Great location. Nicely appointed room quiet and comfortable.
Spacious apartment with a comfortable living space.
We loved the location, the comfort of the beds, the Staff!
Comfortable bed and a friendly desk manager but too many downsides. The bathroom light didn't work and they couldn't fix it after we told them twice or give us a new room so showering in the dark became a skill I never thought I needed, also the toilet didn't properly flush. The walls are paper thin ...
This property is very unique and is within a 20 minute walking distance of the Old City; metro stations are a block away. There are many excellent restaurants close to the hotel. The service is exceptional; staff is friendly and bilingual. The breakfast options would give most people a good start ...
Great location, fantastic room, great staff. WiFi terrible in room. Room faced rear of hotel, very noisy clubs and neighbors on alley outside our window.
room clean highend hotel price is ok and restaurant food is good
The area was great! Lots of restaurants and bars. Hotel was quiet at night. Good hotel for the price.
Booked a room overnight. The place was quaint. Not too crazy about the shared bathroom, but for the price I paid, it seemed fair. Only complaint I have is that there was no light bulb on the bedside lamp. By the time we realized it, the reception was closed already (a minute earlier than I thought). ...
Latin Quarter is about 0.9 miles from the bright lights and downtown action of Montreal, Canada.
When visiting Montreal, be sure to set aside enough time to visit Notre Dame Basilica and Saint Joseph's Oratory.
Premier Montreal traveler attractions include the Biosphere and La Ronde Six Flags.
Make sure you go and roam around Parc Jean-Drapeau, a tourist haven. At the end of a big day, you won't have to commute far to find a hotel. The SpringHill Suites by Marriott Old Montreal and Auberge de la Place Royale are two great options to choose from nearby. History enthusiasts should visit Stewart Museum at St Helen's Island, a place where history comes alive to share the tales and events of a bygone era. You'll also discover good accommodation within easy reach of this attraction, such as the Auberge Le Pomerol and Holiday Inn Montréal Centre-Ville Downtown.
Those on a tighter budget should check out the amenities and rates at the Hotel Quartier Latin Montréal and Hotel 7 Saisons.
Nothing makes your stomach grumble like a jam-packed day of exploring. Why not stop and refuel with a beverage and something sweet at the well-known Latin Quarter diner, Le Saint-Sulpice? After you've built up an appetite, Frite Alors is a terrific choice for dinner. Patrick's Pub is the perfect local hangout to enjoy a beer or wine when the sun starts to go down.
To learn more about this vacation destination, take the time to explore Expedia's up-to-date Montreal vacation travel guide. When it's time to find a place to stay, our Montreal hotels page is all you're going to need.