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Worst experience ever run run run over price owner horrible bed bugs just don't stay there ok you can find better for the price over 100 per night please run run phone don't work washroom has cigarette burns on sit and tube breakfast stale croissant...More
the hotel is located very conveniently, just a few minutes walk from the Central Station (berri uquam). The hotel is managed by a Asian family and they are very kind and hospitable. Sleep quality is not very good as many one-night and short term guest...More
GET OFF THIS PLACE.
I don't know where to begin. The worst place that Ive been to.
REALLY dirty, the sheets sheets were with blood brands and the blanket was covered with cigarrete's burns. When I asked my money back, they said that this is...More
I have stayed here 3 times. The first time was during Jazz fest and it was my first time to Montreal. As a group none of us knew that they hike the hotel rates for Jazz fest (July 2010) We ended up at hotel de...More
I don't even know where to start...
We arrived at the "hotel" and it was in a dingy, out-of-the-way location. When we went to enter the lobby, the front door was locked even though it was 2 in the afternoon. After some knocking, a man...More
The rainbow pillars of Beaudry Métro Station shepherd the way into to The Village, one of the largest hubs for gay and lesbian culture in North America. With an open layout and a congenial aura, the refurbished buildings along Rue Sainte-Catherine pay a special homage to menswear and to caffeine, with showrooms and cafes. By morning, the antiquing gems along Amherst Street are packed with collectors. An incredible party
spot, The Village comes alive at night, when clubs, bars, and dance halls open their doors and the revelry is high, epitomised by the fanciful trimmings of the apropos Oscar Wilde building. From May to September, the area closes to automotive traffic, allowing restaurant terraces to pour onto the streets, creating a dynamic sense of community. Les Boules Roses, thousands of pink baubles, are hung to welcome in the festivals and celebrations, including Montréal en Arts, Divers-Cité, and the Pride Parade.