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I first read about Petite Auberge Les Bons Matins B&B from tripadvisor’s Montreal travel forum back in April 2013 while doing preliminary research for a summer trip to Montreal. After visiting Bons Matins’ website, reading other travellers' reviews and checking out its location using google...More
Weve stayed here twice..I love everything about our experience. From the friendly staff while booking over the phone, to the check in, Loved our rooms both times, and the breakfast service second to none!!! We will definitely stay again. We especially loved our waitress each...More
What a wonderful stay we had! The location is awesome - not too far from the train station, right beside a subway station, close to Crescent street restaurants and bars, as well as all the shopping on Rue St. Catherine. Old Quebec is about a...More
The good: This is a nice, cute cozy little B & B. It's away from the touristy areas, but still close enough to walk to Saint Catherine Street and next to the Metro to get to Old Montreal area and other touristy places. Staff are...More
I booked this hotel through the internet and wasn't sure what it would be like....... well let me tell you it was perfect! First the owner spoke English which was a big help as we knew very little French, we actually learned some new words...More
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US$105 - US$209 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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