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We stayed here for 3 nights while visiting Montreal. It’s within a block of the Metro station, which is nice. The lobby has been updated, but the rooms have not. That being said, the room was very clean and in good shape. We had a...More
Great stay! Front desk staff was awesome :) Room was clean and breakfast was nice and refreshing. Location is good too. Rooms were silent and with no outside noise. My overall experience was very good.
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I stayed at this apart-hotel for 10 nights in July 2018. My impression is a positive one, and I would gladly return to make it my home for a while. Here is why:
1. The apartment. We chose a 1-bedroom suite, with 2 Queen beds....More
Stayed here one night with the family. The suites always provide enough space for everyone. We also had a street facing balcony which was nice. The pool in the penthouse was great and so were the views from the balcony. The breakfast buffet was incredible....More
i have just come back from 24 nights at this hotel, my only negative i can put down is my bedroom main light switch was missing, and that's it
From the moment i arrived the front of hotel staff were very friendly, and could not...More
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