Hotel Le Cantlie Suites offers a simple, good-value hotel that's convenient to shops, restaurants and Mont Royal.
Le Saint-Sulpice Hotel
Set in the heart of bustling Old Montréal, Le Saint-Sulpice Hotel offers easy access the city's attractions as well as spacious rooms with all modern conveniences. This all-suite hotel is contemporary in style with smart, modern decor that is not too style conscious.
Service is excellent and the concierge can arrange everything from horse-drawn carriage rides to dinner reservations at any of the city's renowned restaurants. The hotel has 108 spacious suites, all of which include a sofa bed and kitchenette, and many feature a fireplace or French windows opening on to the courtyard or the historic city streets.
The hotel's Sinclair Restaurant is bright and modern with abstract art on the walls and a menu that appears to be quite traditional on first glance but combines classic steaks, lobster and grills with international accompaniments.
The hotel is set in a tranquil spot directly behind the city's ornate Notre-Dame Basilica and one block from the old port, but a short walk will take you to a host of cafes, restaurants and shops that line the surrounding streets.
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This is an all-suite hotel offering guests spacious rooms and all modern amenities. Decor is contemporary and stylish without being too fussy. Chocolate browns combine with beige and grey with splashes of red in the abstract artworks, bed shawls and lampshades. Some rooms have a fireplace, others French windows that open onto the courtyard or the old city streets. Each room has a sofa bed and a kitchenette with coffeemaker, hob, microwave and a minibar as well as complimentary Wi-Fi. The luxurious bathrooms include plush bathrobes and Fruits et Passion toiletries.
The hotel is located in the most historic area of Montréal behind Notre-Dame Basilica and one block from the old port. A short walk will take you to numerous shops, cafes, restaurants and galleries as well as the Saint-Lawrence waterfront. There's a metro station five minutes away on Place d’Armes for exploring further afield.
Food and drink
The Sinclair restaurant is bright and contemporary with abstract art on the walls and a large patio for al fresco dining on warmer days. The menu is traditional with an international influence and features wild boar and Atlantic lobster alongside soba noodles and stuffed samosas. There's a smart bar area serving lighter dishes and the continental breakfast is complemented by an à la carte menu featuring crêpes, Tuscan tartines and smoked salmon.
Children under 12 stay free of charge and there are sofa beds in all the suites.
Facilities and activities
Guests can book an in-room massage and have complimentary access to a nearby gym.
This hotel is conveniently situated in the heart of the Old Town close to a variety of restaurants but also provides the facilities to self-cater. We love the stylish rooms and the large patio for al fresco drinks.
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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.
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