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Hotel Le Crystal

Hotel Le Crystal Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Hotel Le Crystal, located in Downtown Montreal, is convenient for both business travelers and families, thanks to its big suites with kitchenettes and pull-out sofas. Room decor is clean-lined and contemporary, with lots of wood accents, while the lobby delivers more of a wow factor with its sleek, trendy style. The lovely indoor pool offers great views of the city through floor-to-ceiling windows, the French brasserie is elegant, and the fitness center is big and modern.

Le Place D'Armes Hotel & Suites

Le Place D'Armes Hotel & Suites Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 133-room boutique, located in a historic building in Old Montreal, blends contemporary design with old-world charm. The large lobby, with a pool table and modern leather seating, is stylish yet cozy. The rooms follow suit, with crisp white bedding, hardwood floors, and upscale bathrooms; some have extras like exposed brick and big soaking tubs. There are a few flaws, though -- outdated tube TVs in many rooms, some visible nicks and scratches on the wood furniture, and some rooms with tight quarters. But perks like free Wi-Fi, a free downtown shuttle, and an excellent Clef d'Or concierge add value.

Hotel Nelligan

Hotel Nelligan Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 105-room historic boutique captures the charm of Old Montreal, with attractive details like fireplaces, wrought-iron railings, and exposed brick walls. It offers multiple eateries, including the popular summertime Nelligan Terrace, situated on the hotel's roof, and a charming bar/art exhibit in the hotel's atrium. The fitness center is 24-hour, but the hotel doesn't have a pool or full-service spa (just a "massage room" attached to the gym). Its obvious strengths are its historic, European elegance and its location in the heart of Old Montreal.

Le St-Martin Montreal Hotel Particulier

Le St-Martin Montreal Hotel Particulier Rating: 4.0 Pearls

There’s a lot to like about this upscale hotel: a convenient location in the heart of Downtown; 123 stylish rooms with comfy beds and up-to-date amenities; a small but pretty outdoor pool; and a solid restaurant. But there’s no business center, the fitness center -- though bright and modern -- is tiny, and some guests have complained of traffic noise on the lower floors.

W Montreal

W Montreal Rating: 4.0 Pearls

One of Montreal's trendier hotels, the W Montreal -- located on the border of picturesque Old Montreal and the downtown financial district -- is a popular destination for couples and party weekends, including bachelor and bachelorette celebrations. The atmosphere extends throughout the hotel, with sleek rooms and common areas, whose wood, mirrored, and tiled surfaces are complemented by colorful LED lighting, ending a club-like feel to the hotel. Rooms are modern and comfortable, with all the high-tech modern amenities, although not all guests appreciate the open-plan rooms; in some cases, the bedroom and bathroom areas are divided by only a curtain.

Hotel Le St-James

Hotel Le St-James Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Located on the edge of Old Montreal, in a restored historic building, the Hotel Le St-James is welcoming boutique hotel with classic style that attracts both tourists and celebrities -- the latter, in particular, are musicians performing at the many nearby music venues. Here, the grandiose decor of a 19th-century bank building combines with modern updates for a visually eclectic aesthetic: The marble lobby is ornate and impressive, while the XO restaurant and bar is somewhat club-like with its ambient LED lighting and colorful modern seating, surrounded by an ostentatious double staircase and mezzanine level. The 60 rooms are traditional in style, and most have luxurious marble bathrooms and classical decorative details like Corinthian columns and tufted leather stools.

Hotel Kutuma

Hotel Kutuma Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The tiny Hotel Kutuma, with its nine colorful rooms, is located in Montreal's bohemian Plateau Mont-Royal neighborhood, three blocks from the popular Latin Quarter. The building itself looks bland from the outside, but, inside, the individually decorated rooms -- outfitted by the warm and welcoming Ethiopian owner in zebra- and leopard-print textiles -- have well-stocked kitchenettes with espresso machines, as well as patios, bathrobes, and whirlpool bath tubs in some. Downstairs, the hotel's popular Ethiopian restaurant, Le Nil Bleu, serves a reasonably priced breakfast to guests, and lunch and dinner daily to local devotees. Those with mobility issues should note that there's no elevator, but staff will readily carry luggage, and, indeed, regularly go out of their way to help guests with any request.

LHotel Montreal

LHotel Montreal Rating: 3.5 Pearls

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.

Le Petit Hotel

Le Petit Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 24-room Le Petit Hotel is a chic boutique housed in a 19th century building. With only four floors and a small lobby cafe, the hotel offers an intimate feel, while providing up-to-date amenities like free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and iPod docks. Rooms blend historic charm (stone and brick accent walls, wood floors, the occasional exposed wood beam) with stylish, contemporary decor (dark wood furniture, orange, retro-style chairs, crisp white bedding). The hotel lacks the amenities of a larger hotel -- like a business center, spa, and fitness center -- but free access to a nearby gym is available.

Le Relais Lyonnais

Le Relais Lyonnais Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This mid-range seven-room boutique hotel in Montreal's Latin Quarter is housed in a stone-front refurbished home dating to the late 1800s, close to tons of eateries and boutiques. The rooms have wood floors, dark plantation shutters, and in some, brick accent walls. Those facing the street tend to experience noise from the lively bar/restaurant scene nearby. Suites are much larger, with living rooms closed off by French doors; suite bedrooms are also more spacious and have private balconies overlooking the Rue St. Denis. Bathrooms are basic and clean with contemporary walk-in showers, though no tubs. Free breakfast and Wi-Fi are additional perks, as is the little cafe La Brioche Lyonnaise, which stays open nightly until midnight.

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Locations

  • Cotes-des-Neiges
  • Downtown
  • Latin Quarter
  • Old Montreal

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  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
  • Business Center
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