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I booked the family suite which was very reasonable, #801. There are two beds and plenty of room for multiple guests. There is a rather steep staircase to get up to the suite. Restaurants close by as well as a metro stop. They provide a...More
I really enjoyed my one night stay here. I was in town for a concert at the Bell Centre (a 4min walk). The rooms are in a couple of the classic historic Montreal type home with a flight of stairs leading into the building. The...More
We decided that this auberge is our home away from home Of course, when we aren't using it, you are welcome to stay there. Completely charming! Only downside was noise from the neighbours in the adjoining bathroom at 6 am (the auberge needs quiet hours),...More
Centrally located near the subway, main highways and the train station, the old brownstone B&B sits on a quiet one-way street near the center of Montreal. Charming would be the adjective that first comes to mind. Breakfast was served in a small dining area that...More
We had originally booked this hotel for the summer of 2015, but due to a flood at the hotel, they had to cancel the reservation. As compensation, we received a voucher for a deluxe room for our next time in town. We decided to use...More
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US$118 - US$232 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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