Right in the middle of it all
Hanging out on the southern part of Saint Laurent Boulevard, Hotel ZERO 1's cool, modern demeanor radiates a laid back vibe that's both hip and welcoming. Access is one of its number one features, peering out across Renee Levesque Boulevard to the elaborately decorated storefronts of Chinatown, while a brisk walk northward brings all the culinary extravagance and cultural prowess Saint Catherine Street has to offer. Like an indie film star, Hotel ZERO 1 is all things distinct and eclectic, but also accommodating and chic and eager to place you in the best position to enjoy all that Montreal is known for.
Spacious open concept relaxation
Equipped for all manners of relaxation from TV-watching while sprawled across your lush duvet, to web-perusing using the complimentary WiFi, your LOFT Suite will keep your focus on the excitement ahead while assuring a rejuvenating escape. Enormous, bright window add an enticing glow to the stylish urban ambiance, from which you'll be able to survey Montreal's bustling downtown landscape.
A foodie's paradise
Culinary escapades of all flavours and styles abound in all directions leading from Hotel ZERO 1. Venture deeper into Chinatown for authentic Asian cuisine bursting with sizzle and spice. Take a quick walk further down the Main into Old Montreal for a refined dining experience at the decadent Vieux-Port Steakhouse, or for a slightly less traditional carnivorous experience and sparking atmosphere pick your way through the offerings on the menu at the trendy Mechant Boeuf Bar & Brasserie. Masters and commanders of mixology, the bartenders at La Distillerie, northward on Ontario Street, utilize more than the usual suspects in their flavour-packed cocktails and serve them in mason jars with fanciful garnishes.
What to do first?
Exploding at the seams with cultural endeavours, active adventures and architectural treasures, Montreal is a vibrant hub of things to do in all seasons. Defy the winter chill by attacking it head-on, gliding along the rink at the Quays of the Old Port, or suit up in your best one-piece skiwear and revel at the annual outdoor extravaganza affectionately called Igloofest. Choose to stay indoors and trundle westward toward the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and other fascinating cultural establishments, as well as the expansive underground city for a dynamic shopping excursion. With metro access nearby, the entire city is open to bend at the will of whatever adventure you intend to seek.