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In short, yes the hotel is in need of a lick of paint in some areas, and breakfast wasn't of a huge variety. However:
1) room was massive, plenty of sockets, bed comfy and ensuite a good size
2) wifi was strong even on the...More
2 Thank Tom L
Response from Ti-Anna W, Manager at Hotel AmbroseResponded 27 August 2015
Thank you for writing such a helpful review. We’re so glad you appreciate our hotel and our staff, and we hope you to see you again soon.
I stayed 3 nights with my daughter during March break. We had a room with a queen bed and a pullout couch. The bed was very comfortable. The room was quaint with plenty of room. The shower was good. The breakfast included was good with...More
We stayed here because we were catching a Montreal Canadiens game; the Bell Center is only 1km away, so we could walk to it. The price for our room was only 69.00/night and the hotel offers a reasonable continental breakfast at no charge. The beds...More
I stayed at this hotel several times and found it left a lot to be desired. It is ok if you are on a tight budget but othewise better to look for a place elsewhere. Their housekeeper is a very uptight rude character and kept...More
We really enjoyed our 3 night stay at Hotel Ambrose. It was in a great location, close walk to everything. It is an older building and has a lot of character. The room was furnished nicely and bed was really comfy. A basic breakfast was...More
US$107 - US$209 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#54 Business Hotel in Montreal
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