Team Montréal hotels perfect for your next meetings
Montréal’s world-class hotels cover a full range from grand old school palaces to eye-popping temples of modernist design. But more than just places to rest one’s head after a busy day of networking, these hotels are also the perfect locale for meetings and events each with their own individualistic flair. Whether you’re looking for a meeting venue or accommodations to wow your delegates, these hotels offer some of Montréal’s sweetest spots for work, rest, and even play. Between budget options, trusted international chains to unforgettable luxury boutique experiences, Montréal’s got you covered.
Marriott SpringHill Suites Vieux-Montréal
Perfectly situated in Old Montréal in close proximity to the Palais de congrès and Bonsecours Market, the Marriott SpringHill Suites is built atop true Montréal history. The hotel houses its Auberge Saint-Gabriel restaurant within the restored walls of the first Inn in North America, built by a French soldier in 1688, and perfect for a meeting over a locally-sourced delicacy.
Total number of units (suites only): 124
Total meeting rooms: 4
Need to know: Besides four meeting rooms, the hotel offers 12 bookable event spaces including the Auberge Saint-Gabriel.
Hôtel William Gray
Perched atop two historical buildings, the Hôtel William Gray offers a bustling lobby space designed for both guests and locals to congregate and mix. Re-christened “the Living Room,” it’s the perfect place to mingle with real Montréalais meeting with friends or en route to dinner at Maggie Oakes, the hotel’s unique restaurant complete with a living micro-greens and herb wall.
Total number of units: 127 total / 8 suites
Total meeting rooms: 5
Need to know: The William Gray also houses the local trendsetter clothing and shoe shop OTH and an outpost of the Mile End’s beloved Café Olimpico.
A new kid on the block, the Hôtel St-Paul combines a focus on cutting-edge design and old school glamour with six striking meeting rooms that can be partitioned into smaller units befitting gatherings both large and small. Partnered with Bota Bota – Montréal’s spa boat docked in the Old Port offering package visits for hotel guests – the Hôtel St-Paul guarantees a plush and restful night after a day of work.
Total number of units: 119 total / 23 suites
Total meeting rooms: 6
Need to know: Every room features unique design elements – no room has the same lamp!
Le Saint-Sulpice Hôtel
This Old Montréal mainstay makes for the perfect home away from home for any business traveler. Fireplaces, large flatscreen TVs and balcony views overlooking the cobblestone streets below give Le Saint-Sulpice the perfect blend of old world charm and modern luxury. The gardens offer the perfect locale for a 1-on-1 or small team gathering.
Total number of units (suites only): 108
Total meeting rooms: 4
Need to know: The Sinclair Restaurant’s leafy terrace is the definition of peace and quiet.
Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth
With 4645 square metres of available event space, Fairmont’s “The Queen E” is one of Montréal’s premiere meeting spots, all recently given tasteful makeover in a multi-million dollar renovation project. And once the meeting’s adjourned, head to one of the hotel’s award-winning gastronomic spots: Rosélys restaurant, the Nacarat cocktail bar, or the Krema Café for a caffeine and pastry rejuvenation. Opening in Fall 2017, the hotel’s Marché Artisans will be Canada’s first urban market with take-out dishes and snacks focused on local products.
Towering over the Golden Square Mile, each floor of the Omni Mont-Royal houses no more than 12 loft-style guestrooms ranging from deluxe rooms to Presidential suites. From any spot, the views across Mont Royal and downtown Montréal are to die for. More than 2100 square metres of meeting space comes equipped with tasty banquet menu options to keep your delegates full and energetic.
Total number of units (rooms and suites): 299
Total meeting rooms: 14
Need to know: Banquet hall space takes up over 1400 square metres, perfect for large-size upscale events.
Located on stately Square Victoria, the W Montréal is a modern beacon on the edge of Old Montréal. Their gorgeously designed rooms (classified as Cozy, Wonderful and Spectacular) are outfitted with the latest in technology. And the W does it all with a 4 Green Key Rating awarded to hotels operating with minimal environmental impact.
Total number of units (rooms and suites): 152
Total meeting rooms: 5
Need to know: The faux fur Foxy Throws draped over the beds are unique to the W Montréal, but luckily also available in the hotel’s online shop.
Loews Hôtel Vogue
Designated one of the “Top Hotels in Canada” by Condé Nast Traveler, the Loews Hôtel Vogue adds a touch of fashion to each room with framed covers of its namesake magazine punctuating the wallspace. The beautifully designed La Société Bistro is a piece of Paris in downtown Montréal.
Total number of units (rooms and suites): 142
Total meeting rooms: 12
Need to know: Go on and spoil your attendees: each room at the Loews is decked out with king size beds and a whirlpool.
Montréal Marriott Château Champlain
World-class elegance and reputation have kept the Montréal Marriott Château Champlain on the radar of bucket-list travelers since its opening for Expo67. The hotel’s nearly 2700 square metres of event space ranges from sky-high meeting rooms to plush red carpet opulence.
Total number of units (rooms and suites): 611
Total meeting rooms: 25
Need to know: Wow your delegates with the view from the 36th-floor board room, and preview the surrounding scenery yourself with the hotel’s Webcam.
A prime example of truly linked-up accommodations, the Bonaventure Montréal rests atop the Place Bonaventure shopping and business centre. Its 4645 square metres of event space are connected directly with the convention centre, guaranteeing nearly limitless possibilities. And who doesn’t love a rooftop pool?
Total number of units: 395 total / 5 suites
Total meeting rooms: 33
Need to know: The rooftop gardens and pool zone are an eye-popping oasis in downtown Montréal over 2.5 acres in size.
Hôtel Place d’Armes
Offering more than just one of the best views across Old Montréal (although the vistas from the Terrasse Place d’Armes hotel bar are unmissable), the Hôtel Place d’Armes puts your guests in the heart of history. A mere two minutes walk from the Palais de congrés via Place d’Armes itself, this hotel never fails to wow with its enviable location.
Total number of units: 133 total / 48 suites / 5 penthouses
Total meeting rooms: 13
Need to know: Meeting rooms can be partitioned based on group size, and capable of hosting up to 500 guests for a networking cocktail event.
The Delta Montréal is placed squarely between the Quartier des spectacles entertainment district and the leafy quiet of Mount Royal, ensuring your guests are kept content and entertained outside of meeting hours. 15 bright and airy event spaces are well-equipped for any requirement.
Total number of units (rooms and suites): 456
Total meeting rooms: 15
Need to know: Most rooms come with a balcony with views over Mont Royal or downtown Montréal.
Hôtel Intercontinental Montréal
The Hôtel Intercontinental has recently renovated its primary meeting spaces and unveiled the A. & S. Nordheimer Ballroom in its Nordheimer Conference Center. The hotel’s spacious and comfortable rooms make for the perfect home base for a meeting be it housed here or in the nearby Palais de congrés. And for after the conference, there’s the Sarah B absinthe bar with its tucked away Green Fairy alcoves.
Total number of units (rooms and suites): 357 total / 23 suites
Total meeting rooms: 18
Need to know: The Intercontinental Montréal changes its interior décor every three months for a unique seasonal look.
Offering the elegance and quality of service inherent in the name Ritz-Carlton, Montréal’s grand dame of hotels guarantees an unforgettable stay. The meeting rooms add a touch of opulence to any proceedings, well deserving of the hotel’s ranking as the AAA’s only 5-diamond hotel in Québec.
Total number of units (rooms and suites): 129 total / 31 suites / 46 condos
Total meeting rooms: 9
Need to know: The hotel’s timelessly chic dining room features genuine French eats by celebrated chef Daniel Boulud to rival the best brasseries in Lyon.
A luxury lifestyle hotel where design is key, “The Ren” features hand-curated rooms and meeting spaces bedecked in splashes of colour and art to keep eyes happy and delegates feeling energized. The Pan Asian restaurant East offers unique flavours and taste combinations unique to Montréal hotels, while the rooftop bar features unstoppable views.
Total number of units (rooms and suites): 142
Total meeting rooms: 3
Need to know: The Ren is the official hotel of the Montréal Canadiens hockey team. Go Habs!
The Westin Montréal houses 455 tastefully modernist rooms and nearly 4200 square metres of event space all within easy distance of Old Montréal and directly across from the convention centre. The brightly-lit meeting rooms and ninth floor open-air terrace offer incredible skyline views over downtown Montréal.
Total number of units (rooms and suites): 455
Total meeting rooms: 44
Need to know: The indoor WestinWORKOUT gym features a glass bottom pool!
Hyatt Regency Montréal
The award-winning design of the Hyatt Regency Montréal is just one of the feathers in the cap of this massive downtown cornerstone. There’s 3252 square metres of exhibition space and the terraced bar overlooks the bustling entertainment district, guaranteeing both a busy workday and a bit of refreshment too.
Total number of units (rooms and suites): 605
Total meeting rooms: 22
Need to know: The Hyatt Regency Montréal is pet-friendly, so you don’t have to leave your four-legged friends at home.
Le Centre Sheraton
One of downtown Montréal’s tallest towers, the Sheraton automatically guarantees some of the city’s best views. The variety of rooms and meeting spaces on-site also offer something for everyone, all with a brand name you can trust.
Total number of units (rooms and suites): 825
Total meeting rooms: 31
Need to know: Those after some true R&R after a long day should check into the Studio Pressurat wellness spa on the 6th floor.
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