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If you think you're getting a deal because of the price and location, think again. This property is dirty, old, and frankly not worth your hard earned money. The lobby is tiny and hosts six or seven very large fish in an incredibly small pond...More
Looks doable for the price but honestly not worth my safety. The fire escape is bent out of shape and ancient, the elevator is like a death trap because it stopped halfway from the opening, and the halls/stairs are way too narrow. Paper thin walls...More
This older hotel could be so much more! Situated very close to many things Montreal has to offer. Sadly this hotel needs serious management shakeup, when it comes to cleanliness and basics such as towels (old & worn). Also there's little or no parking for...More
Location and the staff are the only good thing about this place. It is 3 minutes away from the Metro Station. We stayed in Room 36 - and it was the ugliest & shabbiest room we have ever seen. The bed-linen was old-fashioned, miss-matched, ugly...More
Don't expect much, this hotel is just a place to sleep.
You get a room with an old noisy AC unit, a big old TV with cable and that's about it, a bed and a toilet in which you barely fit in... don't even dream...More
Go native in Plateau Mont-Royal, where bespoke shopping, hip eateries, and wacky paint jobs attract locals and transplants alike, making it one of the city's most diverse and distinctly authentic experiences. A creative hub, Montreal's artistic elite pack the cafes along Rue Saint-Denis, where young painters and fashion designers draw inspiration from the playful murals and stately Victorian homes that
dot the Plateau's side streets. Not a major sightseeing destination, a visit to Plateau Mont-Royal allows you to enjoy a local perspective, soaking in indie films, latte art, contemporary galleries, and the city's best bagels. A center of polyglot culture, Québécois accents mingle with shades of Portuguese, Greek, and Hebrew in the area's iconic Mile End district, where restaurants straddle chic designer boutiques, serving up chorizo and caldo verde. Friendliest to those on foot, it's a jungle of colourful awnings and sidewalk umbrellas, pedestrian walks and luxury shopping.