With stone and brick walls, wooden beams, pillars, fireplaces, and charm from another era, Old Montreal boutique hotels reflect a historical flair one would expect to find in Europe. Modern amenities like WiFi are available in guest and meeting rooms.
Hotel St Paul's 120 elegantly designed guest rooms blend antiques and custom contemporary furniture.
In this historical beaux-arts building with cathedral ceilings, built between 1906 and 1908 as the headquarters of the Canadian Express Bank, picture windows provide captivating views of Old Montreal or Mount Royal and Montreal's skyline.
There are 4 conference rooms and, for corporate events, an Atrium and Espace Hambar.
A new build in 2001, Le St. Sulpice's east stone dates back to the 1800s. Its design reflects Old Montreal's historical character.
Le St. Sulpice, the 2013 winner of the Grand Prize at the Worldwide Hospitality Awards, has 3 function rooms that accommodating groups of 10 - 80. Restaurant Sinclair can be booked for private dining for up to 80 guests.
The 108 suites, ranging from 500 - 1,100 square feet, have living rooms and fully equipped kitchen. Three Signature Suites have rooftop terraces.
In 2002, 3 buildings constructed in 1852 as a leather factory were converted to the 105 room Hotel Nelligan that includes 59 suites and 2 penthouse suites. There are 4 meeting rooms. The ballroom has a capacity of 250 for dining.
The 2 restaurants can be privatized. Mechant Boeuf accommodates up to 120 guests and Verses, specializing in modern French cuisine, has a capacity of 180.