Below are the 11 user recommended hotels in the area of Montreal that is closest to Palais des congres de Montreal. The average price near Palais des congres de Montreal is C$ 177/night, with prices varying based on several factors including time of year. Hotels near Palais des congres de Montreal are typically 32% less expensive than the average hotel in Montreal, which is C$ 262.
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|High season||June||most expensive time to stay|
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C$ 102 - C$ 530
|Cheapest day of week||Sunday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|Highest day of week||Tuesday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
|C$ 338||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|C$ 237||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|Cheapest time to book||The cheapest time to book hotels in Montreal is: 4-5 star, 19 days before.|
C$ 114 - C$ 126
C$ 228 - C$ 247
C$ 336 - C$ 366
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|Hotel Le Crystal Montreal|
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Compared to other metropolitan cities of Canada, Montreal is one of the most pedestrian and bike-friendly. Not only can you walk to a vast majority of the attractions here, but there are over 750-kilometres of bike paths and affordable daily rentals. Also, the public transportation system is impressive. Take the metro subway from 5:30 am – 1:00 am (except Blue Line which is 6:00 am – 12.15 am) and wait less than 5 minutes between trains before 10.30 p.m. Pay $2.75 CAD for a single adult fare or buy the unlimited bus and metro card that lasts 24 hours from validation for $10 CAD.
Montreal has festivals year-round. However, most peak during the early to mid-summer months. Some festivals change out annually, but ongoing festivals include the Just for Laughs street festival in June. The Festival Nuits d’Afrique is also another summer festival to try. For cinema screenings, catch the Festival du Nouveau Cinema from February – June.
Montreal is exciting to visit regardless of the season. Summer days see outdoor festivals, including the Jazz Fest concert. Neighbourhoods come to life and artwork is sold on the street in the summer too. Late fall brings out the ice skates and star gazing at Old Port of Montreal. Catch the lights and enjoy gourmet meals in the winter while attending the Montreal en Lumière festival.
Best Western Plus Hotel Montreal
161 Rue Sainte Catherine East, Montreal, QC, Canada
Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth Gold Experience
900 Blvd Rene Levesque West-Bldg A, Montreal, QC, Canada
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Montreal is one of those cities where the creativity practically drips from the sky! The architecture, events, and local eateries offer a combination of French and English aesthetics with Montreal’s unique twist. Inventions are made daily in local kitchens, theatres feature innovative performances, and the urban art scene of the city makes walking tours a must for anyone visiting the area. When visiting Montreal, you have a few neighbourhoods to choose from, each with their own set of benefits to consider.
Downtown is like most downtown areas, including the bustling office district with towering buildings, restaurants, and traffic. However, this part of Montreal does not empty once the clock strikes 5:00 pm. Instead, the city is vibrant, alive, and safe to explore. Hotels in the area conveniently connect via the underground passageway, so you can escape the weather and get to your hotel on foot. Two hotels in the area to try include Montreal Marriott Chateau Champlain and Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth, which reopens summer 2017 with a complete renovation.
Take in the boutique shops, historic charm, and quaint little buildings of Old Montreal. Hotels here are smaller but still quite luxurious. You can catch a ride on a horse-drawn carriage, visit the Notre-Dame Basilica, and walk to the river district with ease. Enjoy a walk along the cobblestone streets and find your perfect stay at the Auberge du Vieux-Port.
Le Plateau Mont-Royal
If you want something artsy and almost funky with style, the Plateau Mont-Royal neighbourhood is where you want to be. Here you can stay at the Hotel Plateau Royale and enjoy a free breakfast with your stay. For a cozier retreat, book your room at the Hotel Anne Ma Soeur Anne, which is a small chamber hotel with just 17 rooms.
Griffintown is the blue-collar area of Montreal, but over the years has endured massive gentrification, creating an artsy, industrial-like vibe. Here you have quick access to public transportation, and you can stay at Hotel Alt Montreal.
Mile End is part of the Plateau Mont-Royal but consists of 10 blocks of cafes, restaurants, and trendy boutique shops. The hotels here are equally artsy and fun, like Kutuma Hotel & Suites. This African-themed hotel combines artistic styling with cozy at-home like features and each room is uniquely designed.
Mile Ex and the Village
Mile Ex is an up-and-comer in the trendy neighbourhoods of Montreal. However, this area has some of the hippest locations in the city, and the Gay Village has after-hours clubs, cabaret shows, and fashion boutiques galore. Stay at the Hotel Le Relais Lyonnais or the Auberge Le Pomerol.
Montreal does not have to be an expensive visit. In fact, you can find budget-friendly accommodations for under $100 CAD per night. The Hotel Travelodge Montreal Centre sits on Rene Levesque Boulevard West and has a centralized location. Walk to public transportation, restaurants, and visit most of Downtown by foot. The Days Inn Montreal East sits on Metropolitan Boulevard East. While not as centrally located, it offers an affordable stay and sits close to the Montreal Botanical Garden and the Olympic Stadium. To have a more luxurious, but affordable stay, you can try the Embassy Suites by Hilton Montreal. This hotel sits in the financial district and you can walk to the Port of Montreal, local museums, and check out the hottest nightlife.
Find inspiration everywhere you go in the city of Montreal. For a taste of the historical areas, spend your day walking through the 18th century buildings in Vieux-Montreal, which have museums and shops. The Montreal Biodome is also a good place to visit when traveling as a family.
Visiting Montreal for 4 nights is the most common choice for our users.
The price of a hotel in Montreal depends on several factors such as star rating, location and demand. Generally speaking, the average cost of a hotel is around C$ 188 per night.
Room prices for hotels in Montreal can be as much as 62% lower in the month of April. So this is a great time to book and save money.
Saturday is the day where you will typically find the lowest price for your hotel room in Montreal. The highest price tends to be on Monday.
Hostels in Montreal (including hotels rated 2 stars and below) cost C$ 162 per person, per night on average. This is C$ 26 per night cheaper than the average cost of hotels in Montreal.
With an average temperature of 3 °C and a fairly low chance of precipitation (94 mm), November is a great month to explore the outdoors near Montreal. Some great places to visit near Montreal in November are Vieux-Port de Montréal, Parc du Mont-Royal, and Mont Orford National Park.
Yes, Montreal does have vacation rentals. Of the 200 vacation rentals in Montreal, Campus1 Mtl Student Residence Downtown Montreal is the most popular among our users. Find vacation rentals in Montreal.
Yes, Montreal hostels are available if you aren’t interested in staying at a traditional hotel. Auberge Bishop is the most popular out of the 155 hostels in Montreal. Search for deals on hostels in Montreal.
358 Rue Saint-Pierre, Montreal, QC, Canada
Hotel Terrasse Royale
5225 Côte-Des-Neiges, Montreal, QC, Canada
Avenue du Parc,4544, Montreal, QC, Canada
Samesun Montreal Central
1586 Saint-Hubert, Montreal, QC, Canada
430 Rue Sherbrooke Est, Montreal, QC, Canada
Auberge St. Jacques
6120 St-Jacques Street, Montreal, QC, Canada
Hôtel Le Chablis
5800 Sherbrooke Est, Montreal, QC, Canada
Hotel Montreal Metropolitain, Bw Premier Collection
3400 Boul Crémazie E, Montreal, QC, Canada
Quality Inn Centre-Ville
1620 St. Hubert Street, Montreal, QC, Canada
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