Le St-Martin Hôtel Particulier Montréal
What We Love
- Cocktails and a delicious dinner at Bistro l’Aromate
- The heated outdoor saltwater pool is open year-round
- Free WiFi
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What To Know
- Best for those looking for a hip, sophisticated vibe
- The hotel opened in June 2010
- Valet parking costs $29 nightly
- Read up on what to do in the area in our 72 Hours in Montreal guide
- Eco friendly
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
This hotel immerses guests in Montreal’s cosmopolitan vibe, with downtown views and a sophisticated sense of style defining this sleek stay on the corner of De Maisonneuve Boulevard and Rue Mansfield. Seventeen floors rise above a backdrop of sparkling city lights, with views of Mont Royal and the city’s top attractions — from Parc du Mont Royal and Vieux-Montréal to the Musée des Beaux-Arts — are minutes away. For couples and singles in town for a weekend, the hotel serves as a perfect base for exploring the city’s vibrant nightlife, luxury shopping and culture.
Bed & Bath
Minimalism meets comfort in each of the 123 guestrooms and suites. Dark furnishings tastefully balance the cream and white motif of the rooms, with pleasing design perks like graphic modern art and animal print blankets. Grand Luxe rooms have a separate bath and shower behind sliding doors. Le St-Martin stakes its name on its rooms’ views, guaranteeing you won’t spot a back alley during your stay. The windows on the lower floors open up to the bustling street, while the higher floors show off the city skyline and Mont Royal.
A highlight of staying here is dining at Bistro l’Aromate. Not only can guests taste inventive Mediterranean-inspired specialties, either on the main floor terrace or looking out through huge windows from the mezzanine, they can also sip cocktails at the chic bar, a cool nightspot in itself.
How to Get There
Le St-Martin is a nice boutique hotel. The lobby is small, as are the rooms, however the front desk and bellhop service is great. Being greeted nicely after a long flight with a smiling face and a cold bottle of water is a nice touch. The hotel is dated and when I asked for a place to change from my business clothes to my casual clothes for my flight I was told to go to the 2nd floor washroom. No food service after 10 p.m. and a very limited minibar and snack offering leaves room for improvement. The room was clean and the bed was soft so it was nice for a one night stay.
Have stayed here twice and the rooms, service and location are top notice. Rooms are clean and well accommodated. This might be one of the better hotel values in the central Laval area. It's also located near numerous shopping and restaurant venues
Great location, very well appointed rooms that are super comfortable. Gym is too small, buffet breakfast is nothing special, but the a la carte scrambled eggs with potato and gf toast was very good. Cappucino was very ordinary, to be polite, but the service was first rate.
Stayed three nights. Comfortable, modern, clean and one of the quietest rooms I’ve ever stayed in. Great location, good service. Only negative point was the breakfast buffet, which was not included in the hotel fee. I went down over an hour and a half after the buffet was opened. There were several buffet trays out with what the server said were “hot” foods (meats, eggs, pancakes, potatoes, etc). When I scooped out some eggs, it was obvious they had been out there for a while because the outside layer was a much darker cover than the inside. When I sat down and tried the “hot” items, they were all cold and inedible. I looked over at the trays and realized the burners weren’t even turned on. I couldn’t eat any of the hot foods. Would definitely stay at the hotel again but would never try the breakfast. Thankfully there are good breakfast places within walking distance of the hotel.
A short review would read, great bedroom, good evening meals in the restaurant, however the breakfast itself was dreadful and the service even worse. This was so bad that we decided to take the advice we were given on the desk when arriving and eat elsewhere after the first day.
It is not very central to the tourist bits and if we stayed in Montreal again would not stay here for that reason rather than any other.