sits only steps away from the Old-Port and the many captivating historical attractions make Montreal city so adorable.
La Maison Pierre du Calvet offers luxurious rooms, a gastronomy table with a prestigious selection from its wine cellar, access to its impressive library, its indoor garden and terrace which breath with comfort, sophistication and originality.
Our luxurious rooms are furnished with antiques, mahogany canopy beds, superior quality Egyptian cotton linens, fireplaces, private bathrooms and a living-in area. Rates may vary according to room configuration and size.
Montréal is just buzzing with historical sites, museums and art galleries that just want to be discovered. You can embark on a cultural adventure on your own or ask for the services of a tour guide.
The library is comfortably furnished with a sitting area in front of a big fireplace and old refectory tables propitious for reading or business meetings. It is an ideal room that can also accommodate small groups of 35 people.
Adjacent to the reception area, our small Victorian greenhouse or interior garden as we also call it is located in the heart of the house. It is a relaxing area where one can sit and enjoy a cocktail while talking with our parrots.
The outside terrace is stone paved and surrounded by high stone walls covered with vines, giving it an exceptionally intimate character. It is also an ideal place for cocktails during beautiful summer evenings.
Used also as a small private dining room for 4 to 12 people, our salon Beaupré decorated with French tapestries and small bronze reproductions of the Paris Chevaux de Marly is a charming and warm room, especially in the winter where we can enjoy a fire burning in the chimney.
Rates & Availability
One overnight stay: from 265 $ to 295 $.
Fee per additional person: 35 $.
Prices include a continental breakfast
which is served between 8h00 and 10h00.
Check in: 15h00 Check out: noon
Located at the corner of Bonsecours and Saint-Paul streets, it is massive and imposing with its stone walls and enormous chimney's.
Bonsecours Street is located in the heart of Old-Montreal at a walking distance of the Old-Port. It is one of the oldest in the city with its cobble stone street. The chapel Notre-Dame-de-Bonsecours and the Maison Pierre du Calvet are surrounded by historic homes that date from the XVIIIth and XIXth century.