Montreal Hotels


W Montréal

Citris Restaurant

At a Glance


  • guests feel like rock stars
  • good people-watching
  • sexy bathrooms
  • fastest room service in town
  • pet program


  • $15 per night fee for in-room WiFi, but it's free in the lobby
  • lobby noisy at night
  • glass showers afford no privacy

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W Montréal Review

The luxurious W chain's first Canadian hotel arrived in 2004, inside the old Bank of Canada building, but you'd never suspect it was decade old after walking through its whooshing sliding doors: upon entry, guests see a cubic water fountain and glowing red walls throughout the lobby. Bright, airy rooms are decorated in various shades of gray highlighted with electric-blue curtains. Be warned: glass showers are not inside the "private" bathroom area, so your traveling companion will get an eyeful. Penthouse suites feature wraparound terraces and 12-foot ceilings. The mezzanine-level Plateau lounge is popular with local professionals, while the late-night Wunderbar attracts models and celebrities. (The bar's metallic pillows and silver chairs bring more bling to the scene.) A partnership with Acura means guests can reserve a free car ride anywhere in the city.

    Hotel Details

  • 152 rooms, 28 suites
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 08-11-2013

Fodorite Reviews

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    This place is a Zoo

    If you're in Montreal on business, avoid at any cost. After 9:00pm, the hotel lobby becomes a meat market.... I had to wait on line in the cold to have access to the hotel. The bouncer/doorman did not give a damn that I was a hotel guests. He was too busy flirting and trying to impress young blondies... Poor housekeeping. Never got my wake-up call. It's true that the poor girl at the front desk could barely hear what I was saying, music was way too loud to entertain the night crowd.

    by lenormandgourmand, 12/11/07

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