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Hotel has a good location in Montreal, between Catherine Street and the Village. Just minutes from the underground station. Hotel advertises with oarking garage, but upon our arrival it was full. Receptiin clerk gave us two alternatives, but also both full. She gets mad when...More
Location is excellent. No issues with staff. (Found them nice since I don't speak french)
Hotel parking is really cramped. A challenge to park underground (extremely tight) Although they have a city parking space next to hotel.
Only the reception area is updated, rest of...More
Our stay was very nice. The room looked tired. The manager said this hotel was going to be rebranded as a Marriott later this year. The restaurant was in the process of being expanded to handle more patrons. It was a good deal for breakfast....More
The hotel has seen its better days but the location is perfect! It is only a block from a metro station and located within walking distance to the river and most old Montreal locations. The front desk person was great to check us in. They...More
It was interesting staying in the Lord Berri neighborhood, close to the University of Quebec at Montreal, St. Catherine's St., and only a 12 minute walk to Old Montreal. Another plus to the location is that the hotel is half a block from a major...More
USD 105 - USD 359 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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