The location within Montreal is great. Close to the CBD, the Museum of Fine Art, food, bars and cafes. It was also a nice walk to old Montreal, although this could be more challenging for older peoples or peoples with mobility issues.
This upmarket hostel was quirky and unique. …
The hotel definitely does not feel as pictured. I booked a "1st-floor room", which is the basement and after reading the reviews I called to see if I could upgrade to something else. I was told I was upgraded (for free) but when I arrived we were in the basement. The attendant pu…
My girlfriend and I spent one night in Chateau Saint-Marc expecting to relax and treat ourselves in a nice and cosy ambiance as shown on the pictures. As soon as we arrived, we were shocked. The actual place is a spooky version of what you see on the pictures (thank you photoshop…
Stayed in 2 bedroom suite with another couple recently . Romy met us at door and checked us in quickly although we arrived early , kept our bags there and went out for lunch. On return, our rooms were ready . The 2 bedroom did not have a common living room and we had to walk thru…
We stayed as a family- my husband and baby, and Romy was so sweet, accommodating and helpful during our stay.
The beds were comfortable.
The service and location wonderful!
The hotel rooms are oddly decorated but unique.
"Upstairs can be tricky for older people or anyone with mobility issues."
"Avoid the 1st-floor (aka basement)"
"in my opinion all rooms are good"
"Try to avoid basement rooms at all cost"
"Deluxe Rooms have larger beds, larger square footage and are on floors above the Economy Rooms in the basement level with double beds."