Le Saint Sulpice Hotel

, Montreal, Canada
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Le Saint Sulpice Hotel

, Montreal
4 star

Rooms: 108

414 Rue Saint Sulpice - Montreal - Quebec - H2Y 2V5 - Canada | 514-288-1000
503 Traveller

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A wonderful experience
Submitted by: Stephen Brenner in 21/06/05
  • Age Group: 51 - 60
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Luxury Traveller
We had never been to Montreal before, and our choice of Le Saint Sulpice Hotel was a somewhat random one, done from a web site. But when we arrived, we knew immediately that it was the right choice. We were greeted at the door like old friends, the desk staff was friendly and attentive, and our room wsa more than we could have hoped for. It was spacious, comfortable and well-appointed. The decor was contemporary, perhaps even a bit edgy, but we just loved it. In fact, I even took pictures to help us remember our stay better.
We enjoyed the common areas (I expect that others did as well, as there was a wedding during our stay) and the location was perfect for our purposes. It was easy to walk to the waterfront, and there was an abundance of very good restaurants right nearby. In fact, our car didn't come out of the garage until we left (sadly, I might add.)
We don't speak French. The staff was all bilingual and like so many other places in Montreal, hearing French spoken to others made our visit seem all the more special.
We returned home and recommended the hotel to friends and family alike. I honestly could not find a single, even small thing to criticize. Staying there was as good as it gets at a small hotel.
well situated luxury
Submitted by: Bradford Green in 26/06/05
  • Age Group: 51 - 60
  • From: Canada
  • Traveller type: Business Traveller
The most tastefully appointed room I have ever had the pleasure of staying in. The staff was first class and the hotel was located at the centre of everything. No need for a vehicle, everything you would want in old Montreal was within walking distance. We did not dine at the hotel only because there were so many fine restaurants to try in the area. Would definitely return.
Loved It!
Submitted by: Don Schacter in 19/05/05
  • Age Group: 51 - 60
  • From: Canada
  • Traveller type: Family Traveller
The hotel is small and in a great area. We loved the suite and would definitely go back.

Historical Traveller Reviews of Le Saint Sulpice Hotel

Luxury weekend in Old Montreal

from A TripAdvisor Member
Although we've been all over the world, we have done very little travel in our own country, and this year we decided to take a few weekends and do just that. We stayed in the St. Sulpice for 4 nights, and the hotel is very nice, ranking with some of the nicer European hotels we have stayed in. This is an all-suite hotel, and the rooms are huge and include a bed, a hide-a-bed, a fridge/minibar, microwave, stove and 2 TVs. There is also ample room for a cot if you are travelling with a large family. I'd agree with one of the other reviews that the beds could be a bit more comfortable, but we didn't find the bed so hard that we couldn't sleep or anything.

The location of the St. Sulpice is ideal - just down the hill from the Notre Dame cathedral and 1 block from the waterfront, you are in the heart of Old Montreal, but still in a quiet area.

The breakfast that was included in our package was not great, but again is on par with what you would find in continental Europe; don't write off the hotel restaurant based on that though. We had dinner there one night and it was outstanding; the desert especially was I think the best I have ever had. There are also literally dozens of restaurants within walking distance to sample - you could stay there for a week and never eat at the same place twice. Highlights were the Jardin Nelson on Place Jaques Cartier for some good lunch-hour people watching (and excellent sangria) and the crepe tent set up down by the water.

Montreal itself is great - there are a ton of things to do and see at any time, and July seems to be festival month. On Saturday alone we took in the Jazz Festival, a Caribbean festival and an international fireworks competition, and the previous 2 days were marked by Canada Day celebrations. We'd like to return for the comedy festival next year, but in any event will be returning and staying at the St. Sulpice.

good for jetlag

from billycat
I went from united arab emirates for a business trip and stay at the St-Sulpice Hotel in the Old Port of Montreal. The first time I get there I was completely Exhausted, Jetlag-Punched!, and my back was killing me. The front desk girl, (really friendly and smilly) suggested me to get a massage in my room. My massage-therapist saved my life with her special oil and her magical touch! Bravo! I was totally impressed with all the customer service in the Hotel and services around. I will for sure recommend you this Hotel, in this aera and of course a massage!

Absolutely the best

from A TripAdvisor Member
This hotel exceeded our expectations. The location (right behind Notre Dame) was wonderful as was everything about the experience. The room was huge and well appointed with every convenience we could have desired. Furnishings were contemporary but simple and the building, although only a few years old, fit in beautifully in this historic neighborhood. The service was superlative. We would recommend this hotel without reservation.

No is not an option...

from A TripAdvisor Member
I was recently a guest in this wonderful boutique hotel and trust me it's not going to be the last time. From pulling up to the drive way to checking out after 3 memorable nights, everyhting was flawless! The rooms are generous in size, well equiped and comfortable. The restaurant has a great menu and the wait staff are very courteous (Vincent and Nicolas, if I remember right...?). The gym is fair in size but has all the equipment needed for a good workout. The spa manager (Dan) seems like a know it all and was advising me to try other machines, nice of him but I've been doing my routine for 10 years and it's working out fine. The front of the house staff? the most incredible team of bellmen (Rafal, Dave, Alex and Marco) you could ever be served by; polite, courteous and always smily. The reception staff should all get a raise for being so helpful and efficient. If I had to pinpoint the most outstanding part of my stay? It would have to be the concierge. This young asian man (Patrick) gave my wife and I the most incredible service we could ever get. We had been paused for our weekend with losing a piece of our luggages from the airline, with one phone call he got it delivered 2 hours after we shared the story with him. He made all the arrangements for our lunches and dinners, wonderful suggestions always right on track and found us tickets to a sold out Opera show at cost price without going through the broker. He kept on saying that the creed of the hotel taught by the General Manager was NO IS NOT AN OPTION! I will surely recommend this hotel to many of our friends. Keep up the good work St-Sulpice!

Needs Work

from A TripAdvisor Member
I loved the decor of this hotel. The rooms were relatively large and tastfully done. However, unless you sleep on the floor at home, prepare yourself for a poor night's sleep on these very hard beds. They certainly weren't condusive to a good night's sleep - much less a "romantic" weekend. I slept on the couch 2 of the 3 nights. As for breakfast vouchers, I advise you not to eat in the hotel's restaurant.
I ate breakfast there 2 days. The first was barely acceptable and the second was not eatable. I sent it back because it was cold and it returned burned. The waitstaff obviously has not been trained or just doesn't care - in sharp contrast to the front desk personnel who were very helpful. I wouldn't recommend this hotel, but with some work it could be a gem.

t be too cheap

from brownhound
My girlfriend and I stayed there for 3 nights over New Years weekend and had a very nice time. Great sized room, good sized bathroom, etc. She said it was the best place we've stayed, and I couldn't really disagree.Tip though -- I booked through hotels (I believe expedia would have same result) because it was the cheapest rate by a few dollars. It ended up not saving any money because (a) the breakfast was not included, costing about $15 per person per day -- it seemed like everyone else's was complementary, and (b) we couldn't get tax back (about $100 US total) because technically you don't pay Canadian tax when you book through hotels. Therefore, the few dollars saved didn't make it worth it -- just so you know.

Beautiful Hotel - except for Spa

from A TripAdvisor Member
Hotel was beautiful, and spacious for Old Montreal. Staff were very friendly and helpful. Room was very large, and tastefully designed. Our breakfast was buffet style, and a great selection. I believe that you can get an "a la carte" menu if you like. The only main problem we had was with the spa or lack of one. We tried to book a massage for one of the 3 days we were there but nobody was available. Also my wife wanted a facial, but nobody worked the weekend. Also apparently there was an electrical problem and we could not use any of the other spa faciltiies for the entire weekend. Otherwise, I would highly recommend.

t stay anywhere else.

from A TripAdvisor Member
This hotel equals or surpasses some of the best boutique hotels I've stayed in (Campton Place in San Francisco; Inn of the Anasazi in Santa Fe; Hotel Mayaland in the Yucatan; etc.) The suites are big and luxurious. It's hard to imagine how the staff could be more friendly (and there's no bowing and scraping, which I guess some people like).
At first I was worried about the location because of its distance from Downtown, but that was not an issue; Old Montreal is one of the more interesting parts of the city, now, and Downtown is walking distance during the day and a cheap cab ride (or chepaer subway ride) at night.
Unlike the other traveler, I was bowled over by the breakfast buffet.
My ONLY complaints are: There were two niches in the walls that were missing their sculpture/shelves/whatever belonged there, and the massage therapist was mediocre. The hotel is not expensive, so I definitely will be back.

would love to go back

from A TripAdvisor Member
very attractive hotel- great customer service, nice rooms, nice restaurant, good location. went for a few nights withj my girlfriend- she and i both found it very romantic- had romm with fireplace(had requested this but when i arrived they told me none left, after a few phone calls made by the bell hop-(knowing i was very unhappy)-we had our fireplace- by the way they cant guarantee a fireplace will be available when you arrive even if you book one!- cant figure that one out. nevertheless, a really nice comfortable place with people that do their best to make sure your stay is a pleasant one- i would return!

would return

from tomay
great place, terrific customer service- by the way my girlfriend felt hotel is very romantic- we had room with fireplace- also we both enjoyed the continental breakfast! when you arrive you also get coupons for a free cocktail or glass of wine from bar! restaurant is nice, rooms attractive and clean, very attentive service, great location- lots of very good places to eat within walking distance. all in all highly recommended. looking forward to going back!

Top Local Tips for Montreal

Getting around If you stay in the Old Port area, you will be near most attractions. But use the underground Metro to get to the other areas of the city. VERY easy to get around. Traffic is too heavy in the city to use cabs at resasonable costs. If you stay in the old port area, walking is no problem. Cab to the port from the airport is $35.00. There's a bus shuttle that only goes to downtown hotels (not Old Port) for $13.00 a person.

Beware of Jacques Cartier Place Jacques-Cartier is fun for its street vendors and people watching, but beware of rip-offs at the restaurants that line the street. Stick to Rue Saint Paul for great places to eat.

Ile Ste.-Helene Great place to visit. Easy by Metro or Ferry. Stewart Museum has re-enactors doing military parades and gun firings at noon and parades in full costume.


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  • Address: 414 Rue Saint Sulpice - Montreal - Quebec - H2Y 2V5 - Canada
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