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Being a student residence during school periods and a hotel during the summer, the residence was the ideal place to organise an international conference. The location is fairly good, within 20-30 minutes of walking distance to the historic city centre. The staff has been extremely...More
This place is a residence during the school year and a hotel during the summer. The main reason I stayed here is it's a fairly good deal considering the price and location. It's walking distance to a lot of the places I wanted to go...More
Worst travel experience with my family in Montreal. When we checked in the hotel around 4:30 the afternoon, we noticed the bathroom light had trouble working, so we requested someone to fix it. Then, we left for dinner, as we returning around 11 we were...More
The hotel is located only a few minutes walk away from the Metro station "Place des arts" in a skyscraper with 16 floors. The rooms are very spacious and provided two double beds. Even though the hotel is located next to a main street we...More
I had the worst experience ever living in McGill University New Residence Hall. Today when I went back to the hotel at 11:10 pm, I was told that the power went off in the whole downtown area and the elevator could not be used. I...More
US$100 - US$556 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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