"Amazing first time experience in Old Montreal"
I came here for the first time on a business trip. I had room 205 which was overlooking St-Paul Street. The room is very big and it was quiet. A sitting area with a TV. A mini Kitchenette, a closed queen bedroom and a nice long hallway. I was honestly pleasantly surprised with the amenities in the room. There was actually another TV in the bedroom. The bathroom was also very nice. Everything about this hotel exceeded my expectations. A close walk too many amazing restaurants in the area. They have a bar in the lobby area, valet parking and a great check-in service. We had prepared meals in our meeting room, and even the food in the meeting rooms was excellent. Honestly this is a boutique hotel with a touch of class. Definitely would stay here again in the summer months as it's in a great location for bike rentals, roller blading and just walking around in Old Montreal.
This hotel is very high end. Prices are very high. Meals are expensive. No view from room. Rooms are very chic. Lighting is very poor. Our bed was one that folded up into wall. It was not comfortable only say here because of businesses in
"Great Boutique hotel "
Location, location, location. Right in old Montreal and on rue St-Paul....perfect! Superb roomy suite with a cute electric fireplace and kitchenette. Quiet area. Very attentive and professional staff. Thank you for the nice weekend.
"Chic, Classic, and Contemporary, all rolled into one!"
Montreal has no shortage of hotels, with options to suit every budget. Our choice of Le St-Sulpice Hotel was a sound choice. Here's why: 1. The hotel is located in Montreal's Old Town, the part of the city which is, in my opinion, the most attractive, most atmospheric, and most vibrant part of the city. It's located just behind the Basilique Notre-Dame de Montreal, and a short walk from Place-d'Armes Metro station. It's about a 15 minute walk to Montreal's shopping heart, along Rue Sainte-Catherine. 2. Our deluxe room wasn't cheap, but it resembled a well-equipped apartment-style room rather than a bog-standard hotel room. The room was massive, with a comfortable and roomy seating area, a mini-kitchen galley equipped with a microwave oven, Nespresso coffee machine and sink, and a very comfortable king bed. In addition, there was a decent-sized safe for storage of electronics, and an iron and board. The decor was quite chic, almost edgy: a blend of classic and contemporary, with splashes of colour. 3. The bathroom was also huge, with a separate bath and shower cubicle. 4. Wireless connection was free, with easy connectivity and good download speed. 5. Check-in and check-out was welcoming, efficient and professional. 6. The hotel has very pleasant public areas, for coffee, drinks and food, or for just relaxing. Here's a couple of things you may want to keep in mind: 1. Our room, overlooking the street at the front of the hotel, was not sound-proofed to the noise outside. Late night revellers in the street, and the flow of traffic was disruptive to sleep. Further, at the time of our visit (late October 2016), there was building work taking place beside the hotel, and machinery was being operated (loudly) on this site from 07:00. It may well be finished now, but check before taking a front-facing room. 2. Bathrooms could do with a bit of a revamp: cracked and broken tiling does not sit well in a deluxe, cared-for look. Would I return' Yes, though I'd check on nearby building works, and request a room in a quieter part of the hotel.
"Very roomy and well stocked kitchenette"
A lot more room than other rooms of the same level. It was enough for friends to come and play boardgames in. The kitchenette is stocked with pots and utensils which can be very useful. I ate a lot of fruit there and even cut up a watermelon. It's also in a great location as we visited the basilica and nice restaurants nearby. It's 10 minutes away from Chinatown for your late night snacks and dimsum in the mornings. We had a room with a view of the courtyard and had no noise issues. The only problem I had was a small aesthetic one. The bathroom itself was nice but the shower stall had a very institutional feel to it. It might be the tiles but it felt like it could have came from a hospital.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM