Hotel St. Paul

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Montreal’s vieux quartier, like many European cities, provides a distinctive challenge to forward-looking hotels: how to create a modern, chic hotel in a classical context. The Hotel St. Paul is muscular Beaux-Arts shell; past the antique doors, however, the interior is ethereal, airy, and light. Embodying an elemental theme, the hotel alternates between this airy reverie and an earthier, more textured approach, whether in public spaces or in guestrooms.

The lobby of Hotel St. Paul adds a fire-lit ice sculpture and Cube, one of Montreal’s trendiest spots; the lounge features low sofas and taupe coloured walls. The 120 guestrooms go a more intimate route, with ambient light, pony-skin chairs and modernist furniture, as well as LCD flat-screen televisions and high speed internet - the lobby also offers wireless Internet connectivity. Hotel St. Paul culminates in the penthouse floor, including the "Black Suite", whose charcoal-coloured walls are set off by 13-foot ceilings and high windows for a supremely elegant effect and includes some of the best views in Montreal.



4 high tech meeting rooms with natural light and integrated A/V equipment
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Hotel St. Paul
355, rue McGill
Montreal, Québec H2Y 2E8

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