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This is more of a hostel than a hotel. I've stayed in much nicer places in othe cities for the same price.
First, this hotel is not in the nicest part of town. For those of you who don't know Montreal, google the area first....More
We made our reservation online 2 months ahead. When we got our flight- it turned out we would be arriving late (after 9pm), so I called the hotel few days before our arrival to confirm our reservation (no problem) and to inform that we would...More
Ok, I saw this hotel online and it looked rather nice and cool. We booked a large room with a king bed and supposedly private restroom for which we paid around $250 for 2 nights.
The room was the weirdest ever, it was one long...More
I stayed at this motel last weekend. The toilet wouldn't flush. I went to the front desk and they handed me a plunger.
The sheets and comforter were littered with bed bugs. I immediately reported it to the front desk and they became defensive. I...More
Bakeries, markets, restaurants, and buffets crowd the brightly graffitied streets of Chinatown, the city's aromatic destination for pan-Asian cuisine. Distinguished at its entry points by towering vermillion paifang gates, the compact neighbourhood acts as a focal point for the Chinese community, hectic with educational facilities, cultural centres, acupuncturists, and foreign-language newspapers.
Especially vibrant in the warmer months, when the sweet smell of dragon beard candy along the pedestrian walks of Rue de la Gauchetière signal the beginning of the outdoor street fair season, Chinatown is a treasure hunter's dream, with enough knickknack and curiosity shops to tempt even the pickiest shoppers. The convivial vibe picks up after dark, when the area's active nightlife offers evening crowds their choice of drink, dance, and midnight snacks of pho or oysters. Chinatown's mix of new and old, with herbal remedies being sold alongside pop-culture DVDs, gives the area its own animated brand of moxie.