This cute little hotel sits on the oldest street in Montreal. It is very quaint and yet elegant. The hotel staff was extremely friendly and were always happy to help and answer any of our questions about Montreal. The room was gorgeous and quite spacious. I loved everything about it. They served complementary breakfast every morning, as well as fresh coffee and watermelon or cucumber infused water throughout the entire day. Sitting and relaxing with a glass of cold water was the perfect way to return from a long day of sightseeing. The breakfast itself was beyond excellent. They had fresh fruit salad, different yogurt options, several kinds of delicious pastries and breads (croissants, pain au chocolat, muffins, scones, raisin bread, etc.), cereals, and muesli as well. They had honey and wonderful jam for the bread, which you could toast in the toaster. The raisin bread was the best bread I've ever had, as well as the jam that I had along with it. The pain au chocolat was also impossible to resist. The location of the hotel could not have been better, as there was much to do that was within walking distance. Everything about my stay at this hotel was perfect and well worth the cost.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hip chic boutique hotel with 28 rooms and a reception area that doubles as a lobby-cafe. Housed in two 19th-century buildings, Le Petit Hotel is a jewel of contemporary design appealing to the curious, modern traveler who seeks to embrace in local culture. ... more less
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