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Parking Near Marriott Chateau Champlain

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Parking Near Marriott Chateau Champlain

I will be driving up to Montreal in a few weeks and am wondering about parking near the Marriott Chateau Champlain. I heard it's awfully expensive to park at the hotel. Any recommendations? Once we park, I don't think we'll be driving much.

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1. Re: Parking Near Marriott Chateau Champlain

I think the closest public parking is probably at the Viarail train station about a block away, but most will recommend parking at the hotel for the added security, not that the train lot is known for thefts. I'm also not sure if the train station parking is that much cheaper.


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2. Re: Parking Near Marriott Chateau Champlain

The Marriott I belive charges 25$ a day if I'm not mistaken. Via Rail is a good option. I like to park in the Square Dorchester lot wich is in front of the Marriott across two parks. The parking is very safe and under the Square Dorchester. The entrance is on Peel street and if I'm not mistaken the rate is 14$ daily. Not 100% on that rate but it wouldn't be much more or less if I'm wrong.

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