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My sister and I stayed here for two nights. The room was clean and air conditioned. We didn't have any noise concerns or safety concerns. The location looks as though it is under construction to date, but it is non-interferring with parking or sleep.
This place should be ashamed of itself calling itself a hotel. I was almost asking them if they rented rooms by the hour. There's signs in the lobby saying no marijuana smoking on the premises, porn on the TV in the rooms not blocked, glad...More
Traveled to Montreal from the USA in order to board cruise ship next day. The rooms are ok and was clean from what I could tell. The outside and hallways was not so nice and left me concerned that my travel bags in van would...More
When we got to the hotel there was a guest arguing with the reception staff. Next, we got keys for a room someone was already occupying and had to go back and get keys for the right room. The next day, we our keys stopped...More
Worst customers service. Garbage overflowing with alcohol bottles and other "stuff". It looks like a portion of the building is used for low income housing, with sheets on the windows. Ask about baggage storage in (French and English) and was told we can leave it...More
Another focal point of Montreal's Italian community, Saint-Léonard appeals to families and the young at heart, with caverns to explore, museums to take in, and games to play. This is typified by the borough's Leonardo Da Vinci Centre, where visitors are just as likely to view an opera in its plush auditorium as they are to jump onto the lawn for a round of bocce ball. Burn off pasta calories with a stroll through
Galerie Port-Maurice, a swim in the massive indoor pool of Complexe Aquatique, or on the steep ramps at Giuseppe-Garibalidi skate park. Perhaps the most curious and magical feature of the district can be viewed by boat on the waters of the underground lake in Saint-Leonard Cavern. A dazzling natural wonder, the sun dapples through the subterranean setting, lighting the bulbous formations of stalagmites and stalactites, and setting the water ablaze with color. Truly a place for an out-of-the-ordinary adventure.