The Hotel Nelligan is located on Saint Paul Street, corner of St. Sulpice Street, in Old Montreal. It is one of the most well-known hotels in Montreal, and is especially popular with couples on romantic get-aways.
The boutique-style hotel features 4 meeting rooms, a ballroom, a fitness centre, and a spa. The hotel provides free wireless Internet in all its rooms and common areas. Valet parking service at the hotel's indoor lot is available for $32/day, with unlimited in and out privileges.
The hotel's restaurants and bar are well-known among the local population. Verses Restaurant serves contemporary French cuisine, and is open for lunch and dinner every day, as well as for brunch on the weekends. The Verses bar-lounge serves drinks as well as lighter fare. The hotel's rooftop bar, Terrasse Nelligan, offers drinks and lighter fare with views of the city. And the Méchant Boeuf Bar-Brasserie serves pub-style food and offers a wide selection of beer on tap.
The hotel has 44 rooms with king size or double beds, 59 suites with king size beds, fireplace, double Jacuzzi and separate shower, and 2 penthouses with king size beds, therapeutic bath and separate shower, as well as a fireplace and kitchen. All rooms feature down-filled comforters, phone with voicemail, fax /modem data port, electronic safe, mini-bar, hi-fi Stereo System with CD player and alarm, hair dryer, and iron and ironing board. Many of the hotel rooms feature views that overlook either the hotel atrium or of the surrounding area of Old Montreal.
The hotel is a 5 minute walk from the Place d'Armes metro station, which is in a complex that also houses the Palais des Congrès convention centre. It is about 20km from Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, and a 10 minute metro ride to both the train station (at Bonaventure metro), and the bus station (at Berri-UQAM metro).
The hotel's location in Old Montreal means guests are a 5 to 10 minute walk to the area's many attractions, such as its renowned restaurants, the Notre-Dame Basilica, the Pointe-à-Callière Museum of Archaeology, the waterfront area of the Old Port, and the Bonsecours Market. It also a few minutes walk to Montreal's Chinatown district and to the restaurants and nightlife on St. Laurent Boulevard (all distances and travel time estimates: Google Maps).
Front desk agent (call date: July 20, 2012) confirmed hotel's wireless Internet and parking services.