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This hotel was fine. people are too snoody when it comes to traveling...hey your paying 80 dollars a night, you are not going to get the ritz!!! i enjoyed myself at this hotel, and it did the trick, i had a place to sleep on...More
The first night i stayed there i was in the smallest room i've ever seen, i know the place is cheap and you get what you are paying for but this was extreme, you get a room with a poor New York apartment view like...More
Sure this is not The Ritz but it's adequate enough for the $85 CAN/nite for a Thurs and Fri stay. I stayed at peek season
(3rd time) and I'd go back. I had none of the problems people had in the other reviews. No check...More
I just submitted the same review with the wrong city. This Hotel is located in Montreal, NOT Quebec city.
Upon our arrival we were told that WE had made a booking error and all they had available was this horrible little room for the same...More
From their website it looks like a decent place but when you get there you can see how they twist some of the words to make it sound better.
The free parking is on the street, this wouldn't bother me much if I wasn't driving...More
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