The hotel is very well located. Is 10 minutes walk to Jacques Cartier Square but having those 10 minutes distance makes the difference when you want to return to a quiet place to rest. The hotel is in an old building but is fully renovated inside. The rooms are spacious and nice, the style is very modern/eclectic, those styles with very dimmed lights and funky, it was different but we liked it. Around the hotel are many places to eat, around you'll find many restaurants and upscale places, not so many casual places though, have that into consideration. The room service menu is extremely limited so if you want to eat at your hotel, I recommend take-out or to purchase items in the convenience stores near Jacques Cartier Square on your way back to the hotel. The mini-bar is good and prices are reasonable (for a mini-bar standard).
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nestled in an original Beaux-Arts building in the historic quarter of Old Montreal, the St Paul opened in 2001 as Canada’s first ever boutique hotel. The 119-room property, designed by Montreal-based design firm Borrallo Interiors offers a timeless blend of past and present, and an innovative design that maintains the integrity of the building’s original architecture. Bold juxtapositions of color and texture heighten the senses and transport guests on a visual journey throughout their stay. Masculine elements like straight cuts and strong lines collide with feminine expressions found in the fashion-inspired fabrics to create a soothing paradox ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- St Paul Hotel