February 6, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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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
We had a delightful weekend getaway here. Nearly everything is within walking distance-- fine dining, great live music, shops, museums, galleries, spa. Our room kept the charm of the old building (huge windows, stone walls) but had the modern comforts of a very comfortable bed and a nice bathroom. Breakfast comes with the room; the options include crepes, breakfast poutine, eggs Benedict, fruit, yogurt. I would definitely return here.
The Staff is amazing ,they will do anything to make your stay one to remember. Beautiful and spotless rooms. Perfect location close to all the great restaurants including the Gaspar that is located at the hotel. One of the only hotelâ€™s that offers water front views . Will be returning for sure . A big thumbs up to all the staff !!!
jl547 - gatineau.qc
An old industrial building, steps from the earliest foundation of the vielle ville of Montreal - but historic interest is only part of its charm. We had a large room overlooking rue St-Paul, with an inconveniently-placed but completely charming old column near the bed, slightly sloping floor, an enormous bathroom with another (more convenient) column, exposed beams, huge well-insulated windows, and luxurious amenities (robe, slippers, toiletries). Since rue St-Paul is a touristy street with bars and restaurants, the location is lively (in the summer, perhaps it would be too lively for the early-to-bed crowd?). Possibly a port-facing room would be quieter; at any rate we slept very well. There is a convenient metro system a 5-minute walk away, but we walked from the hotel all through the centre ville, even in the extreme cold of January 2018. Staff was helpful, professional and friendly, and always on hand. Attached restaurant was quite good for breakfast (but be sure you understand "breakfast included" deals clearly - they can be confusing). We are world travelers, and this hotel will have a warm spot in our favorite memories. We miss our old wooden column already!
PilgrimMin - Chicago, Illinois
We stayed here for the NYE and it was fantastic. If you are shopping for a romantic place for your Montreal escapade, you can stop looking. It's a bit more expensive, but the location is perfect. Lots of great restaurants (including the awesome restaurant of the Hotel), and lots of fun places to walk to. For the New Years Eve, the view of the fireworks from the Hotel is perfect.
deli m - San Francisco, California
Great place to stay, right in the middle of old Montreal where all the action is. They have an excellent dining room and comfortable bar. The rooms are very tastefully decorated with a lot of character, Enjoyed every minute of our visit.
lea a - Alexandria, Canada