Enjoy a luxurious stay in the heart of Montreal when you book a room at SpringHill Suites Old Montreal, a boutique and spa hotel that is conveniently located just steps from some of the city’s most popular landmarks and boasts a plethora of upscale hotel and room amenities. SpringHill Suites features 124 modernly styled suites, all fully air-conditioned and offers amenities such as free Wi-Fi, complimentary breakfast (hot and cold full buffet), room service, option of a king bed or two doubles, relaxing area for napping or watching television (with a sofa-bed and high-end 32” plasma screen tv), work space area with ergonomic chair and desk, kitchenette offers microwave, mini-fridge, sink, and coffee maker, and a two-line telephone with voicemail. The 93 Standard Suites range in size from 320 to 470-square feet, and the 31 Deluxe Suite range from 460 to 620-square-feet, with sixteen suites offering a terrace with breathtaking views of the historic city below.
Marriott SpringHill Suites Old Montreal also proffers a list of premium hotel amenities for its guests, including a 24-hour business centre, indoor parking with valet service, same-day dry cleaning and on-site laundry services, 24-hour market, a refreshing indoor pool and soothing hot tub, a state-of-the-art fitness room, and an on-site spa (Spa Avie).
Spa Avie offers a relaxing retreat with services like calming massages, manicures and pedicures, body and facial treatments, waxing, hairdressing, make-up, and much more. After a long day of meetings or sightseeing with the family, book an appointment at the Spa Avie for the perfect end to a long and busy day.
Enjoy a nightcap with co-workers or indulge in an intimate family dinner at the SpringHill Suites Old Montreal’s on-site restaurant, The Auberge St-Gabriel Restaurant, an historic venue that has plenty of Old World charm, modern cocktails and spirits, and a deliciously eclectic menu featuring both French and English cuisine. The Velvet Speakeasy is one of the city’s most popular and trendiest clubs, located in the basement of the original 1754 inn, giving it a unique, mysterious ambiance that guests rave about long after their visit. Hundreds of candles lend their aura to the bar and dance-floor area, creating an intimate vibe even with dozens of other partygoers dancing around you. If dancing isn’t your thing, tuck away in one of the club’s booths and enjoy one of its signature drinks that uses only the most expensive and rare spirits, unique herbs, spices, and fruits, and the best alcohols in the Montreal area.