Explore Montreal Boutique Hotels

Bonjour Travelers!

Join Stayful as we welcome Montreal to our community of cities! The second largest city in Canada combines Old European charm and contemporary modern design.

Spend the day taking in 18th-century facades in Old Montreal, then rent a bike for a cycling tour on Canal de Lachine. Or shop your way through downtown and enjoy the cafes of Plateau Mont-Royal. Any way you choose to see this amazing city, you’ll leave with plenty of magical memories.

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Stayful Independent & Boutique Hotels in Montreal

Complement your Montreal adventures by staying at a boutique hotel that suits your unique traveling needs.

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  1. Auberge de la Place Royale

    Auberge de la Place Royale

    2 stars
    Old Montreal
  2. Hotel Le Roberval

    Hotel Le Roberval

    2 stars
    Latin Quarter
  3. Hotel Le St André

    Hotel Le St André

    2 stars
    Latin Quarter
  4. Hotel Les Suites Labelle

    Hotel Les Suites Labelle

    2 stars
    Latin Quarter
  5. Hotel St Paul

    Hotel St Paul

    4 stars
    Old Montreal
  6. Hôtel Ruby Foo's

    Hôtel Ruby Foo's

    4 stars
    Downtown Montreal
  7. LHotel Montreal

    LHotel Montreal

    3 stars
    Old Montreal
  8. La Tour Belvedere Apartment Hotel

    La Tour Belvedere Apartment Hotel

    2 stars
    Downtown Montreal
  9. Le Saint Sulpice

    Le Saint Sulpice

    4 stars
    Old Montreal
  10. Hotel Universel Montreal

    Hotel Universel Montreal

    3 stars
    Downtown Montreal
Local Guide

Montreal is the largest French-speaking city after Paris, but not to worry, you don’t need to be fluent to enjoy its art, history, food, and shopping. Brush up on a few common phrases and start exploring!

Bon Appétit

Sinclair offers the perfect combination of glamour, modern gastronomy and bold flavors - Image courtesy of sinclair.com

Nestled in the garden of the boutique hotel Le Saint Sulpice is the Restaurant Sinclair. Enjoy modern flavors with a selection of market quality fresh ingredients in the sleek, lush space. And don't miss the Urban brunch on Saturday and Sunday. C'est très bon!

You said how many miles?!

Discovering a new city from the saddle is always a great idea and Montreal is an ideal biking city - Image courtesy of tripadvisor.com

There is so much to see and do in Montreal that we recommend taking it all in by bike. Montreal on Wheels offers guided tours through the city. With over 400 miles of bike paths, you’ll never be left without new routes or places to explore. There are several tours to choose from, but our pick is the City of Contrasts Tour. Or if you try another, let us know what you think!

What We Love

Some of our top picks in Montreal include The Olympic Stadium, the Notre-Dame Basilica, the Biodome and Saint Joseph’s Oratory. If you have some time left in your sight-seeing agenda, get back to nature with a visit to Mount Royal or La Fontaine Park.

Festivals

Igloofest at Montreal’s Old Port brings together thousands of electronic music fans each winter – Image courtesy of igloofest.ca

Montreal has been called the City of Festivals, featuring over 100 events throughout the year. Don’t let cool weather keep you away… there are festivals raging year round! Just a few of our favs include the Festival Mode & Design, the Mondial de la Biere (Beer Festival), Just for Laughs, Oshega, the Grand Prix and Igloofest.

Urban Chic in Old Montreal

Hotel St Paul has large picturesque windows that open and offer urban views of downtown

Located at the gateway of Old Montreal, Hotel St Paul is an award-winning, luxury boutique hotel, just a short walk from the city center and many other popular city attractions. All rooms feature cozy beds and spacious bathrooms with soaker tubs, marble and mosaic tiles.