As the largest city in Quebec, Montreal is full of incredibly diverse culture, beautiful scenery and fantastic festivals. Montreal is the second largest francophone city, after Paris, and that European influence can be felt strongly in this city of two cultures. The island city sits on the St Lawrence River, and being surrounded by water simply adds to its fantastic beauty.
Montreal is a fantastic place for a city break, and thanks to all of the direct flights to Canada you’ll be able to jet off at any time. Visit during Montreal’s Festival of Lights- Montréal en Lumière, which is an incredible display of not only beautiful lights but outdoor activities, food, art, music and more.
Throughout the city, there are many fantastic places to stay and unique experiences to have. In this article we show you the different types of accommodation we have available, and how you can book them either online or by phone.
Thanks to its diverse cultural population, the neighbourhoods of Montreal are all very different and have something else to offer. Take a look at our handy map below to find the perfect neighbourhoods for you and the perfect place to stay.
This is the first stop for those arriving in the city, and the last stop on the way home. Staying near Montreal airport means you won’t need to worry about getting into the heart of the city after a long flight, and you’ll be rested and relaxed to start exploring. Similarly, if you have an early flight then an airport hotel is a great way to allow yourself some extra time in bed before departing.
Sheraton Montreal Airport– From £50pp
Only a few minutes from the airport, the Sheraton Hotel has a classy, upmarket feel and a well-equipped fitness suite. With an indoor pool and poolside bar, it’s the perfect place to relax after or before a long flight.
Aloft Montreal Airport– From £42pp
Aloft is an ultra-modern hotel only a few minutes from the airport. Perfect for someone looking to stay somewhere with a young vibe, the hotel features chic communal areas where you can talk to fellow travellers about their experiences.
Quality Hotel Dorval– From £41pp
Only a short drive from the airport, the Quality Hotel Dorval is perfect for anyone who is looking to relax in a beautiful hotel, surrounded by great local amenities you wouldn’t find inside the grounds of the airport.
Travelodge Hotel Montreal Airport– From £49pp
The Travelodge is a great hotel which will give you everything you need for a short stay. At only 5 minutes from the airport, it means it’s great for a first or final night in the city.
Downtown is the hub of the city and the ideal place to stay if you want to be where the action is. Its distinctive skyline is beautiful and you’ll only be a short walk away from loads of great places, including the Centre Bell, the city’s main sports complex, and a great range of shops.
Hotel Chrome Montreal Centre Ville– From £41pp
This hotel offers a great location for travellers who want to be central and is within walking distance of many of the local attractions like great shopping and fantastic parks.
Hotel Faubourg Montreal– From £48pp
Hotel Faubourg is an extremely convenient place to stay, which offers not only a great location but suites with kitchen areas, great for those who are interested in the Montreal foodie scene.
Travelodge Montreal Centre– From £32pp
A great budget option for a traveller who is looking to spend their money on experiences rather than accommodation. The fantastic comfortable rooms and great food means it’s a perfect base for the city explorer.
Hyatt Regency Montreal– From £62pp
If you are looking for a hotel that will make your stay special, the Hyatt Regency is a great option. With beautiful furnishings and a modern design, you’ll enjoy your nights in bed as much as your days exploring.
Delta Hotels by Marriott Montreal– From £72pp
A touch of class in the vibrant city centre. Delta Hotels by Marriott Montreal is a welcoming and classy hotel that overlooks the vibrant entertainment district in Downtown.
Omni Mont Royal– From £60pp
An elegant local with fantastic prices, the Omni Mont Royal is an outstanding base for your trip and will help you feel relaxed and rejuvenated with its fantastic fitness centre and amenities.
Best Western Plus Ville Marie Hotel & Suites– From £41pp
A classic hotel in a great position, this hotel is situated close to the student district of Montreal so is great for anyone looking for a lively and youthful area.
Hotel Le Nelligan– From £81pp
A historic hotel with a beautiful rustic feel, created by using exposed brick walls and wrought iron Juliette balconies. This modern and stylish hotel will give you some excellent holiday snaps without having to step out of its doors.
Fairmont Queen Elizabeth Hotel– From £80pp
The Fairmont brand gives its distinct style and elegance to the Queen Elizabeth Hotel. The beautiful rooms are warm and inviting. Fun fact: The Queen Elizabeth Hotel is home to the legendary John Lennon and Yoko Ono Suite, which is where they held their famous 1969 ‘Bed-in for Peace’.
Hotel Bonaventure Montreal– From £67pp
A stylish hotel in a fantastic location, wake yourself every morning with a swim in the beautiful rooftop pool surrounded by elegant gardens. You’ll be transported out of the city and straight into paradise.
Marriott Chateau Champlain– From £67pp
The unique windows in the Marriott Chateau Champlain mean the views over the city cannot be rivalled. These unusual features mean your room will be flooded with natural light and it is a fantastic place to watch the beautiful Montreal sunset.
Le Centre Sheraton Montreal– From £37pp
Le Centre Sheraton offers a little bit of luxury for a small price. The stylish guest rooms and brilliant amenities like spacious fitness suite, pool and massage therapies feel a lot more sophisticated than their generous budget would imply.
Novotel Montreal– From £42pp
If you are looking for a simple, no-thrills hotel that is the perfect place to kick-off your worn walking boots and relax then this is a great option. Located in the centre of Downtown it gives you great transport options as well as great local comforts.
Chateau Versailles– From £49pp
This charming hotel has a beautiful, welcoming style and will feel like a home away from home whilst you are in Montreal. The grand style and attentively designed rooms mean you’ll feel as if you are in a fairy tale. To keep the old-world charm, it is worth mentioning Chateau Versailles has no lifts, only stairs, so isn’t appropriate for someone with mobility issues.
Ritz Carlton Montreal– From £147pp
Looking for somewhere special? The Ritz Carlton is one of the city’s most exclusive hotels, and its grand luxurious style means you will fall in love with your room. As well as the beautiful rooms, fantastic amenities and stellar service, the Ritz Carlton is also perfectly positioned in the city.
Le Nouvel Hotel & Spa– From £39pp
If you are heading to Montreal for a little R&R, then Le Nouvel Hotel & Spa is the perfect destination to relax. Indulge in a range of relaxing treatments and then spend your time relaxing in the saunas and Jacuzzis. Le Nouvel even has its own on-site hairdresser!
La Tour Belvedere– From £32pp
A fantastic budget hotel, La Tour Belvedere is the perfect option for those who want to be close to all of the action. All of the suites have fully equipped kitchens, dining areas and private balconies, making them a great place to set up base.
Meridien Versailles– From £53pp
Meridien Versailles is the sister hotel of Chateau Versailles, and most would say it’s the much younger and more chic sibling. Compared to the Chateau’s warm and inviting décor, the Meridien is stylish, upmarket and has a classical-modern flair that makes it feel incredibly deluxe.
Hotel 10 Montreal– From £57pp
Hotel 10 is as chic as its name and has a prime position in a central location, as well as a rich history and great amenities.
Old Montreal is the hub of the city’s European influence, and as you walk through the streets you’ll find it hard to believe you aren’t walking through the lanes of Paris. The cobbled streets and beautiful architecture are bordered by the attractive waterfront.
Marriott Springhill Suites– From £60pp
Marriott Springhill Suites is elegant and full of great features, like its incredible floor to ceiling windows giving you the best view of this beautiful part of the city, indoor pool with Jacuzzi, fitness room and more.
Auberge Du Vieux Port– From £77pp
If you are looking for a very traditional hotel, then the Auberge Du Vieux Port will deliver. Not only is it surrounded by beautiful traditional buildings, but the theme is brought throughout the hotel with exposed beam and brickwork.
Le Place D’Armes Hotel & Suites– From £80pp
This stylish boutique hotel has large, beautiful rooms with exposed brick, hardwood floors and some even have beautiful private balconies looking over the Old Town. The perfect place to go for a romantic trip to watch the sun go down.
Le Saint Sulpice Hotel– From £88pp
Le Saint Sulpice is a stylish hotel with great views of Old Town. The hotel boasts stylish mirrors and beautiful architecture surrounding the building. Plus, you shouldn’t leave without having a meal on the amazing rooftop terrace.
Westin Montreal– From £62pp
The Westin Montreal is a fantastic grand hotel right in the heart of old town. One of its most unique features is the glass-bottomed pool positioned over the lobby! Don’t worry though, there are also two private pools if you don’t like heights.
Intercontinental Montreal– From 51pp
The elegance of Old Montreal is brought inside at the Intercontinental. The rooms are stylish and elegant, and the hotel includes a great health club for those who want to stay active on their trip.
Hotel St Paul– From £83pp
The Hotel St Paul is a stylish hotel that is modern on the inside and classical on the outside. The stunning traditional architecture fits in perfectly with Old Montreal, but the inside gives you everything you want from a boutique hotel.
If you are looking for a lively and vibrant area to stay, Montreal’s Gay Village is perfect. With a booming nightlife and a great range of cultural centres like concert halls, comedy clubs and art galleries it’s the perfect place for a lover of the arts.
Auberge Le Pomerol Hotellerie Champetre– From £52pp
This hotel sits in the Latin quarter in Old Montreal. The lively buzz around the area is replicated inside the hotel where a great home-from-home feel and great service means you’ll be comfortable for your stay.
Hotel Le Saint Andre– From £32pp
This modest hotel is perfect for someone who wants to spend their time out on the town and use their room as a base. The location is perfect for access to the great scenes of the Gay Village as well as only being a short walk from Downtown.
Hotel Gouverneurs Place Dupuis– From £46pp
This luxury option gives you a high-end feel for a great price. The beautiful interior is furnished well, and this continues up to the rooms that are spacious and welcoming. Perfect for those that want a hotel they can spend time in between adventures.
Les Suites Labelle– From £32pp
Les Suites Labelle is situated perfectly between the main city centre districts, allowing you great access to all of the most popular places. This hotel is a great budget option but still affords you a great space you can call your own for your stay.
Hotel Lord Berri Montreal– From £37pp
A great, modern hotel that offers premier rooms at a modest price. Surrounded by great cultural spaces and fantastic access to the rest of the city.
Hotel Le Roberval– From £37pp
The rooms in the Hotel Le Roberval feel more like mini flats, with full kitchens, ample space, a dining area and more. It’s great for someone who may want to have the option to cook for themselves as well as eat in the city.
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