Hotel Le Germain Toronto is a centerpiece of Toronto’s Entertainment District. The Princess of Wales Theatre, Roy Thompson Hall and TIFF Bell Lightbox are some of the celebrated city institutions in the neighbourhood of this modern hotel offering contemporary luxury and uncompromising service.
The only hotel in Quebec to be granted the CAA/AAA's prestigious Five Diamond Award, the Ritz-Carlton Montreal has also been named one of Conde Nast Traveler's Best New Hotels and Robb Report's Top 100 Hotels for 2013. This historic hotel has the most elegant address in the city since its opening in 1912 and is conveniently located in the Golden Square Mile, near many high-end boutiques, galleries and museums, as well as the city's best fine-dining and cultural establishments. The Property's 96 guest rooms and 33 suites feature the latest in high-tech amenities and have been redesigned with the utmost in luxury and comfort in mind. Details from the original 1912 hotel abound to accentuate its seamless mixture of old and new.
Designed for the business traveler or those in tune with expanding cultural views, the InterContinental Montréal is situated between the business district and Old Montréal. Adding to its appeal, the hotel is located above the Montréal World Trade Centre, a monument of architecture known for its large glassed in atrium. Accented with warm rich colours, the rooms are bound to be inviting and relaxing after a jam packed day.
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