Team Montréal hotels are the crème de la crème

published on January 10, 2019
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Montréal’s place at the top of the heap of best event cities in the Americas is thanks to a combination of inspiring venues, gourmet eats and a well-connected airport that serves more destinations than ever before. But another cornerstone of the city’s crowning achievements is its stellar collection of world-class hotels that will leave your attendees wishing they could stay even longer. Be they unique and boutique, budget with a twist or a trusted international chain, Team Montréal’s hotels are ready to welcome your attendees in style.

Delta Montréal

The Delta Montréal offers equal parts urban excitement and nature’s quiet, nestled between the Quartier des spectacles entertainment district and the greenery of Mount Royal. The prime location ensures there’s something to keep everyone entertained through the off-hours, and 15 well-stocked event spaces cover a multitude of needs.

Total number of units (rooms and suites): 456
Total meeting rooms: 15
Need to Know: Your guests will love the balcony views over downtown and the mountain – both perfect backdrops for those #mtlmoments selfies.

Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth

Following a multi-million dollar makeover, Fairmont’s “The Queen E” once again claimed her spot as a crown jewel in Montréal accommodations that’s more than just a hotel. It’s also a foodie’s paradise with award-winning gastronomic delights at Rosélys restaurant, the Nacarat cocktail bar, the Krema Café and the Marché Artisans, Canada’s first urban market focused on local products. Need meeting space? There’s 4645 square metres of it here too, and it’s all right at the heart of downtown action.

Total number of units (rooms and suites): 982
Total meeting rooms: 30
Need to Know: 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s Bed-In held in room 1742, where they also recorded ‘Give Peace a Chance’!

Bonaventure Montréal

The Bonaventure Montréal is perched atop the Place Bonaventure business centre and shopping mall, with over 4600 square metres of event space that’s linked directly with the convention centre – a transformable space that should set imaginations soaring. Now that’s what we call connected.

Total number of units: 395 total / 5 suites
Total meeting rooms: 33
Need to Know: Nothing says VIP like the rooftop pool and gardens that cover over 2.5 acres of sky-high real estate.

Hôtel Monville

Since leaping onto the scene in 2018, the Hôtel Monville has thrilled visitors with its photo-perfect views and locally-sourced design objects that create a hotel experience that’s uniquely Montréalais. Floor to ceiling windows literally make the rooms feel a part of the bustling downtown streets below, and there’s even a short-term meeting space available for guests at short notice should attendees need somewhere to pull together a last-minute meeting.

Total number of units: 269 total / 32 suites
Total meeting rooms: 6
Need to Know: You might think you’re in an episode of The Jetsons, but you’re not seeing things. The Hôtel Monville’s room service is indeed robot-delivered!

Hôtel St-Paul

Striking a perfect balance between cutting-edge design and old school glamour isn’t easy, but the Hôtel St-Paul nails it. Six malleable meeting rooms can be transformed into several layouts thanks to partitions, making them suitable for gatherings of all sizes. And when it comes to perks, the Hôtel St-Paul’s partnership with Bota Bota, Montréal’s spa boat docked in the Old Port, offers special package visits for hotel guests sure to leave them relaxed and refreshed for the next event.

Total number of units: 119 total / 23 suites
Total meeting rooms: 6
Need to know: Each room’s decoration elements ensure a unique experience, with no two rooms featuring the same lamp.

DoubleTree by Hilton Montréal

Overlooking the Place des Arts and Place des Festivals, the DoubleTree by Hilton Montréal is an iconic part of the downtown action. There’s over 37,000 square feet of indoor meeting space, and 14,700 square feet of outdoor terrace all available for special events. With easy access to the Palais des congrès de Montréal (the city’s conference centre), Old Montréal and the Old Port, your attendees will feel at the centre of it all.

Total number of units: 595 total / 14 suites
Total meeting rooms: 25
Need to Know: Every check-in comes with a warm chocolate chip cookie, and nothing says home away from home quite like warm chocolate chip cookies.

Hôtel Intercontinental Montréal

The Hôtel Intercontinental’s Nordheimer Conference Center  within the historic Nordheimer Building is one of Old Montréal’s newest renovated event spaces, and it’s linked directly to one of the city’s most popular hotels. How’s that for proximity? And once the conference day is done, your guests will love the Green Fairy alcoves of the Sarah B absinthe bar.

Total number of units (rooms and suites): 357 total / 23 suites
Total meeting rooms: 18
Need to Know: Fashion wardrobes change with the seasons, so why shouldn’t hotel interiors? The Intercontinental Montréal changes its décor every three months for a uniquely seasonal look.

Le Centre Sheraton

As one of the tallest towers in downtown Montréal, your attendees won’t have any trouble spotting their accommodations after a day’s meetings (and there’s 31 meeting spaces inside the hotel too). With 825 rooms on hand, there’s something for everyone and a visit to the Studio Pressurat wellness spa on the 6th floor will leave your guests feeling truly pampered.

Total number of units (rooms and suites): 825
Total meeting rooms: 31
Need to Know: Fans of great views will love the towering vistas thanks to the building’s height over much of the rest of downtown Montréal.

Hôtel Place d’Armes

Perched on the corner of Old Montréal’s main square from which the hotel takes its name (not to mention home to the Notre-Dame Basilica), the Hôtel Place d’Armes puts your guests in the beating heart of Montréal history. And if that location weren’t already enviable enough, the hotel’s a mere two-minute walk from the Palais de congrés. The hotel’s meeting space can also be partitioned to fit group size, suitable for up to 500 guests.

Total number of units: 133 total / 48 suites / 5 penthouses
Total meeting rooms: 13
Need to Know: The stunning vistas from the Terrasse Place d’Armes hotel bar over Old Montréal are fittingly famous, offering the perfect setting for an evening cocktail.

Le Saint-Sulpice Hôtel

An expert blend of old world charm and luxurious modernity, the Le Saint-Sulpice Hôtel has long been an Old Montréal favourite for travellers in the know. Balcony views over cobblestone streets, flatscreen TVs and in-room fireplaces all make for special added touches your guests will love. And the Sinclair Restaurant’s peaceful terrace is the perfect place to refuel.

Total number of units (suites only): 108
Total meeting rooms: 4
Need to Know: A great idea for a 1-on-1 or small team gathering is the hotel’s bucolic gardens.

Westin Montréal

Situated directly across from the convention centre with easy access to Old Montréal, the Westin Montréal lives up to the adage of location, location, location. The modern 455 rooms and 4200 square metres of event space all come with charming skyline views over downtown Montréal, so your attendees will feel like they’re sightseeing while networking or relaxing.

Total number of units (rooms and suites): 455
Total meeting rooms: 44
Need to Know: The WestinWORKOUT gym is fully equipped for a great workout, but more importantly features a glass bottom pool.

Vogue Hotel Montreal Downtown

Condé Nast Traveler designated the Vogue Hotel Montreal Downtown one of the “Top Hotels in Canada”, and we can’t argue with that. Framed covers of Vogue magazine punctuate the interior decoration of the rooms, and your attendees will feel like superstar models themselves in the gorgeously Parisian La Société Bistro.

Total number of units (rooms and suites): 142
Total meeting rooms: 12
Need to Know: Each room at the Vogue features king size beds and a whirlpool, which means your guests won’t ever want to leave.

Marriott SpringHill Suites Vieux-Montréal

History fans will love a stay at the Marriott SpringHill Suites Vieux-Montréal, not only for its charming Old Montréal location near the Bonsecours Market but for its Auberge Saint-Gabriel restaurant housed within the restored walls of what was the first Inn in North America built in 1688!

Total number of units (suites only): 124
Total meeting rooms: 4
Need to know: If you’re looking to truly impress, the Auberge Saint-Gabriel (alongside 12 bookable event spaces alongside the hotel’s 4 meeting rooms) is also available for rental.

Montréal Marriott Château Champlain

Get a glimpse of Expo67 at the Montréal Marriott Château Champlain, built for the Montréal world’s fair and thrilling visitors ever since. There’s stunning views over Dorchester Square, and nearly 2700 square metres of event space ranges from plush red carpet opulence to sky-high modernity.

Total number of units (rooms and suites): 611
Total meeting rooms: 25
Need to Know: The 36th-floor board room has long been a local favourite but the secret’s out thanks to the hotel’s Webcam of the unbeatable vista from its windows.

Mount Stephen Hotel

Those searching for a five-star luxury boutique hotel experience will love the Mount Stephen Hotel, opened in one of the most stunning buildings in the Montréal’s Golden Square Mile. Recognized as a Historic Site of Canada since 1971, the Mount Stephen will leave your guests feeling like royalty. And the 5000 square foot ballroom is just one of several meeting spaces sure to make a lasting impression.

Total number of units: 90 total / 21 suites
Total meeting rooms: 6
Need to Know: The Mount Stephen has been listed as one of the Leading Hotels of the World – one of only 3 Canadian properties on the list.

Renaissance Montréal

The official hotel of the Montréal Canadiens hockey team (Go Habs!), “The Ren” is a luxury lifestyle hotel where design is king. Splashes of bold colour and contemporary art hand-picked for each room fascinate and energize, while the views from the rooftop bar are unstoppable.

Total number of units (rooms and suites): 142
Total meeting rooms: 3
Need to Know: The hotel’s Pan Asian restaurant East thrills the palette with unique tastes unique to Montréal hotels.

Ritz-Carlton Montréal

The name Ritz-Carlton brings to mind a level of service and elegance unlike any other, a veritable grand dame of hotels. And the Ritz-Carlton Montréal doesn’t disappoint with its gorgeous rooms, epic meeting spaces, and the dining room’s genuine French cuisine by celebrated chef Daniel Boulud that rivals the best brasseries in France.

Total number of units (rooms and suites): 129 total / 31 suites / 46 condos
Total meeting rooms: 9
Need to Know: The Ritz-Carlton Montréal is the only hotel in Québec to receive the AAA’s coveted 5-diamond rating.

W Montréal

Overlooking Square Victoria, the W Montréal adds a splash of modernity to the outskirts of Old Montréal. Each room is kitted out with the latest in hotel technology, the busy lounge is always ready for a nightcap and it’s all pulled off with a 4 Green Key Rating given to hotels operating with minimal environmental impact. And that’s worth raising a glass!

Total number of units (rooms and suites): 152
Total meeting rooms: 5
Need to Know: Everyone loves the Foxy Throws on the beds, designed only for the W Montréal. But luckily for us, they’re also available in the hotel’s online boutique.

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