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Hotel style: St. Paul Hotel, Montreal

Montreal's original designer hotel puts the spotlight on impeccable design.

When it comes to hotels, the difference is in the details. And when it comes to Montreal's St. Paul Hotel, the details are what make it stand out as the city's premium hotel. Opened in 2001, the St. Paul was the first boutique hotel to be built in Montreal and they made it known – they celebrated the opening with a Hugo Boss fashion show held in the second floor atrium. From that point forward, the St. Paul set the standard for boutique hotels in Montreal, from the fabulous service to the unique design.

On a recent visit to the city, I spent a few nights at the St. Paul and had an opportunity to chat with the lovely Peter Cappello, Room Division Director of the hotel. "The amount of thought put into the hotel's design is extraordinary," says Peter. "There's a big focus on the flow of the space and it being a modern resemblance of nature." The hotel's lobby features a breathtaking fireplace that looks like a wall of burning ice, a reflection of the Canadian landscape. And it's just the design details like this that set the St. Paul apart.

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The lobby at Montreal's St. Paul Hotel is a minimalist's dream. With a stunning icy-stone fire wall and chic seating, it's a space that guests use to read the paper or relax with a cup of coffee.

 

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