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This was my 3rd stay at Hotel Viger - the last time being 2 years ago. The hotel is still a great deal in terms of what is provided for the cost, and for the location. They've made some changes to the breakfast that is...More
Tiny rooms, WIFI is really working not well. Breakfast is cheap. However around 50 $, perfect for small budgets.
Location is good near the center (old Montreal), Gay village, rue Ste Catherine, lot of restaurants around
I stayed here with family for one night.
5-7 minute walk to Place Jacques Cartier, old town and restaurants
Parking is nearby
Good overall location
Dated/older - not a big con
Not many options for breakfast - croissant, juice...More
The only good things about Hotel Viger during our one night stay was the great location , very reasonable price & being allowed to check in early . Everything else was just awful, the room was dilapidated, dark & depressing to be in, definitely not...More
The room was in poor shape other than the bed which was clean and comfortable.
Night table drawer broken and hanging at an odd angle.
Big iron shaped burn on the carpet in the entrance to the room.
Washroom had mold on the ceiling +...More
US$59 - US$105 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
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Olympic Park & Hochelaga-Maisonneuve (HoMa) / Ville-Marie
Named for the Olympic Stadium complexes built for the 1976 games, the Olympic Park and the surrounding neighbourhood of Hochelaga-Maisonneuve (HoMa) make up an invigorated area dedicated to "Space for Life." Around the Olympic Village's arenas and stadiums, Rue Sherbrooke welcomes exploration of its sculpture gardens decorated in the works of Jean-Paul Riopelle and its museum culture headed by the historical
Château Dufresne. Maisonneuve Park offers interactive experiences at its bio-dome, insectarium, planetarium, and botanical gardens. For a change of scene, the gentrified space along Rue Ontario Est is packed with the city's newest, edgiest cafes, where an imaginative, youthful crowd sips foamy cappuccinos. A visit here is incomplete without stepping into the vast halls of the Maisonneuve Market, with flower stalls, wine depots, and local produce.