Travel Blogs from Montreal
... in he parliment building represents the nations that helped mold the province. It is the St Georges flag, but each quadrant had a symbol one for England, Ireland, Scotland & France. No Welsh input here! I want to come up with some sly remark but can't think of one. Five minutes further on is a cross that kinda looks like an electrical pylon. It is in recognition of some dude who carried a wooden one up here. At night it glows in ...
... to me that the buildings I was seeing here and some in Quebec, were some of the oldest buildings we had ever seen, the oldest being nearly 400 years old. By this time the pain of the bike ride had really set in and so Eleanor quickly prescribed an ice cream to help deal with the pain. Well it did provide some temporary relief but maybe the dose wasn’t big enough and we determined the best thing to do would be to go back to our hotel. By the time we got back to the hotel it ...
... things couldn't get any worse, he had a row with some guy because he caught him putting his feet on the seat. Luckily, this meant we were off the hook for a bit ... he didn't like people who still had their shoes on doing that ... didn't realise that the train provided entertainment! I just put my headphones on and blocked him out.
Arrived Montreal and had a very comfy night in the Novotel. It gets better, we picked up the car ...
... for his interview, I go out to the pool and have a quick, cooling dip. It's hardly a tranquil spot, filled with families vacationing noisily and businessmen drinking at the bar, but it's a pleasant enough twenty minutes, and soothes the aching feet after pounding the city streets for hours. Just after 5pm, we leave the hotel and walk two blocks to tonight's venue, the Bell Centre. We sneak in the back entrance and are soon met by Zeb, the production manager, ...
... sub because I hadn’t been to a cashpoint and only had $18 to my name.
We sat on the muggy subway for a number of stops as people stepped over my rucksack, they should be glad I didn’t bring the big one, and stepped out into the rain as it decided to pelt us whilst waiting for the bus; we were going to walk, but seeing as the card included bus travel and it was raining we opted for the lazy mode of travel. A hop, skip, and a ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Le Saint-Sulpice Montreal
Great, Except Breakfast Buffet
Stayed at this hotel from 13 November through 16 November 2003. A great facility. Kind and attentive staff. Clean and spacious rooms -- suites -- and common facilities. The restaurant and lounge are superior, albeit extremely expensive. The only downside was the breakfast buffet.
The buffet was poor, and hardly reflective of the facility. This is a fine, world-class hotel facility. It is located nicely in the heart of Old Montreal. The hotel leadership should take time soon to enhance the restaurant facilities. In short, don't hesitate -- stay at this fine facility, and eat (and drink) elsewhere.
They get it! First rate all the way, the Saint Sulpice has a well trained, intelligent and eager-to-be-helpful staff, verrrrry comfortable suites (and beds), a quietly confident ambience and a pleasing location in Old Montreal. room service is top drawer, the amenities are just right and it is quiet. We stayed at the Ritz Carlton for years ...but no more.
Watch out, Ritz
The good news is true about this place. The architects have effectively combined older buildings to create a contemporary space with clererly integrated decor. The fluently bilingual staff is young, energetic, and as attentive as you need them to be. The in house Restaurant "S" is very good indeed with an encyclopediac list of French and California reds. All in all the Saint provides the quality of service once touted at the Ritz.
Le Saint Sulpice..simply awesome!
The Saint Sulpice has to be the finest hotel I have ever had the pleasure of staying at. This superb hotel combines the charm of Old Montreal with Modern sleek designs. When you enter your room you will say as a colleague and I said independently...WOW! If business in your room is what you are after, you may want to go elsewhere but business can wait! Also the hotels restaurant is a fine example of European continental service and cuisine right here in North America. It has an impressive and diverse (from first growth Bordeaux to fine Burgundy and Rhones, some nice California selections like Turley Zins to Inniskiln Ice wine from Canada)wine list. When our plane got cancelled leaving Montreal, our first thought was "lets get back to the Saint Sulpice tonight!".
I loved the Saint Sulpice
I felt rich when I stayed at the saint Sulpice; the staff pampered me, the concierges delighted in sending me to neighborhood restaurants, and the breakfast in the restaurant was wonderful. I can't recommend it highly enough.
A Wonderful Hotel
The Saint Sulpice was one of the nicest hotels I've ever stayed in, and I've traveled a bit. The room was very comfortable, and the staff was pleasant, courteous and professional. I booked it through Expedia and got an unbelievable rate. It was quiet and off the beaten path. Stay here!
This is (by far) one of the most exceptional hotels I have ever stayed in. The style is unmatched, and does not at all look like a typical hotel room. The staff is always kind, and always helpful. The concierge helped on multiple occaisions. An unbelievable value for this grade of hotel (it deserves 5 stars).
Romance @ St Sulpice
We enjoyed a fabulous romantic week in Montreal in November, enhanced by our stay at the luxurious St. Sulpice. The ambiance and character of the publice spaces as well as the charm of the ENORMOUS standard suite was fantastic. Full kitchen was a big plus for preparing light late-nite snacks prepared from delacies gathered while shopping during the day. Room service was spectacular. Staff was enthusiastic and extremely helpful (right down to offering a loaner umbrella during a surprise rain shower one evening!) Only minor complaint was houskeeping was often slow to make up the room, even after a repeat request. I have recommended this hotel to many of my friends who travel to Montreal on business, and am now happy to offer this web-based endorsement.
Nice Hotel in the Vieux Port
The St. Suplice is a new, very nice hotel located in the Vieux Port. The accomodations are excellent, and service was fine.
The hotel is well situated in order to enjoy this historic part of town, and there are plenty of restaurants, sights, and nice walks in the area. The Metro is close by, so it is easy to get around and see the rest of Montreal.
We were happy that we stayed in at the St. Suplice and in the Vieux Port.
Hotel Le Saint Sulpice - beautiful new hotel next to Notre Dame Cathedral
We just got back from an excellent long weekend in Montreal
If you are looking for a really beautiful modern hotel to stay, try Le Saint Sulpice.
It's next door to the Notre Dame cathedral and a short block away to the old Port (Vieux Port). The hotel just opened so everything is brand new and extremely comfortable
with leather chairs and cool stylish lamps (think Pottery Barn).
There's a fully equiped kitchen so we were able to store all the good things like cheese and wine for our picnics. Also the Botanical Garden is not to be missed at this time