A beautiful, boutique all-suite hotel in the centre of Old Montreal, just steps from the Old Port area.
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City | History & culture | Spa
Le Saint Sulpice is an all-suite hotel offering a superb location in Old Montreal, adjacent to the Notre-Dame Basilica and surrounded by a multitude of restaurants, art galleries and shops. Old Montreal is charming and the most historic part of the city making this a delightful and atmospheric place to stay.
Located next to the Notre-Dame Basilica and a few steps from the Old Port, Le Saint Sulpice is excellently located in Old Montreal. Central Station is a 20 minute walk and Montreal’s international airport is around 25 minute drive away. The hotel also offers indoor valet parking.
There are 108 well-equipped suites that offer contemporary loft-style living spaces. All have a kitchenette, living area, fully opening French-style windows and Nespresso coffee machines. Suites overlook the courtyard and gardens or the historic streets of Old Montreal; some suites also have a balcony.
Sinclair Restaurant offers modern dining with both local and international dishes alongside an a la carte and table d’hôte menu. During the summer months there is a beautiful terrace for open air dining. The Sinclair Lounge Lobby Bar is perfect for morning coffee, a light lunch or pre dinner drinks.
Le Saint Sulpice offers Clefs D’or Concierge’s who have an intimate knowledge of the city, valet parking, complimentary Wi-Fi and access to a superb city gym. Guests of the hotel also receive preferential rates at the Scandinave Spa Vieux Montreal.
Stay here on these holidays
Located on the shores of the tranquil Sacacomie Lake between Montréal and Québec City, Hotel Sacacomie offers a unique getaway, perfect for a winter escape in the heart of the Canadian wilderness.
North America's first ice hotel, Hotel de Glace, is made entirely of snow and ice and features ornate furniture carved from from ice blocks, enjoy a stay here combined with Quebec City before a few days of winter adventure at Hotel Sacacomie.
Free car hire
With an unusually high number of spring maple trees, yellow birch and American beech, Quebec is one of Canada's top destinations for fall foliage and this self drive combines the vibrant cities of Montreal and Quebec City with the charms of the Laurentian Mountains.
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