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Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth - Montreal Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$145

Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth

900 Rene Levesque Blvd. W, Montreal - Map
 
 
"Close to perfect!"
 Reservation people, concierge, housekeeping et al are uber service oriented.  Room was small but extremely clean with upscale amenities, plus the bed could not have been more comfortable!   We had three meals in the hotel:  Les Voyageurs and Le Montréalais Bistrot-Bar for dinner... a tad pricey however the over-the-top cuisine made up for it.  And, room service with a movie one night was was also A-1.   Beautiful work out area with pool and sauna.  And did I mention Fairmont LeReine has the most awesome location in Montreal.  :o)
Diane1 from Nashville, TN, USA
A Montréal landmark since 1958, this 21-floor hotel sits above the train station and is 0.5 km from the Bell Centre, and …More
Delta Montreal - Montreal Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Delta Montreal

475 President-Kennedy Avenue, Montreal - Map
 
 
"Great location, clean and friendly"
This hotel was located within walking distance of many popular tourist areas. It was a 2 minute walk to the metro station, and only a couple blocks from Rue Sainte Catherine. You can easily walk from the airport shuttle stop to this hotel as well. The room was a lot bigger than the average hotel room and very clean. The new renovations are great! Staff are friendly and always asking if they may help with directions, offering a map, etc. I will be staying here again for sure!
travellover09 from Halifax, NS, Canada
Just 3 blocks from the Place des Arts, this luxury hotel in the heart of Montreal is a few steps from stylish shopping …More
Auberge du Carré St-Louis - Montreal Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Auberge du Carré St-Louis

3466, rue St-Denis, Montreal - Map
 
 
This inn is located in Montreal (Plateau Mont Royal), close to Saint Louis Square, University of Quebec-Montreal, and Notre …More
Hotel Le Cantlie Suites - Montreal Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$110

Hotel Le Cantlie Suites

1110, Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal - Map
 
 
"Pretty good, but not great overall"
The hotel isn't in a perfect location, but it isn't bad either. Reasonable walking distance to a lot of things you'd like to see in Montreal (St. Catherine Street, Old Montreal) and 1.5 blocks from the metro line. For our room, some things needed refurbishing and some things seemed like they were recently refurbished. Helpful staff. We didn't eat there, however.
MikeB123 from Chicago, IL
Overlooking Mount Royal Park, this elegant 28-story hotel is within walking distance of McGill University, Montréal's …More
Hotel Omni Mont-Royal - Montreal Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$137

Hotel Omni Mont-Royal

1050 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal - Map
 
 
"Great stay at the Hotel Omni Mont-Royal"
We really enjoyed our visit to Montreal in late October 2013. This was our third visit and we stayed at the Hotel Omni Mont-Royal each time. It's lovely. Given the great location downtown, we were able to walk everywhere, including Old Montreal. The concierge was very helpful, and had great recommendations for restaurants. Room was very comfortable and immaculate. Will stay there again.
MaryMS from Washington, D.C., DC
Hotel Omni Mount Royal sits at the foot of Mont Royal, along chic Sheerbrooke Street in Montreal's Golden Square Mile …More
Sofitel Montreal Golden Mile - Montreal Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Sofitel Montreal Golden Mile

1155 Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal - Map
 
 
"Date of trip: June 30, 2012 for 3 nights. The staffs were very nice and polite. We enjoyed our stays there."
The room is kind of small and the double beds are too small to fit 2 adults. Queen size bed will be better. We like the spacious bathroom with a bathtube and a shower. The staffs all over the hotel were courteous and polite. The hotel's restaurant is way too expensive. On the last day, we were informed about the Underground City very closed access from the hotel that has plenty of shops and food court restaurants there with very reasonable price and really enjoyed it. Valley Parking is nice too with a reasonable fee. We enjoyed Sofitel overall. Laurence N
BoboLaurence from Houston, TX, USA
This downtown hotel on Sherbrooke Street is surrounded by businesses, boutiques, galleries, and restaurants; Bell Centre …More
LHotel Montreal - Montreal Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

LHotel Montreal

262 Rue Saint-Jacques West, Montreal - Map
 
 
This smoke-free boutique hotel, in the center of Old Montreal, is 2 blocks from Notre Dame Basilica and 3 blocks from Palais …More
Le St-Martin Hôtel Particulier Montréal - Montreal Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Le St-Martin Hôtel Particulier Montréal

980 Boul. De Maisonneuve West, Montreal - Map
 
 
This eco-friendly hotel is located in the heart of Montreal, walking distance from Les Cours Mont-Royal and Christ Church …More
Le Place d'Armes Hotel & Suites - Montreal Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Le Place d'Armes Hotel & Suites

55, Saint-Jacques West, Montreal - Map
 
 
"Hotel Place D'Armes has become one of my favorite hotels."
The hotel is conveniently located and the staff is very friendly, courteous and helpful. We were able to upgrade to a suite for just a few dollars more. I could not have been happier with the room. Beautiful decor, clean, wi-fi that actually worked and a huge bathroom. Lighted makeup mirror was appreciated. We had to call housekeeping and someone was there in less than 5 minutes. We had one dinner at the hotel restaurant. The dining room decor is elegant and the wait staff courteous and professional. My duck was excellent, but my companions each rated their halibut as 2 1/2 out of five. The presentation was beautiful, but the fish was bland. We were on a whirl wind tour of the northeast and stayed in many hotels. Place D'Armes was, by far, my favorite.
travel360 from Newport Beach, CA
This European-style hotel sits across the street from one of Montreal's prettiest squares and Notre Dame Basilica, a …More
Hyatt Regency Montreal - Montreal Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$145

Hyatt Regency Montreal

1255 Jeanne-Mance, Montreal - Map
 
 
"This hotel made me feel welcome!"
I was very pleased with the quality and service at this hotel. The only drawback was the nearby construction which is beyond the power of the hotel. Other than that--my family and I plan to return!
culichilady from Boston, MA
This downtown Montreal hotel is adjacent to the Complexe Desjardins shopping mall and across the street from Place des Arts …More

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    Have you ever wanted to go to Paris, but you didn't want to cope with trans-Atlantic travel (and the possible ensuing jet lag)? If so, say "bonjour" to the second-largest city in the world that speaks primarily French: Montreal, Quebec, Canada. But fear not if you're not bilingual; a fair number of people in Montreal speak English, too, though they'll appreciate it if you at least take a stab at speaking their primary language. If you never took French or don't remember it anymore, just try to memorize this sentence, and you should be fine: "Pouvons-nous parler en anglais, s'il vous plaît?" (This means, "Can we speak in English, please?")

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    Montreal is a beautiful city filled with the Old-World charm of Europe, paired with the modern feel of today's Western cities. And with Travelocity, you can see it all without emptying your wallet: We have plenty of deals on Montreal hotels, whether you'd rather look for hotels in downtown Montreal or a bed and breakfast in a quieter area of the city. Since Montreal has a convenient subway system that runs through most of the city, even if you decide on a hotel in Montreal, Canada, that's farther from downtown, you won't be too far from all of the major sights and attractions.

    If you fly into Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, you'll need to either rent a car or catch a bus from there onto the Island of Montreal, between the St. Lawrence and Ottawa rivers, where the city itself is located. Once there, you can take the Metro all around the city as well as to Montreal hotels, many of which are within an easy walk of a Metro station. But what will you see and do then? That depends on your preferences as a traveler: Montreal has many options.

    Yearning to stretch your legs after your trip to the city? Start off by visiting the Parc du Mont-Royal, known for the large hill from which the city gets its name. This is a great place to walk, jog, or ride a bike, or you could go swimming in the Lac des Castors; the lake is also a good ice-skating spot, if you've come in the winter. While you're in the park, take a moment to check out the Croix du Mont-Royal. This giant cross is visible from all over the city.

    If you're a nature-lover, once you've explored the park, head north to the Montreal Botanical Garden. This remarkable space features dozens of themed gardens, including the largest Chinese garden outside of China. If you're here in the fall, you're in luck: Don't miss the Gardens of Light event, in which the Chinese and Japanese gardens are lit with a multitude of lanterns in a display of the cultural heritage of these two nations. But if you're more into animals than plants, there's something nearby for you, too: Just across Rue Sherbrooke is the Biodome, which re-creates ecosystems from around the world and houses more than 250 species of animals, from iguanas to penguins.

    But perhaps you're more interested in more cultural pursuits. To soak up the history and atmosphere of Montreal, head to the city's historic Vieux-Montreal section. Stroll the cobblestone streets here and soak up the sights and sounds, or take a horse-drawn carriage ride to feel like you've truly stepped back in time. Don't miss the Notre-Dame Basilica, a stunning example of Gothic Revival architecture. If you step inside, you'll be taken aback by the bright colors of the interior as well as the design of the building itself. If you're interested in learning much more about the building, on most evenings, the basilica hosts a sound and light show detailing its history.

    For those who take a more cultured approach to travel, head to the eastern part of downtown, where you'll find the Place des Arts. This performing arts complex plays host to the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, the Opéra de Montreal, and Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montreal. You might also want to check out the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. But highbrow isn't the only kind of culture in Montreal: There's plenty of more popular culture, too. If you're a sports fan, get tickets to see a Montreal Canadiens game: They're the oldest professional hockey team, predating even the founding of the NHL, and they've won a record 24 Stanley Cups, the most of any team. But don't think that winter is the only time when exciting things happen in Montreal. In fact, one of the city's biggest events takes place in July: It's the annual Just for Laughs comedy festival, the largest of its kind in the world. Hotels in Montreal, Canada, book up quickly around this event, so make sure to make your reservations with Travelocity well in advance!

    Taking in everything that Montreal has to offer might just leave you ready for a rest... and a bite to eat, perhaps? Montreal has a wide variety of culinary options, from fine dining to pub food and from traditional Canadian and American fare to French, Italian, or even Polish. Some of Montreal's most notable foods, though, are decidedly casual. When in Montreal, try a smoked meat sandwich. Smoked meat isn't quite pastrami, but it's similar, and it's definitely tasty. Get it piled high on rye bread with a little mustard and you'll be a happy camper for sure. Schwartz's is one of the most famous spots to try smoked meat, though it's available all around the city. Still hungry? Get yourself some poutine, another Montreal specialty. This stuff will harden your arteries for sure, but it's worth it: It's a pile of French fries topped with brown gravy and fresh cheese curds, and it's delicious. It's also available just about everywhere, in variations including ingredients as diverse as bacon and foie gras. But if it's just too early in the day for sandwiches and fries, you should try another Montreal specialty instead: The city is known for its bagels perhaps just as much as New York City is, though these are smaller and a bit sweeter than their American cousins. The most famous bagel bakeries in Montreal are St-Viateur Bagel and Fairmount Bagel, and they both have their devoted fans.

    The only question remaining at this point is when to book your trip. Summer can be a nice time to vacation in Montreal, but fall and spring can offer pleasant weather and smaller crowds, meaning that you might find even better Montreal hotel deals at these times of year. Winter weather can be brutal in Montreal, but then again, you can always take refuge in the Underground City, Montreal's complex of shops and walkways that's all underground, safe from the elements and well-connected to the Metro system. Finding hotels in Montreal, Canada, might be even easier at this time of year, though you might find rooms to be a bit more in demand closer to the Bell Centre during hockey season. But whenever you decide to go, Travelocity can help you find cheap Montreal, Canada, hotels, as well as deals on flights, rental cars, and even packages that include two or all three of those things for the best value. Book your travel online with us today, and you'll be well on your way to a wonderful Montreal getaway! Bon voyage!

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