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Horrible experience . Not recommending to any body. 0 stars. That hotel should be closed . Breakfast is a joke. Closets and other furniture broken and very dirty. Cigarets buts every where in the room. Holes in the walls and flooring are disgusting to. Hotel...More
Boyfriend and I checked in over a long weekend and checked right back out. They offered rooms by the hour. That was a dead giveaway what this place really is. It seriously makes me question the integrity of the partnerships and ethics large travel companies,...More
Me and my girlfriend arrived here to some very confused hosts who were not great at english never mind french and smoking inside(which is illegal). The place was ok, not great ok. You could pay by the hour, obviously some hooker hole! To be fair...More
We don't recommend staying here. Rooms are available by the hour, which we didn't know when we booked. It would be wise to read all of the recent reviews before staying anywhere in Montreal, and also to have a Plan B.
The only good thing is location. The reception people cannot speak English. Someone tried to enter my room at 2:00 am in the night. No breakfast, shabby wifi. Rooms were HORRIBLE 1950's type. Other occupants were loud noisy
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