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InterContinental Montréal

InterContinental Montréal, Old Montréal (Vieux-Montréal)

At a Glance

    Pros

  • iPod alarm clocks
  • easy underground access to shopping and nightlife
  • new Java U café in lobby

    Cons

  • business-oriented (the convention center is across the street)
  • a bit posh for families with youngsters

Fodorite Reviews

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InterContinental Montréal Review

On the edge of Old Montréal, this award-winning luxury hotel across from Toqué! restaurant is part of the Montréal World Trade Center, drawing international business travelers and design-savvy tourists who appreciate decor like the leather-and-suede headboards on the beds. Heavy drapes pull back to reveal floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking downtown or Old Montréal and the waterfront. Bathrooms have separate marble tubs and sexy showers. In the absinthe bar, Sarah B, the "green fairy" elixir is served from a fountain. The hotel's lively brasserie, Osco!, serves fine French provincial cuisine. A footbridge links the hotel's main building with the 18th-century Nordheimer Building, a former piano factory that's now a high-tech meeting facility and ballroom with historic oomph.

    Hotel Details

  • 357 rooms, 23 suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 08-11-2013

Fodorite Reviews

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    Large, very busy hotel

    We should have gone with one of the Fodor Picks instead. We've stayed in numerous Intercontinental rooms/ suites but this suite was not up to par (especially at over $1000/ 3 nights). Next time we'll listen to Fodor as their picks are hotel specific and not based on a branded name.

    by ellatanner, 9/9/12
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    Inter-Continental Montréal Review

    This hotel was comfortable and luxurious, and we were able to get an excellent rate online for a short weekend stay. It is definitely convenient, as it's only a couple of blocks from the oldest part of Vieux Montreal, while still being near the convention center and public transportation.

    by janschwartz, 11/12/09

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