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Where Are the Best Restaurants in Hotels and Spas?

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updated: Oct 12, 2022

Where Are the Best Restaurants in Hotels and Spas?

Sometimes we choose our vacation based on the services and location of the hotel or spa but in some cases, it is the wonderful restaurant in the hotel or spa that helps us determine where we will go. 

Having the opportunity to relax and eat at the best Hotel & Spa restaurants in Montreal gives you a break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Pull out your calendar, because you'll want to visit each of these places for both the accommodations, the spa, and the dining experiences. 



900, boul René-Lévesque O, Montréal, H3B 4A5

View More  (514) 954-2261

Roselys is located in the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth and offers contemporary bistro cuisine from lunch to dinner. In the afternoon, enjoy a traditional English afternoon tea upstairs. We strongly suggest that you try their buffet brunch on weekends. 

Best Restaurants in Hotels and Spas


1255, rue Jeanne-Mance, Montréal, H5B 1E5

View More  (514) 841-2021


This restaurant is ideally located at Place-des-Arts in the DoubleTree by Hilton Montreal. Be in the heart of the action while enjoying a meal with boreal and nordic flavors, a large wine cellar, and original cocktail recipes.

Best Restaurants in Hotels and Spas


3706, rue St-Denis, Montréal, H2X 3L7

View More  (514) 285-4628

Ethiopian restaurant in the Kutuma Hotel, Nil Bleu is one of Montreal's favorites. The tasting menu (omnivore or vegan) allows you to discover the best flavors of Ethiopia in a friendly way. If you are more adventurous, opt for the excellent a la carte dishes.

Best Restaurants in Hotels and Spas


475, ave. du Président-Kennedy, Montréal, H3A 1J7

View More  (514) 284-4313

Inside the Delta Hotel by Marriott Montreal, Brasserie Milton offers gourmet cuisine inspired by Quebec, its seasons, its producers, and its specialties. All reasons are good to go: for breakfast, lunch, aperitif, or dinner. In summer, the terrace creates an oasis in the heart of downtown!

Where are the Best Restaurants in Hotels and Spas?


3300, rue De L'Éclipse, Brossard, J4Z 0P5

View More  (450) 466-3017

The opening of a branch of Industria in Brossard was highly anticipated and it is in the Courtyard by Marriott Montreal Brossard that we find it. The best of Italian cuisine is served here, including pizzas, plates of pasta, and generous submarines. Accompany your visit with a glass of wine and/or cocktail!

Best Restaurants in Hotels and Spas


1228, rue Nobel, Boucherville, J4B 5H1

View More  (450) 655-4939


It is in Boucherville in the Hotel Mortagne that we head for the Restaurant Sens. Combining bistro style, local products, and world influences, the menu consists of classic dishes reinvented. During the summer season, don't miss the magnificent terrace with a stream running around the tables.

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1440, rue de la Montagne, Montréal, H3G 1Z5

View More  (514) 843-2525

The Four Seasons Hotel and Residences Montreal are lucky to have restaurant Marcus by the famous chef Marcus Samuelsson. Their reputation is well known for their magnificent seafood platters, quality meat dishes, brunches, and sublime view of downtown Montreal. Perfect place for lunch, dinner, or for your late-night cocktails.

Best Restaurants in Hotels and Spas


1050, rue de la Gauchetiere O, Montréal, H3B 4C9

View More  (514) 878-6799

A jewel to discover in downtown Montreal is Lloyd in the Marriott Château Champlain Montreal. From the décor to the aesthetics of the plates, one feels transported into the creative universe of the chefs on site, from morning to night. The menu is a magnificent combination of the flavors of Oceania and Quebec ingredients.

Where are the Best Restaurants in Hotels and Spas?


711, Côte de la Place d'Armes, Montréal, H2Y 2X6

View More  (514) 282-2711

Izakaya, sushi, noodle, and sake bar, here is an example of what you can taste at Kyo in the Place d'Armes Hotel in Old Montreal. Open for lunches and dinners, it's the place to enjoy Japanese dishes as beautiful as delicious! You can also enjoy and discover a wide selection of sake, Japanese whiskey, and plum wine. 

Best Restaurants in Hotels and Spas


1228, rue Sherbrooke O, Montréal, H3G 1H6

View More  (514) 842-4212

Any opportunity is a good one to visit Boulud at the Ritz Carlton Montreal. The menu for the different services changes seasonally depending on what local producers can provide. The dishes are French-inspired due to the origin of chef-owner Daniel Boulud with a mix of Italian due to the executive chef's roots. Let yourself be taken on a high-quality experience that demonstrates your love of good food.

Best Restaurants in Hotels and Spas


1810, rue Richelieu, Beloeil, J3G 4S4

View More  (514) 882-5629

Lovers of fine Quebec cuisine, Le Coureur des Bois is a must on your list. The wine cellar alone is worth a stop and is on the prestigious list of Wine Spectator magazine. Chef Jean-Sébastien Giguère will be happy to cook you dishes that will allow you to (re) discover what Quebec has to offer. A trip to Beloeil is a must to visit both the Hôtel Rive-Gauche and this restaurant.

Best Restaurants in Hotels and Spas



358, rue de la Commune O, Montréal, H2Y 2E2

View More  (514) 284-0333

The Bota Bota has no reputation to make. A boat converted into a place of relaxation, it is a sublime place to receive a massage, do water circuits and eat! The restaurant La Traversée, in addition to having a view of the Old Port of Montreal, offers cuisine that focuses on health, flavors, and greed while promoting Quebec's terroir by using fresh local products.

Best Restaurants in Hotels and Spas


1001, boul. de la Forêt, Montréal, H3E 1X9

View More  (514) 761-2772

There are 4 Strom Spas in the province, one of which is on Nuns' Island with the Nord restaurant. A culinary and creative space, their bistro offers Nordic-inspired dishes that highlight local artisans and fresh local products. The menu is ephemeral and evolves with the seasons.

Best Restaurants in Hotels and Spas

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