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Rue Sherbrooke

Rue Sherbrooke, Montreal, Quebec H2X 0A5, Canada
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Excellent location to stay

We stayed at the Sofitel on this street. Excellent location for your hotel. Walking distance to... read more

Reviewed July 26, 2016
Saint John, Canada
via mobile
MMFA, Concordia, churches

Good street for architecture and art fans. You'll find Concordia University, nice views of the... read more

Reviewed July 19, 2016
Utica, New York
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This famous street includes the city's most upscale shopping thoroughfare and a historic atmosphere.
  • Excellent23%
  • Very good50%
  • Average21%
  • Poor6%
  • Terrible0%
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Rue Sherbrooke, Montreal, Quebec H2X 0A5, Canada
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Reviewed July 26, 2016 via mobile

We stayed at the Sofitel on this street. Excellent location for your hotel. Walking distance to everything. Several metro stations nearby. Tons of restaurants and shopping. Only 2 blocks to St. Catherine's street. Highly recommend for your home base.

1  Thank Canadian_Hoser
Reviewed July 19, 2016

Good street for architecture and art fans. You'll find Concordia University, nice views of the Mont, Museum of Fine Arts, churches. Near the MMFA area, lots of restaurants around the corner. Good place to explore Montreal Underground if it rains!

Thank RonL40
Reviewed April 20, 2016

Sherbrooke is a long road that starts in the Montreal West (train station), then straddles Concordia University (Loyola) , a lovely Campus, then heads to Decarie where Chalet BBq is great if you like chicken, then heads into Lower Westmount straddling the stately Campus of...More

3  Thank Andre E
Reviewed March 23, 2016

If you drive, you start east with the Stadium, Botanical Garden, Biodome, Espace pour la vie then little Italy then St-Denis street and then west Island, Museum of Beaux Arts sherbrooke west. You can go south on Ste-Catherine street for serious shoppers...)

1  Thank Marcomé M
Reviewed September 9, 2015 via mobile

This is a large street with a lot of hotels, commerces and a museum. The street is huge, but you can walk along of the entire street.

1  Thank Levy S
Reviewed August 17, 2015 via mobile

Most of this rue is under construction or badly needing repaving. There are many row houses from different periods, many well kept, many not at all. Lots of parks along the way. If the drivers of Montreal were like Americans then it would be a...More

1  Thank BobxxxxCindy
Reviewed July 25, 2015

Aside from this being one of (if not THE ) the longest street in the city, if you like antiques and second-hand stores, there are a few in the area where you can not only find great items, but have a great time.

1  Thank andAwayIGo
Reviewed July 8, 2015

Stick to St. Catherine. Only thing worthwhile is the Musee, a pretty good museum. No real restaurants, go on the side streets for those.

1  Thank BDR0se
Reviewed June 30, 2015

Very very long street, but with a lot of challenges all over. The museums, the cozy small coffee shops, the statues where you are not even expecting and not last the well maintained townhouses.

1  Thank UveO
Reviewed March 7, 2015 via mobile

We've stayed here for 3 days and I am sure it was a good choice,'cause it's close to the Olympic stadium (by walk) 1km and other attractions.

Thank Clarissa M
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