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Auberge du Vieux-Port in Montreal, Canada
Situated in an historic 1882 building, Auberge du Vieux-Port boasts an illustrious past intrinsically linked to that of modern-day Montreal. Enjoying a close proximity to the St. Lawrence River, this former warehouse lay abandoned until 1995 when it was acquired and transformed into the jewel it is today. Now, this restored Old Montreal landmark offers an optimal location, refined accommodations and prize-winning French cuisine at the intimate Les Remparts.
Leisure in Old Montreal means international flair laced with old world charm. Patronize an array of museums in the arts and sciences, including the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. Embark on a cruise of the famed St. Lawrence Seaway or simply stroll the cobblestone streets that are home to myriad bistros, cafes and shops. Be sure and visit the Biosphere, one of the city's architectural masterpieces, and choose from a heady array of ongoing festivals held throughout the city. Breathtaking rooftop terrace dining in the hotel offers a magnificent view of the famed river and the perfect start to a dazzling Montreal evening.
Location of Auberge du Vieux-Port
Nearest Airport: YUL
Amenities for Auberge du Vieux-Port
- General Information
- 27 Guest Rooms
- Room Service
- Food & Wine
Reviews for Auberge du Vieux-Port
Would return to Montreal just to stay here. Our room, the staff, the overall character of the hotel capture all that Old Montreal has to offer. Great breakfast deal. Cannot wait to return. Careful attention has been paid to retaining the character of the old buildings and 21st century comfort. Elegant without being pretentious.
Julia H - Peterborough, Canada
Auberge du Vieux-Port's staff was the friendliest, most sincere (especially Michael at the front desk) we've ever had the pleasure of experiencing. Being in Old Montreal is like being in Paris, only closer. WE were able t see the giant ferris wheel from our window, making for a gorgeous view of its changing colors against a night sky. Perfect location; walk to Notre Dame and lots of cute little restaurants. Our room was a bit on the small side, but perfectly comfortable. Loved the exposed brick and super comfy bed. For a really unique experience, book a treatment and walk over to the floating spa Bota Bota. Particularly enjoyed dinner at nearby Modavie. Best of all, visit a local market, pick up some cheese and a bottle of French wine, and enjoy your stay!
hexagons - Long Island, New York
Montreal is one of the most culture-rich cities not just in Canada, but in the world. Wall to wall exhibitions, festivals and a general Joie de Vie inspire this haven of history and art. The nightlife? Great. The people? Friendly? The old town? A joy to explore. So it makes sense to do so from a top-value boutique hotspot like Auberge du Vieux-Port. With its stunning reception, friendly staff, and well-appointed rooms, the hotel is delightful in many regards. And yes, it ticks the boxes for that city-break experience in every sense. Beautiful views of Montreal's old port are a highlight and the position of this property to soak up the city is nothing less than brilliant. Unfortunately, this building is also an old one. Despite the modern trappings on offer, creaky floorboards and paper-thin walls as well as loud, slamming doors mean that crucial sleep is not a reality for guests here. Worse still, the hardwood floors mean guests upstairs (and through the wall) will resonate through the room. Despite being on the 'quiet side' of the hotel, away from a street hosting busy bars, I still found it impossible to get a night's sleep here. The saving grace, of course, was the excellent service. The staff were concerned about me and my wellbeing, so far as to offer me a complimentary room in a nearby apartment building the company also owned. Unfortunately, that room was host to a few suspect-looking bugs so I kindly declined the offer. That kind of service is a rare delight and it should be noted that I've rarely been so satisfied with a hotel's customer service. There is a real sense of professionalism and caring for guests here which makes it stand out; so much so that i'd even consider staying here again, despite not getting a wink of sleep. After all, earplugs are easy to find â€” but amazing service is not.
Michael M - London, England, United Kingdom
This is an exceptionally well-appointed hotel in the old city, with a wonderful view of the river. The staff were very welcoming and accommodating. The room was clean, comfortable and quiet. We would definitely return there.
jamesbX7573WN - Toronto, Ontario
I travelled to Montreal with two adult children and we stayed in 2 rooms on the 4th floor in the original part of this lovely hotel. I particularly appreciated the aesthetic of the wood floors (no worries about what's in a hotel room carpet), exposed beams, brick walls and huge windows that naturally light the room. The Premiere King room washroom includes a shower with multi-jet faucets and a double spa tub. Very luxurious. Just a heads up, after the spa tub empties, the jets cycle on to completely drain the system so no need to call the front desk and ask why the tub has turned itself on. The staff are, to a person, friendly, polite and helpful. Even though we were there in February, the weather was pleasant for a Montreal winter and the location is ideal, with lovely cafes, restaurants and boutiques within walking distance and easy access to other areas of the City to enjoy museums and local sights. I definitely plan on returning to this gem of a hotel.
traveler59877 - Toronto, Canada