Montreal's most comfortable hotels where you can sleep in absolute luxury

Everyone needs a little "me" time. Enjoy yours by spoiling yourself at some of the most posh luxury hotels Montreal has to offer like the Hotel Chateau Saint Marc Montreal. Indulge in ritzy, on-premises upscale dining or pamper yourself with plush king-sized beds and in-room deluxe hot tubs at luxury hotels like the Hotel Le Crystal. If you like to travel extravagantly, Montreal luxury hotels are the only way to fly. Good, practical, efficient design, attractive decor and views, peace and quiet, ultra comfy beds, superior amenities, good restaurants and bar options and attentive but non - intrusive service are all the hallmarks of a luxury hotel experience. From our list below, you'll find hotels that fit the bill for this demanding list. And because we're in Montreal, luxury can be had at a very competitive price where dining (in room and out) and service are second to none. So go ahead, spoil yourself and don't be shy about picking up the in-room telephone, and dialing zero to have your every wish addressed. After all, that's what luxury is al about - enjoy. While most of these hotels are located in downtown or nearby Old Montreal, we've included listings for the airport location as well.



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



Located directly across from the Palais des Congress and all of Old Montreal's restaurants and nightspots this artsy, sophisticated hotel offers rooms with personality and flair. Decorated with photographs and prints by local artists, the...  Read More



Inside the well-designed loft-inspired rooms, guests will notice the difference from other luxury business hotel options. Bliss bath products abound and 37" plasma flat screen televisions hang at just the right height to enjoy from the platform...  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



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



Conveniently located in downtown Montreal, this venerable hotel is a Montreal landmark within easy walking distance to major attractions and shopping venues. Check out Montreal's largest outdoor rooftop hotel pool with its landscaped gardens...  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



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 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



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


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