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Hôtel Champ-de-Mars

The Hotel Champ-de-Mars is located near the gates of the Old Port of Montreal, approximately nine miles from Trudeau-Dorval International Airport.

The Hotel Champ-de-Mars is at the eastern main entrance of the Old Port of Montreal, near the Saint Lawrence River, on 756 Berri Street.

The street's name is said to come from Simon Despres, known as Le Berry, a wealthy landowner who was killed by Iroquois in 1663.

The northern facade of the hotel is bordered by Saint Louis Street, formerly the main road of the little suburb Saint Louis, which had developed just outside the fortifications during the 1740's. The southern facade of the hotel is bordered by the Parc de Ville-de-la-Fleche.

The hotel is also near Place Jacques-Cartier, one of the liveliest spots in Montreal. In the early 19th century the hotel served as a rooming house and tavern favored by sailors before change of ownership and subsequent renovation.

Hotel amenities include the restaurant and bar (Blues Cafe), and access to the Energie Cardio Fitness Club, aerobics, massage treatments, and tanning areas.

The hotel also offers concierge service, dry cleaning, and complimentary High-speed Wireless Internet access.

All rooms feature TVs, phones, air-conditioning, and private bathrooms.

Parking available (+ 500 spaces indoor) at the cost of 15 dollars per 24 hours.

Free high speed wireless internet is also available free of charge 24/7 in the lobby and in the restaurant areas.

Breakfast is available at the cost of 10 dollars + taxes per person

Property Conditions
-Reservations are pre-paid in full and non-refundable.

**In Canada (Province of Quebec), a sales tax of 18.99% +$2.00 reservation fee is applicable on all hotel room rates and is not included in our quoted prices.**