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449 Rue Ste.-Hélène, Montreal, Quebec , Canada

The era of the minimalist design hotel may be drawing to a close, but this surprisingly affordable hotel shows no signs of losing its edge. There’s contemporary Italian furniture (Bertoia Bird chairs, Tolomeo lamps) and exposed brickwork in the 30 somber-hued rooms; heated bathroom floors punctuated by cast-iron columns dating from the building’s textile-factory days; and a colorful downstairs lounge. The overall effect is as current and exciting as when Gault first opened six years ago.

 

 

Room to Book: The Essential Top 5 room—especially in summer—for its terrace with views of the port.

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Hôtel Gault

The era of the minimalist design hotel may be drawing to a close, but this surprisingly affordable hotel shows no signs of losing its edge. There’s contemporary Italian furniture (Bertoia Bird chairs, Tolomeo lamps) and exposed brickwork in the 30 somber-hued rooms; heated bathroom floors punctuated by cast-iron columns dating from the building’s textile-factory days; and a colorful downstairs lounge. The overall effect is as current and exciting as when Gault first opened six years ago.

 

 

Room to Book: The Essential Top 5 room—especially in summer—for its terrace with views of the port.