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a 3 story walk up with clean rooms A/C, not fancy but cheap at $75.00 per night. 3rd floor suggested , over a club with music, which you might hear on 2nd floor. across from Papineau Metro station and close to gay village on St...More
My partner and I stayed here during Pride Montreal. It was less than two blocks from the Village. The staff was very cordial. The rooms were clean. Also it was less than a block from a grocery store. The only con I can think of...More
My co-worker and I stayed at Hotel Dorion a couple weekends ago. They stole my passport and one of their staff was caught at the border with it. I am well traveled and always keep me passport in the same place. They deliberately went into...More
Its a gay dirty place, prostitutes running around, the place smells very bad, its a disgrace, there is no sign of a jacuzzi or a whirlpool.... Very disappointed, such a bad experience in Montreal, thank god we had friends here where we could stay.... I...More
The Hotel Dorion was like home away from home
It was my first time in Montreal, and based upon a friend’s recommendation, I recently stayed at the Hotel Dorion in the Gay Village and absolutely loved it! It is in a great location near...More
Named for the Olympic Stadium complexes built for the 1976 games, the Olympic Park and the surrounding neighbourhood of Hochelaga-Maisonneuve (HoMa) make up an invigorated area dedicated to "Space for Life." Around the Olympic Village's arenas and stadiums, Rue Sherbrooke welcomes exploration of its sculpture gardens decorated in the works of Jean-Paul Riopelle and its museum culture headed by the historical
Château Dufresne. Maisonneuve Park offers interactive experiences at its bio-dome, insectarium, planetarium, and botanical gardens. For a change of scene, the gentrified space along Rue Ontario Est is packed with the city's newest, edgiest cafes, where an imaginative, youthful crowd sips foamy cappuccinos. A visit here is incomplete without stepping into the vast halls of the Maisonneuve Market, with flower stalls, wine depots, and local produce.