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We stayed at this hotel on our stopover from New Brunswick to Toronto, we got there very late but it was not an issue at check in except for Montreal traffic which was mayhem even though it was 10 pm because they were doing a...More
Stayed in the above pictured room. Ideal for 4 adults with one shower with toilet and one separate bathroom. Had own fridge. About 6 steps to get up on arrival but not too bad. My disabled husband managed them. Room came with continental breakfast brought...More
The Hôtel St André has the perfect location within Gay Village. It has the feel of a Parisian budget hotel, it provides the basics, and is comfortable, and, for the most part, clean and quiet.
Curiously, only some of the rooms have been stripped of...More
My husband and I booked this hotel last minute. With limited options we decided to stay here. We knew it would be a basic hotel going in. Upon arrival we were checked in early to a room that was not cleaned from the people before....More
Very simple hotel; TV did not work; no restaurant; croissant, piece of bread, peanut butter and jam and coffee served at room as breakfast;separate bathroom; very noisy, when other guests shower; extremely noisy when at 07:30 construction work with heavy equipment 3 feet from the...More
The rainbow pillars of Beaudry Métro Station shepherd the way into to The Village, one of the largest hubs for gay and lesbian culture in North America. With an open layout and a congenial aura, the refurbished buildings along Rue Sainte-Catherine pay a special homage to menswear and to caffeine, with showrooms and cafes. By morning, the antiquing gems along Amherst Street are packed with collectors. An incredible party
spot, The Village comes alive at night, when clubs, bars, and dance halls open their doors and the revelry is high, epitomised by the fanciful trimmings of the apropos Oscar Wilde building. From May to September, the area closes to automotive traffic, allowing restaurant terraces to pour onto the streets, creating a dynamic sense of community. Les Boules Roses, thousands of pink baubles, are hung to welcome in the festivals and celebrations, including Montréal en Arts, Divers-Cité, and the Pride Parade.