As one of the very first design hotels to have been built in Canada, the Saint-Paul features a richly detailed Beaux-Arts facade that conceals ten purely contemporary floors. Inspired by nature, the decoration of the 120 rooms and suites alternates, depending on the floor, between the themes of fire, air, water and earth.
Expect monochromatic red bands and touches of orange and brown in the earth' rooms. The sky' rooms feature serene and monochrome expanses of white, cream and grey-blue. The suede headboards, the faux fur rugs and chairs in cowhide prints, contrast with the dark wooden floors and pale walls. The windows provide natural light and privileged views of the city and the old port.
Hambar, the hotel's restaurant, serves market cuisine and fine deli dishes, including gourmet ham.
355, rue McGill
Montréal, QC H2Y 2E8
+1 514 380 2222
Rooms: around 140 EUR