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InterContinental MONTREAL

360 Saint Antoine Ouest
Montreal, PQ H2Y 3X4
Nightly Rates: (USD$138.48 - USD$241.23)
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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: Boris Bistro receives you in a friendly atmosphere with a spacious terrace situated in the historic Montreal. It is 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: Be it lunch, brunch or dinner, European brasserie Holder is always buzzing with activity. The menu, created by Chef Simon Laplante, ranges from classic bistro fare to contemporary dishes. Designed by the late Luc Laporte, one of the city's most reputable
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: Beaver Hall is a true urban experience in a relaxed atmosphere loaded with charm and flavour, and located in the heart of Montreal's business district. The restaurant offers classic bistro dishes like tartare, fish and chips, and more, in an elegant setti
Osco! Restaurant: Warmth, elegance and mouth watering flavors are always on the menu at Osco! True to his Occitan roots, Chef Matthieu Saunier offers a menu full of sunshine, including a succulent lobster bouillabaisse, creamy risotto dishes and delicious grilled steaks. A
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: Chez Delmo is located steps away from the hotel on Notre Dame Street. The restaurant features authentic French cuisine from locally sourced ingredients, and specializes in seafood. Try their seafood pasta and finish in style with homemade mille feuilles.
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: For over 30 years, Milos has been a destination for customers looking for fresh Mediterranean cuisine.
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 establishment of celebrity chef Chuck Hughes. Specialities include seafood and excellent cocktails.
Club Chasse et Peche: Chef Claude Pelletier proposes dazzling contemporary cuisine and a sublime wine list. The restaurant is only a 15 minute walk from the hotel, and Pelletier's excellent foie gras is highly recommended.
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 'new Montreal' or 'modern Montreal', which is 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
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
Children's program

Room Info:

Separate closet, Rollaway bed
Buffet breakfast, Meal included - continental breakfast
Buffet breakfast, Meal included - continental breakfast, Maid service, Sofa bed

Meeting Facilities:

Sarah-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 Sarah Bernhardt ballroom is the ideal choice for a banquet or a meeting.
Vieux-Montreal: This spacious room is equipped with three large windows overlooking Old Montreal. Connected to the Vieux-Port 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.
Vieux-Port: Vieux Montreal 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!
Saint-Jacques: The spacious entrance area of the Saint-Jacques is perfect for coffee breaks during meetings held in this spacious hall. Whether you prefer a theater or a classroom style setup, the Saint-Jacques fits most configurations.
Saint-Louis: 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.
Saint-Pierre: 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.
Saint-Antoine: 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.
Saint-Francois-Xavier: Often reserved together with the Saint-Paul, 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.
Saint-Paul: Often reserved with the Saint-Fran ois-Xavier 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. .
Saint-Jean-Baptiste: Saint-Jean-Baptiste 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.
Saint-Gabriel: 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.
Sainte-Helene: 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.
Saint-Alexandre: 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.
Les Huitres: Les Hu tres is a perfect space for a small reception or, as the name suggests, for an oyster tasting.
La Cave: The murals of La Cave make the room spectacular. Initially designed as a wine bar, it is now used for small receptions and gourmet dinners.
Maisonneuve: This stylish and generous sized room is perfect for a party or an elegant dinner. The spacious lobby is ideal for a welcome cocktail before dinner. Refined, it is located at street level and offers easy and quick access.
Saint-Laurent: This room is especially suitable for meetings. It is adjacent to the main entrance of the hotel, which facilitates access. Its large hall is perfect for coffee breaks and lunch buffets. Quiet and cozy, this room offers a space conducive to meetings.
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.

Hotel Amenities:

(additional fees may apply to certain amenities)

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

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Boutique Enfants DeslongchampsOffers quality clothing for children under 16 years old. The collections come from French, Quebecois, Italian and American designers. Tip: Quebec children's wear designers are really making their mark, look out for Deux par deux and Coccoli.

Diffusion Griff 3000The mission of this boutique is to create a showcase for some of Quebec's most talented fashion designers. The boutique represents about thirty Quebecois brands. Tip: Accessories and clothing for both men and women.

Fairmount BagelFirst bagel bakery to open in Montreal, this family institution started in 1919. They have 18 varieties of bagel, including six made with organic flour. Tip: Any time of the day is good, since they are open 24 hours a day.

Maple DelightsA boutique bistro that offers a vast range of products made from maple syrup and sugar. A real Quebecois delight. Tip: Try their ice cream ; it's fabulous.

March BonsecoursFirst used as Montreal's city hall in the mid 1800s, and after as a central market in 1878, Marche; Bonsecours is now the proud showcase for Quebec artists, designers and artisans. Tip: Great for original local gift ideas.

Boutique Marie Saint PierreThis designer is recognized as one of the most creative and forward thinking designers in North America. Tip: You could experience personal shopping in the comfort of your hotel room. Ask the concierge.

Rue St DenisCutting edge fashions, trendy restaurants and beautiful people populate this busy street. St Denis is a fashionable area with shops and boutiques of every kind, from the chic to the unique. Tip: Do not miss Muse (4467 St Denis), featuring women's clothin

Underground CityThis is a brightly lit system of tunnels, boutiques and restaurants that stretches for 15 miles under the city. Major shopping plazas, such as the Centre Eaton, les Cours Mont-Royal, the Complexe Les Ailes and Place Montreal Trust are all connected. Tip:

Upscale shoppingTwo beautiful department stores with a lot of designers and several small independent shops. Tip: Personal shoppers are available at Ogilvy and Holt Renfrew to help you find exactly what you need.

Elca London GalleryElca London is renowned for its exclusive collection of Inuit masterworks. Tip: Merchandise can be shipped world-wide.

HarricanaMarimouche is a designer that uses recycled fur to create collections for children, adults and household decoration.

Montr al's 'Antique Alley'This street is most famous for its antique shopping. It is the right place to find old furniture, costume jewellery, or that collectible piece you are looking for. Tip: Easily accessible by local transport. Most of the antique shops are closed on Sundays

Natural Furs International IncExperience Canada's largest selection of quality furs at the manufacturer's luxurious showrooms. Tip: Inquire about appointments at the concierge.

Palais des Congr s de Mtl

La Ronde (6 Flags)

Square Victoria & Place D'Armes Stations

VIA Rail Central StationVia Rail has 6 train routes from Montreal: Qu bec City, Jonqui re, Senneterre, Gasp , Halifax et Windsor.


Montr al Trudeau International Airport

Casino MontrealTry your luck at the Casino de Montreal, just minutes from the city centre, open 24 hours a day. Free admission, parking and coat check. Free shuttle seven days a week, from May to October.

Guidatour (Guided tours)Discover hundreds of places of interest with a knowledgeable guide. Excellent walking tours available. Please see the concierge.

Place Jacques-CartierThis is a gathering place and entertainment site in Old Montreal. Visitors will enjoy outdoor cafes, itinerant artists, street entertainers, mimes, caricaturists and horse-drawn carriage rides. A fabulous spot to relax, especially in the Summer.

BixiBIXI is Montreal s public bike system. Accessible to everyone, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, three seasons of the year, from April to November. Take one when you need one, and leave it at any station when you arrive at your destination. Yyou can discov

BiosphereArchitectural masterpiece and symbol of Expo 67, the Biosph re is a unique and spectacular structure, located in downtown Montr al, on Sainte-H l ne Island s Parc Jean Drapeau.

Jardin BotaniqueThe Montrel Botanical Garden is one of the largest of its kind in the world. Highlights include the greenhouses, the Japanese Garden, the Chinese Garden, the First Nations Garden and the Insectarium. Tip: If you have time, make sure to visit the Biodome

Mus e des Beaux-ArtsInternationally renowned for its permanent collection, totalling over 30,000 objects, as well as its temporary exhibitions, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, founded in 1860, was Canada's first art museum. Tip: If you love museums, be sure to inquire at

Pointe- -Calli re, Montr al Museum of ArchaeologyOpened in 1992, this museum brings alive the fascinating history of the city from its very beginnings here at Calliere Point. Tip: Ask the concierge for the museum pass and do not miss their multi-media show.

Notre-Dame BasilicaLocated in the Old City, Notre-Dame's exterior is stunning. Excellent sound and light show celebrating the founding of Montreal is usually presented Tuesdays to Saturdays. Tip: There is an entrance fee, but it includes a 20 minute guided tour.

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