Good: * Great location. Central but surprisingly quiet. Near the central business area, the main shopping streets, the entertainment area around Rue Crescent, and McGill. * Relatively small (maybe 100 rooms?), so retains a boutique feel and does not feel like one of the monster hotels. * Extremely friendly front-desk staff, car valets, concierge, and housekeeping. They really made the... More
- Also Known As:
- Le Germain Montreal
- Montreal Le Germain Hotel
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A Design and Welcome Unique to MontréalIn a trendy downtown neighbourhood stands our chic and intimate boutique-hotel, intended for both business and leisure clients alike. The product of the astonishing transformation of a former office building, the hotel offers a unique concept in accommodation.Aesthetic Sense and Attention to DetailIn the hall, the eyes are immediately drawn to the luxurious furnishings, bouquets of fresh flowers, the warm fireplace and intimate lounge areas. You'll take in the peaceful atmosphere, a sign of the cozy comfort that awaits you in your room.Sophistication, Refinement and Enveloping ComfortThe hotel's 101 rooms and suites are inspired by loft-style architecture and allow guests to make the most of the natural light and views of the city. An elegant, highly functional design and unparalleled comfort await you. ... more less
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