The Hôtel St. Paul – a truly unique hotel experience
Montréal’s accommodations scene runs the gamut from trusted international brands to boutique experiences full of local flavour and singular montréalaise flair. But one hotel aims to giving each and every guest a unique experience all their own – right down to the accessories in each room. Following a rejuvenation of the rooms and the hotel’s award-winning restaurant The Hambar, the Hôtel St. Paul is an old favourite showing off a new face everyone will love.
No two lamps the same
The Hôtel St. Paul strikes an elegant balance between cutting edge design and technology with classic decorative touches and old school hotelier service befitting its regal Old Montréal location. And embracing the adage that it’s all in the details, each of the hotel’s newly renovated rooms continues the St. Paul’s tradition of keeping every room unique, right down to no two of the same lamp in any suite. And that unique attention to detail is just one of the ways in which the Hôtel St. Paul is a perfect home away from home for your attendees and special guests.
The power of word of mouth
The St. Paul’s recent latest and greatest upgrades ensure this hotel’s ready for its close up – and features in magazines like Condé Nast Traveller and Style at Home would certainly agree. Travel + Leisure even ranked the Hôtel St. Paul as one of the 500 Best Hotels in the World, and the hotel’s crowded mantelpiece just made room to squeeze in the 2018 Hotel.com’s #lovedbyguest award. Further proving that guests adore it just as much as award juries, their online reviews and comments have secured the Hôtel St. Paul a Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence each and every year since 2011.
A perfect proximity
The Hôtel St. Paul’s location gives guests easy access to the sights of Old Montréal and the modern vistas of downtown. It’s also but a hop, skip and jump to the Palais des congrès de Montréal, the city’s conference centre. And better yet, there’s a wealth of shopping, cafés and culture right on your doorstep.
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