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This hotel in Old Montreal is in the perfect location. Close to the busy area, but far enough away to be quiet at night. A 5 minute walk to Metro made it easy to get to all areas of this great city.
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Wow! This hotel was one of the best hotels that we have ever stayed at. The rooms were very clean and the hotel overall was very quiet. The location of the hotel was also perfect for walking around and being a tourist in Old Montreal....More
This is a very difficult review to write. We really enjoyed LPH. The staff was amazing and the rooms were lovely. The location was supreme. There was so much to love. Our issue was not with the hotel but a neighboring bar which played music...More
Amazing room with stone and brick walls. Super clean and comfortable bed and pillows. Nice bathroom and fancy shower with nice water pressure. The front desk was super helpful. Gave us a map and recommended places for dinner. Breakfast was croissants..muffins..cereal..yogurt amd fruit. Also..coffee and...More
This gorgeous little gem of a hotel is hidden away in the old city. Easy access from the Metro-just walk past Cathedral Basilica decNitre Dame and turn right at Rue de St. Paul. The rooms are fantastic! At night you can watch the ghost slide...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.
I am not familiar with Le Germain, but the location for Le Petite was wonderful. My friend and I never rented a car, and we did all our sightseeing on foot or via the metro. Le Petite was in a perfect location.