St. Paul Hotel Montreal Canadas First Design Hotel
What was once an historic building in the Old Town section of Montreal is now the first design hotel in the country. The elements of fire, ice, water and wind have been elegantly combined to represent the diversity of Canada in St. Paul Hotel Montreal. Two different landscapes are featured in the design of the floors earth, which is wooden and sky, which focuses on light and air. Every room provides guests with views of the downtown core of the city and is furnished with custom pieces as well as items of silk, stone and metal. Since 2002, this hotel has been the recipient of many prestigious awards demonstrating that it is the top of the class.
When you choose to spend your time in Montreal at this hotel, you can choose among a regular room, which is called a Superior Room, two classes of suites or a Penthouse. The 96 Superior Rooms have either one Queen sized bed or two doubles. The 16 Junior Suites measure 450 square feet and have a separate bedroom as well as a sofa bed in the living room. The next class up from this is the Deluxe Suite, which measures over 600 square feet, and there are 7 of these. The bathroom is oversized with both a soaker tub and a shower. For the ultimate in luxurious accommodations, the Penthouse is the one you want. The vaulted ceilings are 13 feet high and there is an air of spaciousness that suits the Sky theme.
The St. Paul Hotel Montreal offers a wide range of amenities for all its guests. Turn down service is available for all guests as are the CD player, TV, in-room movies, coffee and tea making facilities, iron and ironing board as well as a hair dryer. The bathrooms have a large soaker tub and are designed with marble and mosaic tiles. All rooms receive chocolates on the pillows, but guests of the suites are treated to an extra amount. Wireless Internet is available throughout the hotel, but you will be charged a small fee if you want to make use of it.
The Restaurant Vauvert in the St. Paul Hotel Montreal was designed with a 19th century French legend in mind. The dcor is alluring and intriguing, as is the cuisine served at the tables. The restaurant opens each day at 11:30 for lunch and brunch is served on Saturday and Sunday. It closes at 4:30 and reopens for dinner at 6 p.m. and remains open until 11 p.m. Relax with a drink in the Vauvert Lounge that also doubles as an area for small and private receptions.
This is the perfect venue to choose for your meeting or special event with the expanse of space that is available. Whatever your needs may be in technological equipment, the hotel will be able to provide them for you.
Everything is right at your fingertips when you stay at the St. Paul Hotel Montreal. You can walk to the best shopping destinations and the Metro station is conveniently close by. If you have the nerve for it, take a Ghost Tour of Old Montreal or get lost in the Shed 16 Labyrinth, which is actually built inside an old shed. Restaurants serving cuisine from all over the world are within walking distance as are exciting nightlife destinations.