4.8 Ritz Carlton Montreal

The Ritz Carlton Hotel, Montreal

New York Times

“With its rich history and advantageous location and a knowledgeable staff providing service with panache, the Ritz is an easy pick for travelers looking for style and luxury. Dating back to 1912, this was the first Ritz-Carlton hotel and is where Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton wed in the Royal Suite in 1964.”

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4.4 Auberge de la Fountaine Montreal

Auberge de la Fontaine, Montreal

New York Times

“Situated in the hip Plateau neighborhood, the 21-room Auberge de la Fontaine lies across the street from leafy Parc La Fontaine — home to an outdoor skating rink — and down the street from Lab cocktail bar. Certain rooms have whirlpool baths.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Montreal.

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4.4 Hotel Le Crystal Montreal

Hotel Le Crystal, Montreal

New York Times

“With 131 suites, downtown’s Hotel Le Crystal offers anti-winter pampering perks like an indoor saltwater pool and an outdoor year-round rooftop hot tub, both with city views. Some executive suites and penthouses have operational fireplaces.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Montreal.

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4.1 Zero 1 Hotel Montreal

Zero 1 Hotel, Montreal

New York Times

“Opened last year, Zero 1 contains 120 sleek, modern rooms and is within easy proximity to Chinatown.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Montreal.

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