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Giving this place one star is being optimistic. From the moment I entered the hotel room, I knew my stay was not going to be easy. Upon first inspection, I noticed that the carpet was not vacuumed and the futon was covered in crumbs. Further...More
3 Thank cupoficedchai
Response from Voist44, Owner at Hotel Park AvenueResponded 12 July 2008
Good day to all travellers!
We bought this hotel June 2008.
Our goal is to offer the best quality possible while keeping the most economical rates in Montréal.
Since ou arrival, we have renovated almost half the rooms, installing new flooring, new paint, redoing all...More
This "Hotel" is probably the most atrocious place I have ever had the misfourtune of visiting, upon arrival there was an employee surfing Porn in plain open view of the public, then we were told we had reserved an "Ecomony Room" in the basement which...More
We had initially booked a room at the Hotel Park Avenue for a few nights, through the hotel Website. We had selected the place due to its location - walking distance to our hospital. This was actually an expensive place to stay if you factor...More
I have never in my life felt so uneasy as I entered a hotel in my life!!! Booking from Hotels.com has usally been easy, the hotels are genrally decent and you get what you pay for...not here!!!
From the minute we pulled up in front...More
My boyfriend and I made the mistake of staying here. The one star rating is rather hopeful; two-thirds of a star would be more like it.
Apart from the fact that the front door's keycode never worked all weekend, the chair stuck "Artfully" in the...More
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