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This is without a doubt the most horrendously vile hotel I have ever laid my eyes on. We are travellers, so have stayed in our fair share of cheep hostels and therefore were optimistic about the reviews to this place. Terrible mistake.
For one the...More
My girlfriend and I needed a place to stay downtown for a short visit she was making to Montreal. I really wanted to show her the best the city had to offer and chose the Hotel Arena Palace for its great location, value, and privacy....More
The worst experience I ever had.
The hotel is over a pub, so people hanging out late by night
Everything vas disgusting and quite strange. The first contact while entering the hotel was a young lady offering ''company services''
They did´t clean the room in...More
1.Horrible staff. Impolite manager. Another member of the staff was just walking bare foot in the hotel and he smelled a mix of beer and sweat. He told us to leave the hotel if we were not happy.
They tried to charge us twice for...More
I convinced my better-half to spend a night here as we arrived a night earlier than our planned check-in at our planned hotel. We came from Toronto for Raggaefest. It was POISON.
The place smells like an over-flooded toilet. We had to pay extra...More
USD 40 - USD 120 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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