Sofitel Montreal Golden Mile
What We Love
- The hotel is within walking distance of the metro, museums and art galleries
- Excellent French restaurant with an outdoor terrace for the summer months
- Guestrooms have rich woods and sleek furnishings
- Large, elegant marble bathrooms with rainfall shower heads
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What To Know
- This is a Free Cancellation Sale, so you can cancel your reservation (up to 24 hours before) without a penalty
- The property opened in 2003
- Rooms are relatively small (Superior Rooms are just 240 square feet)
- There's a slightly corporate vibe; staff is attentive but all business
- Pet-friendly, with no additional cost and no weight limit
- Valet parking is $35 per day
- Must cancel reservations at least 24 hours prior to arrival in order to receive full refund. Otherwise, first night room rate and tax will be forfeited
- Eco friendly
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Located in a glass tower in the historic Golden Square Mile district, the Sofitel Montreal has serious modern style, true French flavor and excellent downtown views. The rooms may not be large (Superior Rooms are just 240 square feet), but what the hotel lacks in space it makes up for with a comfortable and sleek approach. Each room has floor-to-ceiling windows, rich wood paneling, large closets, goose featherbeds and pillows, and marble bathrooms with rainfall showerheads and L’Occitane products. The on-site Restaurant Renoir has a sunny, open atmosphere and serves classic French dishes, which you can enjoy alfresco on the outdoor terrace during the summer months. With its oh-so-chic urban decor and somewhat corporate vibe, this hotel is slightly more formal than a casual guest may prefer. The staff is more business than play, but you’ll still find the Sofitel an excellent home base for exploring everything Montreal has to offer.
In the Area
Check out the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Montreal, Canada’s oldest museum, housing lots of Quebecois art, Mediterranean archaeology, decorative arts and European masterworks (including handsome Picassos, Rembrandts and El Grecos). Those looking to stay active should visit the century-old Parc La Fontaine, which offers bike trails and jogging paths (you can even cross-country ski or snowshoe in the winter); it also has waterfalls, fountains, playing fields, tennis courts and an open-air theater. Want to get in touch with nature? Head to the Biodome de Montreal, which has walk-through recreations of a tropical rain forest (complete with monkeys dangling overhead), a Laurentian forest, the St. Lawrence marine system and a polar environment. When you’re ready to flex that plastic, take a stroll down Rue Ste-Catherine to peruse the stylish department stores and luxury boutiques; head to Rue Sherbrooke for international and Canadian fashion boutiques and galleries.
How to Get There
From the moment you arrive you're greeted with friendly smiles Maxime at the front desk is so efficient and nice.The restaurant the chef came to discuss my allergies with me both meals were fantastic but he prepared the cod for the last night especially for me and I honestly think that was the best meal I ever had .If you want a drink at the bar Marie-Loo will advise you she's a darling.
Felt welcomed the moment I pulled up to the front door. Service was impeccable all the way around. Front desk friendly and efficient. Bellman (Naim) went above and beyond to try to rescue a lost item from my cab. Food and service at restaurant made me feel so special. food delighted me with delicious taste, beautiful presentation, 3 course meal with reasonable price. The ambiance is European, regal and luxurious.
The check-in was effortless and smooth. The concierge was as helpful as always. The room was very nice and clean. The gym is small be had everything I needed.
Great location too. I always stay at Sofitel when visiting Montreal.
From the time you arrive you feel warm, good and welcome. Maybe because outside is so cold. Good and efficient reception, they even accommodate gracefully an early check in.
Good comfortable room (I did not find the sleepers). And a wonderful breakfast at the Renoir, out standing friendly service.
Excellent service from beginning to end, from reception to room service. Particular thanks to Marianne (i believe that is her name) who was at reception. She was very friendly and helpful. We will be back!!!