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If you're looking for the standard hotel experience, you're barking up the wrong tree. It's funky. Our room was small but eclectic. There was no iron or ironing board. The toilet was behind a curtain and the shower is a stall in the corner of...More
We stayed here for a couple of days (Room 305) and we loved it! Yes it is old (because it's an very old building) And there is no parking (as you can read everywhere) And it is very affordable (Because no multi national is running...More
Overall it was a very bad experience.
I never had an experience like this before. The place was horrible. When I booked the hotel I was assuming the pictures of the rooms were similar. I was shocked when I arrived at the hotel and I...More
Not sure why everyone is hating on this hotel.. yes it is small and yes it is very quirky... but if that's what you are after then perfect! Each room appeared to have a theme - ours was Africa. We had a lovely big bed,...More
I was put off at first after reading the other reviews, but I didn't have to worry at all. Perfect location for seeing everything old Montreal and the rest of the city have to offer. Cosy reception, and was even greeted by someone offering to...More
US$ 51 - US$ 219 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Bakeries, markets, restaurants, and buffets crowd the brightly graffitied streets of Chinatown, the city's aromatic destination for pan-Asian cuisine. Distinguished at its entry points by towering vermillion paifang gates, the compact neighbourhood acts as a focal point for the Chinese community, hectic with educational facilities, cultural centres, acupuncturists, and foreign-language newspapers.
Especially vibrant in the warmer months, when the sweet smell of dragon beard candy along the pedestrian walks of Rue de la Gauchetière signal the beginning of the outdoor street fair season, Chinatown is a treasure hunter's dream, with enough knickknack and curiosity shops to tempt even the pickiest shoppers. The convivial vibe picks up after dark, when the area's active nightlife offers evening crowds their choice of drink, dance, and midnight snacks of pho or oysters. Chinatown's mix of new and old, with herbal remedies being sold alongside pop-culture DVDs, gives the area its own animated brand of moxie.