Ratings based on 39 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.7 Service & staff
4.5 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted Nov 12, 2013
for Everyoneby bruce from newnampshire
Excellent Hotel, right in the middle of old town .Posted Nov 1, 2013
Pros: Location,location and the quaintness of it
Location: Near transportation,great walking area, water front, IMAX theater great restaurants
the hotel was located right in the middle of all the activity. It has free parking behind the building which is very nice and handy. It is an original and old hotel which makes it quaint. Not a Marriott. We had a lot of fun and would consider it again when we go again.
for Everyoneby Terry from Winnipeg, MB
A Step Back in Time!Posted Oct 5, 2013
Pros: Drinking wine on the outdoor terrace,watching exotic birds in greenhouse,dining in "Les Filles du Roy",one of the finest tables in Montreal! All of it
Cons: Remember, this building was built in 1725! It is "living history".
Location: What can I say, "au Coeur du Vieux Montréal"...it's in the heart of Old Montreal and is simply one of the BEST locations to stay in Montreal!
We (a group of 3 people) stayed at l'hôtel Pierre du Calvet (in Room 2 and Room 9) from Sept. 27 to Sept. 30, 2013. It was a delightful stay. The staff was most caring and helpful, always ready to greet or serve with a smile. One must remember that this is an historic building completed in 1725; we approached our extended weekend stay looking forward to a "step back in time". This is not a "chain" or a "big name" hotel. This is a "once in a lifetime" opportunity to enjoy a stay in a "period building", in this case at the time of New France in Montreal. The rooms were carefully decorated with replicas (for the most part) of period decor. When we opened the door to our room, it was more than we had expected from the photos! We can say without a doubt (and I say this on behalf of the guests in Room 2 and Room 9) that it was an incredible stay...right in Old Montreal with all that it has to offer visitors to this incredible city!
for Couplesby Rick from AZ, USA
Unique HotelPosted Sep 4, 2013
Pros: I really like the hotel's uniqueness.
Cons: The only thing that needs improving is keeping the hotel free of dust.
This is a very unique hotel. The staff is friendly and helpful. BUT there was dust almost everywhere in our room. The restaurant served delicious food and our server was exceptional.
Recommendedby Bob from Indiana
Pleasant stayPosted Sep 3, 2013 on Hotels.com
If you are looking for the four seasons don't stay here. The accommodations are unique and charming and a great location. Restaurant is quite nice also. Antiquers delight.
for Couplesby Leigh from Edmonton
Perfect for our engagementPosted Aug 26, 2013
I couldn't have dreamed up a more romantic place to propose to my new fiance. in the heart of old montreal 1 block from the water. AMAZING
for Everyoneby Cynthia from PA, USA
Stay in the heart of Old MontrealPosted Aug 15, 2013
Pros: Loved the location, the intimacy of the hotel, the magnificence of the bedroom & the entire hotel. Also liked that kids were at a minimum.
Cons: The lighting in the room could be better. It would be nice if the hotel provided guests daily newspapers as there were none to be found anywhere.
Location: You are within a short walk of all the sights and tourist spots of Old Montreal. The port walkway is within a few feet of your front door.
Located right in the center of Old Montreal, the old world charm of this hotel provides a unique atmosphere for visitors. The hotel's small parking lot is immediately adjacent to the hotel. Park your car (for free) and leave it behind during your visit to the area. Literally, you walk outside the hotel and you find yourself within a few steps of great restaurants, shopping, and sight-seeing. A very leisurely short walk takes you to Montreal's Metro station which transports you easily and quickly to points far & wide within the city. The complimentary continental breakfast at the hotel is a great way to start your day. Dining in the enclosed patio area is a real delight but in poor weather you can enjoy your breakfast in the formal dining room. Breakfast consists of fresh squeezed OJ, a rich pot of coffee, toast with jam & butter, fresh muffins, and in-season fresh fruit salad. The wait staff is friendly and conscientious. The hotel has a bar from which you can purchase a variety of beverages throughout the day and evening. Our room overlooked the cobblestoned street outside, further enhancing the feel of being in the center of the old city. The bed's mattress was a tad bit too hard for our comfort but it was passable. Be prepared for a bit of a climb to get into bed as the mattress is quite high off the ground. The lighting in the room is a bit on the dark side so you may want to bring a mini-light for reading purposes. I can't imagine staying at any other hotel
for Business Travelersby Andres from Atlanta
DisappointingPosted Aug 1, 2013 on Hotels.com
You can tell the hotel was once a superb property. Someone once cared and you can see it in the charm an character. However, the property has declined dramatically either due to limited $$$ or they have lost their passion. Very poor service, everything slowwww.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
In old Port Montreal!Posted Jun 8, 2013
A wonderful historic adventure! It was built in1725 ad and had nice French furnishings. Staff very attentive, and included a very nice full breakfast. Located in Old Port Montreal. A great find!!!
for Couplesby Ben K from Cambridge, Ontario
Right in downtown old Montreal. Walk everywhere.Posted Jun 1, 2013 on Hotels.com
Great old hotel. Better than choosing the regular newer manufacturer hotels. Can't beat the 1725 heritage. And once your done enjoying your room and hotel. U can walk around old Montreal within 5 seconds of the door step. You won't regret it's location ambience and quite relaxation. Old beds you climb up into from the end with a step. Free breakfast. Free Internet. Free parking. No hassle. English and French speaking. Cobble stone roadways. Many restaurants within 2minute walk. Great old place. Enjoy the history as my fiancé and I did. Don't pick those big Sheraton holiday in Style hotels. U can find them in any other city!! Pierre du calvet. Perfect.