• Menu
  • Menu
meilleur-quartier-dormir-montreal-loger

Where to stay in Montreal? Best districts + Hotels

Looking for the best place to stay in Montreal? Follow the guide, we’ve tested, listed and detailed for you the best neighbourhoods to sleep in in Montreal, as well as the best accommodation in this city that we’ve loved! Read more

⏰ Don’t have time to read everything?

Here are our 3 favourite homes , sorted by price category: 🚨 These hotels are among the most popular so don’t delay in booking. Plus, they offer free cancellation, so don’t worry if you change your mind. (€) Maria Montreal. Cheap flat in Montreal located 6 km from the city centre. Free bikes and parking. The flat is large and very well equipped(Klonopin) Book here. (€€) ❤️ Manoir Sherbrooke. Hotel located in the heart of the city centre, 5 minutes from many places of interest. It offers old-world charm with all modern conveniences. The staff are attentive and the breakfast is copious! Book your room here. (€€) Maison Saint-Vincent. Superb apartmenthotel located in the travellers’ favourite district , less than 1 km from the Tour de l’Horloge and the Old Port. Large, bright and tastefully decorated rooms with seating area. Book here.

🌃 F ind other accommodation at the best price 👈

The best neighbourhood to stay in: Old Montréal

meilleur-endroit-ou-dormir-a-montreal
It’s a district that I really fell in love with, because it is perhaps the perfect embodiment of the authenticity of this city of centuries-old buildings. I highly recommend staying in and visiting this part of Montreal on the banks of the St. Lawrence River. As you stroll along its cobbled streets, you’re sure to admire the architecture of its monuments, epitomised by City Hall and the Notre Dame de Montréal Basilica, one of this district’s biggest attractions with its old-world charm. ou-dormir-montreal-quartier-vieille-ville But there are other buildings I recommend you see, notably the Bonsecours Market, Château Ramezay and Notre Dame du Bonsecours. The district is packed with history museums and authentic French restaurants, and is linked to the rest of the city by three metro stations. Read more

Here are our favourite hotels in the best area to stay in Montreal

Note: Don’t delay in booking as these are some of the most popular hotels in Montreal. (€) Maria Montreal. Cheap flat in Montreal located 6 km from the city centre. Bikes and free parking. The flat is large and very well equipped. Book here. (€€) ❤️ Manoir Sherbrooke. Hotel located in the heart of the city centre, 5 minutes from many places of interest. It offers old-world charm with all modern conveniences. The staff are attentive and the breakfast is copious! Book your room here. (€€) Maison Saint-Vincent. Superb apartmenthotel located in the travellers’ favourite district , less than 1 km from the Tour de l’Horloge and the Old Port. Large, bright and tastefully decorated rooms with seating area. Book here.

🌃 F ind other accommodation at the best price 👈

Find accommodation in downtown Montreal

ou-sejourner-a-montreal-centre-ville
What I can guarantee is that you won’t be wasting your time in bustling downtown Montreal montreal’s bustling city centre, where you can do business and shop, eat and be merry. This is a lively, dynamic neighbourhood where you’ll meet professionals, university students and shopping enthusiasts, but it’s far from being just a business district.
dormir-centre-ville-montreal
It’s an area that’s not short on personality, with metal and glass skyscrapers towering above it, large shops, stalls and restaurants. The city centre is also home to the Quartier des spectacles, where the events that have earned Montreal its reputation as a cultural capital take place. This is where you can enjoy open-air jazz performances, among other things. Read more How to get to downtown Montreal : Simply take the Montreal metro and stop at any station between Guy-Concordia and Saint-Laurent on the Green Line, or any station between Lucien L’Allier and Champ-de-Mars on the Orange Line.

Here are our favourite downtown hotels to stay at in Montreal

Note: Don’t delay in booking as these hotels are among the most popular in Montreal. (€) Maria Montreal. Cheap flat in Montreal located 6 km from the city centre. Bikes and free parking. The flat is large and very well equipped. Book here. (€€) ❤️ Manoir Sherbrooke. Hotel located in the heart of the city centre, 5 minutes from many places of interest. It offers old-world charm with all modern conveniences. The staff are attentive and the breakfast is copious! Book your room here. (€€) Maison Saint-Vincent. Superb apartmenthotel located in the travellers’ favourite district , less than 1 km from the Tour de l’Horloge and the Old Port. Large, bright and tastefully decorated rooms with seating area. Book here.

🌃 F ind other accommodation at the best price 👈

The district where to sleep as a couple in Montreal: Le Plateau Mt-Royal

ou-dormir-montreal-quartier-mont-royal
It’s a good little place, renowned for its bohemian atmosphere, where I recommend you stay in Montreal, especially if you’re a couple. It’s an area that French expatriates in Canada really love, very lively in both summer and winter. Located right next to the bustling downtown area, Plateau Mont-Royal, simply known as the Plateau, is a borough of Montreal located east of Mont-Royal.
ou-dormir-montreal-quartier-mont-royal2
This neighbourhood, once home to the working class, is now home to typical, brightly coloured houses, picturesque cafés, trendy bars and bookshops Some of Boulevard Saint-Laurent’s best-loved attractions include La Centrale galerie Powerhouse, Casa del Popolo and Schwartz’s legendary charcuterie.

Here are our favourite hotels in the area for a romantic stay in Montreal

Note: Don’t delay in booking as these hotels are among the most popular in Montreal. (€) Maria Montreal. Cheap flat in Montreal located 6 km from the city centre. Bikes and free parking. The flat is large and very well equipped. Book here. (€€) ❤️ Manoir Sherbrooke. Hotel located in the heart of the city centre, 5 minutes from many places of interest. It offers old-world charm with all modern conveniences. The staff are attentive and the breakfast is copious! Book your room here. (€€) Maison Saint-Vincent. Superb apartmenthotel located in the travellers’ favourite district , less than 1 km from the Tour de l’Horloge and the Old Port. Large, bright and tastefully decorated rooms with seating area. Book here.

Saint-Henri: the family district where to stay in Montreal

montreal-loger-quartier-saint-henri
At the south-western end of Montreal, near Little Burgundy, lies Saint-Henri, a picturesque and peaceful family neighbourhood in which to stay in Montreal. It has become gentrified in recent years, but still has a distinct residential ambience. But that doesn’t mean you should ignore it. On the contrary, I’d encourage you to stay in this beautiful part of Montreal, if you’re looking for a more relaxed and subtle stay. For it is in this district that gastronomy, art, history and wide-open green spaces meet and blend harmoniously. Read more

Here are our favourite hotels in the area where to sleep in Montreal with children

Note: Don’t delay in booking as these are some of the most popular hotels in Montreal. (€) Maria Montreal. Cheap flat in Montreal located 6 km from the city centre. Bikes and free parking. The flat is large and very well equipped. Book here. (€€) ❤️ Manoir Sherbrooke. Hotel located in the heart of the city centre, 5 minutes from many places of interest. It offers old-world charm with all modern conveniences. The staff are attentive and the breakfast is copious! Book your room here. (€€) Maison Saint-Vincent. Superb apartmenthotel located in the travellers’ favourite district , less than 1 km from the Tour de l’Horloge and the Old Port. Large, bright and tastefully decorated rooms with seating area. Book here.

Griffintown: the trendy place to stay in Montreal

loger-Griffintown -montreal
Griffintown, next to the Lachine Canal, is a busy pedestrian district with a dedicated cycle path for cycling fans. It is also renowned for its condos and restored warehouses. It’s a neighbourhood I highly recommend, because it’s very lively. In fact, the neighbourhood has a very active arts scene. The Arsenal Art contemporain art centre in the heart of Griffintown often organises events like Cultural Tuesdays to promote contemporary art among young people, while the Centre d’art de Montréal focuses mainly on the work of local artists.
cathedrale-notre-dame-dormir-montreal
One of the district’s most important attractions is the Basilica of Notre-Dame, a sumptuous neo-Gothic church dating from the 1800s and famous for its dazzling stained glass windows. Griffintown, North America’s oldest blue-collar neighbourhood, is also home to restaurants by famous chefs, cosy cafés, exclusive boutiques and bars with an industrial ambience.
cafe-le-petit-dep-montreal
Café Le Petit Dep in Montreal
And that’s all there is to it, but don’t be fooled into thinking that Montreal is just a few neighbourhoods where you can sleep. There are many others just as interesting, just as splendid, just as bewitching as the Quartier Latin or Mile End… it’s up to you to discover them!

Here are our favourite hotels in the best area to stay in Montreal

Note: Don’t delay in booking as these are some of the most popular hotels in Montreal. (€) Maria Montreal. Cheap flat in Montreal located 6 km from the city centre. Bikes and free parking. The flat is large and very well equipped. Book here. (€€) ❤️ Manoir Sherbrooke. Hotel located in the heart of the city centre, 5 minutes from many places of interest. It offers old-world charm with all modern conveniences. The staff are attentive and the breakfast is copious! Book your room here. (€€) Maison Saint-Vincent. Superb apartmenthotel located in the travellers’ favourite district , less than 1 km from the Tour de l’Horloge and the Old Port. Large, bright and tastefully decorated rooms with sitting areas. Book here.

More information about Montréal

The city of Montreal, located on an island in the St. Lawrence River, takes its name from Mount Royal. Around 1881, it is reported that the historic city was christened “by the legendary author Mark Twain. Well some think that’s not quite true. But never mind! Montreal is a dynamic metropolis, renowned for its cultural, historical and economic importance to the country. And let’s not forget that Montreal has the second-largest French-speaking population in the world. If you’re looking for a break that’s off the beaten track and unlike any other, Montreal is the perfect choice. The city offers a patchwork of sensations, culinary excitements, artistic and recreational activities that will give you a dream holiday you won’t soon forget.

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Promo Booking 👉 15% Off minimum sur votre séjour sur Booking.com

X