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For a small fee ($8-10) this economical choice can include a pass to the LaCité Health Club on the roof with pool, fitness equipment, and a tennis court. This hotel is also attached to underground shopping and cinemas.
This is a good location for the Montreal Grand Prix; close to restaurants and subway.
This is an older building that may need some touch ups but worth the money.
Really good breakfast in the hotel basement
Convenient location in an interesting neighborhood. Clean, spacious rooms, comfy beds.
Staff was excellent. The only reason I didn't give it five stars is because the parking is not convenient.
Other than that it was excellent!!
The McGill new Rez has maintained most of what it was, from the time it was Hotel Renaissance. Well located, 10 minutes walk to the heart of downtown Montreal. Easy access to public transportation - metro and bus - mini mall with restaurants, dental clinic,...More
Positives: Good price (100 CAD), comfy beds, large rooms, good location
Negatives: In need of renovation, rude reception staff (apparently not understanding the concept keeping the client happy), average (at best) breakfast.
We stayed there for a conference (in the same building), so very convenient...More
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