Best Montreal Boutique Hotels

The Best Montreal Boutique Hotels

As the second biggest city in Canada, Montreal has a lot to offer visitors in terms of accommodation options. Named by UNESCO as a City of Design, Montreal also has many stylish hotels from which to choose. If you are looking for a place to stay where design is key, these are the best Montreal boutique hotels.

Hotel Nelligan

Named after one of Montreal’s most famous poets, the Hotel Nelligan offers luxurious amenities and all of the comforts for a perfect getaway. Located near the Notre-Dame Basilica in Old Montreal, this charming boutique hotel is housed in two renovated historic buildings. With many rave reviews, this is one of the best places to stay in the area.


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Le Petit Hotel

Located in the heart of Old Montreal, this lovely boutique hotel mixes contemporary design with a classic setting. Le Petit Hotel is housed in a 19th-century building located on a quiet street. Its laid-back atmosphere and friendly service aims to make guests feel right at home.

Casa Bianca Bed & Breakfast

Overlooking Mont Royal Park, Casa Bianca Bed & Breakfast is set in a beautiful white mansion. Decorated in a minimalist style, guests are invited to relax and unwind in a gorgeous setting. Featuring only five rooms, this stylish B&B tends to be booked out, so it’s always best to reserve well in advance.

Hotel Gault

Boasting 30 loft-like rooms, this urban haven is one of Montreal’s most popular design hotels. Set in a five-story building from the 19th century near Old Montreal, the Hotel Gault is all about luxurious minimalist design. With its prime location and superb customer service, guests of this chic boutique hotel keep coming back for more.


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Le Saint-Sulpice

This four-star hotel is located two steps away from the Notre-Dame Basilica in Old Montreal and just a few minutes’ walk from the Old Port. Le Saint-Sulpice offers guests spacious rooms equipped with high-quality amenities. There is also a restaurant in the premises that serves refined cuisine and boasts a nice terrace with stunning views.

Hotel St Paul

The Hotel St Paul was one of the first boutique hotels in the district and the first Design Hotel in Canada. This urban oasis has a serene and an elegant atmosphere where guests can unwind after a busy day in town. Housed in a restored heritage building, this stylish hotel has won praise and recognition for its impeccable design. At the Hotel St. Paul, it is all in the details.

Le Place d’Armes Hotel & Suites

Located in a prime location in Old Montreal, Le Place d’Armes Hotel & Suites is housed in three adjoining 19th-century neo-classical buildings. This luxurious boutique hotel features a brasserie lounge, a Japanese tavern and a spa offering massage therapies and a hammam. During summer, guests can also enjoy a meal and cocktail drinks at the rooftop terrace. With its stunning views over Montreal, this spot is a favorite of locals and tourists alike.


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