Sleep Easy in Montreal: The City's Best Hotels for Business or Pleasure

These carefully chosen hotels represent a cross section of what a variety of visitors to Montreal are looking for. Whether you're just popping into town for a business meeting and need to fly out early the next morning or are here on a romantic interlude or traveling with the family, we've got you covered. To that end, all of these hotel picks represent good value and unique features to make your trip to Montreal extra special.

Perhaps you want to be near the action and department store shopping of downtown or wandering the cobblestone streets of old Montreal in search of that perfect gift or exploring trendy neighborhood boutiques and restaurants further afield. If you're traveling on vacation, you'll want to be near major attractions. The majority of the hotels listed here are within easy walking or commuting distance of all Montreal's top spots.

Montreal’s hotels, like the city itself are a blend of New World charm and European sophistication. There are a wide variety of hotels to choose from to suit your individual taste and budget. You'll be suitably impressed with the warm welcome and great service offered by these properties chosen by 10Best for their ambience as well as their location.



It's the extra little touches like the aroma of lotus flowers in the lobby and umbrellas, Nespresso coffee makers with free capsules and l'occitane bath products in the 108 suites that make a stay at Le Saint-Sulpice special. Many of the...  Read More



What's not to like about free internet and nightly gifts of chocolate and bottled water all provided by a wonderful and caring staff? Staying at Le Place d'Armes is akin to staying at an upscale European apartment with a comfortable, relaxed...  Read More



This family-friendly, 12-storey hotel with the cool glass elevators is conveniently located across from the Contemporary Art Museum near the Place des Arts, with easy access to St. Denis and St. Laurent streets near the site of the International...  Read More



The top features of the Days Inn Montreal Airport hotel located one mile from Pierre-Elliot Trudeau International Airport and six miles from downtown Montreal include: free, reliable in-room wireless internet,on-site contemporary designed...  Read More



It's hard to believe there are 105 rooms and suites in the warm and friendly Hotel Nelligan sitting in the middle of Old Montreal. Exposed brick and beams, beautiful large windows - some with river views or overlooking the cobble-stone streets...  Read More



The W Montreal gets top marks for its ultra chic decor, outstanding service, proximity to a metro station and a 24-hour party vibe. Guests are guaranteed admittance to the popular Wunderbar and Plateau Lounge with a flash of their room...  Read More



The hotel comprises 154 ultra-comfortable rooms decorated with works of art by local artist Pascale Girardin. All 18 floors are bathed in natural light, set in a building made of aluminum panels and bricks recycled from old buildings in the...  Read More



The Fairmont Queen Elizabeth Hotel Montreal is conveniently located above the main Via Rail train station or Gare Central which is connected to the Underground City paths that pass several shopping complexes. The downtown west location is a...  Read More



Step off Old Montreal's cobblestoned Saint-Francoise-Xavier Street straight into this little boutique hotel.The best rooms in this 30 - room establishment are in the back as these overlook the Sulpicien Gardens and Notre Dame Basilica. Large...  Read More



The Opus Hotel Montreal opened in 2007 with an interior designed by New Yorker, Yabu Pushelberg. Highlights of a visit here include a 37" HDTV with computer in all rooms, complimentary bottled water, espresso, cappuccino, hot chocolate and...  Read More


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Sherel Purcell is a travel writer who specializes in golf, Montreal and Quebec, contemporary art, cycling and food and wine. Her articles appear on USA Today's 10Best,, Aol, Matador,...  More About Sherel