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We stayed at Le Rayon Vert for five days and loved it. The owner, Diane, is very friendly, welcoming, and helpful - really makes you feel like a guest in her home. The house is beautiful and charming, breakfast with the guests is great and...More
Even though we only had one night at La Rayon Vert, we really enjoyed our stay very much. It was our first B&B in Canada but we immediately felt like home there. For dinner we went down to the harbour side and we enjoyed our...More
We stayed at Le Rayon Vert for a long weekend in Montreal during August. With festivals all over the city and lots to do and see it was a brilliant loaction for a base and a lovley calm place to come back to rest at...More
Despite the excellent location, Le Rayon Vert leaves a lot to be desired. While the coffee is excellent, the breakfast is only fair. The beds are hard (we stayed in two different rooms) and the rooms are hot and uncomfortable. If you open the window...More
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Hi. We are coming to Montreal for an event at the Rialto Theatre. SWe are looking or a room with 2 beds for May 30 and May 31. How much would the room (including tax) cost? How much would parking cost?
Thanks in advance-your reviews are excellent!
25 May 2015|
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Response from Diane2552|
Sorry, but I dont any rooms with 2 beds. The price for one room (queen bed) it 115$/night all taxes. Parking in the street free.