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Hotel Le Nelligan
Hotel Nelligan is a characterful boutique hotel with a central location on Montreal's 17th century Rue Saint Paul. It comprises of four adjoining 1850s buildings that have been tastefully designed with a contemporary twist. Exposed stone walls in the spacious rooms, dark wood and brass furnishings act as a reminder of the property's heritage and create a warm ambience. As the sun sets, enjoy drinks on the rooftop terrace while looking out over the historic city skyline.
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Each of the guest rooms and suites strikes a great balance between Montréal’s modern personality and historic backdrop. The rooms are spacious and feature original brick and stone walls, contemporary details and rich furnishings. Amenities include minibars, safes, TVs, hairdryers, free Wi-Fi and en suite bathrooms; some with Jacuzzi baths. Most offer a king sized bed, but there are twin double bed options also available. Views look out onto one of Montréal’s historic cobbled streets, the Old Port or into the hotel’s charming internal atrium.
The impressive One Bedroom Penthouse has its own terrace, dining area and kitchenette, a Jacuzzi tub for tub and a spacious living area, sleeping up to four guests with the addition of a rollaway bed. There's also the Two Bedroom Penthouse, which has the same amenities for up to four guests but has two separate king sized bedrooms.
The hotel is minutes away from the Saint Lawrence River, the Old Port and Notre Dame. The main entrance sits directly on Rue Saint-Paul, which was first paved in the 17th century and now offers an abundance of places for drinks, dining and entertainment.
Food and drink
Continental breakfast is served in the historic atrium and is included with your stay at Hotel Le Nelligan. For lunch and dinner you can choose to dine in the on site restaurant, Verses, which serves fine dining French cuisine. There's also The Merchant Boeuf - a pub-style bar serving a variety of beverages and seasonal 'raw bar' snacks, as well as hosting live music.
Alternatively, you can venture into the city, where you'll find a variety of bars and restaurants within walking distance.
Facilities and activities
Enjoy a coffee by the fireplace in the library whilst taking in a view of the garden-atrium, which serves as a tearoom in the afternoon. Other amenities at the hotel include a fitness centre and a same-day laundry service, while Terrasse Nelligan, the rooftop terrace, is a great place to take in the view over Old Montreal with a glass of wine. Guests also have use of the spa at the Hotel Place d'Armes.
Hotel Le Nelligan is a charismatic hotel which gets excellent feedback from our clients. It's renowned for all the small touches that make for an exceptional stay.
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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.