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This place feels more like a hostel than a real hotel. It's an old building with no elevator. That place is charming and they made a good attempt to make it look good but it looks cheap and unfinished. Location is good and the people...More
Very good location, near St Denis and St Laurent streets. 10 mins from Plateau and other 10 mins from Downtown montreal.
Stuff is friendly and nice.
Rooms are ok, modest furniture, clean. More places for clothes would be good improvement. Also blackouts would give more...More
The room we stayed in (301) was great. Clean bedsheets and washroom. Shower was nice and hot. Staff was very accommodating and helpful. What's great about this place ia that it's very close to old port montreal and all the main attractions. The price was...More
Not expensive. Good for short stay if you want to be near the heart of Montreal, close to administrative centers and court and old port and old Montreal, I find the geographical location number one advantage of this hotel.
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Location is superb. Price is even better. The room was comfortable. Will come back again. Very unique looking room. Ours had the private bathroom and the shower was great with plenty of hot water. The only problem is the noise coming out of the reception...More
Bakeries, markets, restaurants, and buffets crowd the brightly graffitied streets of Chinatown, the city's aromatic destination for pan-Asian cuisine. Distinguished at its entry points by towering vermillion paifang gates, the compact neighbourhood acts as a focal point for the Chinese community, hectic with educational facilities, cultural centres, acupuncturists, and foreign-language newspapers.
Especially vibrant in the warmer months, when the sweet smell of dragon beard candy along the pedestrian walks of Rue de la Gauchetière signal the beginning of the outdoor street fair season, Chinatown is a treasure hunter's dream, with enough knickknack and curiosity shops to tempt even the pickiest shoppers. The convivial vibe picks up after dark, when the area's active nightlife offers evening crowds their choice of drink, dance, and midnight snacks of pho or oysters. Chinatown's mix of new and old, with herbal remedies being sold alongside pop-culture DVDs, gives the area its own animated brand of moxie.