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The decoration of the hotel is unique. It was converted from a private house within a block from the central tourist St. Caterine street and the underground city. It is an ideal place for travelers who want to escape from a busy environment of a...More
It was cold we wanted to go downtown shopping and dining so we rented a room at Chateau St.Marc - we really relaxed the room was gorgeous big and clean. Its close to everything even BAR B BARN. Its at a great price super location...More
This place exceeded our expectations. Beautiful room clean and had everything we needed. Staff was helpful and excellent. Close to restaurants and stores. Lots of places nearby to see. Beds were comfortable. Breakfast was wonderful
This hotel is more like a B&B which we like better then a hotel. It was clean quite and close to everything. The bed was comfortable, the room was large, and the care taker was very helpful.
You can pay to park underground in a...More
My agent booked this hotel for me because it was advertised as a "luxury hotel"- but in fact it is very far from it. It is a run-down B&B. Although I changed rooms three times, I felt very uncomfortable staying there
Montreal's towering skyline is concentrated in the Downtown area, its nexus of commerce and commercialism. A suffusion of luxury hotels, flagship stores, high-end restaurants, and corporate headquarters characterize the neighborhood, which by nightfall transforms from a business district into a youth-culture hotspot, with hip bars, clubs, and restaurants heavily peopled by students and young
professionals. The once-seat of millionaire's 'Golden Square Mile', an incongruity of stately mansions and dapper brownstones sit between glass skyscrapers, creating a visually lush urban landscape. Beneath the sidewalks lay the Underground City, the world's largest below-ground mall, a labyrinth of over 1,500 shops and eateries that echo the profusion of cafes, gallerias, cinemas, and fashion outlets above. From the scholarly array at McGill University to the carousing crowds of Rue Crescent, visit Downtown to shop by day for what you'll wear there by night.
Sorry I just saw this now. I would say it isn't as close to the main attractions as other hotels further east. It is close to a main road with lots of Asian-style restaurants, and further east a wider variety.