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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.
Auberge du Vieux-Port

Auberge du Vieux-Port Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Situated across from Le Vieux-Port, this 403-room hotel reflects the charm of Old Montreal. Its beautiful, airy rooms -- some with water views -- feature details like wood beam ceilings, exposed stone and brick walls, wrought iron beds, wood floors, and lovely bathrooms with big glass showers or soaking tubs. The larger, apartment-style "lofts" are in a separate building, and designed for long-term stays. The hotel's seasonal rooftop terrace restaurant offers phenomenal water views, and the free full breakfast each morning is a perk. But because of the location near restaurants and bars, noise in the rooms may be a problem, especially during the summer months.
Hyatt Regency Montreal

Hyatt Regency Montreal Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Designed for the business traveler, the 605-room Hyatt Regency Montreal has a great downtown location, and both the business center and fitness center are open around-the-clock. Pricey fees for Wi-Fi, parking, and meals are downsides, but perks include the indoor pool, large terrace, and underground access to lots of sites and attractions. Some guests find the second-floor lobby difficult to find, but its sleek, trendy feel -- which carries over into contemporary rooms -- gives this hotel its edge.
Loews Hotel Vogue

Loews Hotel Vogue Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 142-room hotel stands smack-dab in the heart of Downtown Montreal, amid tourist attractions, boutiques and restaurants. Decent-sized rooms come with iPod docks and flat-screen TVs, as well as marble bathrooms with small TVs and big whirlpool tubs, but the fresh white-and-white decor is what makes them truly stand out. The hotel lacks a pool, but it does have a nice (albeit small) fitness center, a spacious restaurant, and several meeting rooms.
Hilton Garden Inn Montreal Centre-Ville

Hilton Garden Inn Montreal Centre-Ville Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Hilton Garden Inn has a convenient location near McGill University in Downtown Montreal, and spacious, clean (if generic) rooms with mini-fridges and microwaves. The indoor saltwater lap pool is attractive, with excellent city views and a connected outdoor terrace, and the fitness center is large and bright. But the property lacks distinctive charm.
Best Western Ville-Marie Hotel & Suites

Best Western Ville-Marie Hotel & Suites Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Location is a big draw for the Best Western Ville-Marie Hotel & Suites, which is situated in downtown Montreal, next to McGill University, and adjacent to the shops, cafes, and shopping centers of Saint-Catherine, one of the city’s largest commercial districts. The heart of downtown is just a short walk away. There's a Lebanese restaurant downstairs as well as a lunch cafe, popular with locals who work in the area for a quick sandwich or Wi-Fi. The large rooms, with their standard, chain-hotel style, are in definite need of a visual update, and possibly the occasional mechanical one; some guests have complained of noisy plumbing. Overall, though, it's an affordable and well-situated option for those who aren't looking for a distinctive aesthetic experience.
Hotel Terrasse Royale

Hotel Terrasse Royale Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Hotel Terrasse Royale is a bland, older property in Cotes-des-Neiges, about 10 minutes outside of downtown Montreal. Many of the large rooms have kitchenettes, but they feel drab and worn, and the small bathrooms feel sterile. At least the hotel is only a few blocks from the metro station, and offers free Wi-Fi.
Novotel Montreal Centre

Novotel Montreal Centre Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Novotel Montreal Centre offers spacious rooms with clean, contemporary decor (think: Ikea), and a convenient location in Downtown Montreal, right next to shopping on Sainte-Catherine Street. But there are few features -- just a decent fitness center, a solid restaurant with outdoor seating, and meetings rooms -- and there's a fee for Wi-Fi.
Loft Hotel

Loft Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This all-suites hotel is located in the Latin Quarter, a lively area in Downtown Montreal, in a 1920 Art Deco building that once operated as a parking garage. The 50 huge rooms (starting at 800 square feet) come with full, modern kitchens and sleek, contemporary decor -- but the renovated warehouse feel isn't for everyone, and some guests have complained of lingering quirks. Don't expect a typical hotel experience, as there are no services whatsoever (no fitness center, no restaurant on-site, no business center), only a rooftop terrace with great downtown views, and three event spaces.


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