Known as “The Paris of North America,” Montreal was founded by French explorers more than 350 years ago and boasts a rich history that provides a fascinating backdrop to its vibrant modern life. Visitors to our Holiday Inn® Montreal hotels will discover a city made up of two parts: Old City, with narrow streets, restored buildings and old houses; and modern Montreal, with skyscrapers, theaters, restaurants and glittering nightlife.
Montreal boasts one of the most unusual subways in the world. With each station unique, it’s called “the largest underground art gallery in the world.” Take it to Underground City, an indoor mall that also offers entertainment, as well as an escape from inclement weather. On a sunny day, visit Mount Royal Park and take in the views of the river and the hills beyond.
Relax at a café along the streets of Old Montreal and listen to the clip-clop of horse-drawn carriages as they pass. Join the tuxedoed crowds at the Montreal Symphony, or scream with the Canadiens hockey fans at Bell Centre. When you’re hungry, choose from many excellent restaurants featuring everything from French cuisine to superb sandwiches.
Spend your vacation at our Montreal hotels and explore “The Paris of North America.”
Perfect location with attractions, restaurants, shopping and businesses minutes away. Free parking with charging stations for electric vehicles. A salt water pool, Fitness Center and free Wi-Fi throughout hotel. We offer famous hot and cold buffet breakfast & meeting facilities with integrated equipment. Association with excellent caterers to make your event a success! LEED certified property.
Our team stayed at the Holiday Inn Express near the Montreal Airport and I was pleasantly surprised at the cleanliness, size of room and bathroom, the fridge and microwave in the room and especially[More]
how quiet the hotel was considering its location near the airport. The pool and hot tub are on the smaller side, but still ok. The gym is ok, a couple treadmills, a bike, an elliptical, weights and mats. Breakfast in the morning was average. Eggs, sausages, tater tots, a variety of baked goods, yogart, cereals, etc. Lots to eat, they weren't short on anything.
The only thing that would make it better is if there was more within walking distance of the hotel (ie: restaurants) but there is a shuttle service for guests to an Italian place that is offered and we did order pizza which was delivered to our hotel room in record time (really good pizza too - Dorval Pizza). Last comment is in regards to the front desk staff. We arrived early to Montreal so we thought we would see if the room was ready. When we got there in the morning it was as if we were bothering the guy behind the desk to see if the room was ready. It wasn't, which is fine, but all he did was shrug his shoulders and walk away... I realize there isn't much he could do but the attitude was disappointing. Other than that it is a good place to stay if you need a room for a night or two. [Less]