If you are heading to Montreal on business and are looking for an appropriate (and affordable) accommodation, look no further. When it comes to finding notable hotels at great prices that are perfect for work-related visits (good business center, proximity to the main business areas, a good lobby bar for inviting clients for drinks), Notable has done all the groundwork to guide you in the right direction.
St. Germain Hotel – 2050 Mansfield
This is one of our absolute favourites as it successfully combines corporate with boutique. Located right in the heart of Centreville, this stunning hotel offers beautiful and comfortable rooms, a hop, skip and jump proximity to Montreal’s financial district and major business center areas, and an amazing in-house hotel restaurant, Laurie Raphael, that will no doubt impress anyone you choose to wine and dine with. Let’s not forget their unique ‘Corporate Bundle’ offer, which includes a night’s stay, a meeting room, and a catered lunch for your group.
Sofitel – 1155 Sherbrooke West
The Sofitel is a corporate go-to in Montreal, as it is in many cities around the world). This centrally located, pristinely gorgeous hotel offers superb accommodations, an extensive business center, a delicious and world-renowned lobby restaurant (Renoir), and access to a plethora of options when it comes to meeting rooms and corporate event support.
Loews Vogue – 1425 Montagne
Another hotel name that is world-renowned, the Loews Vogue in Montreal has been a fixture hotel in the Montreal downtown core for many years and a favourite for many business people on their work-related stopovers. Notably classy, this high-end hotel not only has a great lobby restaurant, but also boasts a separate lobby bar that we believe serves up some of the best cocktails in the city. Its central location allows you to pretty much walk anywhere in Montreal considered to be downtown. Their support staff is some of the best in the city; you will be well looked after so you can focus your attention and energy on finalizing the big deal or wining and dining important clients.
Photo courtesy Loews Vogue