offer its privileged guests. Their 142 rooms come complete with 100% cotton linens, 24-hour room service and beautiful views of the city. The suites offer Italian marble bathrooms, and depending on the size of your suite of choice, separate living and dining areas, walk-in closets and fireplaces that make you feels as if you are staying in your own private getaway rather than a hotel. Loews also offers a variety of travel packages. Packages tailored to spa retreats, the yearly Jazz Fest and family-friendly accommodations make your stay at Loews that much more enjoyable and convenient. Loews is located in the heart of downtown Montreal, so whether you are in the mood for watching a Canadien hockey game or living it up at a chic nighttime hot spot, Loews Hotel Vogue is the premiere hotel for luxurious accommodations and sophisticated atmosphere.

Images via Hotel Nelligan, Bonaparte Auberge and Restaurant, Le Petit Prince Bed and Breakfast, Loews Hotel Vogue, Hotel De La Montagne

Tags: Bonaparte Auberge and Restaurant, Club 1234, Hotel De La Montagne, Hotel Nelligan, Le Petit Prince Bed and Breakfast, Loews Hotel Vogue Montreal, Montreal Hotels, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal's Underground City, Notre-Dame Basilica

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