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Montreal Luxury Hotels

'Canada's Cultural Capital,' 'City of a Hundred Steeples,' 'The Paris of Canada'—Montreal's monikers say it all. This is a city as diversely rich in culture as it is steeped in history. And in a way that few other North American cities can match. With its cobbled streets, fabulous churches, numerous museums and exciting blend of cuisines, it's small wonder that Montreal—the second-largest French-speaking city in the world—feels just like a luxury European city transplanted across the Atlantic.

Things to see in Montreal

Montreal is famed for its churches, the most exquisite being the Notre-Dame Basilica. Its twin neo-Gothic towers add an ethereal splendor to the central square of Place d'Armes. Of all of Montreal's historic boulevards, the Rue Sherbrooke is probably the most elegant—and most cultured. Here you will find some of Canada's finest museums and galleries, including the Musée des Beaux Arts, the oldest museum in the country, and the McCord Museum of Canadian History. This street also has many of Montreal's top fashion and designer brand stores. The Avenue Laurier is better known for its luxury furniture shops and Parisian boutiques. When you've tired of exercising the plastic, Montreal offers some pleasant diversions too. At the Jardin Botanique, you can unwind in beautifully arranged Japanese and Chinese Gardens. And if you're feeling energetic, the Mont Royal offers exceptional views from the Royal Chalet, perched 800 feet up on its summit.

Luxury hotels in Montreal

Service, style and refinement of the watchwords of the luxury hotels in Montreal—fitting for a city often called the 'Paris of Canada'. Many of Montreal’s finest hotels are housed in striking, contemporary buildings. They offer you chic interiors, well-appointed, spacious rooms, and great views out over the rest of the city. Spas and pools are de rigueur for many. In such an historic city, you'll also find plenty of luxury Montreal hotels oozing with character. Grand old mansions provide elegantly-furnished rooms and first-class restaurants, while restored townhouses provide a warm intimacy and knowledgeable staff offering a personal touch.

Where to stay in Montreal

Downtown is where many of the best luxury hotels in Montreal are found. They are a mix of modern and traditional establishments, conveniently close to the Rue Sherbrooke. Charming luxury hotels in Montreal's Old Town allow you to be close to both historic sights and the cultural hotbed of the Quartier des Spectacles. To immerse yourself fully in the city's unique French culture, though, stay at one of the luxury hotels in Montreal's Outremont district. Here you can enjoy a French play at its Theatre, before dining in style at the district's authentic bistros.

How to get to Montreal

Flying into Pierre Elliott Trudeau Airport is undoubtedly the best way to travel to Montreal. It is just 12 miles outside of the city. Many Montreal luxury hotels will offer a limousine shuttle service, or you can book a chauffeured car in advance. Some travelers choose to arrive here as part of a luxury cruise, alighting at the Alexandra Pier in the Old Port. Travel around many of the city's sights is possible on foot. But in winter, the city's heated underground walkways are a great way to explore in comfort. For further flung destinations, use the metro—outside of peak hours, this is convenient and quick.

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