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We stayed for just one night on a quick weekend visit from Boston and loved this little hotel! The front desk staff are very friendly and helpful. We loved our room and the overall look and feel of of this Victorian-style hotel. The beds are...More
An early 20th century war widow converted this beautiful old terraced (row) house into an Inn that hosted students and visitors to the area. The location is within easy walking distance to McGill University, the museum and many restaurants and attractions. It is in the...More
We stayed in this B&B while attending a McGill reunion event and wondered why we had not found it before. It occupies several old mansions (now connected) on Stanley Street just uphill from Sherbrooke. large very high-ceilinged rooms with many original features.
Good light breakfast,...More
I used an app and booked the wrong date. They honored the rate and got me in. There are 4 spaces for parking -$17CAD. Breakfast is ok. The room and bed were very nice. The only odd thing was the bathroom sink tap water came...More
This is a basic hotel. Old home converted to a hotel so rooms vary and and all are unique. Basic breakfast. Great location for downtown. Has great prices at times. Parking is limited, and 1st come, first serve. Good inexpensive place to stay with not...More
Montreal's towering skyline is concentrated in the Downtown area, its nexus of commerce and commercialism. A suffusion of luxury hotels, flagship stores, high-end restaurants, and corporate headquarters characterize the neighborhood, which by nightfall transforms from a business district into a youth-culture hotspot, with hip bars, clubs, and restaurants heavily peopled by students and young
professionals. The once-seat of millionaire's 'Golden Square Mile', an incongruity of stately mansions and dapper brownstones sit between glass skyscrapers, creating a visually lush urban landscape. Beneath the sidewalks lay the Underground City, the world's largest below-ground mall, a labyrinth of over 1,500 shops and eateries that echo the profusion of cafes, gallerias, cinemas, and fashion outlets above. From the scholarly array at McGill University to the carousing crowds of Rue Crescent, visit Downtown to shop by day for what you'll wear there by night.