|"Delicious breakfast and awesome rooftop bar"||(in 13 reviews)|
|"Very friendly and helpful staff."||(in 172 reviews)|
|"Beautiful property in great location"||(in 123 reviews)|
|"Great location in Old Montreal."||(in 5 reviews)|
|"Better lighting in bathroom"||(in 8 reviews)|
|"The bar is cool too"||(in 9 reviews)|
|hotel staff||in 358 reviews|
|location in old||in 344 reviews|
|room was very nice||in 232 reviews|
|nice hotel||in 205 reviews|
|comfortable bed||in 77 reviews|
|roof top bar||in 62 reviews|
|many restaurants||in 55 reviews|
|exposed brick||in 39 reviews|
|street noise||in 39 reviews|
|rainfall shower great||in 28 reviews|
|jacuzzi tub||in 22 reviews|
|old town||in 20 reviews|
|lighting in room||in 18 reviews|
|petite suite||in 18 reviews|
|nespresso machine||in 17 reviews|
|location in old montreal||in 11 reviews|
The hotel design and amenities are superior to many. Location is great.
Nothing really. It was great.
The petite suite was exceptionally comfortable, and beautifully appointed. The staff was comprised of some of the most pleasant, helpful, people ever seen on this planet.
The room had an espresso maker, but did not have a regular coffee maker. For those of us who find espresso unpalatable, a regular coffee maker would be far preferable.
It was gorgeous and the staff was very courteous.
Great Romantic Hotel in Old Montréal!
As soon as we walked in, the staff was amazing. Hotel was clean, luxurious, and beautiful. I will definitely stay here again the next time I’m in Montreal. Very nice feel to the brick wall and decor.
Perfect spot in Old Town
Very accommodating. Great neighborhood. clean and nice. Terrific service. Nice restaurant and breakfast spread. Rooftop bar. Overall the staff could not have been more responsive and very accommodating. Our room was very nice. A petite suite, loved the spa tub and comfortable king-sized bed. We will definitely stay again.
Staff (Melanie) needs to be careful sending clients to tourist restaurants. We specifically stated no "tourist restaurants". There are so many lesser-known restaurants that are fabulous and worth trying. We were sent to Vieux port steakhouse for sunday brunch. We had slop. We arrived sunday morning. After we saw many terrific cafes and brasserie. And please note she (Melanie) did NOT tell us about the rooftop bar or your new restaurant. Perhaps we would have gotten our sunday late morning/ early lunch there.
Can't wait to go back!
Really enjoyed our stay, friendly staff and beautiful, cozy room! The shower was amazing, with the second rain shower overhead and the fireplace was perfect for the time of year (early April- about 0 degrees Celsius) my boyfriend and I really enjoyed the complementary water and chocolate brought to our door every day. It was a sweet touch. The location was convenient. A lot of great restaurants and site seeing nearby! And the metro is less than a 5 minute walk. What we probably appreciated the most was the concierge who sat right in the lobby, ready for our questions. We had many. Wanting to know the best places to eat and visit, even making reservations for a tour and dinner reservation. she was the best!
Probably the only thing we didn't like was the continental breakfast. $19 per person. Definitely not worth the price. There wasn't a lot of options and it was all cold (granted we ate at around 10am) so it sat out for a couple hours but I would have expected the food be kept in chafing dishes to stay warm for that price. so needless to say that was the only time we ate breakfast in our hotel. So many other great breakfast spots around the corner!
Nice hotel, but the room was COLD!
Clean, spacious, attractive. Staff was very nice and responsive.
My room - 412 - was a corner room and the heat was not working properly. Maintenance came up and did not do anything useful. I had housekeeping bring up a space heater to keep the room warm. Without the space heater, the room was about 65 degrees. Too cold for sleeping for me. The hotel should keep the facility a little warmer overall, and not let the rooms get so cold. The HVAC system did not put out nearly enough heat.
Relaxing, romantic retreat in Old Montreal
We came to celebrate my boyfriend's birthday and enjoy some downtime before the holidays. Every detail is considered at this hotel. The staff were responsive, warm, and very accommodating. We stayed in a petite suite, loved the spa tub, rainfall shower, and plush, down king-sized bed. The Verses restaurant downstairs offers impeccable contemporary French fare, and Olive and Gourmando just down the street is perfect for fresh coffee and croissants in the morning. We will definitely stay here again.
Gorgeous place, supremely comfortable bed. Super clean room, extremely helpful staff.
Street noise can be slightly loud late at night in the front facing rooms
Dating to the 1850s, the Hotel Nelligan is a boutique property on the Rue Saint Paul in one of Montreal’s oldest neighborhoods. With views of the Old Port and the Saint Lawrence River and easy access to the Rue de la Commune, the charming hotel is a fantastic find. Placing guests within walking distance of most of the city’s historic sites, it is less than half of a mile from Place d'Armes Metro Station, ensuring travelers can head anywhere they want easily and quickly.
However, the Place des Arts, Eaton Centre Montreal, Notre Dame Basilica Montreal, Montreal Science Centre – Imax, Montreal Courthouse, Place Jacques Cartier and Saint Laurent River are within a mile from the front door. The Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is also just ten miles away, making it ideal for the business as well as the leisure traveler.
The history of the hotel resonates from the dark wood and brass finishes throughout and the rooms offer their original stone walls. The hotel is noted for its world-class amenities that include two gourmet restaurants (Verses and Mechant Boeuf), a gorgeous atrium and outdoor sun terrace, a modern fitness center with massage facilities, a business service center, parking (for a fee), concierge desk, currency exchange, car hire services, laundry and dry cleaning, and its remarkable Terrasse Nelligan rooftop lounge.
The 105 rooms and suites are a good match to the rest of the premises, and all feature their original stone or brickwork walls. They are all furnished with king beds and premium linens, marble baths with signature toiletries, minibars, work desks, Wi-Fi and entertainment systems.
If you want an excellent location and world-class amenities and services while visiting Montreal, the Hotel Nelligan is for you.
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Hotel Nelligan is located at 106 Saint-Paul Street West in Old Montreal, 0,9 km from the centre of Montreal. Musée Pointe-à-Callière is the closest landmark to Hotel Nelligan.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Hotel Nelligan.
Yes, Hotel Nelligan offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Hotel Nelligan does not offer free parking.
No, Hotel Nelligan does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Hotel Nelligan is 10,5 km from Montreal St Hubert.
No, Hotel Nelligan does not have a pool on-site.