Ratings based on 77 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 Room cleanliness
4.8 Service & staff
4.5 Room comfort
4.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Old World CharmPosted Sep 6, 2014
How do you beat an inn built in the 1700's for old world charm? We celebrated our anniversary here and enjoyed it immensely. Our bell hop/waiter was really great. Definitely recommend for a first visit to Montreal. Great location in Old Montreal and all the restaurants and shops. We're coming back!
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Ideal location in Old Montreal.Posted Aug 10, 2014
Pros: Location, Ambiance (oldest house in Montreal dating 1725). Courtyard.
Location: Restaurant. Old Port. Art galleries. Easy and close access to Metro.
Fabulous interior courtyard. Relax atmosphere. A must for romance.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from New York
Take a trip back in time to early 1700'sPosted Jul 7, 2014
Pros: The staff, the birds in the lobby and the architecture and furnishings were the best features.
Cons: The bed was hard and the listing on Expedia should not advertise Free Parking.
Location: 2 blocks from main square in Old Montreal. Tons of shops, restaurants and taverns. One block from the waterfront.
The hotel was very charming and incredibly quiet for something built in 1725. Room was large and comfortable. The staff was very friendly and the breakfast of fruit, coffee and warm bread and muffins was good, especially when you eat in the garden area. The bed was very hard and the "free" parking is really $20 per night. Not really free but a fair price in a city and it was right next to the hotel with plenty of spaces. The location is great. Right at the edge of the tourist section of Old Montreal.
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby akdiva10 from Alaska
Incredible locationPosted Jun 16, 2014 on Hotels.com
The location was perfect for walking through old downtown Montreal and the historic nature of the hotel was incredible! If you love old historic buildings, this is the hotel for you! Although the building is from the 1700s, the amenities and comforts in the room provided what you need and expect today. I would definitely recommend this hotel!
for Couplesby Pamela from Northwest Ohio
Charming!Posted Jun 15, 2014
Pros: Perfect for an old town experience. The restaurant in the hotel offers a quiet atmosphere with delicious food and good service.
Location: Shops, restaurants, pier, old churches all within walking distance. Easy walk to the bus tour.
Personal, professional service. We enjoyed being served breakfast on the terrace. Our room was clean, quaint and cozy.
for Couplesby Michael Gerts from Brooklyn, NY
excellent in every wayPosted Jun 6, 2014 on Hotels.com
We planned this short three-day and two-night trip month in advance and decided to pay little more but have a luxury stay. This choice was absolutely the best. We could not expect more. Gorgeous old estate that brings you over 200 years back, room is very specious and has old-time décor mixed with new luxuries- TV, AC, safe, fireplace. Bedding is as advertised - top of the line. Fabulous food -it is said in hotel brochure that restaurant is the best in Montreal - absolutely true! Included breakfast is very homelike.Very nice and helpful staff always there when you need them. No knowledge of French - no problem. Nice and clean environment. Beautiful outdoor launch area. About location - hotel is in the beginning (or end) of main (for tourists) street - practically in the heart of old Montreal. No transportation is needed if you only want to experience romantic getaway. By the way parking is right there and free. Bottom line - we enjoy our stay 100%. Absolutely recommend this hotel!!!!
for Everyoneby LO from Ohio
Wonderful location in Old Montreal.Posted Jun 4, 2014
Pros: Location and the parking set-up.
Cons: Air and/or a ceiling fan (somewhere, but I don't know where they'd put one since the bed looks to be one-piece). Or just a fan to put on the dresser.
Location: Local bakery, local small convenience store, local shopping and restaurants, and plenty of museums!
Nice, old-fashioned hotel room, but the windows do not open. Also, there is no ceiling fan or air conditioning, so we would NOT recommend this hotel in June, July, or August since (to me) it would be quite uncomfortable. However, the rest of the year, I think the room temperature would be fine. There is heat in the room and even in the bathroom. There is a security box bolted down in the closet (which we found helpful) and of course, nice white bathrobes. The breakfast provided was adequate. No protein is included (except if you count the package of peanut butter that you could put on the delicious bread you are served). You will get the following for breakfast: Coffee or tea (with cream, honey, & sugar); orange juice, dish of fresh fruit; toast; and finally a freshly made homemade muffin. As you can see, plenty of food, just no protein. The parking is right next to the hotel, OFF the street. There is a security camera and we had no problems with theft. The staff were very helpful and friendly. Lastly, the birds were delightful. We had a memorable stay and if we were to ever go back to Old Montreal, I would look to see if there was an opening at Pierre du Calvet!
for Everyoneby Tan from boston
Old World LuxuryPosted Jun 2, 2014
Great location in the center of Old Montreal. Comfortable, unique antique filled room with comfortable bed. Not for business travelers for the WiFi signal is unpredictable and location dependent.
for Personal Eventby A verified traveler
Great hotelPosted May 31, 2014 on Hotels.com
The staff was very friendly and helpful, even to the point of repeatedly calling the airlines about my lost luggage so that I could go enjoy the city instead. This hotel is right in the heart of Old Port and is a couple of blocks from a Metro station, so it's a convenient place to stay when you want to explore Montreal. Also, the building the hotel is in was built in the 1700s, so it looks pretty dang awesome. My wife and I loved our stay.
for Couplesby Larry from NH from Bedford, NH
Great place to stay in Old MontrealPosted May 29, 2014
Pros: Old Montreal charm, great location, clean room, excellent service, onsite restaurant and parking.
Cons: nothing noted.
Location: Walking distance from all the sites in Old Montreal. Easy driving distance to Mount Royal, Isle St. Helene, the Olympic Stadium/Biodome.
We stayed two nights at the Pierre du Calvet. Everything was as expected. If you want to stay in an old, charming and quaint hotel, this is the place for you. Great hotel for couples, not necessarily for families. The interior décor is French Provincial, with very rustic and interesting furnishings. There is a small bird aviary in the lobby, with parrots, doves, parakeets, et al. Our room had an old chamber bed (complete with Ebenezer Scrooge style curtains) and the shower walls were the sealed original stone walls of that portion of the building. The continental breakfast is simple, yet freshly prepared. The staff was courteous and helpful (and willing to converse in either English or French). We ate dinner at the restaurant one night, and my wife lists the meal she had (veal medallions) as one of the top-10 meals she has ever had, as the food was prepared perfectly. The hotel is located only a few blocks from many of the main attractions in Old Montreal, so access by foot was excellent. And, the onsite parking was excellent to have, at no additional cost. We would gladly stay at the Pierre du Calvet when in Montreal again.