Renaissance Montreal Downtown Hotel | Discover Renaissance Hotels
Montreal Photo by Jason Botkin / CC BY 2.0 / Resized and filter applied

Renaissance Montreal Downtown Hotel

In the heart of downtown Montreal, steps from the iconic Place Ville Marie and the shopping hub of St. Catherine St, a design adventure awaits you. Featuring splendid rooms and a lobby inspired by local street art, this sophisticated hotel with its eclectic flair perfectly blends business with pleasure. Our Navigators know their way around the hotel and the city. Providing a highly personalized service, they can meet each and every one of your requests and delight you in doing so. Enjoy modern pan Asian cuisine in our refined restaurant, East. Showcasing the only rooftop terrace in the downtown area, the “oh-so” happening panoramic lounge has a full bar, bistro kitchen and a stainless steel plunge pool. Our meeting spaces are designed for the gathering of the creative minds. We offer an inspiring environment to help you think and communicate, and now your team can go on and set the world to rights. 

Maison Cloakroom Bar

Unleash your inner gentleman in this secret cocktail lounge hidden in a luxurious tailor boutique for men.
Maison Cloakroom Bar is located in a typical 19th century house of the Golden Square Mile neighborhood. The door to this intimate speakeasy is hidden in a luxurious made-to-measure tailor boutique for men where a host will escort you to your seat. Let the expert bartender create a customized drink from your preferred alcohol. Suit not so optional.
Address: 100-2175 de la Montagne, Montreal, H3G 1Z8, QC, Canada
Phone: +514 284 9393
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday from 3:00 PM to 1:30 AM
Hotel: Renaissance Montreal Downtown Hotel
Distance: 1.07 km
Satosphère - find
Photo by Sébastien Roy   under license
Resized and filter applied


Experience the latest audiovisual creations of the Satosphère's 360-degree immersive projection screen.
If you are walking around Montreal's old Red Light District and you notice an intriguing silver dome, chances are you are looking at the Satosphère. It is the first theater of its kind. The Society For Arts and Technology welcomes the public into this immersive 360-degree spherical projection screen for various events to witness new artistic creations of this constantly developing technology.
Address: 1201 Blvd. St-Laurent, Montreal, H2X 2S6, QC, Canada
Phone: +514 844 2033
Opening hours: Box office opens 2h before each event
Hotel: Renaissance Montreal Downtown Hotel
Distance: 1.04 km

Boutique Tozzi

Build the perfect wardrobe at this upscale fashion boutique surrounded by a variety of local bars and restaurants.
Boutique Tozzi offers shoppers trendy, high-end men's clothing, shoes, and accessories in a modern setting. Located on Crescent Street, the shop is bordered by impressive architecture, lively cafés, and some of Montréal’s most exciting clubs, making it a great place to shop when exploring the city.
Address: 2115 Rue Crescent, Montreal, H3G 2C1, Quebec, Canada
Phone: +(514) 285 2444
Opening hours: Monday to Wednesday from 10:00 AM to 06:00 PM, Thursday to Friday from 10:00 AM to 09:00 PM, Saturday 10:00 AM to 06:00 PM, Sunday 12:00 PM to 06:00 PM
Hotel: Renaissance Montreal Downtown Hotel
Distance: 1.1 km

La Habanera

Cool 1950's Havana-themed bar serving Cuban inspired dishes & mojitos.
With the smell of Cuban cigars, the sound of harmonizing salsa music, and the authenticity of the oil paintings and guitars posted on the wall, La Habanera makes you feel like you just landed in Havana. Serving a wide selection of cocktails, their specialty concoction would be a diverse range of mojitos, and if you're not happy with that, the bartender will make one up for you on the spot!
Address: 1216 Avenue Union, Montreal, H3B 3C4, Quebec, Canada
Phone: +514 375 5355
Opening hours: Tuesday to Thursday from 05:30 PM to 10:00 PM, Friday to Saturday from 05:30 PM to 11:00 PM
Hotel: Renaissance Montreal Downtown Hotel
Distance: 0.11 km


Authentic Italian restaurant with a snazzy espresso bar serving homemade cooked pasta & wood-fired oven baked pizza.
Four life long friends with one dream opened Fiorellino, which provides its customers with a homemade Italian dining experience. Enter the restaurant and the first thing you see is the espresso bar as well as a counter displaying a wide variety of Italian goodies. The decor has an industrial flare along with its mouth watering dishes, differentiating itself from the rest of its competitors.
Address: 470 Rue de la Gauchetière O., Montreal, H2X 1E3, Quebec, Canada
Phone: +(514) 878 3666
Opening hours: Monday to Friday 07:00 AM until 11:00 PM, Saturday to Sunday 05:00 PM to 11:00 PM
Hotel: Renaissance Montreal Downtown Hotel
Distance: 0.57 km
Else's - find
Photo by sufw   under license
Resized and filter applied


Pair local craft brews with comfort food served with a gourmet twist at this conversation-friendly pub that's won the heart of locals.
Simple, inviting and friendly, Else's has everything you could want in a local pub. The low-lit square space enclosed by oversize windows looks out onto the busy street and allows plenty of people-watching opportunities. While the Norwegian founder, Else, is no longer alive, the mantle is ably assumed by Elliott Smith (her son) and partner Claude Pires, who've worked to retain the pub's original spirit and bonhomie. Though small, the expertly-manned kitchen run by Marielvi Falvino serves up moreish plates of house-made sausages, pork tacos, and mini quinoa burgers that pack a flavor-packed punch, served alongside an extensive beverage list. Stop by to discover why regulars and critics alike refer to Else's as "the Gem of the Plateau!"
Address: 156 rue Roy Est, Montreal, H2W 1M2, QC, Canada
Phone: +1 514 286 6689
Opening hours: Sunday to Saturday from 12:00 PM to 03:00 AM
Hotel: Renaissance Montreal Downtown Hotel
Distance: 2.1 km
L'Oratoire Saint Joseph du Mont-Royal - find
Photo by Dougtone   under license
Resized and filter applied

L'Oratoire Saint Joseph du Mont-Royal

This domed basilica perched on a hill welcomes over two million visitors yearly and offers breathtaking views in tranquil settings.
Founded by Saint Brother André, the oratory's construction began in 1904 and continued until the 1960s. The basilica's unique combination of architectural influences makes it a fascinating religious site, dedicated to Saint Joseph. Take a self-guided tour and explore this monumental spiritual and cultural site comprising the immense carillon with 56 bells, the votive chapel, the crypt church, the tomb of Saint Brother Andre, the first chapel, museums, and landscaped gardens. The church's magnificent 97-meter copper dome is second in size to only St. Peter's in Vatican City and is an iconic city landmark seen for miles. 
Address: 3800 Chemin Queen Mary, Montreal, H3V 1H6, QC, Canada
Phone: +1 514 733 8211
Hotel: Renaissance Montreal Downtown Hotel
Distance: 4.8 km
N Sur Mackay - find
Photo by star5112   under license
Resized and filter applied

N Sur Mackay

Nostalgic cocktails served with a unique twist make for the perfect apéro at this stylish speakeasy in the city's iconic Golden Square Mile.
This subterranean bar isn't easy to spot, serving in-the-know Montrealers handcrafted cocktails with flair, and is worth searching out. Inspired by 1920s Prohibition era, this bar is inviting with its low lighting, Art Deco furniture, and crystal chandeliers illuminating brick-lined interiors. Creative mixology teamed with a true appreciation for classic libations offers a menu of perfectly-orchestrated Manhattans and bespoke concoctions. Whiskey connoisseurs can opt for a tumbler of single malt or rare whiskey from their carefully curated list; the eclectic collection spans everything from Glenlivet to Mackmyra. Try the cocktail of the week and unwind in style.
Address: 1244 rue Mackay, Montreal, H3G 2H4, QC, Canada
Phone: +1 514 938 1244
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 05:00 PM to 03:00 AM
Hotel: Renaissance Montreal Downtown Hotel
Distance: 1.2 km
Redpath Museum - find
Photo by zizou   under license
Resized and filter applied

Redpath Museum

Take a tour of this museum and explore everything from world cultures to the nation's natural and cultural history.
One of the country's oldest museums, Redpath is an academic branch of McGill University. The museum's building itself is fascinating, a blend of ancient and modern styles that are the hallmarks of Victorian Classicism and an expression of North American Greek Revival traditions. The comprehensive collection spans various fields including mineralogy, zoology, paleontology, and ethnology. From ancient Egyptian mummies to even more ancient dinosaur fossils and an intriguing array of plant, animal, and mineral displays, there is something to interest all ages here. Get an in-depth view of the history and diversity of Québec as you explore the Dawson Gallery, learn about our biological ancestors in the Back to the Sea exhibit, and the region's dynamic bio-system at the Quebec Biodiversity exhibition. 
Address: 859 Sherbrooke Street West, McGill University Campus, Montreal, H3A 2K6, QC, Canada
Phone: +1 514 398 4086
Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM,Sunday from 11:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Hotel: Renaissance Montreal Downtown Hotel
Distance: 0.9 km
Le Mal Nécessaire - find
Photo by Mariel Rosenblüth   under license
Resized and filter applied

Le Mal Nécessaire

Look for the green neon pineapple to find this design bar with a tropical flair located in the heart of Chinatown.
Located in a Chinatown basement, Le Mal Nécessaire is a not too formal bar with a beautiful esthetic serving an elaborate cocktail list, including drinks in pineapples. Make sure to grab a seat at the bar to watch the staff mastering the art of mixology right before your eyes and be ready to mingle with locals.
Address: 1106 St-Laurent, Montreal, H2Z 1J5, QC, Canada
Phone: +514 439 9199
Opening hours: Sunday to Wednesday from 4:30 PM to 2:00 AM, Thursday to Saturday from 4:30pm to 3:00am
Hotel: Renaissance Montreal Downtown Hotel
Distance: 1.09 km

Frank + Oak

Pretty much everything you need is at Frank + Oak. Their trendy and simplistic styles are perfect for any kind of man.
This place is huge! As soon as you walk in on the ground floor they have a coffee shop called Café Névé, and I must say they make a pretty good espresso! Get a fresh haircut at their barbershop on the second floor. And if you don’t know what you're shopping for, they’ve got their own personal stylists waiting to help you find your perfect fit (so long as you book an appointment with them).
Address: 1420 Rue Stanley, Montreal, H3A 1P7, Quebec, Canada
Phone: +(514) 228 3761
Opening hours: Monday to Wednesday from 10:00 AM to 07:00 PM, Thursday to Friday from 10:00 AM to 09:00 PM, Saturday 10:00 AM to 06:00 PM, Sunday 11:00 PM to 05:00 PM
Hotel: Renaissance Montreal Downtown Hotel
Distance: 0.66 km
Centre Phi - find
Photo by Martine Lavoie   under license
Resized and filter applied

Centre Phi

The perfect place for a rainy day, Centre Phi's state-of-the-art exhibits will satisfy contemporary art lovers.
Located in the Old Montreal in a patrimonial building (that is quite a contrast from the modern inside), this contemporary art space is a multi-disciplinary center that offers a wide selection of independent film viewings, art exhibitions, intimate concerts, and many other creative art displays. Admission is usually free since their main mission is to make art accessible to the public.
Address: 407 Saint-Pierre, Montreal, H2Y 2M3, QC, Canada
Phone: +514 225 0525
Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 9:00AM to 5:00PM, Saturday from 12:00PM to 5:00PM
Hotel: Renaissance Montreal Downtown Hotel
Distance: 1.29 km

More about your hotel

1250 Boulevard Robert-Bourassa Montreal H3B 3B8 Canada +1 514 657-5000 Book now

Services & Amenities

  • High-speed internet
  • Nespresso machine in each room
  • On-site restaurant
  • Business center
  • Meeting event space
  • Fitness center
  • Pool
  • Parking
  • Valet dry-cleaning
  • Pet friendly