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Booked a room there for a weekend trip to Montreal. Got a very tiny room, could barely walk around because the bed was taking up a lot of space. The room reeked of cigarette smoke. I definitely wouldn't book this place if you are staying...More
After getting back from work, and on entering the hotel. My colleagues and I were treated with conceit by manager Denis La Rocque. Avoid him if possible. The hotel has a strict policy of checking and rechecking IDs that was unfamiliar to us all and...More
Located on the downhill one way street St Dominique, this old hotel has been painted, re named and updated to be a reasonably priced downtown Montreal boutique hotel with elevator. The multilingual front office staff try to accommodate the multinational guests spread over four floors...More
Great location, friendly staff, accommodating. Love this city. I recommend checking out the bar Bootleggers up the street for some live jazz and great whiskey. Will be staying at Hotel Des Arts again in the future! We had a Jacuzzi in our bedroom!
This hotel is a hundred times better that the one we stayed in the same city last month and cheaper. For $100can within walking distance of Central Station you get a huge room with a giant bed, bath and shower, lift, left baggage service, breakfast...More
Thank stephen s
Response from Ling Y, Manager at Hotel des ArtsResponded 17 October 2017
Thanks for your comments and we are looking forward to service you again!
The bar-none entertainment district for music and arts, Quartier des Spectacles is an interactive playground that delights the senses. It totals over 30 performance halls, with the vibrant Place des Festivals at its heart. The outdoor event space features glowing towers, glass edifices, and granite-lined bike paths, and hosts annual festivals, concerts, and comedy nights. The cinema, theatres, and
exhibition centres are entwined with external art projects, exemplified at Montreal's Contemporary Art Museum and appearing along every walkway of the Promenade des Artistes in the form of sculpture and public works, from digitally-enhanced swingsets to glowing fountains. Design, performance, and alternative music come together here, a stone's throw from the lively Latin Quarter along Rue Saint-Denis, the quintessential after-party spot for dinner and a drink following a day of jazz, poetry and play.