Montreal is a city of contrasts, where vibrancy meets old town charm, and where European flare combined with Canadian roots creates an atmosphere of artistry and innovation. Located on the St. Lawrence River in the middle of Old Montreal, the award-winning Hotel St. Paul is the perfect place to experience this dynamic and enviable city. Its accolades include a Certificate of Excellence from Trip Advisor, as well as nods from Travel + Leisure and Conde Nast Traveller UK Edition as one of the hottest hotels around the world.
The rooms at Montreal Hotel St. Paul provide stunning views of Montreal's urban landscape, inspiring you to explore the city, while separate living rooms, free Wi-Fi and gorgeously outfitted bedrooms afford you relaxation after your excursions. The hotel's location makes it a perfect base for exploring Montreal's most famous attractions, like The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and the historic Notre-Dame Basilica. Also close by is Mont Royal, Montreal's largest green space and home to the popular Tam Tam Jam where locals and tourists alike gather on Sundays in the summer to play hand drums.
Food in Montreal is unlike anywhere else in the country, and Hotel St Paul offers both a lounge for relaxed dining, and the brand new Hamber Restaurant. This trendy eatery features delectable charcuteries and a wine list prepared by first class sommelier Philippe Poitras. If you want to grab something while you're out, try one of the many restaurants featuring Quebec's signature dish of poutine, or enjoy delicious drinks at the nearby waterfront.
Montreal is a city famous for its arts and culture, and a cornerstone of this reputation is its range of cutting-edge, world famous festivals. While in the city, make sure to check out the world's largest and most prestigious comedy festival Just For Laughs, which runs from July 10th-July 29th, or the equally elaborate Montreal Jazz Festival which will host jazz, blues and contemporary musicians from all over the world from June 28th-July 7th.
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