Gay Montreal · Hotels

Gay Montreal · Hotels

Looking for the best place to stay for gay travelers in Montreal?

near the Gay Village

Montreal’s Gay Village is small, but by no means quiet.

The main drag (no pun intended), Rue Sainte-Catherine, transforms into a pedestrian terrace lined with colourful bars and eateries in the summer months, topped with a rainbow canopy art installation entitled ‘Les Boules Roses’ or ‘Pink Balls’ (again, no pun intended).

There are endless gays nightclubs and bars for you to spend your sunny days and wild nights in, and local LGBT landmarks, including the Chapel of Hope AIDS victim memorial, are nearby.

Why this hotel?: Near-perfect reviews. Close to the gay village.

Stylish serviced studio apartments 2 minutes walk to Montreal’s gay village. The apartments are smart and offer ample natural light.

Located on a peaceful street and close to the Beaudry metro station, this location takes some beating. A continental breakfast is provided each morning.

If you’re looking for a hotel that isn’t quite a hotel, these serviced apartments are ideal.

When you’re ready to explore the city there are many bars and restaurants on your doorstep, Club Unity and Club Date are at the end of your road.


breakfast, serviced apartment

1831 Rue Montcalm, Montréal


Based on 244 votes

Why this hotel?: Good price. Good location.

A cosey, old-school hotel located right in the heart of the action. Stereo BarLe Campus, and Taverne Normandie are within 5 minutes walk so you’re sure to find your way back late at night.

The simply furnished rooms are comfortable and when you’re ready to explore the city, many great attractions are on your doorstep.

The Latin Quarter is just a ten-minute walk away. This is a good option if you’re looking to do Gay Montreal on a budget.

1254 St Denis St, Montreal


Based on 3756 votes

Why this hotel?: Popular hotel in the gay village. LGBTQ Chamber of Commerce member.

A cosy hotel in a great location with many of the best gay clubs on your doorstep. Auberge Le Pomerol is not just part of the gay village but also a member of the LGBTQ Chamber of Commerce, so a popular choice for gay travellers.

Reviewers often comment about how friendly the staff are.

This hotel certainly gives you bang for your buck.

Breakfast is served in the morning and tea and coffee are available throughout the day.

The rooms are basic but clean and comfortable. All come with free W-Fi.


gym, spa, breakfast

819 Boul de Maisonneuve , Montreal


Based on 1434 votes

Why this hotel?: Central location. Quirky and funky.

This intimate 5-bedroom B & B is located in Montreal’s Gay Village. The bright, colourful rooms come with cable TV and free Wi-Fi.

Breakfast is served each morning and you can make full use of the jacuzzi (weather permitting), the garden and rooftop sun deck.

When you’re ready to party all of the action is right on your doorstep, Stereo Bar is just around the corner.


breakfast, jacuzzi, sun deck, garden

1597 St Christophe St, Montreal


Based on 66 votes


The Centre-Ville of Montreal is one of the liveliest and most culturally rich areas in Canada.

Landmarks, museums, galleries and more are all around.

The main high-street, Rue Saint-Catherine, is lined with shopping malls, boutique stores, soaring skycrapers and metro stations. This road also connects to the Gay Village, a few minutes’ North.

Why this hotel?: Chic and Art-Deco. Close to the gay area.

Art deco era hotel located in Downtown Montreal. All of the 35 rooms are stylish suites and all come with kitchens, flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi.

A complimentary continental breakfast is provided each morning.

The hotel also has a gym so you can pump those biceps before you hit the gay village – think of all those hot Canadian lumberjacks.


free breakfast, gym

334 Terrasse Saint Denis, Montreal


Based on 1019 votes

Why this hotel?: In the heart of the city. 15 minutes to the Gay Village.

Affordable and modern hotel located a 15 minute walk to Montreal’s gay district in the heart of Downtown.

The well-appointed rooms come with free Wi-Fi, coffeemakers, flat-screen TVs and minifridges. If you upgrade to a suite you’ll have a living area, terrace and kitchenette.

When you’re ready to explore the city there are many bars and restaurants on your doorstep as you’re in the centre of Downtown.


cocktail bar, restaurant, terrace

1240 Drummond St, Montreal

Very Good

Based on 6070 votes

Why this hotel?: Stylish and upmarket. Excellent rooms.

An immaculate 4-star hotel that is especially welcoming to gay travellers and located close to the Gay Village.

The large, well-appointed rooms are stylish and comfortable with each room providing a kitchenette and movies-on-demand.

The hotel has an on-site restaurant and breakfast is provided each morning.

There’s also a gym so you can pump up those biceps before you hit nearby bars like Bar Aigle or Stock Bar.

There are so many great restaurants and bars to explore in the local area.


breakfast, gym, restaurant

1659 Sherbrooke St W, Montreal


Based on 2133 votes

Why this hotel?: Affordable hotel near the Gay Village. Good price.

This popular hotel is located on Rue Saint-Denis in the Quartier Latin, a very short walk to the Gay Village.

The well-appointed rooms come with wood floors, exposed brick and wood panels and homely decor. If you upgrade to a suite you’ll get a whirlpool tub and a lounge.

You’ll be staying on a buzzing street in a culturally rich part of the city.

When you’re ready to party there are many gay bars right on your doorstep, Complexe Sky is one of our favourite gay superclubs in the country.


breakfast, hot tub

2024 St Denis St, Montreal , Montreal


Based on 676 votes

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