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In the heart of historic Old Montreal, within walking distance of shops, restaurants and tourist attractions
Old Montreal is home to the city's largest concentration of historic sites and museums, and is lined with pedestrian-friendly cobblestone streets.
With a history dating back to 1642, Old Montreal is, well, old. This well-preserved neighborhood might be one of the prettiest and most fascinating quarters of the city. While summers give way to lively street festivals and restaurant terraces brimming with energy, winters offer a much more mellow and relaxed pace.
This 59-room boutique hotel is located in the heart of historic Old Montreal, within walking distance of shops, restaurants, major tourist sites, and the lively downtown area. Big, homey rooms have iPod docks, flat-screen TVs, and free Wi-Fi, though some may find the 19th-century-French-style decor a tad basic and dowdy, at least in the standard rooms. Notable features include the eclectic wine bar and an extensive pop and contemporary art collection.