I reserved this hotel for my son, but he had issues finding Uber at the location. I called the hotel, and I was told that I could shorten the stay without additional charges. I have been battling for months since then… There were 3 additional charges to my credit card, and the merchant refuses to refund, giving absurd excuses every time. What should be a simple clarification with the hotel, turned into several calls and emails with VISA and my bank. I do not recommend this hotel!
You need a place to relax and to live in the old-time. It's here in Manoir d'Youville. The place is very quiet, clean and very relaxing. Despite there is no air conditioning the room is very well aerated. The breakfast is simple and sufficient. Really the place deserves a try.
Off the beatin track but well within Distance of Montreal and at a 1/4 the price of a room in the Big City . . . Not for your High End Travel who wants to be Pamper like a Rock Star... . but I found the Manior D ' Youville about the niceness place I have stayed in in Years. . I'm also a Guy who is building a Tiny Home.. Minamize your world Folks . Wasn't able to Connect in room to Wi-Fi but in Lobby and Public Areas no problem and if you want to go a Chapel , you can go to the 1st Floor and "Praise the Lord" if need. Thanks PS. Will be posting some pictures and Videos of my trip soon on My YouTube Channel
What a wonderful change of pace and scenery. The minute you walk into Manoir D’Youville, you're immediately transported into a different era, a time warp if you will. I guess that’s what happens when you decide to lodge at an ex-convent. As I was booking my stay, the initial plan was to find a modest priced room and being a solo traveler, a sense of safety. Turns out, not only were my needs met but so much more was offered to me. Unexpected gifts like simplicity, contemplation and quietness. As you walk down the main hallway you can learn and appreciate the history of the resort via an artistic narrative of the original founder Sainte Marguerite D’Youville and her congregation of nuns, Les Soeurs Grises. You definitely get a sense of their lives as you walk the exterior grounds. You can find an original flour mill, an orchard, a little holy cave. The Manoir is surrounded by the St-Lawrence River, trees, and plenty of Adirondack chairs to sit your butt in and appreciate the beauty of tranquillity. Customer service was excellent and you can easily tell these people take much pride in their work, something we don’t see everyday. So thanks! The complementary breakfast is simply outstanding. Hot, fresh and plenty of variety. It puts every single one of my free breakfast experiences to shame. The excellent food does a good job making you forget you don’t have a bathroom or tv in your room. A communal lavatory is a stretch for me but it was clean. I was under the impression the bathrooms would be divided by gender but they were not. No awkwardness, creepiness or long waiting times to report. Keep in mind there is no a/c in your tiny room. Along with record breaking temperatures, it was hot as heck! The ceiling fan wasn’t much help. Menopausal women beware :) I can certainly see why yoga groups, companies seeking a retreat location or anyone looking for serenity would flock to this place as the vibe is super zen - This buried treasure was certainly the highlight of my trip. P.S. Don’t forget your bathing suit, great pool! P.S.S. Added bonus; free wifi and cribbage boards -…
My visit to Manoir D'youville was a wonderful experience the staff were friendly and helpful .I would recommend this manoir to any one looking for a place to relax for the weekend or a church function of any sort , the food was delicious all I can eat without anyone stopping me or turning off lights on me giving me a hint you have to leave because I am eating too much.Manoir you deserve more than five stars and the rooms are so clean and bathrooms as well.way to go Manoir D'youville were there for The Church Mother's day family retreat which was a blessing.