Visitors to Montreal will find a full range of accommodations. We suggest you choose lodging downtown, where you'll be only minutes from shopping, dining and attractions. The metro can quickly get you to destinations around the city. Many downtown hotels are connected to the Underground City via the RESO, making these locations ideal during inclement weather conditions.
In addition, Central Montreal is blessed with an abundance of small boutique- and European-style hotels, family-run inns and bed-and-breakfasts. The unique characteristics of these small establishments can make your city stay feel more personal.
Peak hotel season usually runs May-August, so be sure to book in advance during this period (prices also tend to creep upward then). Conversely, prices are lower during the off-season, and you shouldn't be shy about asking for two-night specials.
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