March 05, 2024
By Featured Venues & Destinations

From awe-inspiring architecture to old world majesty, Montréal’s world-class hotels are beacons of pampering and comfort. And they’re more than just a place to sleep — most are available to host meetings and events. Each year, Montréal welcomes new hotels and major renovations to old favourites. From trusted chains to eco-friendly boutique hotels, here are just a few properties to keep your eyes on in 2024.

Recent openings and renovations (book now!)

© Hotel Honeyrose

Hôtel Honeyrose Montréal

With its architecture and interior design by Provencher Roy and breathtaking central spaces, this stylish hotel is all elegance and 1920s vibes. Inches from the Quartier des Spectacles, right downtown, Honeyrose is a laidback luxury hotel with indoor pool, impressive rooftop terrasse and more than 7,000 square feet of daylighted meeting and event spaces.

Number of rooms: 143
Location: 355 de Maisonneuve Boulevard West


© Courtyard Montréal Midtown

Courtyard Montréal Midtown

The elegant, state-of-the-art Courtyard Montréal Midtown provides comfort with greater flexibility and choices for guests. At the center of it all is The Bistro, your destination for a flavourful breakfast, or drinks and dinner during the evening. 

Number of rooms: 274
Location: 6787 Decarie Boulevard


© Résidence Inn Montréal Midtown

Residence Inn Montreal Midtown

Whether you’re staying for a few days, a few weeks or a few months, your daily routine matters. You’ll thrive thanks to the conveniences at this Residence Inn as well as the spacious studios with defined living and sleeping areas, complete with fully equipped kitchens and complimentary hot breakfasts.

Number of suites: 274
Location: 6785 Décarie Boulevard


© Hyatt Centric Ville-Marie

Hyatt Centric Montréal

The stylish, sleek Hyatt Centric Montréal is housed in the historic Place Gare Viger and guarantees good views from its stately rooms. And when it comes to location, location, location, it’s just mere steps away from both the buzzing Quartier des Spectacles and Old Montréal. 

Number of rooms: 177
Location: 621 Notre-Dame Street East

© Sid Lee Architecture - Vogue Hotel Montreal Downtown

Vogue Hotel Montréal Downtown

Montréal’s beloved Vogue Hotel has been refreshed with a massive renovation and was added to the Curio Collection, an upscale hotel group within the Hilton Worldwide portfolio. Guests can expect new forms of luxury and fresh details, with the same stellar central location.

Number of rooms: 148
Location: 1425 de la Montagne Street

© Hôtel Warwick Le Crystal

Warwick Le Crystal – Montréal

Sitting centrally in the Golden Square Mile, this fully refreshed and rebranded property is part of a 28-storey podium and tower, comprising rooms and suites that are among the largest in the city. The chic décor was conceived to provide maximum comfort, with living and event spaces brightened by natural light a soothing colour palette.

Number of rooms: 131
Location: 1100 de la Montagne Avenue

Le Mont[CL1]

Across from Concordia University, steps from McGill University and all the other major downtown landmarks, Le Mont offers fully furnished long-term residences. Guests can rent for a short as a month or opt to stay much longer. Digital keypads, smart and secured access points, high security throughout the entire building means that you won’t need to worry about losing keys or delivery items.

Number of rooms: various units, ranging from studio to penthouse
Location: 1411 Mackay Street

Coming soon (plan ahead!)

Hôtel SonoLux[CL2]

SonoLux will be Montréal’s first sound and light immersive hotel, with transformative acoustics, experimental video art and augmented hospitality. Guests, artists and collaborators will connect through curated audio and video experiences in multiple exhibition spaces, including the rooms. A property for those looking for a truly unique experience.

Number of rooms: 36
Location: 225 Saint-Jacques Street

Opening date: spring 2024

© Laurène Tinel - Tourisme Montréal

Le Petit Hôtel Notre-Dame

This second Petit Hôtel instalment will brighten Notre-Dame Street in Old Montréal. It will respect the same formula as the original Petit Hôtel on Saint-Paul, which includes attentive and personalized service, breakfast and complimentary barista coffee all day long. The exciting news is that it’s only the first of many: the Gray Collection have announced they’ll be developing a Petit Hôtel chain. 

Number of rooms: 17
Location: Old Montréal
Website: coming soon
Opening date: 2024

Entrepôt Van Horne[CL3]

The iconic water tower that presides over the corner of Van Horne and Boulevard Saint-Laurent in Mile End is on the verge of a makeover signed by designer Zébulon Perron and architect Thomas Balaban, giving the edifice meaning and purpose again after years of lying fallow. The complex will include a boutique hotel, a restaurant, office space, business spaces and a rooftop terrasse with an incredible, little-seen view. 

Number of rooms: to be announced
Location: 1 Van Horne Street West
Website: coming soon
Opening date: 2025

© Société des casinos du Québec

Casino de Montréal Hotel

Adding to their already fully rounded Casino experience, Casino de Montréal owners Loto-Québec are planning a $150-million hotel project on their iconic Parc Jean-Drapeau site. The luxury property will consist of 200 rooms in a building that respects the importance and the natural beauty of the site, maintaining a low horizon line and a human scale. The views of the Formula 1 track during Grand Prix will be outstanding.

Number of rooms: to be announced
Location: Parc Jean-Drapeau
Website: coming soon
Opening date: 2025

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Royalmount Hotel

Royalmount is a 1.8 acre, $7-billion, carbon-neutral real estate project featuring an 18,000 square-foot event garden and theatre adjacent to an 8,000 square-foot covered pavilion, both capable of hosting hundreds of people. The complex will also include an aquarium, 450,000-plus trees and a pedestrian bridge over the Décarie Expressway linking the mall to the metro station. The hotel will be a hospitality hub located halfway between the airport and downtown Montréal, where patrons will be able to immerse themselves in the unique culture of the community.

Number of rooms: to be announced
Location: Town of Mount Royal
Opening date: 2026

© Alison Slattery - Tourisme Montréal

StarCité Hotel

Located on a famous site in the city’s east end, mere steps from the Olympic Stadium, this hotel complex project designed by Provencher Roy will stretch over seven stories and 16,000 square feet. The project will transform the beloved StarCité cinema space — which will remain, in part, and provide entertainment options for the hotel patrons. It will also include a large exterior walkway, a public plaza and direct access to the metro station. The hotel’s multifunctional space will be designed to welcome 1,000 people. 

Number of rooms: 200
Location: Olympic Park
Website: coming soon
Opening date: 2027


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