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Never expected to have additives in neighborhood.
elevator was sucks!
Not sufficient air conditioner were exist!
Fridge was out of work.
Window was locked. not as clean as you are expecting as an even 1 star hotel, that must be called a hostel.
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1. looked so different in person than in real life that I had to double check we were in the right place
2. Had such unfriendly front desk staff that they couldn't be bothered to hear major complaints
3. The room I was given on...More
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The bar-none entertainment district for music and arts, Quartier des Spectacles is an interactive playground that delights the senses. It totals over 30 performance halls, with the vibrant Place des Festivals at its heart. The outdoor event space features glowing towers, glass edifices, and granite-lined bike paths, and hosts annual festivals, concerts, and comedy nights. The cinema, theatres, and
exhibition centres are entwined with external art projects, exemplified at Montreal's Contemporary Art Museum and appearing along every walkway of the Promenade des Artistes in the form of sculpture and public works, from digitally-enhanced swingsets to glowing fountains. Design, performance, and alternative music come together here, a stone's throw from the lively Latin Quarter along Rue Saint-Denis, the quintessential after-party spot for dinner and a drink following a day of jazz, poetry and play.