My stay was simply perfect. I loved the suite, it felt like home, and it was incredibly quiet considering this is a vibrant part of the city. I slept very soundly and enjoyed the fact that this is a small-scale hotel, where you can relax and do not have to deal with noise from other guests (or even run into them at all). The decor was warm and welcoming, and the kitchen was equipped with everything one could need. The wifi was super reliable, allowing me to have a seamless important Zoom meeting, and everything was sparkling clean. The best of all was, as others have mentioned, the kindness and helpfulness of the staff - more specifically, the owner himself, Mr. Turgay D. I enjoyed our conversations and was touched by him going out of his way to get me scissors when I needed them. I made sure to get his card as I will definitely call him directly when I need to stay in Montreal next - not only do I think he will remember me (he's just that nice and attentive to detail!) but it is definitely going to be a better deal for both parties involved compared to booking via a travel site. I did not know that before but you live, you learn! This kind of experience is incomparably better than anything the bigger hotels could offer. I also enjoyed the location, the proximity to Montreal's most famous park (designed by the same architect who created Central Park in NYC), and there are many charming places nearby, the coffee at Cafe Pikolo was outstanding and I had a very nice brunch at Cafe St-Barth (both within 1 minute of walking). You just can't go wrong with Parc Suites Hotel!…
I stayed here in November/December for 7 nights. The place has a character, very clean, centrally located and the staff was amazing. Turgay, the general manager and his team are very friendly, attentive and professional. Ask them for anything and they will make it happen. I stayed at Suite#5 on the second floor, it had everything I could ask for: nicely decorated, clean and spacious, 2 big screen TVs, a very clean kitchen, nice bathroom, a work desk and view of the Cross on the Mont Royal. This place has become my favorite in Montreal and I strongly recommend it to everyone.
We were looking for a place with charm, walking distance from downtown and with parking. This place is a taste of the real Montreal. It has only a small number of rooms, all are suites that include a fully equipped kitchen. We had the good fortune of meeting the owner, who showed us more than just the lovely room we stayed in, which included a bedroom and a sitting room. All were neat, clean and well-appointed, right to the paintings on the wall (not prints!). We had dinner on St. Catherine Street, went to Place des Arts, visited the Underground City – all on foot. It is a perfect solution for our escapes to Montreal.
Could not have had a more perfect stay! Our room had everything we needed and plenty of Montreal character. The bed was lovely to come back to after a long am day of exploring the city, so cozy! The manager and staff were very accommodating and friendly. Walking distance to Downtown and Old Port. Plenty of bars, shops, and restaurants nearby. Will be staying here again when we come back.
We stayed here for 4 nights in November. Our host was delightful, handling our luggage and helping park our car. Our two-room suite was huge and the beds were more comfortable than our beds at home. Best sleep I’ve had in years! Housekeeping was awesome and everything was spotless. The hotel doesn’t serve breakfast, but there are numerous restaurants and stores within an easy few minutes walk, and we had fun trying out the various eateries. In short, we felt totally at home here and would definitely stay again.
A colleague and I chose this hotel because it's in the McGill University neighborhood and close to Sherbrooke Street. It turned out to be perfect in terms of both location and amenities. There is a supermarket within the block, as well as an assortment of small restaurants, a Tim Horton's directly across the street, and a Jean Coutu store nearby. The owner of Parc Suites, who was on site to check us in and out, was extremely professional and gracious. He carried our luggage to our rooms and also personally escorted us to the parking lot conveniently located right behind the building. The hotel is small, very charming, and immaculately clean. My room had a well-equipped kitchen with up-to-date appliances (even including a toaster), a compact, but nicely appointed bathroom, and a bedroom with a very comfortable, large bed. There were televisions in both the living room area and the bedroom. Anyone staying in this hotel should be aware that there is no elevator and that there are quite a few stairs to climb from the entrance to the reception desk. While that didn't bother me, because the proprietor carried my suitcase, this could be an issue for some guests. In addition, I would recommend trying to get a room that isn't on the street side of the building, if one isn't accustomed to city noises during the night. …
What a wonderful hotel. Service was excellent. Great location. Spotlessly clean and beautiful room. I wasn't expecting the kitchen area but how nice and it was also spotless. Price was excellent also. Would never stay anywhere else in Montreal.
The rooms have been updated, and were clean, quiet and roomy. Turgay, the owner of this small hotel was extremely helpful, as well as charming. There are several restaurants within one block of the hotel. You can walk to the old city and the art museum. My only caveat is that I should have read the reviews more carefully, as there is no elevator and there are a lot of steps. That being said, make sure to ask for a room on the same floor as the reception desk (which is the lower of the two floor with rooms).
On the fringe of downtown Montreal. Pros: Very helpful and friendly manager; room very clean and comfortable; close walking distance to most attractions around the downtown area; supermarket only 30 metres away; comfortable bed; mini kitchenette with cooking range, microwave, bar fridge and kitchen-ware provided. Cons: No elevator and quite a climb up stairs to reception (think heavy cases); promoted as having cable TV but just 10 channels and only 2 of which were English speaking, and having a DVD player (none but not a big deal); daily housekeeping (none provided over the 4 nights we stayed although we were offered that about 6pm on our last evening and did not think it was worth it at that stage). Ours was the studio room so not as roomy as the suites. Beware the free parking only applies if you book directly with the hotel. Otherwise $20 per day plus taxes which adds up quick if you stay for several days. Overall pretty good but I think overpriced for what would be 3 star accommodation.…
This hotel is in a great location and it’s very intimate, because even though it’s close to almost attractions, it’s somewhat hidden. The manager and front desk were very helpful, and the room was very clean. The parking was somewhat odd. Overall a very nice experience!