What We Love
- Proximity to upscale bars and classy restaurants on Boulevard Saint-Laurent
- Hotel 10 allows pets (for a fee)
- Kids 12 and under stay at no additional cost
- Personal training sessions (additional fee) and drop-off transport to local sights (within a 3.1-mile radius)
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What To Know
- Bar à vin opened in July 2015 and serves lunch, dinner and evening cocktails
- Business travelers make up the core of the clientele during the week; nightlife enthusiasts arrive on the weekend
- You can save a few dollars by parking off-site, but the convenience of the valet ($28 per day, plus tax) is worth it
- Eco friendly
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Hotel 10 has one foot in Montreal’s past and one in the present, blending a historic 1914 “Édifice Godin” building with a blocky modernist addition. They’re both a nod to the hotel’s status as the first poured concrete building in North America. The architecture pays tribute to this past through such accents as glossy cement ceilings in the rooms. The interiors are all modern, with sexy, clean-lined furniture.
Bed & Bath
Though minimalist, the rooms feel indulgent thanks to thoughtful layouts (think long desks) and extras like plush white bedding, fluffy robes and glass-walled showers. The suites offer an expanded living space with retro-style furniture and a deep soaking tub. Muted grays and royal purples — a signature of Canadian designer Rosanna Campolongo — lend warmth and sophistication.
Bar à vin (opened in July 2015) dishes up lunch, dinner and evening cocktails. And you don’t need to leave the hotel to partake in Montreal’s nightlife. At the on-site club, BVLD 44, you’ll find fluorescent cocktails, buzzy DJs and a decidedly local crowd.
In the Area
At the intersection of the business and entertainment districts, Hotel 10 is uniquely situated to take advantage of the best of “Quebec’s Metropolis.” Wander down to Old Montreal to explore the historic streets, or take the hotel’s free transportation service to the underground shopping at La Ville Souterraine, one of the largest such complexes in the world. Must-dos include perusing the art at Montreal’s Musée d’Art Contemporain, meandering through the Jardin Botanique (the third-largest in the world) and watching the spectacle of La Joute (Joust), a fountain of fire. To get a real taste of the city, head to wine bar Buvette Chez Simone, in the hip Mile End district, and sample artisanal chocolates at Suite 88 in the bohemian-chic Plateau neighborhood.
How to Get There
My husband and I stayed here last week for two nights as part of a little getaway in Quebec ( we stayed for three days in Saint Sauveur first). We were so pleased with everything about this hotel. We had reserved the Godin Suite and I highly recommend it. It's massive with lots of room to spread out and the beautiful bathroom was the size of my first apartment. The view from the gorgeous windows ( and there are lots of windows to bring in light to the room) was outstanding - looking right out at the corner of Sherbrooke and St. Laurent. I wished the little doors on the corner window opened so we could stand out on the " Juliette" balcony. Throughout the hotel there are plaques and posters describing the history of the hotel and the various events that occurred there. There's even a mysterious spiral staircase, glass enclosed, that they have preserved and given the history of. It's like staying in a museum.
Reception was friendly, although the rather late check in time of 4 pm was a bit of a waste of time. Parking was quite challenging but valet came out to guide us - after all, this is a very old city so you cannot expect "Holiday Inn" parking lots. Once our car was parked we walked everywhere.
We opted for the breakfast included package and was so glad we did! Not only was it delicious, but it was probably the best breakfast I've ever had! How do they make their bacon and sausages taste SO good? Various types of eggs, omelettes, bread, bagels ( real Montreal bagels!), potatoes and....French toast made out of chocolate croissants! I would have been happy just with that! The man serving us at breakfast was very friendly and helpful.
We enjoyed a drink whilst waiting for our room to be ready when we first arrived ( ok I guess it wasn't a complete waste of time). My husband enjoyed a very tasty local craft beer and I had a deliciously refreshing glass of Sangria at their cool bar that has a courtyard, partially covered to protect us from the devastating heat that week.
Our room was cleaned very well and our housekeeper provided us with a couple of things I had requested. One small complaint about our room was the wifi wasn't very good. Perhaps it was because we were in the old part of the hotel, but it was very slow. If the room wasn't so amazing we wouldn't have been lounging around in it so much and utilizing the wifi.
We definitely would love to return here when we can in the future!
Check in was not too nice or iam always expecting too much if I expect a friendly (or at least a) welcome while checking in; what didn’t happened.
I asked for a quiet room as I had an unbelievable long journey prior- and got the room just above the hiphop/Electro Bar. Next day I could move to a more quiet room which was nice.
Staff always acted a little conceited but still ok for a business trip.
Rooms were surprisingly big and very clean.
Hotel is literally in center city so most destinations are in walking distance.
We have been visiting Québec for our honey moon and we stayed a few days at Hotel 10, Rue Sherbrook. This is a beautiful place to stay and we mostly recommend its bar and its chef maître. Enjoy your stay!
Lorenzo e Valentina
If you want a place that has that luxury feel but at a fair price, this is the hotel for you. I would advise not to bring your family here. We had a bachelor party at this hotel and we weren't the only ones. The staff understands why people are there and do a great job at turning a blind eye to the mayhem that ensues. Let's just say they have a pretty friendly guest policy. I would recommend this hotel for large groups, looking for long nights and late mornings.
Hotel 10 is a very nice hotel. The location is not terribly far from old Montreal Mount Royal. The rooms are clean and modern; comfortable beds; nice bathroom. There was a VERY LOUD party in the courtyard of the hotel with some serious bass playing for several hours. In all fairness, we were told at check-in. But otherwise, a great place and good location