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Arriving in Montreal, we met with friends who had planned on leaving after spending lunch with us. Fortunately, their plans feel through and the four of us searched for somewhere cheap to stay. We weren't too enthusiastic about this place because of all the horrible...More
Wow.. Where do I even begin? This place was the most misleading hotel I have ever seen in my life. The pictures on line looked like a red carpet palace. The pictures showed a fully furnished room with carpet, two queen sized beds with red...More
It is not good, avoid it. Take any other nice hotel. The bed is small and like a hammock - even with one person not comfortable. And we had plenty of ants on our breakfast-plate.
In particular for elderly persons it is also not to...More
This unique hotel beautifully complemented the Montreal experience; old, charming, clean, freindly, and accomadating. Not a mainstream-type place -- but go to Orlando and stay in a Holiday Hotel if that's what you want. Quite simply, I can't think of staying elsewhere in Montreal: the...More
Their website is such a lie---this place is the pits....and I've stayed in some pieces in my time! We stayed for 3 nights, and then went off to Quebec City, and came back for 1 more night. Our room the first 3 nights was just...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.