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Our Guide To Montreal Hotels

Montreal appeals to you as a refined traveler. Its ideal combination of French sophistication and Canadian hospitality has a certain “je ne saisquois” that lures you in like a French sonnet. Try as you may to ignore the siren song, you find yourself drawn to the largest city in Quebec like a moth to a delicate dancing flame. The city is not only Canada’s “Little Paris”—it’s also a hub of food, art, and culture. Yes, you’ll marvel at the architecture in between bites of poutine and explore Old Montreal after a mesmerizing tour of Basilique Notre-Dame just steps from the top boutique hotels Montreal has to offer.

Montreal is a cosmopolitan city with a distinct flair all its own—and it’s full of surprises. You never know what charming shop or breathtaking building sits just around the next corner. Travelocity is glad to help you uncover the secrets of this cultural mecca and decide where to stay in Montreal. Accommodations in the metropolis provide access to unique and world-class cuisine, relaxing days in the park, and more. In fact, hotels in Montreal may have you feeling so fine that you decide to stick around a few extra days. A part of wandering wisely is knowing when to extend your vacation, after all.

Downtown Montreal Hotels

Between the river and the mountains, you’ll find the humming vibration of downtown Montreal. Sainte-Catherine Street satiates your need for retail therapy, while Sherbrooke Street is teeming with fine art and McCord Museum exhibits. And then there are Montreal hotels, each as welcoming and exquisite as the next, each with their own story to tell. When you long to be in the heart of Montreal’s most fashion-forward and exciting attractions, staying in one of these downtown hotels is the only option:

  • Loews Hotel Vogue: Loews is ideally located in the Garden Square Mile, mere steps from the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Montreal and a hop, skip, and brisé from Place du Canada. The hotel itself personifies sophistication, and services like shoe shining and suit pressing have you feeling like royalty. If you need any special treatment, the concierge is at your service.
  • L Appartement Hotel: You won’t find many indoor rooftop pools, but this spacious hotel in Le Quartier des Spectacles delivers just such an amenity which makes it one of the best places to stay in Montreal. After your morning laps, you’ll soak up some rays on the adjoining sun deck, and then you’re off and walking to the Place des Festivals and La Maison du Festival Rio Tinto Alcan.
  • Hotel Omni Mont-Royal: You like your vacation to drip in elegance, so Hotel Omni is the natural place for you to lay your head. From the moment you check in, the upscale accommodations remind you to treat yourself. There are no more than 12 rooms per floor, putting your privacy paramount. When you want a taste of the city, look no further than Chef Laurent Miot’s daily menu in the restaurant.
  • Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth: This one-of-a-kind hotel has its eye on becoming the premiere accommodation. And with a stellar wellness center and urban market, it’s on its way. Back in your room, you’ll find yourself in the gentle embrace of upscale linens and innovative art. Book the John Lennon and Yoko Ono room, and you’ll have a better stay than you could imagine.

There’s Something About Old Montreal

The glitz and glam of modern Montreal will catch your eye, but there is a charm about Old Montreal that can’t be denied. Book Montreal lodging in the historic district, and you’ll practically feel like you stepped back in time. The Place d’Armes is more than just the site of Celine Dion’s wedding. It’s also flanked by the old Bank of Montreal and the Aldred Building. Keep your shutter finger handy, because the steeple of Montreal Town Hall and bright awnings of Bonsecours Market are begging to be captured on film. Delight your taste buds, why don’t you? A scrumptious brunch at Olive &Gourmando’s or satiating dinner at Le Bremner will endear you to Old Montreal all the more.

Whether you have gravy-smothered poutine on the brain or a tour of historic Montreal sings to your academic-loving heart, you can’t help but be drawn to Quebec. Thanks to cheap hotels in Montreal, you can wander wisely without spending a king’s ransom. How divine, indeed.

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Frequently asked questions

What are the top kid-friendly hotels in Montreal?
Take some of the challenges out of traveling with young ones by choosing a family-friendly Montreal hotel. From well-thought-out amenities to extra-helpful services, these stays offer perks that’ll help make your getaway an effortless one: Put your bags down at Sandman Hotel Montreal - Longueuil. It comes with a swimming pool, a nearby theme park and a passion for making families feel welcome. Alternatively, spend your Montreal escape at Hôtel Le Dauphin Montréal - Longueuil. Make the most of complimentary breakfast, front desk services and more here.
Where can I find cheap hotels in Montreal?
At Travelocity you’ll find really nice hotels in Montreal at great prices. We source incredible prices with our trusted partners, so you have a tempting selection of cheap hotels to choose from. If you can be flexible on dates and location, consider staying at a hotel near Montreal rather than in Montreal. We may find you even better rates, too.
How do I find the best Montreal hotel deals?
Simple! On Travelocity, look through the fantastic offers we’ve already found in Montreal then use our filters to find a great deal that’s perfect for you. Enter your travel dates, select the number of rooms you need, and we’ll do the rest. You can get great discounts on flights and car hire, too, when you bundle.
How much does it cost to stay in a hotel in Montreal?
The cheapest hotel in Montreal is $73. This price was available within the past 7 days, for stays with a check-in date within the next year. Of course, the price you pay depends on your dates of travel, the length of your stay, and the hotel’s location. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.
How many hotels are in Montreal?
There are 1,461 hotels in Montreal on Travelocity.
What are the best hotels in Montreal?
Montreal has so many great hotels to choose from at Travelocity — and it’s so easy to find the perfect one. Just choose one of our popular pre-selected hotels with great reviews, or you can refine your search to build your ideal stay. Simply filter hotels based on price or star rating, or select properties with a pool, a hot tub, or a range of other amenities and pick the best place to stay in Montreal for you!
When is the best time to visit Montreal?
If you want the joy of a fun-filled trip in peak season, visit Montreal during June, July and August. If you’d prefer the peace of off-season, book a stay during quieter months, such as December, January and February.
When is the cheapest time to stay in Montreal?
Based on historic data is usually the cheapest month to visit Montreal. However, we have incredible deals all year round, so we’re confident you’ll find a room in your budget whenever you choose to travel.
Are there any great family-friendly hotels in Montreal?
There are multiple hotels in Montreal that will please the whole family. Do you need adjoining rooms, babysitting services or a swimming pool? We’ve got you covered. Use our family filter to narrow your search down and use guest reviews to help you pick the perfect place for your next family trip to Montreal. We have plenty of kid-friendly hotels in Montreal to choose from on Travelocity!
Why book a hotel in Montreal through Travelocity?
Because we have the top hotels in Montreal! We want to help you travel more and worry less. That’s why we’ve put the most amazing hotel, car rental, and flight deals in one place. When you search for hotels with us, you know you’re getting fantastic prices with no hidden fees and free cancellation on most properties up to 24 hours before your stay. If you become a Travelocity member, you also get exclusive member discounts. Sign up today!
How do I cancel my hotel booking in Montreal on Travelocity?
Canceling your booking with Travelocity is easy. Sign into your account and select My Trips. Here, you will see your cancellation options. We offer free cancellation on many properties.

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