Written by Dara Larocque on 08.11.14

Hotel Place D’Armes is located in historic Old Montreal in three exquisite Neoclassical buildings. Situated opposite Notre Dame Basilica, Hotel Place D’Armes mixes sophisticated luxury with total decadence for one opulent experience.

With some of the most extravagant suites and rooms in the entire city, this is one hotel that spares no expense making its guests feel welcome and lavished. With so much of Old Montreal’s European influence still alive in the architecture, Place D’Armes’ rooms and suites juxtapose contemporary furniture with old world construction and design. Looking for some relaxation on your vacation or stay-cation? Look no further than Rainspa, the hotel’s 3,000 foot spa that uses ancient Middle Eastern steam baths to improve circulation and soothe muscles, always ideal after a night of partying.

With Montreal being famous for its nightlife, Place D’Armes is at your service again with some of the city’s most sought after nighttime destinations. Kyo Japanese Bar boasts one of the longest sake lists in the city and some incredible sushi, Suite 701’s mixologists are ready to whip up some of the most delicious cocktails, and Terrasse Place D’Armes is one of the city’s hottest open air rooftop terraces with a incredible view of Old Montreal and downtown. These three fabulous restaurants and bars are all located in the hotel, so you don’t even have to go far to enjoy some of Montreal’s elite destinations.

Hotel Place D’Armes also accommodates weddings with its dreamy halls and full service wedding, reception, and rehearsal dinner options. It’s one of the most notable venues in the city to host your special day or corporate and personal events. With its fusion of both old world chic and modern luxury, Hotel Place D’Armes is one of Montreal’s most sought after destinations no matter the occasion.

For additional information or for a full list of services and prices, please see Hotel Place D’Armes’ website.

55 Rue Saint-Jacques West, Montréal, Québec H2Y 3X2
(514) 842-1887

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