At a Glance
Fun and funky hotel in Montreal's vibrant Rue St Paul
Just steps from some of the old towns best restaurants and bars
Great location for exploring the city's old town
Comfortable guest rooms - an ideal choice for couples or friends
Barmechant Boeuf Bar and Brasserie offers great food and a boho vibe - open until 2am on weekends
The Nelligan has two distinctive areas, the old and new buildings, each with their own character and styleAnna Bleasdale
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A young and fun hotel, the Nelligan offers a superb location for the diversions of the city alongside comfortable and historical accommodations.
The lobby leads into the beautiful Verses Bar, a favorite for pre dinner drinks with the “General Managers Cocktail” a favorite each evening or simply for relaxing after a day out. The Verses restaurant offers one of the hippest venues for dining be it breakfast, lunch or dinner, with picture windows looking out over Rue St Paul. Whilst the Mechant Bouef Bar-Brasserie offers French cuisine and a boho club vibe and serves until 2am on weekends.
The guest rooms range from compact and bijoux, looking out over the atrium through to the extravagant penthouses, resplendent with their own rooftop terraces giving view over Old Montreal. Ideal crash pads after a night out in the city.
44 rooms, 59 suites with Jacuzzi and fireplace and two Penthouses with private rooftop terrace. All rooms feature down comforters, windows looking on to historic Montreal, bathrobes and upscale bathroom amenities. Internet access is available
Children are welcome to come and stay at Hotel Nelligan, however there are no specific facilities available for them at the hotel.
Hotel Nelligan has two restaurants, a bar, a rooftop terrace, a lobby lounge, a spa at Place D’Armes, fitness room, WiFi, library, CD collection.
Location & Directions
Hotel Nelligan is located on Saint Paul Street West in the heart of Old Montreal,. It can be found within easy walking distance of the Old Port and Notre Dame Basilica.
When to go
Any time of year is good for a visit. Summer draws the tourists. The crowds create fascinating street life and a buzz wherever you go. And in turn, the city really pulls out the red carpet for visitors: everyone from musicians to acrobats to actors in period costume take to the streets. There's also terrific festivals and oodles of special museum exhibitions and tours. Fall and spring bring beautiful colors, dramatically reduced prices and thinner crowds. And in the winter, Caribou, an alcoholic drink enjoyed by the early settlers, is sold everywhere to keep people warmed up. Even in the darkest and coldest months of January and February, Quebecers have found a way to have fun: throwing the annual Winter Carnival, arguably the biggest, most colorful and most successful winter festival around.