Best hotels in Montreal, Canada

Here you'll find a list of the best hotels in Montreal which have been recommended by critics from The New York Times, The Guardian, Lonely Planet and many more. All hotel recommendations are referenced with customer reviews from several booking platforms and all listed hotels have a rating of at least 4 out of 5 stars.

4.6 Hotel Nelligan Montreal

Hotel Nelligan, Montreal

Lonely Planet

“Housed in two restored buildings and named in honor of Québec’s famous and tragic poet, Émile Nelligan, this Old Montréal beauty has original details and luxurious fittings (down comforters, high-quality bath products, and Jacuzzis in some rooms).”

4.5 LHotel Montreal

LHotel, Montreal

Lonely Planet

“Inside a grand 1870 building, LHotel is a major draw for art lovers. Georges Marciano, founder of Guess jeans, opened the hotel in 2010, showering great artworks throughout the rooms and common areas.”

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.”

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.

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.

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.