Le Saint Sulpice
At a Glance
Boutique all suite hotel in the heart of old Montreal
Just steps from the great restaurants of Rue St Paul
Delightful outdoor terrace restaurant
Perfect choice for families visiting the city
Penthouse suites with wonderful private balconies with city and river views
Meet our specialists
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to Le Saint Sulpice or take a look at our itineraries to Quebec
Although it’s in a prime location, Le Saint Suplice is an oasis of peace and quiet in the heart of the Old Town Montreal.
With a cosy lobby lounge and bar, complete with fireplace in the winter and lovely outside terrace in the summer, the feel here is tranquil and calm.
The guest suites all overlook the terrace and Basilica garden beyond and offer opening windows for warm summer days. Many also offer balconies, perfect for sipping a drink or reading a book in privacy. They are all spacious and the Executive Suites in particular offer plenty of room and enviable roof terraces with views across the Old Town.
The Bagatelle Lounge offers light snacks and drinks and the Bagatelle Terrace, open from May to October offers a “secret garden” dining experience in the heart of the city. Popular with visitors and locals alike. Le Saint Sulpice simply is an urban oasis in the hear of Old Montreal, perfect for families and couples, exploring this beautiful city.
108 Deluxe, Superior and Executive Suites all with separate lounge and bedroom, opening windows overlooking the terrace or gardens. Some suites have private balconies and gas fireplaces. All have L’Occitane amenities, small kitchenettes and many have a Murphy bed in the lounge, ideal for families.
Children are welcome to come and stay at Le Saint Sulpice, however there are no facilities except babysitting available for them at the hotel.
Le Saint Sulpice has a restaurant and bar, lobby lounge with complimentary WiFi, terrace, in room massage.
Location & Directions
Situated on Saint-Sulpice, in the heart of Old Town Montreal, adjacent to the Notre-Dame Basilica, and just steps away from the Old Port.
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.