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This is one of those tricky reviews. This is not a five star accommodation (a Grand Hotel)..or a 4 star (a Westin)...or really a 3 star (a Holiday Inn) -it is more like a European hotel - a converted walk-up with small rooms and very...More
The people are so fabulous - I left a pair of earrings there months ago. Today when I was leaving, the woman at the desk told me she had something of mine...she had found them after my last visit, had called my office but no...More
It's true, you'll need to climb a steep set of stairs to reach the hotel in this traditional Montreal walk-up, but once you drag your luggage up, you'll be greeted by a friendly host or hostess. There was always someone on duty every time we...More
Do not stay here if you don't enjoy climbing steep stairs or you have more than light luggage. This hotel pretends to be a boutique hotel, but is a modest, adequate two star with a Murphy bed with a thin foam mattress, and tattered shower...More
I stayed in that hotel 4 nights in last September.
Tne first 2 nights were in a room on the first floor, on the street side. very small, and very noisy.
The next 2 nights were in a room on the same floor, but on...More
US$77 - US$146 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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