Hotel Le Cantlie Suites offers a simple, good-value hotel that's convenient to shops, restaurants and Mont Royal.
Omni Mont Royal
Located in the city’s lively downtown area near McGill University, this elegant hotel sits in the historical district of Montréal. With only 12 rooms per floor, the hotel feels spacious and quiet, but at the same time it has lots of good amenities, including a gym, an outdoor pool, a cafe, and a popular bar. From the rooms on the higher floors there are great views over the city, and the large windows in all guestrooms let in plenty of light. Rooms are chic, with luxurious textiles, and although the hotel is popular with business guests it feels stylish and relaxed rather than corporate.
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Most rooms are deluxe or premier (premier offering slightly more space). All rooms have a sitting area with large, comfortable armchairs and large windows overlooking the city skyline or the volcanic hill of Mont Royal. They come equipped with several mod-cons, including an iPod dock and a large flat-screen TV. Bathrooms are sleek, modern and spacious, with luxury-brand toiletries. There are several suites, which have separate living and bedroom areas.
Situated in the lively downtown area of the city, the hotel is close to many shops, bars and restaurants. To walk to Old Montréal takes about 30 minutes or a short taxi ride. It’s also a great location from which to explore the nearby volcanic hill of Mont Royal by foot or bicycle.
Food and drink
The Alice Bar overlooks the city streets and serves wines, cocktails and casual bar food from 11:30am till late. The Petit Opus Café is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and has a French bistro-style menu. When the swimming pool is open (from mid-May to mid-October), there’s an accompanying pool bar serving drinks, sandwiches, salads and light snacks.
Facilities and activities
The hotel has a gym, a sundeck with loungers, a rooftop pool (open from mid-May to mid-October) and an indoor Jacuzzi. There’s also a spa, which is open all week (excluding Sundays) and it offers a range of beauty treatments and massages.
This hotel is in a great location for exploring downtown Montréal and Mont Royal. But, what really sets it apart is its facilities, including its pool, bar and cafe, which are all worth a visit.
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Experiences while staying here
The following activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences of the area where you’re staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident’s eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can also suggest outdoor pursuits and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the traditions of the area’s inhabitants.
Enjoy a private 3-hour walking tour focusing on more than 360 years of history. With a private guide, you will discover how Montreal was settled by the French, conquered by the English and achieved the status of a great and fun metropolis in the 20th and 21st centuries.