The colorful, bilingual, and multicultural city of Montreal has a strong personality and a lot to offer. Whether it comes down to its food, culture, vibe, and big, big energy, Montreal is also home to a vast hotel portfolio that reflects the richness of its identity.
Now that travel is definitely back, Montreal is busy—more than ever, if that is even possible. The city opened 15 new hotels since the pandemic pause, while many of the pre-existing best took this opportunity to overhaul their look.
The Hyatt brand made a great comeback in the province of Quebec with the opening of a new flagship, Hyatt Place Montreal Downtown, a first-of-its-kind new concept for the beloved brand Hyatt Place in the neighborhood “Le Village.” The long-time Loews Vogue Downtown reopened under new ownership and concept, now a member of the Curio Collection by Hilton. And a Moxy hotel is scheduled to open—a first in the province of Quebec—in 2023.
If you’re planning a trip to the most European Canadian city (and you should), check out 10 of the best hotels in Montreal for a truly memorable stay.
Sofitel Hotel Montreal
- What to expect: large rooms, great restaurant, and Parisian flair
- Neighborhood: Golden Square Mile
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Sofitel Hotel Montreal is probably one of the best-kept secrets in the city. The French chain is well established in Europe, and its Montreal location is simply perfect. It offers a Parisian sensibility, though unlike the City of Light, here the rooms come oversized. (Also, the beds are oh-so comfy.) The views of downtown Montreal mesmerize; the value for your money is unbeatable, as is the location. Its on-site restaurant, Le Renoir, is also one of the best tables in the city, offering a French menu (bien sûr!) and, in