Extraordinary and unique
Access to a simplified way of life, near all amenities! Located at the heart of the Griffintown historical neighborhood, benefit from an unprecedented access to the effervescence and glamour of this distinctive neighborhood. Staying at Le Hexagon also means being next to the best attractions in the area – the Lachine Canal and the Peel Basin. A peaceful haven well-known by all Montreal's, the Lachine Canal is an urban paradise for cyclists, runners and hiking enthusiasts. A real gem in Montreal's landscape, the Canal will take you from the Old Port to Lachine’s beautiful shores, via a mandatory stop at the Atwater market.
- Fully Equipped Kitchens (Stainless steel appliances)
- Convenience of In-Suite Washer and Dryer
- Spacious Bedrooms with Queen-Size Beds
- Quality Bedding and Linen
- Panoramic Rooftop Terrace
- Outdoor Pool with Swimming Lanes
- Private Fitness Facilities / Sauna / Steam Bath
- Private Theater
- BIXI Self-Service Bike Stations Available Nearby
- 24/7 Security/Doorman
- Housekeeping Service Every Two Weeks
- Complimentary High Speed WIFI Internet
- Complimentary Digital Cable TV Service
- Complimentary Local Calling & Voicemail
- Pet Friendly with Restrictions
- Indoor Parking Available
- Flexible Nightly & Weekly Rates (plus tax)
- Non-Taxable Monthly Rates
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Suite 1111 (One Bedroom)
Suite 1502 (Three-bedroom)
Suite 601 (One-Bedroom)
Suite 1015 (Two-bedroom)
Suite 1017 (two-bedroom)
Suite 1019 (Two-Bedroom)
Premiere Suites Montreal - Hexagone
Griffintown is the industrial birthplace of Canada, home to a storied working-class Irish community. A condo boom over the past decade has transformed the area tripling the population.
Restaurants Nora Gray is a popular fine Italian restaurant located on a strip below the Bell Centre. Run by three thirty-somethings, the 50-seat establishment is always packed.
Opened in late 2015, Foxy’s quickly became one of the hardest reservations to land in the city. Owners Solomon and Girard met and trained in Montreal’s famed Toqué! Kitchen and already have one successful venture, the Old Montreal bakery Olive + Gourmando under their belt.
Set in a modern/industrial decor with some country accents, Le Bon Vivant describes itself as fine dining without all the superfluous fuss. Their chalkboard menu is updated daily with seasonal ingredients.
Located on Notre-Dame street in the heart of Griffintown, Grinder Restaurant is a cozy kitchen and raw bar serving tartars, tatakis, ceviches and carpaccios. You will also find steaks, grilled and braised meats and seafood on the menu.
Joe Beef & Liverpool House is an Old Montreal classic just beyond Griffintown in neighbouring Little Burgundy. At Joe Beef, you’ll find steaks and seafood; while the Liverpool House is more oyster bar and old world wines.
Pubs / Bars
Pub Burgundy Lion is a blend of traditional British pub with a modern lounge bar feel and a twist on British pub cuisine. They offer more than 400 whiskies, the largest collection in Quebec and one of the largest in North America.
Canal Lounge is Montreal’s first-ever floating boat café. Docked on the Lachine Canal at 22 Avenue Atwater from May to October, the 50-person boat serves alcohol, popcorn and Dutch cookies from 5 p.m to 11 p.m.
Food / Grocers
Open year-round, Atwater Market offers a wide variety of fresh, unique and specialty products. It is known for its butchers and delicatessens, as well as its horticultural vendors and farmers.
Lachine Canal is an urban paradise for cyclists, runners and hiking enthusiasts that runs 14.5 km between the Old Port to Lac Saint-Louis, through Griffintown and other neighbourhoods.