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L'Appartement Hotel is located in downtown, you can walk almost everywhere, bars, restaurants, shops, it is close to McGill University.
We had a Studio queen size bed,the bedroom is a good size, bathroom and complete kitchen. Free wifi.Parking paid extra.
The hotel is clean, a...More
I stayed here for 4 nights and had a great stay. My room had two double beds, a well equipped kitchenette and a seating area. I also had a balcony that overlooked sherbrooke.
The hotel is within walking distance of all major sites amd attractions...More
My wife and I booked this hotel as part of a Travelocity package from LA. We chose the hotel based on the reviews and location and were not disappointed
We were given a 1 bedroom suite that had a separate bedroom, bathroom, living room, dining...More
The hotel has quite good sized rooms with 2 doubles, a small kitchenette and (in our case) a balcony. The free WiFi worked just fine and the free breakfast was good (toast, juice, fruit, cereal, rolls, coffee).
We used the pool each day and we...More
I have stayed at this hotel many times and I I always feel at home. If you want to have a complete apartment, studio, one bedroom, two bedroom, this is the place. The rooms are not brand new but I have always found it very...More
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