This Unique Montreal Stay Will Make you Feel Like You’ve Travelled Back to the 1800’s
The Auberge du Vieux Port is nestled on the banks of the St. Lawrence River, overlooking sweeping water views and the sights of Old Montreal. This stay offers more than just a comfortable place to rest after a day exploring––the hotel is housed in two historic buildings, dating back to the 19th century.
Originally named the Victor Hudon and Hector Lamontagne buildings respectively, both properties operated as warehouses and factories for the better part of the 19th and 20th centuries, before being acquired in the late 90’s/early 2000’s by the Antonopoulos Group to be converted into a hotel.
This boutique hotel offers 45 intimate rooms, perfect for a weekend getaway that truly immerses you in the experience of Old Montreal. The rooms feature wrought iron bed frames and wooden floors, while adding all the modern amenities, like soft bed linens and a flatscreen. Explore the shop-lined, cobblestoned Saint Paul street, and make it back in time to catch dinner at The Taverne Gaspar––the restaurant located next to the hotel which serves up elevated pub-fare with a french twist.
Reviewers of the hotel rave about the rooftop lounge and convenient location, “location, location location! Waterfront and close to everything. great common spaces, awesome rooftop and next door bar Gaspars. Staff were terrific,” writes one