Simple yet elegant at an exquisite location.
Tucked between two of Montréal’s most renowned streets, Ste. Catherine street and boulevard René Lévesque, this hotel resides on the historic Place Phillips. It’s hard to think of a better downtown address than this one. Not only is it on a charming, European square, but it's a place of relative calm among Montréal’s buzzing downtown quarter. Guests can easily walk to Old Montréal, Chinatown or go shopping around the corner on St. Catherine street. The hotel's 160 rooms, designed by renowned architect Ernest Cormier, have undergone a major facelift and it shows. Rooms are simple yet elegant, featuring solid beige wallpaper and plush furnishings. Stately, dark wood is everywhere, gracing headboards, night tables and dressers. Lots of big windows make the rooms luminous and offer nice city views. Up on the tenth-floor rooftop the Phillips sports an indoor swimming pool, exercise room and sundeck with views of the old square and towering downtown skyscrapers.