I spent a couple of days in Montreal this June and after spending them at La Loggia, I deeply regretted not having more time. Rob and Joel were the best hosts imaginable. They helped me get around the city, and made me feel incredibly at home in their beautiful small hotel/art gallery. Beauty is the key word, the rooms themselves are beautiful, and I gotta say the beds in each room were beyond inviting---they were small works of art in themselves.
The small private deck where guests were invited to eat breakfast if they chose, was a nice surprise, a small green haven nestled in the heart of an urban landscape, surrounded by interesting shops and restaurants as well as many examples ofJoel's gorgeous work.
I was really impressed with the location of La Loggia, being new to the city it was great to be within walking distance of old Montreal, a beautiful park, the Metro, and countless other destinations of interest. Everytime I asked Rob or Joel where something was the reply was invariably''Fifteen minutes that way."
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We have transformed the magnificent art studio of modernist painter Marcel Barbeau into a charming guest room. This magic space has skylights,11 foot ceilings and is located at the back of the house under the backyard patio.Decorated with a combination of modern and antique furnishings and gallery artwork, it is has a TV, a stereo system, an exercise area with free weights and mirrors and a ceiling fan for your comfort. The private bathroom is equipped with a shower. This very large space also has a sofa bed so it can easily accommodate up to 4 guests. ... more less
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