Maison Saint-Thérèse

Old Port, Montreal

Old Port, Montreal

Maison Saint-Thérèse

Price
From $200/night
Nearest airport
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Montreal-Trudeau International
Owner
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Adrienne Couture
Designer
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Architecture by Steven Somogyi 

Interiors by Fulhaus and Sabrina Barazin 

Rooms
15 rooms
Best for
Solo travelers. The rooms are equipped like apartments, making it feel like a small home away from home.
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Location

Maison Sainte-Thérèse, is located in the beautiful Old Port of Montreal. The neighborhood is a city favorite, with many paying a visit to the bustling retail spaces and restaurants every day.


The building itself is a former library dating back to the 1800s. It was much later acquired by Maisons & Co, who renovated it into a modest boutique hotel with an apartment feel.

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Design

Construction took almost a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Resident architect Steven Somogyi was appointed to transform the library, with interiors by Fulhaus (who also worked on Maison Saint-Vincent) and Sabrina Barazin of Sabrina Barazin Studio.


Exposed original brick and stone let the history of the building seep through. But a modern, playful twist to an otherwise muted palette comes through the colorful furnishings, such as accent chairs and patterned rugs.

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Rooms

The 15 guest rooms take up two floors. The first floor is designed by Sabrina Barazin, while the second is by Fulhaus. Each one features a fully stocked kitchen, smart Roku television, Bluetooth speakers, toiletries, and cooking supplies.


The check-in process is the same as Maison Saint-Vincent—everything is virtual. Two days before your arrival, you'll receive check-in instructions via email. And then text messages with entry codes and emergency numbers on the day of.


Guests are made to feel well taken care of and are encouraged to get in touch with any questions or requests they might have.

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Food & Drink

There's no room service at Maison Sainte-Thérèse, but there is a fully stocked kitchen. You'll find a Nespresso machine with coffee pods, popcorn, and cooking supplies like olive oil.


The space delivers more than you'd expect. Then again, this is why we're partial to smaller hotels. It always comes down to the little details. The equipment you need for a morning coffee, quick and easy lunch, or cozy dinner and drinks, Maison Sainte-Thérèse will likely have it.

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Photos courtesy of Maisons & Co

Old Port, Montreal

Maison Saint-Thérèse

Price
From $200/night
Nearest airport
s
Montreal-Trudeau International
Owner(s)
Adrienne Couture
Designer(s)

Architecture by Steven Somogyi 

Interiors by Fulhaus and Sabrina Barazin 

Rooms
15 rooms
Best for
Solo travelers. The rooms are equipped like apartments, making it feel like a small home away from home.

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