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Having stayed at some very nice backpackers' hostels in South America, where I had just arrived from, I was expecting more of North American hostels. La Maison du Patriote was a huge, huge, huge let-down.
Although its location is incomparable (located right on one of...More
We stayed 2 nights and met some interesting people, the hostel is friendly and has good cooking facilities. Situated in a great spot in the old quarter we were able to walk and travel on the underground all around the island
Wifi good we got...More
This place is awesome ! So many other fellow travellers and a great dorm style room up top. It says 22 bed dorm but it has like all the beds with curtains and they made it into little rooms itself. Very cozy and helpful with...More
We spent a week in La Maison du Patriote during FINA world masters swimming championships and Heavy Montreal. Hostel is clean, safe and comfortable. There is a lounge and a well-equipped kitchen. Wi-fi worked perfect. I would definetly go again. Highly recommended.
We stayed here for a week in August. We came to Montreal for the FINA World Masters Championships so we needed to stay longer and booked a private room. I really liked that the hostel is like a home! It's a small hostel and reception...More
The historic centre of Montreal, Vieux-Port is home to some of the city's most antiquated buildings and picturesque streets. Along the waters of the St. Lawrence River, the bank of Old Port features museums, festivals, food stalls, and outdoor athletics, a celebrated part of the city that explodes into fireworks displays on warm summer nights. At its centre, street performers and artists compete with
sprawling restaurant terraces for space along Jacques-Cartier Square, while the cobbled streets of Rue St. Paul and Rue Notre-Dame offer a reprieve of quiet galleries and atmospheric wine bars. Horse-drawn carriages are not an uncommon part of traffic, and the narrows they traverse are lined with boutiques, crêperies, and poutine shops enshrined in buildings of stone and wooden lattices. Here you can evoke Montreal's past with a traditional cooking lesson or historical tour, then enjoy its artistic present with live music and theatre.