Hotel St Paul Montreal

Hotel St Paul, Montreal: hotel of the week

We’re joining the locals in Canada’s capital of cosmopolitan cool, Montreal, in swapping out our dark and moody heavy layers for a dark and moody sleeveless look to welcome summer. And, there’s no place better set for taking advantage of all the season of festivals and outdoor markets has to offer than the sleek Hotel St Paul.

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Setting Stylish streets of Vieux MontréalHotel St Paul Montreal

Why this week? The outdoor season of fast cars (Canadian Grand Prix,  7–9 June), music (International Jazz Festival 28 June to 7 July) and fashion (Mode and Design Festival  31 July to 3 August) is underway. With a little planning, you can take advantage of 15 per cent off your stay when you book seven dHotel St Paul, Montrealays prior to your arrival.

Our favourite bits Housed in a handsome Beaux Arts building in charming Old Montreal,  the hotel is grounded firmly in the city’s rich past. But, with its minimalist interiors, ethereal muslin drapes, modern colour scheme and dramatic touches like the fire-lit alabaster cube in the lobby, the St Paul very much embodies fashionable of-the-moment Montreal. And, it’s perfectly situated for exploring by foot, bike or metro all that’s happening around town this summer.

Mr & Mrs Smith say… ‘Stepping into our bedroom it’s clear that we have one of the ‘sky’ rooms, the others being styled with an ‘earth’ theme. This translates as high ceilings and a bright white decor, making it the perfect refuge from the searing street heat. After a quick visit from a housekeeper with a contagious laugh, we’re off to enjoy our first meal in the hotel’s sleek and prestigious restaurant…’  Read the full anonymous review of hotel St Paul.

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Laura brings luggage-loads of experience as a seasoned wanderer to team Smith. Meanderings have included: a semester spent studying art history and carbo-loading in Italy; too many early mornings filming riveting government press events at the Pentagon and US Capitol for C-SPAN; a stint as a lumberjill splitting firewood in Maine; and several years penning commercials about everything from lawnmowers to contact lenses (one that was even parodied on Saturday Night Live). Prior to ditching Brooklyn coffee shops for our New York office, she was most recently chasing down stories for The New York Times, New York Magazine, and Martha Stewart Living.

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