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Very thin walls, you can hear everything. The lobby has a weird smell. It was cleanish but needs a good scrub. Some staff is nice, others not so much. Hood location though close to the subway and a good walk to the old city.
The room was dirty. Cheap perfume on top of stale, rancid air. Long hairs, pubic hairs everywhere. I accidentally dropped one of the pillows on the floor in the middle of the night, picked it up and it was filthy. The bathtub plug was a...More
We booked this hotel on hotwire for $57 per night. We stayed for Comiccon, and it was very close to our destination.
Basically, we booked this as a place to sleep, not a place to hang out and it was fine for that. It's clean,...More
I was given room 208 which was excellent in cleanness, size and supplies. The hotel has a huge elevator which is convenient for groups or disabled people. I enjoyed my stay here and would recommend this hotel. Price is excellent.
Just That. They are classified as to stars but they should be 3. I hosted at the third floor but finally i discovered that the wifi worked with the one of the second floor. I suggest you should have at least one computer for guests....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.