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Hotel Monville seamlessly
combines old world grandeur with modern décor and cutting edge flexibility.
This day stay hotel made it’s debut this year to rave reviews. Considered one
of the top luxury and boutique hotels in Montreal, the day use hotel is short
on hassles and long on opulence. Early check in and late check out, tailors the
half day stay to the guest’s schedule. Beyond the obviously stunning steel and
glass facades created by the acclaimed architectural firm, ACDF, awaits a hotel by day brimming with
amenities. With attention to details like the rain showers in every bathroom
and in-room Nespresso machines, it’s no wonder the Hotel Monville is a
daycation dream come true. Twenty-hour state-of-the-art fitness center and
floor to ceiling windows help make this daycay destination feel like you’ve
check out of the maddening world and entered into your own personal perfectly
suited universe. With onsite mixologists creating the latest cocktails in the
lobby’s beautiful bar and the restaurant serving some of the area’s best
cuisine, you don’t have to go far to have the most memorable and amazing
time. Their motto, “Be More Chill,” says
it all and it’s easy to do kicking back on their rooftop terrace!
Many of the city’s main attractions are nearby. This daycation hotel is centrally located in the heart of Montreal’s business district and a short distance to the tourist mecca of Old Montreal. Old Montreal’s cobble stone streets, contemporary art galleries and trendy shops attract avid shoppers and sightseers alike. Just minutes from the Convention Centre, Museum of Contemporary Art and the Notre Dame Basilica, this is the perfect home base to take in all the rich history and progressive trends that Montreal has come to embody, and made much easier to enjoy thanks to a day use hotel room.
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts – The premier daycay destination for art lovers, the museum hosts a myriad of exhibitions every year. From a Chagall mini-retrospective, to a guided tour of the early to modern international collection, to a daytime concert series featuring baroque chamber music, visiting this national treasure over and over never gets old.
Pointe-à-Callière Museum – Founded in 1992 as part of the 350th anniversary celebration of Montreal, this museum features the architectural achievements and history of the famed city. With over 350,000 visitors each year, it is one of the most popular attractions in all of Canada. Along with the permanent collection of artifacts, archaeology and art, there are many traveling exhibitions on view throughout the year.
Notre Dame Basilica – Breaking ground in 1823 and built in the Gothic Revival style, this cathedral is an architectural jewel in Old Montreal. It was anointed to basilica status in 1982 by Pope John Paul II and designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1989. It is also the site of other national events – celebrated weddings, such as Celine Dion’s, and monumental funerals for the country’s luminaries, are held in this sacred place. It also offers choral and organ performances during their evening concert series.
Old Port of Montreal – Jammed packed with tony and trendy restaurants, hip boutiques, and river-front sweeping vistas, it’s got something exciting for every age group to explore. Boasting attractions such as Cirque du Soleil which comes through with their traveling extravaganzas from time to time, it also features trusted staples like the Montreal Science Center, ensuring it’s a fun trip for the whole family during all four seasons.
We should mention
Pet Friendly – It’s just right that this modern day booking hotel in such a pet-friendly city would also be pet-friendly. And your pet can bring a buddy–their pet policy includes up to two pets per room!
Rooftop terrace – Unwind after hitting the cobble stone streets with dramatic views of one of the world’s most beloved cities.
Complimentary WiFi – High speed internet connection is available in all the day use hotel rooms as well as in all the common spaces like the lobby, bar and restaurant.