Hotel Le St-James Montréal stands along prestigious St-Jacques Street in Old Montréal, Quebec, Canada. The hotel is strategically connected to the Montréal Convention Centre and the World Trade Centre Montréal, and is near downtown restaurants, museums, shops and nightclubs. Hotel Features.
The XO restaurant features two mezzanine levels with alcoves that allow for private conversations. Elegant international-style breakfasts, lunches, and dinners are served beneath ornate crystal chandeliers. In the hotel lobby, a library offers a sitting area, collections of historical and contemporary books, magazines, and daily newspapers. A business center offers two computers, fax, printing and scanning services. Complimentary wired and wireless (high-speed) Internet access is offered in public areas. Concierge services, valet parking, room service and reception are all available 24 hours per day. Child care and an airport shuttle (advance notice required) are also available. A bit of mystery shrouds the Hotel Le St-James Montréal. The original documents that disclose the history of the building are sealed in a vault that will not be opened for 100 years, dating back from the time the owners purchased the property. In the late 1800s, the room that Le Spa now occupies served as a vault. It is now illuminated by candlelight and offers a relaxing sanctuary where seaweed wraps, vitamin-supplemented treatment masks and rain showers, Swedish and hot-stone massages, and botanical treatment products are offered. Guestrooms.
This historic hotel offers 60 guestrooms and suites distinguished with refurbished antiques and contemporary works of art. Beds are draped in Frette cotton pique sheets and topped with down comforters (bedspreads) and goose-down pillows. Wired and wireless (high-speed) Internet access is available for a fee. Accommodations include flat-panel TVs with cable service, CD players, iPod docking stations, and minibars. Bathrooms feature scales, bathrobes and vanity mirrors. Rooms are stocked with delicately scented amenities from Penhaligon's of London.