Sheraton Le Centre Montreal Hotel

Address: 1201 Boulevard Rene-Levesque West, Montreal, Quebec, H3B 2L7, Canada | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Downtown area of Montreal, is near Bell Centre, 1000 de La Gauchetiere, Infotouriste Centre, and Windsor Station.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Sheraton Le Centre Montreal Hotel

    Always stay here!


    I always stay at the Le Centre and really enjoy it. The staff is wonderful, efficient, sleek...the lobby is bustling and just ok. The renovated rooms, however, are extremely comfortable. Whereas a Ritz-Carlton puts all of it's money in armoires and such, I've found that renovated Sheratons (especially this one) put their money in the beds - that's what I want to be the best. And the location is great!

    The View? Cheers! The Staff? Jeers!


    Stayed at Le Centre Sheraton on February 20-21 while in Montreal for a Josh Groban concert at Le Centre Bell (only one block south of the hotel--very convenient).Had room 1717 with a great view of Mont Royal, Westmount, and the lighted cross.Beds were exceptionally comfortable and the shower was decadent.The only reason I don't give the hotel 5 stars is that the front desk staff was surly at check-out. The young woman insisted I should have used the TV/instant check-out even though it was not working (I tried several times to no avail) and then curtly informed me, "well, it IS working" and slapped my bill down on the counter and walked away. A let-down ending to a great stay.

    Wonderful stay


    I stayed at the hotel for New Year's eve with my fiance. I had such a great time. The room and the view was beautiful. The customer service was great. I will recommend this hotel to anyone who is planning to take a trip to Montreal.

    Great !


    I recommend this hotel to everybody! The service is great, we were close of everything in downtown, Catherine Street, Bell Center,....

    I'll return !!

    Couldn't have asked for a better!


    My husband and I just returned from a three night stay in Montreal. We were very happy with Le Centre Sheraton. Great service, clean rooms, very comfortable beds, awesome view of the city, convient location, reasonably priced underground parking....we couldn't have asked for more. When we return to Montreal, I won't even consider another hotel.

    In the Center of it all!


    I just got back from vacation and had to write a review about this hotel. This was a last minute trip and I booked the room the day before we arrived. I was able to secure a King size bedroom on the Club level and I have to admit that at first I was very nervous because I read some negative reviews on here. They were not true at all! This hotel is very nice. The only area that is a little "yucky" is the garage area since they are doing that section of the hotel over. The rooms very very nice, very clean and the service was outstanding. The price was not too unreasonable, since it included a free continental breakfast on the club floor. This breakfast was much better then any I had ever had with any room that I have stayed in previously. Everything was fresh and very good; the service was white glove! But the biggest plus of this hotel was the location. We were two blocks from Crescent Street, which is a very happening area with restaurants and during the many festivals that Montreal hosts, this is one of the areas that is closed off for concerts. There is also my favorite restaurant, Angus Beef, right down the block. I have been to Montreal before and stayed at the Hotel du Fort, which is also a great hotel, but just a bit further from where I wanted to be. I would highly recommend this hotel and tell every one to splurge on the Club Room floors for the comforts of the nicer beds, continental breakfast and nice views. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions about this hotel, the hotel du fort or anything else about Montreal!

    Great hotel room and location


    The hotel room was very comfortable, especially the bed. In fact, I would say it was the most comfortable hotel bed I've slept in. We were close to St. Catherine and 1 1/2 blocks from the subway. With a good view of Mont Royal and a wide range of restaurants and nightclubs to choose from, we couldn't have asked for a better place to stay. The slight problem I had during our visit -- the concierge wasn't available in the evenings to help with directions.

    Stay Away From This One


    Hotel desperately need renovations. It is very outdated. Not at all like other Sheratons. Very expensive for what you get. Not connected to the underground city. Service was the pitts.

    Loved the atmosphere and location


    We stayed here in October and were right in the middle of everything. Close to the underground shopping, fine arts museum and metro line (took to old Montreal) also we were 3 blocks from the train which we took to Quebec. The rooms were clean and modern and the help was great. The pool was enjoyed everynight with hot tub and exercise room. Many places to sit and read on various floors.

    Would highly reccommend!

    Renovated rooms


    make sure you request a renovated room.the ones that aren't tend to be shabby

    TripAdvisor Reviews Sheraton Le Centre Montreal Hotel

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Montreal

    Explosions, monsters and a decapitation

    A travel blog entry by williamluff on Jul 11, 2012

    19 photos

    ... and launch straight into 'Moonchild' followed by a a searing 'Can I Play With Madness?', at ear-shattering volume. It's like standing in a sonic wind tunnel. Bruce, ever the renaissance man, speaks to the audience in fluent French, explaining the concept of tonight's show, and the fact the band will be delving deep into their vast catalogue. Rarely played numbers like 'The Prisoner' and 'Afraid To Shoot Strangers' get great receptions while stone cold classics such as ...

    Sunday Strolling in the heart of Downtown

    A travel blog entry by kathypender on Nov 13, 2011

    1 comment, 54 photos

    ... s emotion through space."

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