Editor's Top 10 Picks

Editor's Picks
Book from ~$241 CAD
Highly praised Old Montreal hotel near Metro with balconies, jacuzzis, fine dining and spa
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, bottled water, newspapers, morning shuttle service to downtown
  • Many guests enjoyed the rooms for comfort and elegance
  • Guests loved the central Old Montreal location, close to Metro, great dining, the port, Chinatown and attractions
  • Staff very well liked for their professional and friendly help
  • Guests enjoyed dining on site
  • Wi-Fi was rated as very good by guests overall
Cons
  • Valet parking is $35 plus tax for overnight
  • A few complained of noise transfer from inside or traffic
  • Some guests complained of small rooms
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Book from ~$206 CAD
Highly praised Old Montreal boutique hotel with restaurant, rooftop terrace & jacuzzi suites
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi
  • Guests loved the elegance and warm ambiance of their well-appointed rooms
  • Location was walking distance to the old port, restaurants, attractions and Metro
  • Staff were excellent, courteous and friendly
  • Many really enjoyed dining and breakfasts on site
  • Wi-Fi was excellent according to online reviewers
Cons
  • Valet parking is $35 plus tax for overnight
  • Some guests complained of noise disturbance from the street, music and bar
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Book from ~$195 CAD
Popular Old Montreal hotel with indoor pool, mini-kitchens, free breakfast and free Wi-Fi
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, hot breakfast buffet
  • Guests found the rooms very clean and quiet, with comfy beds
  • Location ideal for exploring Old Montreal on foot
  • Guests liked the staff and found them helpful and informative
  • Many enjoyed the free breakfast for variety and quality
Cons
  • Valet only parking is available for $23 per day
  • Several guests found the pool and hot tub small
  • Many reviewers said the free breakfast was crowded
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Book from ~$104 CAD
Downtown Montreal all-suite hotel near Metro with kitchenettes, jacuzzis and on-site parking
Pros
  • Free wireless Internet, free hot breakfast
  • Kitchenettes in all rooms
  • Many guests described the hotel as excellent value for money
  • Many guest reviewers felt that the rooms were spacious and comfortable
  • Several guests liked being within walking distance to Montreal attractions
Cons
  • Parking costs $20 with taxes included per night
  • Hotel street and immediate area were frequently described as "rough"
  • Some guests with larger vehicles said it was difficult or impossible to park in the hotel's underground parking lot
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Book from ~$207 CAD
Highly praised Old Montreal boutique hotel with kitchenette suites, balconies and restaurant
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, off-site fitness centre, bottled water
  • Guests found the rooms very clean, spacious and comfortable
  • Location was ideal for walking to restaurants, shops, attractions and Chinatown
  • Guests who dined on site found the food excellent
  • Staff were well liked, gracious, kind and helpful
  • Wi-Fi is very good according to guest surveys
Cons
  • Valet parking is $32 plus tax, per night
  • A few guests were bothered by noise from inside the hotel or from the street
  • Several guests found breakfast pricey at the restaurant
  • Some complained of dim lighting and rooms getting tired
  • Several guests thought the rooms were overpriced
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Book from ~$381 CAD
Luxury boutique hotel in Old Montreal with impeccable service, day spa and fine dining
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi
  • Beautiful hotel amenities, such as restaurant, spa, and library, according to numerous reviews
  • Many reviewers felt the service and luxury was well worth the expense
  • Wi-Fi was rated excellent by guests
  • Location was perfect said guests for accessing Metro, restaurants and Old Montreal
  • Many guests enjoyed breakfast and other meals on site
  • Guests loved the spa services and facilities
Cons
  • Valet parking is $40 including tax
  • A few guests found the prices at the restaurant expensive
  • Some missed having in-room coffeemakers and electrical outlets by the beds
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Book from ~$293 CAD
Highly praised downtown Montreal hotel near Metro with free breakfast and kitchenette suites
Pros
  • Free amenities: cooked-to-order breakfast, nightly manager's reception with light snacks and beverages
  • Many guests described their rooms as clean, spacious and well appointed
  • Many reviewers found the location ideal for accessing the Montreal Congress Centre and Old Montreal on foot
  • The staff were frequently complimented for their friendly and accommodating service
  • Many guests thought that the hotel offered good value for the money they spent
  • Many reviewers praised the food at the free breakfast
Cons
  • Wi-Fi is $9.95 per 24 hours for non Hilton Honors members
  • Parking is $28.50 including tax per day
  • A couple of reviewers were disappointed that their in-suite kitchenettes were not equipped with cookware
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Book from ~$162 CAD
Good value hotel near the bridge to Montreal with free breakfast and free parking
Pros
  • Free Wi-Fi, free buffet breakfast, free parking
  • Numerous guests praised the hotel's location, finding it close to downtown Montreal
  • The hotel's staff were a source of several compliments by lodgers
  • Many guests enjoyed the free breakfast buffet for quality and selection
  • Rooms feature a French desktop computer
  • Many reviewers were pleased with their modern and spacious rooms with mini-fridge, DVD player, and safe deposit box
  • Walking distance to Metro station, shopping & dining
Cons
  • A few guests complained of noise disruptions during their stay
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Book from ~$381 CAD
Highly praised boutique hotel in Old Montreal with modern decor, on-site dining and parking
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, bottled water, DVD movies
  • Guests loved the design and space in their well appointed rooms
  • Guests loved the architecture with modern furnishings
  • Wi-Fi was excellent according to online guest surveys
  • Location in Old Montreal prime, in walking distance of restaurants, shops, attractions, Metro and the old port
  • Many guests thought the hotel provided very good value
Cons
  • Valet parking is $40 per night including tax
  • No coffeemakers in all rooms a disappointment for some
  • Some guests thought breakfast was expensive with limited choice
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Book from ~$190 CAD
Highly praised Old Montreal boutique hotel with restaurant, free breakfast & jacuzzi suites
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, full breakfast, local calls
  • Rooms were elegant, spacious and very clean said many guests
  • The dining on site received rave reviews from guests
  • Guests loved the excellent free breakfast served to them
  • Location was perfect, an easy walk to Old Montreal restaurants, nightlife and attractions
  • Many felt the hotel was a great value
  • Wi-Fi rated as excellent by guest surveys
Cons
  • Off-site parking available nearby for about $20 per day
  • Occasionally guests found their rooms small
  • A few guests missed having a coffeemaker in the room

6 Other Hotels Close to Montreal Casino

Editor's Picks
Book from ~$129 CAD
Well-liked Longueuil hotel near Metro with indoor pool, restaurant and free parking
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, parking
  • Guests enjoyed their clean and comfortable rooms
  • Many guests were highly pleased with the location, near the Metro station
  • Guests typically liked the breakfast buffet
  • The staff were found to be very friendly and helpful
Cons
  • Wi-Fi was spotty according to reviewers
  • Parking could be limited when the hotel was very full
  • Some felt the rooms and hotel were dated and needed a freshening up
  • Some guests found a lack of restaurants in the nearby vicinity during the later evening hours
Location
Highway 132 runs between this hotel and the Saint Lawrence River. The Montreal Casino is 15 minutes away by public transit via the yellow metro line in the Berri Uqam direction and then the #777 bus.
Getting Around
It is possible to reach downtown Montreal from this hotel in 23 minutes by taking the yellow metro line for two stops in the Berri Uqam direction, and then taking the green metro line for three stops towards Angrignon. 
Entertainment
By riding the metro's yellow line for one stop in the Berri Uqam direction, you can reach St. Helen's Island and enjoy many recreational activities including an outdoor pool, a beach and an amusement park, all found on the small island.
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Book from ~$361 CAD
Well loved Old Montreal hotel with charming yet modern rooms, bistro and rooftop terrace 
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, 24-hour beverage bar in the lobby
  • Spacious, comfortable rooms with luxurious bathrooms, according to many reviewers
  • Rooftop terrace with views of the St. Lawrence River and Old Montreal
  • Guests loved the prime Old Montreal location in walking distance of much of Old Montreal
  • Staff were exceptional, gracious and offered great service
  • Meals on site were often praised by guests
Cons
  • Valet parking is $35 per day
  • Some found the elevator a little slow at times
  • Some guests could hear noise from the street
Location
Located a 1-minute walk from the Jacques-Cartier Pier, this hotel is 21 minutes from the Montreal Casino via public transit. You can reach the Montreal Casino from this hotel by taking the #715 bus, followed by the yellow metro line for one stop, and then the #777 bus.
Getting Around
It is possible to walk to the heart of the Old Port or "Vieux Montreal" in 5 minutes from this hotel. To reach the newer, more commercialized Montreal downtown, you may take the #715 bus and then ride the green metro line for three stops, for a total transit time of 17 minutes.  
Entertainment
The architecture in the Old Port provides ample entertainment all within a 1-minute to 15-minute walk, as does the Jacques-Cartier Pier, which is a 1-minute walk from the hotel. You may also walk 7 minutes to the Bonsecours Basin Park. 
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Book from ~$81 CAD
Older hotel in historic district of Old Montreal with basic, small rooms and mixed reviews
Pros
  • Free Wi-Fi in the lobby
  • Good value for money according to some guest reviewers
  • Clean, safe base for exploring the city, according to some reviewers
  • Several guests enjoyed meals on site
Cons
  • Small rooms with old furniture and decor, said many reviewers
  • Noise transfer was an issue for several guests who could hear their neighbours through the walls and overhead
  • No elevator
  • Parking is $17 per day at a public garage over a block away
  • Several guests complained of high prices at the restaurant
Location
Nestled right in the Old Port, this hotel is 19 minutes from the Montreal Casino via the #715 bus, then the yellow metro line for one stop in the Longueuil direction, and finally the #777 bus.
Getting Around
The heart of the Old Port or "Vieux Montreal" is a 5-minute walk from this hotel. The more modern and also commercialized downtown of Montreal is a 16-minute journey on public transit consisting of a trip on the #715 bus and then three stops on the green metro line in the Angrignon direction. 
Entertainment
Clocktown Quay is an 8-minute walk from this hotel, and Bonsecours Basin Park is 9 minutes away on foot. 
Editor's Picks
Book from ~$303 CAD
Central downtown location connected to Underground City, with city views from rooms
Pros
  • Free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel
  • Hotel has interior access to metro, train station, shops and restaurants
  • Lovely views from the rooms, according to many reviews
Cons
  • On-site parking lot, at $22/day, was deemed expensive and small by a few reviewers
  • Older hotel with dated décor, according to a few reviewers
  • A few guest reviewers found their rooms to be a bit small
Location
This hotel is located right in Old Port. It is a 22-minute trip from the hotel to the Montreal Casino via a 4-minute walk to the metro station, a one-stop ride on the orange metro line towards Henri-Bourassa, a one-stop ride on the yellow metro line towards Longueuil, and a ride on the #777 bus.
Getting Around
This hotel is located right in the heart of the Old Port or "Vieux Montreal." You can also visit the more modern and commercialized downtown of Montreal by walking 4 minutes to the metro stop, taking the orange metro line for one stop in the direction of Henri-Bourassa, then taking the green metro line for three stops towards Angrignon, for a total transit time of 17 minutes.
Entertainment
It is possible to walk to the Library and National Archives of Quebec in 10 minutes from this hotel. You may also walk to the Jacques-Cartier Pier in 8 minutes. 
Editor's Picks
Book from ~$274 CAD
Highly recommended Old Montreal boutique hotel with modern, well-appointed rooms 
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, continental breakfast, bike rentals, local calls, newspapers
  • Location in the quieter area of Old Montreal, near great restaurants, bars and boutique shops
  • Guests loved the rooms for their charm, great beds and modern bathrooms
  • Staff were professional and extremely helpful said guests
  • Many praised the quality of the French continental breakfast
  • Guests loved having fresh free coffee available all day
Cons
  • Valet parking is $35 per night
  • Reviewers offered mixed opinions of noise at the hotel
  • Some found the advertised small rooms a little small
Location
This hotel is located in Old Port or "Vieux Montreal" and it is 28 minutes from the casino by public transit. It is possible to get to the casino from this hotel by taking the #715 bus, riding the yellow metro line in the Longueuil direction for one stop, then taking the #777 bus. 
Getting Around
It is possible to walk to the heart of Old Port from this hotel in 9 minutes. To reach the more modern and commercialized downtown of Montreal, you may take the #715 bus for 12 minutes and then walk 5 minutes. 
Entertainment
One can reach the Place de la Grande-Paix de Montreal in a 2-minute walk. 
Editor's Picks
Book from ~$51 CAD
Downtown Montreal hotel near Metro with cheaper rates but mixed guest reviews
Pros
  • Free Wi-Fi, free continental breakfast
  • Good value for money, according to many reviewers
  • Within walking distance to attractions and services, according to many reviewers
Cons
  • No on-site parking
  • Small, older rooms, according to many reviewers
  • Inconsistent reviews of hotel's cleanliness
  • No elevator
Location
This hotel is in the Old Port, about a 6-minute walk from the coast. It is possible to reach the casino in 25 minutes using public transit by walking 7 minutes to Berri Uqam station, then taking the yellow metro line for one stop in the Longueuil direction, then taking the #777 bus. 
Getting Around
The heart of Old Port is a 9-minute walk away, and the more modern and commercialized downtown in Montreal is 18 minutes away via a 7-minute walk, then a three-stop ride on the green metro line in the Angrignon direction, followed by a 4-minute walk. 
Entertainment
For fun, you can visit the Library and National Archives of Quebec in just a 1-minute walk, or you can walk to the Clocktower Quay in 11 minutes. 

Tips For Staying Near Montreal Casino

Location
This casino is actually not located on the island of Montreal, but on a small island next door called Île Notre-Dame. By metro, it will take 35 minutes to travel from downtown to this casino, via one stop on the orange line, one stop on the yellow line and then a ride on the #167 bus. By car, the trip takes about 10 minutes.

This island contains no residential land, and mostly consists of the Jean-Drapeau Park.
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Getting Around
The metro connects this island to downtown Montreal, which you can reach by taking the yellow line to Berri Station, just one stop from Jean-Drapeau. To reach the metro, you may walk or take the #777 bus. This bus runs until 1 am.

For more information on getting around using public transportation, check out Bonjour Quebec's guide to the Montreal and Quebec bus system.

There is also a free shuttle service to and from the casino, which may be useful to some travellers. Check out the schedule and boarding points for more information.
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Parking
Parking at the casino is free for all guests!
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Dining
Pavillion 67 offers a gourmet buffet to guests for dinner only on weekdays, as well as brunch, lunch and dinner on Sundays. Two quick-service restaurants are open 24 hours, one offering Asian-style foods and one serving pasta, sandwiches, pizza and hamburgers. 

The Montreal Casino has two bars: Le Poker and Le Carre. Le Poker, open 11 am to 3 am, serves pizza, chicken wings and desserts. Located on the first floor in the Pavillion du Quebec, is a large TV showing sports and poker games. Le Carre is open the same hours and can be found on the first floor in the Pavillion de la France. Le Carre serves drinks but not food.

Guests are allowed to bring alcohol purchased at the casino's restaurants and bars into the gaming areas. As of fall 2013, mobile bar service will also be available.
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Entertainment
This casino boasts nearly 100 gaming tables and over 3000 slot machines. There are also keno facilities, virtual games and speed lotteries. At the casino, there are live musical and cabaret performances scheduled regularly.
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