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Enjoy a global experience without leaving North America in Montreal, the largest city in Quebec and the second-largest city in Canada. With diverse cultural influences anchored in French but including residents of Italian, Irish, Asian, Arabic, African and other ethnicities, it is a city unlike any other in the world, with 18th century buildings, famous international festivals, inventive modern restaurants and distinctive contributions to local and global culture. Though it may seem daunting to first-time visitors as well as those returning, it is simple to find the perfect IHG® hotel to fit the purposes of your stay.


Things to See

Downtown Montreal is a cultural paradise boasting some of Canada's best museums, galleries, and performance spaces. Rembrandts, Renoirs, and Picassos sit alongside the works of Canada's finest artists at the Musée des Beaux-Arts. Tourists can learn about natural history at Redpath Museum or about Canada's origins at Musée McCord. The Montreal Symphony Orchestra, the Opera de Montréal, and the Les Grands Ballets Canadiens all perform at Place des Arts. Historic Vieux Montréal, or Old Montreal, shows another side to the city. Stroll down its cobblestone streets or enjoy a leisurely lunch at one of its waterside restaurants if you need to adjust the speed Montreal's pace.

Music lovers flock to Montreal during the summer to celebrate International de Jazz de Montréal, one of the world’s most revered jazz festivals and the city's biggest party. Book your hotel months in advance if you plan to attend Montreal Jazz Festival, as the best hotels fill quickly for this event. The city becomes quieter in April and May, after the end of the NHL season but just before tourist season begins. Local secrets like the Montreal St. Patrick's Day Parade and the Vue sur la Relève Festival, a multidisciplinary performing arts event, keep visitors entertained as they travel during the low season.


Hotels in Montreal

Downtown Montreal hotels include recognizable upscale brands as well as a number of affordably elegant hotels in the downtown area, conveniently located within walking distance of key landmarks and attractions. These range from budget-friendly to five-star establishments. For a unique or unusual room, book one of the quirky inns, known as auberges, or boutique hotels outside the city center.


Where to Stay

Deciding where to stay in Montreal depends largely on your preferences and tastes. If you love the excitement of a big city, you'll adore the downtown area’s towering skyscrapers, high-class hotels, and contemporary restaurants. If you like old-world charm, you’ll likely prefer the auberges, boutique hotels, and bed and breakfasts, found in Vieux-Montréal and The Plateau. Hotels in the city center put the best attractions close to your door, while hotel options on islands Ile Sainte-Hélène and Ile Notre-Dame allow you to escape the activity of the city’s downtown district for a quiet, relaxing getaway. The Jean-Drapeau Metro station on the Yellow Line connects these islands to the rest of Montreal.


How to Get to Montreal

Air travelers touch down at the Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL) in Dorval, 12 minutes from the heart of the city. It's the busiest airport in Quebec and a destination for flights arriving from all over North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Africa. The 747 Express Bus runs between the airport and Gare d'autocars de Montréal, which is the bus terminal in the Montreal city center connecting to the Montreal Metro system at the Berri-UQAM station. The bus operates 24 hours a day and seven days a week, and the journey takes between 45 minutes and an hour, depending on traffic. The $10 CAD fare entitles you to 24 hours of unlimited travel through the city's Société de transport de Montréal bus and Metro network. Alternately, a cab from the airport to downtown Montréal costs about $40 CAD.

Montreal is a large city, but you should be able to discover the neighborhood around your hotel on foot. Cars are rarely driven on the islands, but Montreal has an efficient public transport network of Metro and bus lines that make it easy to explore further afield.

Latest Montreal Hotel Reviews

Average Rating for Montreal Hotel
(4.3 / 5) of 4390 reviews
3-best: location, service, and cleanliness
By Jamjam307
I stayed over the weekend of July 8-11, 2016 at this hotel due to excellent location. It locates in the middle of airport and downtown of Montreal, and easily access to highways. The ladies at the [More] service desk are so pretty and friendly with the bright smile to welcome our arrival. They speak English very fluently even French is the main language in Montreal. The room is very clean with all the comfort pillows. The Wifi is very fast and I have no problem to connect it. When I need more towels, I call the service desk and 5-minutes later, the service lady knocks on my door. The fitness and swimming pool are very clean and provided with a stag of towels and a convenient drinking water machine. I love the hot buffet breakfast with the 24-hour convenient hot coffee and tea station. The parking lot is clean, safe, and bright with a lot of lights at night. I recommend this hotel and will come back to it if our family ever visit Montreal again. [Less]
OK to Go
By reljr
Was a nice stay. Compared to other hotels near airport this is better. [Less]
Comfortable Bed and Room
By ATM327
Came back from Europe after 3 weeks, very close to the airport, nice Bar [Less]
Comfortable bed, great service and quiet rooms
By Sueforshore
My husband and I visited Montreal for the first time and were glad we stayed at the InterContinental because of its location for sight seeing or just walking around the city. Our hotel room was [More] comfortable and the staff was very helpful. When we visit again, we will stay at the InterContinental. [Less]
Good location, inconsistent service
By cdoubleutls
The hotel is conveniently located for the Old Port. Our room was quiet and comfortable. We had a great view of the city. The breakfast room is crowded and a bit dated. Our room had some debris [More] under furniture. Staff were not all aware of the facilities available to customers. We should have had access to the Club Lounge, which was not granted. I travel frequently for work (approx 75 nights per year) and found the hotel pricey for the level of service and amenities. Shop around. The porters were CHARMING! Thank you! [Less]
Nice hotel near old town
By JonSF
The hotel was nice although the rooms decoration was a bit old fashioned. The location was in a quite area. The club lounge staff was friendly. However the variety of food in the club lounge was [More] limited. [Less]
Good hotel if you need a place near to the airport.
By MarkJo
Access to the property is good. Decent nearby food options. [Less]
Decent Hotel Near Airport
By NotMyself
Hotel is a bit old, but decent. I hate having to fill up the comment section to fulfill some arbitrary length requirement. [Less]
bath tub had pain peeling,
By lmed15
My overall review is excellent, however there are a few things that i think needs looking into the carpet in the hallway needs to be cleaned more often, and the room service dishes left in the [More] hallways should be collected. [Less]

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