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240 Rue Victoria, Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Quebec J6S 5H1 Canada
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Mahua S wrote a review Mar. 2021
London, United Kingdom7 contributions6 helpful votes
We frequent the restaurant at Flotel as we love the sitting on the open deck. This time we were there for a Friday evening meal. We had one starter and mains, which were good quality as always and the new restaurant manager greeted us warmly. But we were completely taken aback by our drinks bill. We had 4 corona 330 ml that was charged at INR 3,560!! That was more than double of our food bill. Now we know why the drinks menu was not presented to us and why the staff were keen to push the drinks. The MRP per bottle is INR 190 (printed, meaning they get it even cheaper) and we paid INR 890 each. That is over 4.5 times the MRP and INR 700 extra PER BOTTLE. This is extortion. I'd advise people visiting Flotel to be aware of that and ask for a drinks menu/check the price list before ordering.
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Date of stay: February 2021
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Gwendolynah wrote a review Sep. 2020
Montreal, Canada148 contributions25 helpful votes
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So I debated with myself for a while before giving the Flotel hotel 4 stars. Finally because a few cons were personal (big spiders on the deck) as well as because I could not give 3.5 stars rating and because customer service was very good, I decided to upgrade to a 4 star rating. There are a lot of pros but also quite a few cons for this hotel. First and foremost, it is quite a small room. Yes it is snugged but that also means there is no room to sit and eat unless you are sitting on the deck... with the crawlers. And that means that the person sleeping near the back wall of the queen bed, which is enclosed on 3 sides, has to climb over the other person to get out. The bed, and basically everything else, is made for tall people. I actually had to jump to get on the bed, the mirror in the bathroom shows only the very top of my head, and my husband, who is 6 feet tall, could barely reach the mini-fridge located in the top cabinet over the single bed. I mentioned the good customer service: they usually answer to texts quickly and they were very patient with my many questions. Also they were able to accommodate my diet requirements for the breakfast box that I ordered, which was really appreciated. The food provided would have been perfect, however the box was delivered day of arrival instead of the morning after. So the croissant and chocolatine were unfortunately a bit stale. At least everything else was absolutely delicious. I also wish there would have been napkins and paper plates included with the box. One of my favourite things was the deck. It is simply amazing to get out of the room to be on the water. And the view is beautiful! The deck is quite spacious and includes 2 “love seats” as well as a foyer with gas fueled flames. Quite romantic and it helps keep you warm on chilly nights. Ducks seem to love to visit us, probably looking for food! Just beware of the spiders and other crawlers if you are a city girl like me! Finally, three last cons: first, the highway is really close and it sounds like it’s also the main road for fire trucks and ambulances. And they have no issues about using their sirens at 5am. Trucks use that road a lot too, they were waking me up starting around 4am. The second is the bathroom: it’s so small that when you take a shower, the whole bathroom gets wet. So you have to dry it after each shower. Also, it might be there is only one tank of hot water for the 6 rooms. I took my shower around 10pm and I had barely lukewarm water. When my husband took his shower at 9:45am the morning after, there was no hot water at all. Only ice cold water. Talk about a wake up call! The third, and this one might not affect a lot of people, is that there is no space between the queen bed and the back wall as mentioned before. That means the person sleeping next to that wall has no space to “park” his/her CPAP machine. Since both my husband and I have sleep apnea, one of us had to sleep in the single bed and plug her machine all the way back to the Queen bed since there was no electrical outlet near the single bed. And let me tell you, that futon is hard for older bones! This was interesting and different. I’m glad we tried it and I’m not really sorry about the cons since we were there just one night. Not sure if I would do it again though, especially at that price: 250$ in total (on a week night), that at least included taxes, extra fee for cleaning and 38$ for the continental breakfast box for two.
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Jujuluc wrote a review Jul. 2019
Dartmouth, Canada2 contributions5 helpful votes
Bien aime sauf pour le prix avec les grosse chaleur il aurait fallu un petit air conditionner et la deuxieme journee, ont avait plus d'eau chaude. une petite separation entre les deux chambres sur le deck pour un peu de privee ca serait bien. Pour le restant c'etait agreable avec la baignade d'une eau Claire, poisson,canard . un tres beau coucher de soleil avec un jet d'eau . A cote de tout sauf le bruit du traffic est un peu derangeant.Lit tres confortable.
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Date of stay: July 2019
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kellys40648 wrote a review Jul. 2019
Ottawa, Canada7 contributions11 helpful votes
If you are looking for a hotel with top of the line amenities you might as well go on down the road. This is an experience not a hotel. The rooms are small it’s basically an old tin shipping can turned into floating rooms right on the water. Very cool!! The room has everything you’ll need. Its very clean. Lots of towels. Shower. A small fridge but that’s it. You can swim right off the deck. The water is clear and clean. I’d suggest bringing a floaty I forgot mine and regretted it. You can rent boats, kayaks, paddle boards, etc right next door. Just ask for Carl! The view is stunning! You can sit on the deck with a wine or beer watch the yachts go by and enjoy an incredible sunset. On the back of the hotel is a stretch of bars, shopping, restaurants, grocery stores and night life. It’s the best of both worlds. I’d return in a heart beat! I only gave 4 stars because I felt the flotel is missing a few basic amenities. There is no privacy and a simple screen between rooms would help that. There is no air conditioning and the ventilation is not great. A small air conditioner could solve that problem. You share the deck on the roof with your neighbour and there was only 2 chairs up there, could use a few more. It would also be nice to see a small table on the deck for food and drinks. I would still highly recommend this place. It was an unforgettable experience. Can’t wait to return!
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Date of stay: July 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Sarah wrote a review Jun. 2019
4 contributions2 helpful votes
La chambre est bien, le lit est les couvertures sont ultra confo, mais manque de prises de courant, le séchoir ne fonctionnait pas, l'eau de la douche était rarement chaude, les gens en kayak, bateau ou paddle board passent très près des chambres, donc intimité très limité. Il manque de la récupération, aucune poubelle n'est prévue à cet effet.... Il manque aussi une petite table pour déposer nos verres sur la terrasse. Belle expérience, mais trop cher pour ce que c'est Pour les cyclistes, une superbe piste cyclable est à proximité : ) Ainsi qu'une multitude de bars et de restaurants tout près.
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Date of stay: June 2019
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US$103 - US$276 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Flotel
Which popular attractions are close to Flotel?
Nearby attractions include Dooly's Valleyfield (0.2 km), Genna TRICOT (0.2 km), and Ecodive Boutique (0.3 km).
What are some restaurants close to Flotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Dez Taverne Urbaine, Restaurant Lotus, and Pub-Cafe La Maitresse.
Is Flotel located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.2 km away from the centre of Salaberry-de-Valleyfield.