Nestled in an original Beaux-Arts building in the historic quarter of Old Montreal, Hotel St Paul opened in 2001 as Canada’s first-ever boutique hotel. The 119-room property, designed by Montreal-based design firm Borrallo Interiors offers a timeless blend of past and present and an innovative design that maintains the integrity of the building’s original architecture.
Curated so that every surface is to be touched and explored, each curtain, sofa and table has been lovingly custom-designed to create a daring dialogue reminiscent of classic European opulence and glamour. Bold juxtapositions of colour and texture heighten the senses and transport guests on a visual journey throughout their stay.
Located in the heart of Old Montreal, this historic neighbourhood is characterized by its European charm, stylish shops and restaurants and world-famous art galleries.
Spread out across 8 stories with stunning views of Old Montreal and the Downtown skyline, our airy guest rooms and suites boast a serene and minimal aesthetic.
From your morning coffee in our art-filled lounge to a romantic night in, our playful and atmospheric spaces create unique experiences throughout your stay.
355 Rue McGill,
This is an iconic street in Old Montreal. The street is lined with historic buildings, quaint shops, fine-dinning and cobblestone pathways.
The port was originally developed in the mid-17th century and was the main port of entry for immigrants to Canada until the mid-20th century. Today, the Old Port is a popular tourist destination, offering a variety of attractions including historic sites, boat cruises, festivals, and a variety of shops and restaurants.
Notre-Dame Basilica is a stunningly beautiful 19th-century Neo-Gothic church, renowned for its impressive interior and renowned stained glass windows.
Located near the waterfront and adjacent to the Port of Montreal, it is a popular gathering spot for locals and tourists alike, who come to enjoy the vibrant street performers, cafés and restaurants, and stunning views of the Saint Lawrence River.