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Sofitel Montréal

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • state-of-the-art gym
  • copious breakfast and brunch options

    Cons

  • no pool
  • scarce street parking
  • valet parking costs an impressive $32 plus tax
  • obstructed views in the east-facing rooms

Sofitel Montréal Review

The carpets in the lobby at this exquisite hotel were made by the same company that carpeted Versailles for King Louis XIV, yet the Sofitel remains chic and cheery, with sleek leather sofas and a soaring glass lobby. At the foot of Mont Royal, in the heart of downtown, the 17-floor Sofitel uses its understated elegance, top-notch details, and convenient location to attract a well-heeled international crowd that includes Hollywood A-listers and diplomats. Spacious standard rooms are bright and tailored, with floor-to-ceiling windows, Bose docking stations, and contemporary light-wood furniture; bathrooms have a separate shower and tub, and luxury bath products by L'Occitane and Hermès. The Renoir restaurant is helmed by chef Olivier Perret, who shops at the local market and cooks with herbs grown in the hotel's garden.

    Hotel Details

  • 241 rooms, 17 suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 08-11-2013

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