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We stayed on the lower level , windows didn't have any screen to open. Old building, carpeted hallways, beds weren't comfortable either. Internet was very poor in our room and only street parking . Small bathroom , very basic.
When we arrived, we got a room in the lower floor, the cellar, if you like.
The room was nothing fancy, it was very basic, to say the least! No window, no airco, no nothing. Not the best place to stay.
Nice staff and had a great sleep. There was very conveniently a microwave, fridge and mini "kitchenette" area in the room - it was great as I stayed there 1 week and could not be bothered to go outside every day for meals. One hiccup...More
Clean room, quiet stay. Staff is helpful. Bathroom is tiny.
Good place to crash if you're visiting because it's close to a lot of attractions. Mont Royal is walking distance - lots of cool shops/bars around also, the hipster kind.
The place was a dump. At 100$ a night, it was terrible. There was a cigarette burn in the sheets.
I don't even know if it's a licensed business. I will Never come back. Just don't. Don't come. 100$ a night for a dump.
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