This hotel is ideally located minutes away from Montreal Trudeau Airport. It is a very clean and modern hotel. The rooms are really nice, spacious, and modern. The washroom is clean and comes with very nice shampoo, conditioner, and body lotion. Unfortunately when we went, they were out of the world famous Doubletree cookies. But I'll be sure to stay here again in the future. We left our car in their secure parking lot, that is only accessible via room key, while we travelled. They had a shuttle that dropped us at the airport and picked us up when we returned. It was ideal for an early morning departure flight to stay there the night before and park and fly from there.
Booked here for the mandated 3 night quarantine stay. The staff is incredibly friendly, polite and professional. The hotel is very nice. The rooms are nice and clean. The bed is amazing! Very happy I chose to stay here. Highly highly recommend.
Very nice hotel and staff, very clean and comfortable. Food was too processed and the portions were not enough. Snacks needed between meals. The bed was amazing. I also loved the scent of the mini shampoo and soaps.
Near Montreal Airport I usually stay at Sheraton because of their convenient shuttle bus, frequent suite upgrades as Marriott Ambassador Elite guest, and access to the executive lounge which most other hotels in the area do not have. Since DoubleTree built a new hotel right in front of Fairfield Inn, I intended to try it and finally got around to it this month. I guess it’s nice to have a Hilton-family hotel closer to the airport than Embassy Suites or Hilton Garden Inn, and I also like newer properties but considering the price I think Sheraton remains my preferred choice. The location of DT is good but perhaps a notch below Sheraton because the shuttle bus is every 30 minutes unlike Sheraton which is every 15 minutes. Self-parking is available at DT for $20 per day which is on the high side compared to $15 at Sheraton and even free at Crowne Plaza. I booked the entry level room at DT and was upgraded as Hilton Diamond guest to the king with sofa sleeper room type which is listed as 308-365 sq feet and therefore larger than the entry level room which is only 189-269 sq feet. According to the floor plan our room was one of the larger ones, and in fact upon entering it was clear the room was quite spacious. The hotel is less than two years old and the hardware was nice and fresh particularly the bathroom which was was functional and the stand-alone shower was nice. The bed was quite comfortable and I liked the one-step split level in the room with the living room being a few inches above the bedroom. The main weakness was that the room was long and narrow and therefore not much window frontage, and it was further compounded by the fact that lighting in the room was poor. There were lamps by each side of the bed, one floor lamp in the far end corner of the room, and another lamp on the working desk. However there were no ceiling lights other than those near the entrance. While I appreciated the room upgrade, I would note that studio suites were available for sale at time of check-in so if they do not upgrade a Diamond guest in times of low occupancy during covid for a quick one-night stay, it’s safe to say that suite upgrades should probably not be expected at this property. This is in contrast with Sheraton nearby where I receive a suite upgrade success about 50% of the time. Breakfast was available in a take-away bag and we could also grab coffee from the large self-serve cappuccino machine near reception. Obviously I prefer an a la carte menu for breakfast but considering this is a DT not a Conrad, I found that the content was on par with other breakfast bags we had in Canada recently. Overall I found DT to be fine and probably the best Hilton hotel near the airport. However for people who do not limit themselves to the Hilton chain, I think Sheraton remains hard to beat and is in a similar price range as DT.…
Room and hotel are all new and in tiptop condition. Room is not overtly large but bed is super comfy. Fridge in room. Despite location near airport, railway and highway construction, room was absolutely quiet. Negatives were no bar or restaurant on weekend so that food options were frozen microwave dinners in shop or takeout. Airport shuttle had limited hours. The hotel gave notice of a two hour power blackout BUT it only ended up being 5 minutes. And this was the first Doubletree that I stayed at that didn’t provide a cookie.