The staff were courteous and very polite. The room was beautiful and luxurious. The hotel's location is great in the center of Old Montreal, a short walk away from restaurants and bars. I thoroughly enjoyed my stay and would definitely recommend this hotel to people traveling to Montreal.
"Classy and amazing!"
I am a regular to Montreal and especially to Old Montreal when traveling on business. This time around I chose to stay at the St-Sulpice because I hadn't done so before. I was not disappointed! I had a beautifully appointed room - 500 square feet of luxury and quietness! From bathrobes to a nice fireplace, a well though of kitchenette, and large bathroom with shower and separate bath, all the amenities are superb! Everything is classy, but not in a snobbish kind of way at the St-Sulpice! It is close to a ton of wonderful restaurants, the Place d'Armes, the Notre-Dame Basilica (right next to it actually), so very practical. I will be back!
Vine at 200$ a bottle. Beer at 15$ each. Not my style. Many hotels in Montreal could receive you at a way better price and the same kind of service. First and last time there. Well located in Old Montreal. Add 32$ for your parking.
"Fun in Old Montreal"
We decided to not do the traditional Thanksgiving and went to Montreal instead. When we told some friends about it just a week before we went, they decided to join us and booked this hotel, as well. The rooms were good and clean, and our friends got one of the suites with a fireplace that turned out to be very nice for the cold snowy weather we had while there. Of course, Montreal is built to be visited in bad weather and we had a great time despite it. The concierge service at the front desk was awesome. We used them to book our dinner reservations based on their wonderful recommendations and get tickets for the Biosphere and Planetarium. We also played card games in the bar with some after-dinner drinks and the staff enjoyed kibitzing with us. Both our rooms faced the garden courtyard and were very quiet. We would definitely return.
"Amazing stay....happy to have found our home away from home"
Excellent location in old Montreal and close to everything including metro to downtown. We travel to Montreal about 8-10 times per year and trying to find the best spot for the family. This hotel meets our needs but could be better with some renovations to their 2 bedroom suite. Don't get me wrong, this is a great hotel, great location and reasonably priced considering. I want to make it better! All cosmetic renovations (based on our stay in the 2 bedroom suite # 617: - "kitchenette" has sink that is so small! About 10"x 10" yet they provide dishes (and dish soap with expectation that you or housekeeping will clean). The sink is not big enough to lie a dinner plate flat so how could we begin to wash or stack to wash at a future date' the cabinets are not a good quality -- think the material is some cheap flake board which is chipped and worn down on every corner. Hotel Crystal (same price point) has nice cabinets under the granite counters. Kitchenette could be so much nicer, especially for longer term usage. - The master bathroom had the circular glass sinks which are rather forward thinking yet the tub surround was cream ceramic tile which is date. Together, the picture doesn't make sense, especially for Old Montreal. The toilet paper holder was half off the wall so would recommend they fix and ensure it is on a stud. Also, in our suite, bathrooms and bedrooms do not have any light since no windows. Bummer but not likely a fixable solution. - waste paper baskets - this suite boosts enough room for 6 (pull out sofa with a queen) and 2 bedrooms but yet the whole suite includes 4 micro size waste paper baskets. Recommend a large waste paper basket underneath sink (to catch waste from each meal) and increase size in washrooms for overflow. - fireplace - one of the few places we have found that has a wood burning fireplace which is amazing however they charge for the logs! I wish I knew and we would have brought our own. Hard to justify the mark-up. - 2nd bedroom -- would love to see an option with twin beds (or 2 double beds). We are a couple, 2 teens and a toddler. We travel a lot and usually get the teens their own room with double beds but miss them so the 2 bedroom suite at this hotel appealed to us. because the 2nd bedroom contained a queen bed, the oldest used the pull out bed in the living room. Not a deal breaker but pain in the neck to hang back while one was sleeping in the main living space. Believe Embassy suites has this option. Hope the hotel takes this into consideration -- easy fixes to make customers happy.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM