Auberge du Vieux-Port – Montreal, Canada


This historic property overlooks the Old Port in the heart of Old Montreal. It sits directly across from the park which surrounds the port and features a promenade along the water. Surrounded by restaurants and bars, it’s an easy walk to Old Montreal attractions and the city’s excellent public transit system.

The smoke-free and pet-free hotel offers 45 rooms. All rooms include free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen LCD TV, a desk, a safe, an iron and ironing board, a hairdryer, bathrobes, slippers, umbrellas, bamboo, pine or hardwood floors, stone or brick feature walls, air conditioning, windows that open, and views of Old Montreal or the St. Lawrence River. Rooms are furnished with 1 queen or 1 king bed.

Room extras include a multi-jet glass shower, a double jacuzzi, a soaker tub, a mini bar, a Nespresso coffee maker, an iPod dock, and beamed ceilings.  Valet parking is available for $35 per day with unlimited in-and-out privileges.

Gaspar Tavern is open for breakfast, plus dinner and drinks and offers a sidewalk patio overlooking the port in the warmer months. The seasonal rooftop terrace features beautiful views of the Old Port and St. Paul Street. Room service is available. The hotel offers free coffee, tea and fruit-infused water in the lobby 24-hours a day.

Hotel amenities include a concierge team, in-room massage, dry cleaning, free access to a nearby gym, an elevator and a meeting room.  Notre-Dame Basilica, the Pointe-à-Callière Museum of Archaeology, and the Bonsecours Market are less than 7 minutes on foot. Montreal’s Chinatown is a 10-minute walk.

The hotel offers easy access to various types of transportation. The bus stop is right outside the hotel and the Place d’Armes Metro station is 10 minutes away on foot. The Berri-UQAM transportation hub is a 20-minute walk or 9 minutes by bus. VIA Rail train station is a 23-minute walk and the Iberville Cruise Terminal at Alexandra Quay is a 9-minute walk. Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL) is a 19-minute drive without traffic or an hour’s ride via public transit.

PROS:  Location, ambiance, accommodations are spacious, rooftop dining is beautiful, friendly and helpful staff.

CONS:  Though the location is great, the area tends to be noisy.  Floors are cold in the winter. Valet parking only, which can be an inconvenience.  Although it is unlimited with the number of times guests can come and go, it can get expensive, particularly if guests tip every time.

3 thoughts on “Auberge du Vieux-Port – Montreal, Canada

  • December 6, 2017 at 4:05 pm

    Was not pleased with this hotel. I know its historic but I felt like I was staying at Little House on the Prairie. To me it was not charming. Yes the floors really are cold.

  • December 8, 2017 at 5:18 am

    If you like rustic settings, this is the place to go in MOntreal. If rustic isnt your thing, best stay elsewhere. Personally I liked it but I can see how lots of guests wouldnt

  • April 5, 2018 at 5:36 pm

    very informatіve, I was looking fⲟг an honest review.


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