Location to Bell Centre was great. I only stayed for one night, so not really able to comment on the amenities, or customer service, other than check in, and check out experiences with staff were very pleasant. Parking would be my only complaint, as we had to pay $40 for our pickup truck, which was ...
Staff were very pleasant and helpful. A very relaxing experience to stay here and I’d fully recommend.
Great location right by a 747 stop and close to Old town and China Town. Rooms are pretty tiny but have all you need. I woukdnt stay for more than a couple of nights though as it would be claustrophobic. Free breakfast was fine.
I have lived here before and loved it. It is very close to major attractions and St. Rue Catherines which has a bunch of restaurants and pubs. Hotel rooms are spacious and clean. This is my go to hotel for Montreal
staff was great, room was great, area was great, overall it was a great stay, thank you
Rooftop pool is really nice. Great gardens. Large rooms.
My room kind of smelled like feet. Otherwise great
Great location for walking around. Very clean. Great coffee machine for included morning breakfast. Great front desk staff.
Excellent location in old Montreal. Steps from the Palais the Congress and China town. Close to shopping.Rooms may be on the small size for families. Well laid out rooms, however nodrawers in the room. ? Scandinavian design. Cleanliness would have been excellent except that in moving the sliding ...
Montreal is an important city in Canada. It has a nice range of different communities and neighborhoods, including Downtown Montreal, which is about 0.4 miles to the west of central Montreal.
Notre Dame Basilica and Saint Joseph's Oratory are two of Montreal's most popular places to visit.
A number of Montreal's premier attractions are near Downtown Montreal. These include the Bonsecours Market and the University of Quebec-Montreal.
There's a range of places to stay if you want to book a bed within walking distance of Notre Dame Basilica. Your choices include the Auberge de La Fontaine, Ritz-Carlton, Montréal, Hotel Le St-James Montréal, W Montreal and Hotel Nelligan.
There are a lot of Downtown Montreal places to stay close to Bonsecours Market. Check out the Hotel Le Germain Montreal, Hotel Le Crystal Montreal, Le Place d'Armes Hotel & Suites, Le Saint Sulpice and Auberge du Vieux-Port.
Not only an iconic local hotel, Habitat 67 is an impressive tourist attraction in its own right. If you're searching for some nearby hotels, the Lofts du Vieux-Port and Hyatt Regency Montreal are two great choices. Visit Montreal Clock Tower, a renowned clock tower that serves as the central point of this area. Accommodation options to check out close to here are the Le Centre Sheraton Montreal Hotel and Hilton Garden Inn Montréal Centre-ville.
There are a broad range of hotel options on offer in Downtown Montreal, giving travelers the opportunity to compare prices and facilities. It's recommended to take some time to check out the amenities and services at the Hotel Travelodge Montreal Centre and Hotel Quartier des Spectacles if you want to make reservations for one of Downtown Montreal's less pricy rooms.
For upmarket hotel options in Downtown Montreal, check out the rates and amenities at the Hotel Omni Mont-Royal and Hotel 10.
Relax with your coffee and observe the neighborhood go about it's business from Tim Hortons. Need a glass of wine? Join the friendly locals for a bit of socializing at Dahlia Bar Santé.
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