"History Reviewed Coupled Wiith Your Satisfaction and Delicious Food"
Great atmosphere, Wonderful Service, Excellent Food, and Overall A Great Place to Visit and partake in one of Old Montreal's Historic Sites. Definitely Worth A Relaxing Visit. Vast choice of Wine Selections. Rooms are clean and home-like Enjoy!
"First Class location and hotel"
Perfect location in Old Montreal. Rooms were perfect. We booked the "basic" room and it was huge. We travelled as a family and got adjoining rooms. Every night staff left bottled water as part of turn down service. Refilled Nespresso pods every night. Rooms include a galley kitchen. Staff was extremely polite and helpful.
"Staff make this hotel amazing"
The hotel is great, perfect location in Old Montreal and in walking distance to everything my b/f & I wanted to do which was eat delicious food, see the beautiful sites and enjoy the old city in all of its glorious decor during the holiday season. We were there for New Year's Eve and the city is awesome! The room is huge. Comfy bed, two TVs, a small kitchenette and nice sized living area, awesome bathroom with lots of space to put products in. The staff is what makes this hotel even better. I wanted a diet coke late at night and they sent one up to me right away; we needed dinner reservations, Amy at the front desk was able to get us in to one of our favorite restaurants; my b/f lost 20 dollars by the reception area, the maintenance man found it, gave it to the front desk and it was returned to him!! This extra touches are what makes a hotel stand out. Thank you very much!!
We stayed for 2 nights in early January and felt we hit the jackpot with this hotel choice! Huge, spacious rooms that worked well for a family of 2 adults and 2 teens. Modern bathroom. The kitchen, tea kettle and bottled water were a bonus. Staff were friendly, helpful and went out of their way to engage with us. Great recommendations for restaurants and navigating the city. The location is amazing and made sightseeing so easy. I will recommend this hotel to everyone and hope to return someday!
"All right, but makes me wonder about what constitutes 4 stars in Montreal"
I just returned from a stay at Le Saint-Sulpice where I and my family stayed for four nights. Our regular hotel, nearby, was full, and I thought to give this hotel, which seemed equivalent a try. We stayed in a Queen Suite and I was immediately struck by the odd assortment of furniture in the room, the moderate maintenance of the room, and the small bed that I suspect was at the minimum size possible to be called a queen. The furnishings made the room look like a Quality Inn, which for the price of the hotel and it's luxury rating, was very surprising. Likewise disappointing was the reminder at every turn of their efforts at economy (stinginess). There was a Nespresso machine in the kitchenette and a notice at the desk on the opposite side of the suite explaining that the first three pods are free but subsequent pods are $1.49 each. It may seem like a small point, but this was emblematic of the nickel-and-diming that goes on here, which is surprising nowadays (like finding out that you need to pay for wifi, which here, thankfully, was free). All told, I think this hotel is so-so. It costs a lot and the rooms are not special in any way. The staff were efficient, but barely friendly. In a city that needs tourists and in a touristic neighborhood, there are better options.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM