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
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- 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
I stayed here because it was going to be 10 min walk down the road to the conference. I forgot sherbrooke area is by a little "hill". The location is pretty good if you are driving because there is a gas station right in front of the building.
Valet parking was hard to find and you would end up driving by because the building is at a narrow 'block' corner, but convenient once you discover the spot to pull into or the mini side street to park at.
There is a shuttle service, which is a hit or miss because their valet are also their driver so it can be a bit of a wait.
If you are in a hurry to grab your car and drive around, maybe be more patient, but otherwise the location is great to relax and chill and enjoy the city.
It is near place des artes for all the activities there, and near and IGA.
I did not get to walk around the eateries in this area because I was in a hurry , but when I drove up the street there were tons to eat. Plus it was near La Fontane Park. maybe 10 drive or a 30 min chillax stroll.
The room was pretty big, house keeping was spotty sometimes there's a shower gel sometimes missing body lotion. But as I said, I attended a conference so it wasn't too much of a hassle for me.
Good location, but be careful of that ' hill' along sherbrooke, it can be surprising if you have big luggage to haul up to check in.
Arriving late on a Friday evening by auto without really knowing where the hotel was, the GPS was not terribly helpful, so, our first encounter was with the desk staff by phone for help with directions. As a first impression, it was pretty good! But upon successfully following the directions and finally arriving, the impression immediately got even better! Courteous, helpful, and clearly tuned-in to the fatigued state of these two travelers, the reception and desk staff were extremely polite, welcoming, and friendly. Since we were meeting a friend already checked in, we enjoyed a drink and light supper in the lobby's restrobar. It was just what the doctor ordered! Laid back, friendly, attentive service and good food and drink were another positive impression of the first hour in this lovely hotel located very conveniently to all the places we wanted to explore in Montreal. We were comfortably locate don the 5th floor with a nice view of Montreal and, despite the fact that there were other partying guests on our floor, we never heard a sound once we were in our room. Throughout tour 3 day stay we were never once disappointed by any of the staff, facilities, service, or ambiance of this modern by cozy feeling renovated space that so enhanced our first time in the beautiful, historic city of Montreal.
A special note about the Breakfast which was reasonably priced for a gracious spread with a wide variety of delicious breakfast foods and a chef and wait staff that was "over the top" in terms of friendliness and attentive service, and graciously warm and welcoming. A must for anyone who likes breakfast in a bright and cheerful atmosphere. A special shout out to Denis Cote who made us feel extremely comfortable and welcome.
spent 5 nights at 10 hotel and loved it-especially the breakfast and the sizzlemaker Denis. He is a star-every hotel should have a Denis. From the food he cooks, displays serves-everything done with an extra special touch and sizzle!
The rooms were great, however marijuana is legal in montreal and the noise and the smell tends to waft up through the windows! make sure you ask for a quiet room. The great free concierge service was an added bonus too!
My wife and I just left this delightful small hotel. They have added a low rise addition to an historic property. Although small, they have all that anyone would need. Our room on the first floor was spacious with lots of light and all modern modular units. A king bed and large screen tv added to the new decor.
The place is very clean and well maintained. They refreshed our room supplies daily(( towels Nespresso. Pods). They offer a beautiful buffet breakfast ( although pricy). The Desk staff is extremely accommodating. The complimentary car service is pleasure ,although not really needed ,do to the excellent bus routes in this part of town!
We had a very pleasant stay and will definitely return in the future!
We stayed at Hotel 10 for a weekend getaway and we had a wonderful time! The room was beautiful, clean, and spacious, the decor of the hotel was really interesting, and both breakfast and valet were included. The location is excellent, right in the heart of the city.
The staff were all incredibly kind and helpful. Special shout out to Pari, who really helped to make our stay extra comfortable and special!