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There is a leak in the kitchen, their stair railings feel like they are about to fall off, but the staff are very helpful and friendly and the breakfast was everything I needed. The place is clean and in comparison to other hostels I have...More
Response from Paul852, Manager at Auberge L'AperoResponded 2 weeks ago
We're very pleased to see you enjoyed our hostel during your time in beautiful Montreal.
The recent leak in the Kitchen roof is an issue we will be rectifying as soon as possible.
As for the hand-rails - they are constantly being used...More
Great place and great service. Free breakfast in the mornings is a added advantage. Well maintained in terms of Cleanliness. The kitchen and the toilets are cleaned regularly. Great place to meet nice people.
Response from Paul852, Manager at Auberge L'AperoResponded April 18, 2017
Thanks for choosing to make Auberge L'Apero your temporary home!
We're very pleased to see you enjoyed your time in beautiful Montreal. Your review is very much appreciated.
Wishing you safe travels and fun for your future.
great for taking on the heart of montreal on foot—not stuck somewhere too bougie, so The Price Is Right, but also close enough to everything we wanted. Great as a sort fo base of operations for a few nights, obviously a hostel so not all...More
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Response from Paul852, Manager at Auberge L'AperoResponded April 17, 2017
Thanks for choosing to stay with Auberge L'Apero!
We're happy to see you enjoyed your time with us. Hopefully we will see you again in the future.
Until then, we wish you happy and safe travels.
From all the reviews of this place, I'd expected something a bit above par. Instead beginning to end was somewhat disappointing.
When we first got there, we inquired about parking (knowing they had limited and that most likely we'd have to park elsewhere) but the...More
Response from Paul852, Manager at Auberge L'AperoResponded March 31, 2017
We're sorry to hear that your stay was less than satisfactory.
It is unusual that you did not receive a key for each guest in your party. Ordinarily every guest gets a key. I think the receptionist on duty must have made a mistake...More
Nice, clean and worth for what you are paying.
Very well maintained.
Quick response for any queries.
Kitchen, Toilets are regularly cleaned.
The Hostel floor is regularly mopped.
Big fridge to store our food.
The management team is very flexible in handling ad-hock requests.
Thank Kris C
Response from Paul852, Manager at Auberge L'AperoResponded March 8, 2017
Thanks for choosing to stay wit Auberge L'Apero. We're very happy to see you enjoyed your stay and our building/staff. Your review is very much appreciated.
All the best and safe travels for the future!
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