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InterContinental Hotels MONTREAL

360 Saint Antoine Ouest
Montreal, PQ H2Y 3X4
Nightly Rates: (USD$330.67 - USD$415.67)
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Hotel Description:

Perfectly placed for business or leisure, the InterContinental Montreal is connected to Montreal Convention Centre and boasts stunning views overlooking Old Montreal and the port. Nearby youll find many places to explore in the old city of Montreal, including Notre-Dame Basilica. Upon your return, enjoy signature cocktails at the Sarah B. bar, relax in our salt-water lap pool or sample the sumptuous menu at Osco! Restaurant. Retire to a spacious guest room, knowing every comfort is provided.

Check In:  4:00 PM
Check Out:  12:00 PM

Native currency:  Canadian Dollars
Number of floors:  26
Number of rooms:  357
Number of suites:  23
Time zone:  GMT


Boris Bistro: The Boris Bistro receive you in a friendly atmosphere with a nice terrace situated in the historic place of Montreal. It's the ideal place to eat in the shade of trees or to have a drink during the afternoon.
Europea: A favourite of critics, Europea was created as a must experience dining destination by Chef Jerome Ferrer and his team, who present modern creative cusine. It has been part of Relais et Chateaux, a collection of the world's best luxury restaurants, since
Chez l'Epicier: Chez L'Epicier is one of Old Montreal's most popular restaurants. You will be won over from start to finish by the culinary experience curated by alchemist of flavours Laurent Godbout.
Holder: Located in a beautiful building from the beginning of the century in the Vieux Montreal, this place remembers Europeans brasseries with a friendly atmosphere. Holder proposes some classic meals but also modern ones.
Carte Blanche: Located in the village, you will be charmed by the delicious French cuisine and the fresh market products offered at Carte Blanche. The decor is elegant, the service is both friendly and effective and you can bring your own wine.
Beaver Hall: Are you looking for comfort, simplicity, fresh products, and a place where you find all the bistro classics? Then Beaver Hall is your choice. A true urban experience in a relaxed atmosphere, loaded with charm and flavour.
Osco! Restaurant: Osco! In the Provence of yore, this meant "bravo" or "very good." Imagine your next gastronomic experience filled with lavender, virgin olive oil, fresh market ingredients, freshly baked crusty baguette and privately imported wines. Our Provence inspired
Barroco: Barroco offers fresh and daring combinations of authentic French and Spanish cuisine and flavourful cocktails made from locally sourced ingredients that provide all the charm and inspiration of Old Montreal.
Chez Delmo: French bistro specializing in fish and seafood. You have to try their seafood pasta and finish in style with their homemade "Mille feuilles". Located less than a 5 minute walk.
Lemeac: Located on chic Laurier Street, within a 15 minute drive from the hotel, this Parisian bistro serves updated French classics and lets you enjoy beautiful weather on the outdoor terrace during summer months.
Milos: Grec restaurant openned since 1979. They serve fresh fish and seafood floun daily from select local fishermen in the Mediterranean and Canada.
L'Orignal: Set in rustic decor, this casual eatery serves some of the finest game Quebec has to offer.
Le Bremner: Le Bremner is the latest baby of the celebrity chef Chuck Hughes. Specialities include seafood and excellent cocktails. Tip: Small place, reservation is a must!
Club Chasse et Peche: The chef, Claude Pelletier, proposes a dazzling contemporary cuisine ans a sublime wine list. Excellent foie gras. Only a 15 minute walk.
Le Richmond: Born from the idea of creating a unique environment that brings together design and gastronomy, Le Richmond offers lush northern Italian cuisine with influences from Piedmont, Venetia and Emilia Romagna. With freshness front and centre, we use farm fresh
Mercuri Bar: The cuisine at Mercuri is modern, a cuisine of cuisines, showcasing mainly Quebec produce, as well as ingredients from all over the world. It is not a style, or a particular dish, but how the ingredients are combined that makes the food so delicious. At i
Sarah B.: This atmospheric absinthe bar is inspired by, and named after, the divine Sarah Bernhardt (1844-1923), the queen of the French tragedy. The Sarah B. will no doubt be a favourite meeting place for business or pleasure. You will discover Sarah s cocktails


Fitness center on-site
Indoor pool
Childrens's program

Room Info:

Separate closet, Rollaway bed
Buffet breakfast, Meal included - continental breakfast
Maid service, Sofa bed
standard room: TV
deluxe room: TV
family room: TV
club intercontinental king: TV
king deluxe: TV
king corner view: TV
club intercontinental king: TV
king standard: TV
king deluxe view: TV
king corner: TV
double beds deluxe: TV
family room: TV
double beds deluxe view: TV
1 king bed executive suite: TV
family suite: TV
king tourelle suite: TV

Meeting Facilities:

S. Bernhardt: With a classic style and a unique elegance, this room envelops you with its stylish woodwork as well as its warm and luxurious colors. The S. Bernhardt ballroom is the ideal choice for a banquet or a meeting.
C. Sherwood S.: This spacious room is equipped with three large windows overlooking Old Montreal.Connected to the C.S Stratton meeting room and located in the Nordheimer, the historic building of the hotel, it is the perfect place to hold your dinners and your cocktails.
C.S. Stratton: C.S. Stratton, is the perfect place for business lunches, small meetings and cocktails. With its huge windows and contemporary look, this room blends modern style while retaining its essence. It will charm you for sure!
M. Ravel: The spacious entrance area of the M. Ravel is perfect for coffee breaks during meetings held in this spacious hall. Whether you prefer a theater or a classroom style setup, the M. Ravel fits most configurations.
G. Heintzman: This room is ideal for a more relaxed atmosphere and plenty of natural lighting from their magnificent windows. Your meetings will benefit from this luminescence. They are also suitable for lunch or a cocktail.
G. Belfour: This brightly lit room is versatile and has beautiful bay windows. Just renovated, it is perfect for meetings, receptions, breakfasts, lunches or dinners. Classy and refined, this welcoming room will provide a charming environment for your meeting.
E. Albani: With large windows, this conference room is ideal for a board meeting. Equipped with a conference table and comfortable leather chairs it can accommodate ten people. It is also possible to use the room for a working lunch.
W. Wilcom: Often reserved together with the C. Delafond this room shares a private entrance. It is ideal for meetings and lunches or as a lounge. Its versatile entrance can be used for coffee breaks and lunch buffets.
C. Delafond: Often reserved with the W. Wilcom as they share a private entrance. It is ideal for meetings and lunches or as a lounge. This versatile room can be used for coffee breaks and lunch buffets. .
L. Bellatini: L. Bellatini is ideal for a more relaxed atmosphere and plenty of natural lighting from the magnificent windows. Your meetings will benefit from this luminescence. This rooms is also suitable for lunch or a cocktail.
A. Fraser: This brightly lit room is versatile and has beautiful bay windows. Just renovated, it is perfect for meetings, receptions, breakfasts, lunches or dinners. Classy and refined, this welcoming room will provide a charming environment for your meeting.
C. Watson: With large windows, this conference room is ideal for a board meeting. Equipped with a conference table and comfortable leather chairs, it can accommodate ten people. It is also possible to use this room for a working lunch.
A. Joseph: This unique and modern oval room is surrounded by interior windows. It has a natural light through skylights in which it is located. Attractive and unique, this room is mainly used for meetings and cocktails.
Les Voutes: Les Vo tes, the most spacious of the three rooms, is suitable for lunches and dinners. It is also used for wedding ceremonies followed by a reception in the Nordheimer building or in La Ruelle des Fortifications.
J. Archambault: J. Archambault is a perfect space for a small reception or, as the name suggests, for an oyster tasting.
La Ruelle: The Ruelle de Fortifications is an exceptional setting in which to host your events. Awash in natural light cascading down from the glass ceiling, this welcoming atrium exudes charm and elegance.
La Galerie d'art: A unique venue between the modern part of the hotel and the neo-Victorian building the Nordheimer conference center, the Art Gallery is a distinct and intimate space, with easy access for hosting different types of events.
A&S Nordheimer: With its huge chandelier and its impressive windows, the ballroom will be an ideal place for your next meeting or special event. In addition the 5th floor offers a breathtaking hall, a prefunction area and a rooftop terrace.

Hotel Amenities:

(additional fees may apply to certain amenities)

  • Accessible facilities
  • Bathtub
  • Color television
  • Desk with lamp
  • Gift/News stand
  • Housekeeping - daily
  • Ironing board
  • Meeting rooms
  • Parking
  • Private bathroom
  • Satellite television
  • Sundry/Convenience store
  • Two-line phone
  • Voice mail
  • Air conditioning individually controlled in room
  • Bell staff/porter
  • Concierge desk
  • Direct dial telephone
  • Grocery shopping service available
  • Housekeeping - weekly
  • Late check-out available
  • Mini-refrigerator
  • Pay per view movies on TV
  • Restaurant
  • Separate line billing for multi-line phone
  • Tennis court
  • Valet parking
  • Wireless internet connection
  • Baby sitting
  • Casino
  • Connecting rooms
  • Dry cleaning
  • Hairdryer
  • Indoor pool
  • Limousine service
  • Non-smoking
  • Pets allowed
  • Room service
  • Stereo
  • Transportation
  • Valet same day dry cleaning
  • Wireless internet connection in public areas
  • Bathrobe
  • Coffee/Tea maker
  • Cribs
  • Florist
  • High speed internet connection
  • Interior corridors
  • Lounges/bars
  • On-Site parking
  • Premium movie channels
  • Safe
  • Storage space
  • Transportation services - local area
  • Video games

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