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About the Saint-Sulpice Hotel, a luxury Boutique Hotel in Old Montreal

The site of our boutique hotel in Montreal once welcomed adjoining 17th-century houses belonging to Sieur Le Moyne and Sieur Le Ber, brothers-in-law and successful fur merchants. You can see historical vestiges in the stone walls to your right as you enter the lobby of the Saint-Sulpice Hotel.


Boutique hotel surrounded by living history

Among the first Old Montreal boutique hotels, the Saint-Sulpice Hotel exudes authenticity. History feels alive here. As you walk the surrounding cobblestone streets, season after season, you’ll discover the past is everywhere.

The evolution of Montreal from early settlement to bustling metropolis is imprinted on the buildings. Notre-Dame Basilica is adjacent to us. Nearby, Centaur Theatre was once the city’s first stock exchange and the Aldred Building at Place d’Armes was Montreal’s very first skyscraper.

Beyond our restaurant’s terrace lie the gardens of the Sulpician priests who once governed Montreal and still tend to this peaceful seminary oasis.

What makes our Old Montreal boutique hotel special

The Saint-Sulpice Hotel provides a tranquil home-base in the Old Montreal. Our full-size suites are spaces for living where personalized service is the norm. The hotel’s U-shape gives luxury a human dimension and every room a view. Cultivate a sense of wonder and let the hotel take you by surprise. Our concierges are members of Les Clefs d’Or Canada. They know Montreal inside and out. We also have a parking garage with valet service, both major assets in Old Montreal.

Winner, in 2013, of the Grand Prix of the Québec Tourism Awards and a Worldwide Hospitality Award, the Saint-Sulpice Hotel is proud of the outstanding service recognized by our 4 Diamond status (AAA rating). The chic European style behind the hotel’s artful design shows in our choice of materials. The lobby’s noble stone fireplace, for example, is set off by colorful modern furniture perfect for lounging by the restaurant-bar. Look closely and you’ll notice that the distinctive Saint-Sulpice S is a tribute to the S-shaped iron anchor used to build the ancient stone buildings of Old Montreal.

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Experience the vibrancy of Old Montreal

Old Montreal is the centre of a city-wide tapestry of activities. Home to boutiques, award-winning restaurants, galleries, spas, plus the year-round attractions of the Old Port, there’s always something to see and do.

Ice-skate to music in winter, pause for a refreshing drink in summer, or explore museums in any season. With La Grande Roue observation wheel, Clock Tower Beach, and river cruises all within reach, Old Montreal is the place to be. It’s also close to Place des Arts, the Quartier des Spectacles entertainment district, endless downtown shopping, and the Palais des Congrès convention centre.