Guide of the best hotels in Montreal

What are the best Downtown Montreal hotels?

Looking for a hotel in downtown Montreal? A place to stay in Quebec and in the Canadian city? Built between the mountain (Mount Royal) and the river (the St. Lawrence), this is the part of the city where Montreal’s life is in full swing. Whether you’re going out at night or relaxing in one of Downtown Montreal’s many luxury hotels, you’ll feel like you’re in the heart of an American metropolis. St. Catherine Street is more than 10 km long and has nearly 1200 stores to satisfy your shopping desires. Downtown Montreal is also known worldwide for its underground city covering nearly 33 kilometers underground. But rest assured, none of the Downtown Montreal hotels below are located there.

Montreal hotels Downtown : what's the best?

According to travelers, the Four Seasons Montreal is the best hotel in downtown Montreal. This 5-star hotel has a full-service spa, restaurant and lounge. Another plus is that you can book an appointment at this address, which is just 2 minutes from St. Catherine Street. Other places to visit in the area include Hotel Le Germain Montreal, Courtyard by Marriott Montreal Downtown and Courtyard By Marriott Montreal Downtown.


How do I find my Montreal Downtown Hotel?

You'll find the perfect place to stay in Montreal among the 14 Downtown hotels we've listed below. There are luxury hotels, 5-star hotels, and cheap hotels in Montreal.


What are the best things to do in downtown Montreal?

Place des Arts, Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier, and Metropolis Music Hall are all great places to catch great shows in downtown Montreal. St. Catherine Street and the Bell Centre are also worth a visit. While in the area, visit the Montreal Underground, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and the Eaton Centre. The Old Port of Montreal and the Notre-Dame Basilica are two other places of interest.


Montreal hotels Downtown: book and have a great stay!

Downtown Montreal offers all the luxury you could want, including world-class art galleries. Walking is the best way to get around, especially during the warmer months. Visitors should be aware that sidewalks can become dangerously slippery during the winter months. To avoid this, residents use the stairs to reach Montreal's underground city, a network that stretches 30 km and connects 33 metro stations, office buildings and hundreds of stores.

The new bike lane on Mainsonneuve Street provides easy and safe access to downtown. Sainte-Catherine Street is also a popular shopping destination. There are many restaurants and gift stores in Montreal's Chinatown.

The lower part of the McGill University campus is mostly 19th century neoclassical buildings. It is well worth a visit. The 19th century cathedral is worth a visit. The impressive Mary Queen of the World Cathedral is just beyond. It is a replica of St. Peter's Basilica in Rome. The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts also has free exhibitions.

There are many lodging options in Montreal, including elegant and welcoming hotels such as Le Germain or the Omni Mont-Royal, a five-star hotel. These hotels are located among the trendy boutiques, museums and exciting nightlife of Crescent Street.


How do I get around downtown Montreal?

You can explore the city by taking the metro to Peel metro station, McGill metro station or Bonaventure metro station. Montreal's central train station is the closest station and is ideal if you need to leave the city. You can also take the train to the Lucien-L'Allier metro station.