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I made a mistake by not thoroughly checking reviews on Hotel Stay Mont Royal. The only positive thing about this place is its location. It’s right across from the subway station and the area itself is great. Everything else is a mess.
The front desk...More
I stayed here for 5 nights in early may. I noticed bad reviews and was delighted with my time there. The hotel has its own character and is not at all corporate. There are only 11 rooms so the shared showers were always available. the...More
My Mother checked into Hotel Stay from 03-09 May 2014 expecting to have the amenities listed (flat screen tv, hair dryer, clock radio, etc), in a room that would look like the pictures posted on their site.
However, when I went to pick her up...More
We stayed in this hotel for two nights. I didn't notice while I was reading reviews that both shower and washroom were outside the rooms, that is to say shared but it didn't bother me since I've stayed in hotels in Europe with the same...More
The room for its price is not too bad. It smelled, Restroom was clean, but shower needed maintenance. Do not expect high quality, but low budget traveler would be okay with this room. (I do not recommend it if you have sensitive nose however, the...More
Go native in Plateau Mont-Royal, where bespoke shopping, hip eateries, and wacky paint jobs attract locals and transplants alike, making it one of the city's most diverse and distinctly authentic experiences. A creative hub, Montreal's artistic elite pack the cafes along Rue Saint-Denis, where young painters and fashion designers draw inspiration from the playful murals and stately Victorian homes that
dot the Plateau's side streets. Not a major sightseeing destination, a visit to Plateau Mont-Royal allows you to enjoy a local perspective, soaking in indie films, latte art, contemporary galleries, and the city's best bagels. A center of polyglot culture, Québécois accents mingle with shades of Portuguese, Greek, and Hebrew in the area's iconic Mile End district, where restaurants straddle chic designer boutiques, serving up chorizo and caldo verde. Friendliest to those on foot, it's a jungle of colourful awnings and sidewalk umbrellas, pedestrian walks and luxury shopping.