Thursday, 18 July 2013


Built in 1725, Hotel Pierre du Calvet is a family mansion with antique furnishings and European character. Guests can relax in front of the fireplace in the welcoming library or enjoy a cocktail on the stone-paved terrace. The small Victorian garden, located adjacent to the reception area, is a great place for guests to rest while watching the beautiful parrots.

The luxurious suites at the Hotel Pierre du Calvet boasts mahogany canopy beds and premium linens. After a long day exploring Old Montreal, guests can warm up in front of the fireplace or entertain in the living area.The heritage hotel experience is excellence! This historic landmark in Old Montreal was built right into the city defense walls in 1725, and staying here is like stepping back in time: massive stone fireplaces with original carvings, gilded picture frames and four-poster beds surrounded by carefully preserved antiques. Benjamin Franklin stayed here in 1775 while trying to garner support for the American Revolution. The salon, library, wine cellar and dining rooms all drip the moneyed elegance of the period. There’s also a Victorian greenhouse and pretty vine-covered terrace.

Hotel Pierre du Calvet offers travelers and Quebecers a wonderful choice of memorable moments. You can choose among the splendid dining room,of fine-dining Restaurant Les Filles du Roy, or the beautiful terrace. It has an 18th century style setting with antique furnishing and are .Les Filles du Roy is a magical place where will taste the of French and Quebec cuisine. A romantic hotel owned by the second generation of the Trottier family, where every meal is transformed into an extraordinary experience of the senses. A hotel & restaurant situated in Old Montreal where your guarantee to have a wonderful time.Our independent authors have visited Pierre du Calvet and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Montreal.

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