We stayed in this hostel for 5 nights in total (two nights in between we went to Québec). A very important remark to make and something that everyone should be aware of before booking is that the 'auberge' rooms are hostel quality and have nothing to do with the three star hotel with which it is associated on booking.com.
We stayed in three different rooms. The first room was rather clean and comfortable. The bathroom in the hallway was not and lacked amenities. One day we came back and they had turned the heating up to 90 degrees so our room had turned into a sauna. When we went to complain about this the receptionist told us, well some like it hot and some don't. They did show us how to change the temperature though.
Our second stay of two nights was a worse experience. Our room was full of ants and when we went to complain about this the woman at the front desk didn't apologize and was very difficult about changing rooms. We changed to another room that was really dirty (full of hair and dust). The room was much smaller and when we asked to refund us the difference in price between these two rooms the woman said the difference was only four dollars... Again no apology or understanding for the situation.
The prices are low so if you're really on a tight budget and don't expect too much comfort maybe this might be okay for you, but I can't imagine going there in winter (cold) or summer (heat) and feel comfortable.
The breakfast is okay, but there's no fruit or yoghurt. Just croissants, toast and cereals.
- Also Known As:
- Espace Confort Hotel Montreal
- Espace Confort Montreal
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in the heart of the Montreal's Quartier Latin, surrounded by the UQAM and lower Saint-Denis Street, the area is known for its theatres, artistic atmosphere, cafés, multicultural bars and boutiques. It owes its name as reference to the Quartier Latin in Paris. The National Film Board of Canada's CinéRobotheque facility is based 2 streets away, next to the Cinémathèque québécoise. The Grande Bibliothèque du Québec joined these institutions in 2005. This area falls within the boundaries of the new Quartier des Spectacles entertainment district, now being developed. The revitalization of the Rue Ontario between Rue Saint-Denis and Boulevard Saint-Laurent has been boasted by Montréalers as the New Montréal (Nouveau Montréal). This area, surrounded by the Gay Village, the Plateau, and Quartier des Spectacles, has been a focal point for attracting young professionals, artists and emerging musicians.Auberge - Hotel Montreal Espace Confort provides guests with excellent customer service. Our friendly informality and flexibility, invites families, couples or singles feel equally at home. We meet everyone's needs from cozy bed and breakfasts to those located in the heart of the city life. Our simple but modern style and design, our quiet environment which can reach all of your needs, our convenient location for business travel and the proximity to downtown Montreal, will allow you to easily reach your destination for business, shopping and other pleasures. ... more less
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