My father and I, on a spur of the moment decision, decided to go to Quebec Montreal. When we first arrived to hotel Auberge Bonsecours, it was as if we stepped back in time as it were. We came in what could probably be considered the "off" season for Montreal (During the Winter Months). The guest services here have been extremely friendly and helpful, they are happy to speak either French or English to you. If you are English, work on your French, but as soon as they hear how horrible your French is, they might just start speaking English to you... The food every morning was really nice, fresh, and always on time. The rooms were also always clean when we came back after our daily travels. We were also the only ones in the Hotel at the time of our vacation, which was nice.
The guest services will be extremely happy to help you in finding anything to do around town. Whether it be museums, cathedrals, or the happening place to eat for the night. The location ended up being perfect for us, Old Port is just right out the front door, with many things to do and see. Ocean Cruise, Science Center, Little Boutique Shops, Catholic Basilica etc...
If you are wanting to head downtown, it doesn't take much to buy a week long public transport pass, and the subways are actually really super clean. I can honestly say that I didn't see one single Rat the entire time my father and I were traveling using the subway stations. The city was really clean, not much trash on the ground, my father says that the Quebecois really pride themselves on the beauty of there city, and don't like seeing trash and stuff all over the place. My father and I also did our share of picking up trash and such while we were here in the city. Which isn't to hard considering there are recycling bins on pretty much every street corner.
Overall the people have been great, the rooms were really cozy, the food has been superb.
- Also Known As:
- Auberge Bonsecours Hotel Montreal
- Auberge Bonsecours Hotel
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Right across the street from the famed Bonsecours Market, Auberge Bonsecours is the perfect base from which to set out on your exploration of the city and environs. Housed in a formerly abandoned horse stable which has been completely renovated, and featuring a charming courtyard garden bursting with flowers, this inn offers plenty of charm and comfort. There are seven rooms, each with its own distinct décor. The rooms on the topmost floor, under the roof, are particularly striking with their angled ceilings. The old stone and woodwork blend in perfectly with a vividly coloured Provence-inspired décor scheme. ... more less
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