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Very good location...just park the car and walk. Around the corner to Plains of Abraham park, restaurants , Old Quebec city and everything you would want to see.Service was great,room was clean and fairly quiet. Our room was on street side near lights so there...More
We arrived five hours before our check in time to see if we could park our vehicle and go exploring until check in time. The owner (I assume)had the housekeeper finish up quickly and let us in our room. $119 per night plus $13.50 to...More
Great place to stay, excellent location, very nice and friendly staff (hey Mathieu!), good breakfast, clean, quiet and comfortable rooms, free internet, available parking.
In few minutes walk you can get to the Old City, shopping area, restaurants and supermarket.
Just at the hotel's porch...More
The hotel was ok at best. The king bed was comfy and the guy at reception nice. We were at a basement room and could hear water going down the pipes all night and people walking at the above level quite loud -this would have...More
Overall, our stay at this hotel was perfect for visiting the Winter Carnival and visiting Old Montreal. Parking can be limited but we do not have any problems in the winter time. The staff were friendly and helpful. And our room was clean and functional....More
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The small parking area is adjacent to the hotel -- off of the side street, not the main street. It is barely wide enough for three cars and they pack the cars in 2-3 rows. So, upon arrival -- for us, mid-afternoon -- there... More
The small parking area is adjacent to the hotel -- off of the side street, not the main street. It is barely wide enough for three cars and they pack the cars in 2-3 rows. So, upon arrival -- for us, mid-afternoon -- there is ample space to park and unload. By the next morning, the area looked like a small parking lot. We had to leave the car keys with the front desk so they could move the car as needed. We did not use the car while we were in town so there was no issue here; and the car was easily accessible on the day of our departure. But, what a pain for management!
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"Away from the street as street noise can be annoying."