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The location is good in the middle of Montreal and the rooms are large.
If you get a very good price this hotel can be an option.
Otherwise you will be disappointed.
This kind of hotel style would be OK if it would be a...More
All the basic creature comforts in place + nice thick walls for quiet + great location + pleasant staff. Wonderful breakfasts available, cheerfully served. Needed an extension cord and was told one not available, but when I explained need they found one.
been to Montreal many times and to several hotels, but this one had the best placement - at walking distance to almost everything: train station, metro, malls, shops, restaurants, etc. the bus stop is just at the door of the hotel. coffee shop just across...More
The staff are really accommodating. The room, after my third try, was fine. The location is superb for getting around...
However, in this day and age, to charge for wifi is just plain usury..and check your bill- they charged me for 5 days of usage....More
My daughters and I took a road trip to Montreal. Our fist visit to Canada and it will not be our last. The Hotel was in a fantastic location, walking distance from great restaurants and shopping areas. The staff was very helpful and spoke English...More
US$153 - US$263 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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