Not one to write reviews, this amazing hotel inspired me. The St. James is a true 5 star experience in every way. Anyone traveling to Montreal and is looking for opulence and elegance would be remiss to stay elsewhere. The hotel is luxurious and was the perfect romantic getaway to celebrate our anniversary.
The restaurant located in the St. James, called XO, is the most beautiful and elegant restaurant we have ever seen with food that is worthy of the decor. The showers are incredible with amazing pressure that feels more like a massage. The bed linens are also top notch. The rooms are beautifully decorated and comfortable.
Without the right people running the place, all the other attributes would be meaningless. Well, the staff is equally amazing and make you feel like royalty.
Jon from Ft. Lauderdale
Housed within a converted 1800s bank building, this European-style boutique hotel is in Montréal's historic district …More
When we arrived at check-in, the concierge asked us if we wanted to upgrade our room to the penthouse suite. It wasn't that much more expensive than our regular room, and boy am I glad I decided to splurge. The room had two king-sized bedrooms, 2 full baths, a spacious living room/dining room and small kitchen and a HUGE private terrace that overlooked the Montreal skyline. Probably too large for just the two of us, but we couldn't have been more thrilled with the accommodations.
Lindsay from New Jersey
Locally owned and operated, this 105-room boutique hotel--created in 2002 from two Old Montréal buildings dating from the …More
From the moment we arrived we were treated like royalty. Free room upgrade, sweets sent up from the kitchen, impeccable service from the valets, and the hotel itself is in a great, central location in Old Montreal.
Both hotel restaurants, the Kyo sushi bar and the Suite 1701 were fantastic and our server at the latter, Gavin, was top-tier, with excellent wine and food suggestions and perfect, friendly service.
I would reccomend the Hotel Place D'Armes to anyone who wants an exceptional experience.
Darryl from Ottawa, Ontario
This European-style hotel sits across the street from one of Montreal's prettiest squares and Notre Dame Basilica, a …More
Really nice hotel with great rooms. The bed is comfortable its very clean and the windows actually open! The only downside to the room was the air conditioning really not working very well but that was quickly fixed by opening the window. The staff is very friendly and helpful and I would absolutely stay here again. My wife and I wanted a small quiet hotel in the heart of Montreal and this was it.
Built in the 1800s, the Notre-Dame Basilica of Montreal is a 5-minute walk from Le Petit Hôtel. The cathedral is in the heart …More
We had a lovely experience at Auberge du Vieux Port. The bilingual staff was very helpful and recommended places to visit. A very nice perk is that currency can be exchanged using your credit card, with no fees.
beachrx from Virginia
Located in Old Montreal, this romantic hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Jacques Cartier Square, Notre Dame Basilica, and …More
Had a delightful stay here December 30/31, 2014. The hotel is an old building with lots of charm but not as charming as Naima who makes you really feel like a welcome guest! The hotel is walking distance to all the interesting parts of the old city and some very nice restaurants. Easy parking is also a short walking distance away. There is no one at the front desk in the evening hours or on holidays, but there is a code to get into the building and an emergency number if necessary. I have no reservation recommending this hotel!
Located in Old Montreal, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Montreal Museum of Archaeology and History, Notre Dame …More
Old Montreal, the city's birthplace in 1642, features restored buildings used as shops, galleries, cafes, offices, and bars. Popular with visitors is Notre-Dame Basilica, noted for its neo-Gothic style, stained glass, and its Casavant organ with nearly 7,000 individual pipes. The Old Port stretches 2 km along the Saint Lawrence River and offers boat tours, bike paths, ice skating, and festivals.