Montreal hotels

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Low Season December
High Season May
  Average price (weeknight): C$ 236
  Average price (weekend night): C$ 220

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Top tips for finding the perfect Montreal hotel

Downtown Phoenix sits at the heart of the city’s commercial and entertainment district. Here, the top-rated Kimpton Hotel Palomar Phoenix Cityscape offers excellent luxury accommodations.
To stay near the art galleries of the Midtown Arts District, consider staying at Foundre Phoenix, a stylish boutique hotel with plenty of art on the premises.
The Talking Stick Resort Arena is a sports and entertainment arena in downtown Phoenix, guests in town for a basketball game or a concert could stay nearby at The Hyatt Regency Phoenix.
Business travelers visiting Phoenix for an event at the Phoenix Convention Center could book a stay at the Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel to be within walking distance of the center.
Guests in town for an Arizona Diamondbacks baseball game might want to book a hotel near Chase Field such as the Courtyard by Marriott Phoenix Downtown hotel.

FAQs when booking a hotel in Montreal

How much is a cheap hotel in Montreal?
KAYAK users have found double rooms in Montreal for as cheap as C$ 10 in the last 3 days. The average price is C$ 302.
How much is a hotel in Montreal for tonight?
In the last 72 hours, users have found Montreal hotels for tonight for as low as C$ 21. Users have also found 3-star hotels from C$ 95 and 4-star hotels from C$ 121.
How much is a hotel in Montreal for this weekend?
In the last 72 hours, users have found Montreal hotels for this weekend for as low as C$ 23 per night. Users have also found 3-star hotels from C$ 212 and 4-star hotels from C$ 260.
Which are the most popular Montreal neighborhoods to stay in?
For more information about Montreal's different neighborhoods, check out our Montreal's City Guide.
How can I find hotels near me?
Take a look at our extensive hotel Heatmaps to find the best hotels near you.
Where can I stay to experience Montreal like a local?
If you're interested in staying slightly outside the hustle and bustle of Montreal's city center, you may enjoy the borough of Anjou. In Anjou, the area is more residential and the streets are quieter. You may have trouble finding a high-end hotel, but consider the Quality Hotel Montreal East, which is located near CF Galleries d'Anjou, one of the major shopping malls in Montreal.
Are there any hotels in Montreal with free parking?
If you are looking for free parking, consider the Crowne Plaza Montreal Airport. You won't be near the city center, but you'll have access to a pool and will be in a convenient location for traveling. Another hotel with free parking is Hôtel Brossard, which is in the area of Brossard, about 15 minutes by bus from the city center.
Which hotels in Montreal allow dogs?
Many hotels in Montreal do not allow pets, and if they do, they charge additional fees. If you're planning to travel with your dog, make sure you confirm with the hotel before your arrival. The Hyatt Regency Montreal and the Hotel Gouverneur Montreal both allow pets upon request and are both located in the heart of the city.
Are there any hotels in Montreal with a pool?
There are a number of hotels in Montreal with a pool. The Courtyard by Marriott Montreal Downtown has both an outdoor and indoor pool. The Hotel Bonaventure Montreal features a heated rooftop pool that stays open in winter, so even when there is snow on the ground, guests can enjoy a swim while taking in the views of the city.
Are there any hotels in Montreal offering airport shuttles?
Several hotels in Montreal offer airport shuttle services; however, most of them charge an additional fee. If you want a hotel with an airport shuttle, consider booking a room at The Hotel Chrome Montreal Centre-Ville or Le Mount Stephen. Both are located in the city center and offer an airport shuttle service upon request, though additional charges may apply.

Where to stay in Montreal?

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Best Montreal hotels

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9.4 Excellent (717 reviews)
Pro " I LOVED the modern interior design. "
Con " Breakfast and coffee were not catching up with the rest. But not a true reason to complain really. "
C$ 303
9.3 Excellent (3,827 reviews)
Pro " helpful staff- with great recommendations. "
Con " Some way to heat the hard boiled eggs? "
C$ 208
9.3 Excellent (1,782 reviews)
Pro " Rooms were very spacious and comfortable. "
Con " Construction noise next door "
C$ 244
9.3 Excellent (1,129 reviews)
Pro " Clean Quiet Unassuming classy "
Con " No review available "
C$ 611
9.3 Excellent (974 reviews)
Pro " First and foremost, the bedding. Awesome. I swear the comforter was a foot thick. Great shower, plenty of water and all the toiletries needed. The staff is extremely attentive and helpful. Even though there was construction on the street our room was quiet. (4th floor). The terrace is a beautiful place to relax. See picture;) "
Con " I’m struggling to think of anything to improve my visit. "
C$ 233
9.2 Excellent (3,867 reviews)
Pro " It was my first time traveling solo. It was great! The hostel is indeed very nice! I stood in a 4-bed-room and I do recommend if you are traveling alone! "
Con " The breakfast is just bread, sereal and coffee! More options would be nice! "
C$ 132
9.2 Excellent (2,158 reviews)
Pro " Very well situated downtown Montreal "
Con " Our room service after hours meal was burnt and unfortunately disappointing. "
C$ 294
9.2 Excellent (869 reviews)
Pro " The bedroom is a good size and we like the separate shower and toilet. The wash area has lots of counter space for our toiletries. The hotel offered Nespresso in the room it was great for us coffee lovers. Adequate outlets for charging our iPhones and iPads. Great location! "
Con " No review available "
C$ 262
9.2 Excellent (590 reviews)
Pro " Fantastic location in the heart of old Montreal. Beautiful boutique hotel. Didn't have a chance to visit the bar or the restaurant, but will definitely do so on my next stay. "
Con " No review available "
C$ 289
9.2 Excellent (358 reviews)
Pro " Bar George is gréât for ambiance and meeting people "
Con " Resto could be better "
C$ 349
9.1 Excellent (3,238 reviews)
Pro " Nice, clean rooms. Reception desk very friendly. Good location. "
Con " No review available "
C$ 187
9.1 Excellent (2,438 reviews)
Pro " Great location,facilities and amenities. Beautifully designed. Very comfortable room. "
Con " The restaurant, which we tried for breakfast and dinner, is not very good. Food is mediocre and service passable. We ended up having breakfast and lunch outside for the following 2 days. It is too bad because the facilities are beautiful. Easy to correct however... "
C$ 220
9.1 Excellent (1,184 reviews)
Pro " Nice and modern style hotel "
Con " Only valet parking & there was no clothes iron in room. "
C$ 219
9.1 Excellent (646 reviews)
Pro " - Room was clean, mattress, bed comforter & sheets were comfortable - Staff was friendly - Restaurant downstairs was great - Very trendy/modern hotel - Good location "
Con " I didn't like how breakfast wasn't included in your stay. I paid $1,000+ USD and had to pay to eat breakfast on top of it. Was hoping it'd be included to save some $$. It was Grand Prix weekend & hotel fares were through the roof (understandably so). To better accommodate visitors, include breakfast in stay. Even if you offer a certain package where breakfast is included. "
C$ 311
9.1 Excellent (575 reviews)
Pro " Helpful staff and lovely spacious room. "
Con " The tv didn't work and neither did the jets on the bath. "
C$ 212

Best Montreal hotels near Vieux-Port de Montréal

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9.2 Excellent (2,067 reviews)
Pro " Wonderful Japanese restaurant on site!. "
Con " No review available "
C$ 256
9.2 Excellent (1,737 reviews)
Pro " Stayed at Hotel Nelligan many, many, many years ago when last in Montreal. Loved the combination of charm and updated amenities. Staff was very accomodating and rooms were very comfortable and quiet. Wish the weather was better so we could have enjoyed the rooftop space. "
Con " The neighborhood was both charming and toursity. Could have done without the plethora of t-shirt shops but that's what you get when staying in Old Montreal. "
C$ 246
9.2 Excellent (466 reviews)
Pro " I like the fact that this was a small compact hotel with a great restaurant and very friendly staff! We had a few hiccups to do with the AC and a couple of other things but they couldn’t have been nicer and quicker to rectify the situation. I would definitely recommend this hotel! "
Con " As mentioned previously there were a few things that went wrong. The telephone started buzzing all night and couldn’t turn it off. The AC started dripping huge amounts of water onto a chair where I had folded my clothes. Also one day housekeeping had not come in to do the beds or bathroom. They did come eventually but it was early evening and not a good time. "
C$ 340
8.5 Excellent (2,125 reviews)
Pro " The location was central Big rooms Staff was good "
Con " No review available "
C$ 221