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One block away from Old Montreal and a few blocks walk to the shopping on Rue St Catherine we found the Intercontinental a good base for exploring the city.
Easy to find the hotel on Rue St Antoine with a friendly and helpful concierge and...More
The hotel is located in close proximity to the Old Montreal. You may just walk and you will be there in less than 10 minutes. The location of the hotel I would say the best and provides you access to almost every where as well...More
Thank MAZIN D
Response from BernardChenevert, Directeur général at InterContinental MontrealResponded 3 weeks ago
Dear Mazin D.
Thank you for giving a feedback about your stay. We appreciate you taking the time to share your experience and we are thrilled you enjoyed our location and the service received.
This Intercontinental has made me think twice about staying in another. First impression - i did not like the area. Yes, it's quite close to the old city, but as close as that is, all other areas were a hike. I would have preferred to...More
What started as a great expectation did not turn out that way right away. The rooms are supposed to be smoke free, the first room they gave us reeked of smoke, the second room they gave us better, but still had a smell. That was...More
Intercontinental Hotel is a very great place to stay in Montreal. They have a lot of nice people and great food. The lobby bar has some great food you must try. The Quebec cheese platter is one of the best meals to try. Sylvie and...More
Designed to connect and beautify unused space, today the Quartier International is like a transversal piece of modern art. The distinctive design flair is most apparent at its focal point, the Palais des Congres, a convention centre and retail space with a multi-coloured glass exterior and an equally bold interior motif. Outdoors too, the Quartier is friendly towards public art exhibits along its stylish, plotted
city squares, with extra-wide sidewalks meant to encourage long strolls and shaded benches available for absorbing the atmosphere. Fresh air and promenades characterise the area, from the foliage of Victoria Square to the fountain of Place Jean-Paul Riopelle, while the restaurants along Rue Saint-Antonie Ouest and Metro stops modeled in the Parisian style give off European glamour.
The concierge booked us a tour with a private guide. Although not a native Canadian the guide had lived in the city for many years and had good knowledge. He had a large comfortable Suburban type vehicle. Although it wasn't... More
The concierge booked us a tour with a private guide. Although not a native Canadian the guide had lived in the city for many years and had good knowledge. He had a large comfortable Suburban type vehicle. Although it wasn't cheap we got good value for our money and saw more than we would have on a group tour.