At Alt Hotels, we march to a different beat by giving guests the best of what they want without any extra fluff. Located in Winnipeg, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Brossard, Quebec City, Halifax, St. John’s and soon Calgary and Saskatoon, all of our properties are carefully crafted to combine eco-friendly comfort within sleek urban spaces – all designed with guests in mind.
- Intelligent, modern design with loads of natural light.
- Complimentary WIFI and ultra-comfortable mattresses.
- Versatile and friendly staff.
- Eco-friendly features like geothermal heating and cooling and energy efficient lighting.
« At Alt Hotels, we want travellers to ask
themselves what is truly important in a hotel stay.
Is it the chocolate on their pillow or a
good night’s sleep in an ultra-comfortable bed? »
Hotels under construction
About Alt Hotels
The first to open in 2007, Alt Hotel Quartier DIX30 has 158 rooms and is located on Montréal’s South Shore in the midst of great restaurants, shopping and entertainment!
Alt Hotel Quebec
Formerly Hôtel Le Germain-des-Prés, Alt Hotel Québec City has 126 rooms and is located in the Sainte-Foy neighbourhood with easy access to shopping and renowned Le Bistango restaurant.
This hotel has 153 rooms on the site of Toronto’s Pearson International Airport and is accessible via a short ride to the end of the LINK train line.
A 169-room hotel at Halifax Stanfield International Airport.
A 154-room hotel in one of Montréal’s newest hot spots.
Alt Hotel Winnipeg
A 160-room hotel in the heart of the Sports, Hospitality and Entertainment District (SHED).
Alt Hotel Ottawa
A 148 room hotel in the heart of downtown Ottawa on Slater Street.
Alt Hotel Calgary East Village
A 155-room hotel overlooking Bow River located in the heart of the dynamic East Village.
Alt Hotel St-John’s
The four storey, 148 room building, will overlook the harbour and offer a spectacular view of The Narrows channel.
Alt Hotel Saskatoon
The elegant 15-storey hotel is a key component of River Landing, a major real estate development project in Saskatoon.